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The Kids in the Hall

Season 2 Episode 4


Aired Unknown Oct 16, 1990 on 60 Frames
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Sketches: • Nutty Bunnies: Nutty bunnies frolick in a field. • Queer Nation: Buddy talks about who is gay. • Cops - Uniform: Proper Uniforms. • Excellent Dinner: Darryl on a Date. • Cops - Stanze: The proper way. • The Parrot: A man with nagging wife and parrot. • Cops - Naked: Naked through the woods. • Customer: Man who wanted his bill five minutes ago. • On The Run: The Cops chase some escaped convicts.moreless

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  • Was as good as the second episode of season 2.

    I thought that this episode was pretty good like the cops sketches, but it wasn't the best. The nutty bunnies one had me laughing out loud, but when I see it too often, it makes it seem a little ridiculous. The excellent dinner sketch was okay but it was a little annoying and the customer sketch on the other hand annoyed anyone I watched it with except me. The parrot one I'd have to say was really good since it reminded me of Monty Python a lot. The one where Buddy Cole was talking about who's gay in Hollywood was kinda funny but the last sketch was a really good way to end the episode!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • There are only 2 known rods that lead from the USA to Canada with no border partol on either side, and neither are actual roads. They're dirt. So where the hell is the road from the "On The Run" sketch supposed to be?

    • In the "Queen Nation" sketch, you can see Scott break up several times, but just play along with it.

    • In the "Queer Nation" sketch, Scott says he just quit smoking and bought his own bar. But in Episode #202, Buddy has already quit smoking and already has the bar. This skit was meant to play before "Girls Of Summer."

  • QUOTES (2)

  • NOTES (4)

    • The "Customer" sketch was filmed in pieces in front of a live audience, and was put together in front of them to show how sketches are put together for television. It was a lesson for an audience that was mostly comprised of film and theater students.

    • The "Cops" sketches were filmed over the course of two days in several areas of Canada, while waiting for the rest of the cast to show up from New York and film the "On The Run" sketch.

    • "The Parrot" sketch was a cheap slap in the face to all the old BBC and CBC comedies the group had to watch in their youth.

    • After the "Queer Nation" sketch, Scott was given hell in a New York club one night by Andrew Dice Clay for his jokes.