Culture Clash is the sketch comedy series from Fox TV syndication dating from 1993 - 1996 and starring the Chicano comedy troupe from San Francisco's dynamic Mission District. The show is the first nationally syndicated show focused on Mexican-American humor. Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas and Herbert Siguenza formed their comedy group, Culture Clash, in 1984. The program features their comedy routines honed from live performances in theaters, comedy clubs, and a variety of stages. Their topics range from current events, politics, the challenges of living in a multicultural world, and the Latino experience in everyday life. Segments mock Hollywood's depiction of Hispanics with a game show titled "Run for the Border" and a Latin award show that only rewards non-Hispanics. The show also includes a courtroom spoof called "White People's Court" and a Mexican version of Jeopardy. The show also includes some musical performances from Latin music legends such as Lalo Guerrero and Aztlan Underground.