Mr. Show with Bob and David

Season 1 Episode 4

Who Let You In?

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Nov 24, 1995 on HBO
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Sketches include "Popemobile Chase/News", "Nils' Guitar Shop", "Imminent Death Syndrome", "Trial of the Millennium", "Spank", "Founding Fathers", "Museum", and "Watching Murder".

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    John Ennis

    John Ennis

    Regular

    David Cross

    David Cross

    Host/Regular

    Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny

    Regular (Seasons 1-3), Featured (Season 4)

    Bob Odenkirk

    Bob Odenkirk

    Host/Regular

    Jill Talley

    Jill Talley

    Regular

    Joe Frank

    Joe Frank

    Various

    Guest Star

    Jack Logan

    Jack Logan

    Various

    Guest Star

    Jack Plotnick

    Jack Plotnick

    President

    Guest Star

    Jack Black

    Jack Black

    Expert

    Recurring Role

    Bill Odenkirk

    Bill Odenkirk

    Various

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    Brian Posehn

    Brian Posehn

    Various

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      • Brian: I...is he still alive? Yeah? You know, he's the best doctor ever, in the world.
        (camera pans to reveal he is missing a leg)
        VO: After extensive testing, Larry was diagnosed with IDS, or Imminent Death Syndrome.

      • (an OJ Simpson-like chase is shown on the screen)
        Tom: There it is, you can see it right there. That is the Popemobile, the police are in pursuit.
        Jill: Absolutely incredible.
        Tom: It is fascinating.
        Jill: We can now confirm reports that the Pope is in there.
        Tom: No word yet on where he may be headed. But, we do know that the Pope is a suspect in death...in the death of Bishop Francois Purtaupe, who was found brutally excommunicated outside his front door just two nights ago.

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