The Kids in the Hall

Season 2 Episode 10

#210

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Aired Unknown Dec 11, 1990 on 60 Frames
8.8
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Sketches: • Guess Your Weight: Guy who can guess everything but weight. • Go For Guilt: Nena's first date with a guy. • Hustlers - Math Teachers: The message to the old math teachers. • Fag Basher: Leslie saves a guy from fag bashers. • Friendly Rivals: Worker who keeps a list of his office enemies. • Show Within A Show: The Scott Thompson show by Scott Thompson. • Mr. Hugula: A man in restaurant who can't remember who he is. • Housework Hustlers: Men whoring their maid service. • Choclate: The girls have a get-together. • Eating In The Shower: Credits.moreless

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  • Kevin totally ruled in all the sketches!

    8.0
    All I have to say is my god I loved this episode! It had all

    the skits with Kevin in it that I wanted! Like the one in the beginning where Dave played a guy that asked Kevin to come up to the stage for his weight! It was definitley Kevin at his finest when he shouted "Yeah I got the bunny woo! I got the bunny woo!" You got it wrong I got the bunny woo!" But it doesn't compare to the super awesome, super amazing, incredibly sweet Kevin eating in the shower scene! That is probably the greatest ending credits in KITH history ever!moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In the "Fag Basher" sketch, we see every guy is carrying a weapon in the chase. Yet, when they hit the subway, a few have no weapons.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Paranoid Office Worker: (while keeping a list of his "enemies," he observes his pencil closely) Wait a second, I sharpened this pencil yesterday...someone is dulling my pencils!
      Receptionist: (laughs with a coworker across the room, as if on cue)
      Paranoid Office Worker: Of course it's her. She deals with pencils all day long, she would know EXACTLY what to do. She's not even looking at me...what a poker-face she has! She may be against me, but she's a very, very smooth operator and I like her for that. Yes, receptionist...you've earned my grudging respect. You are my enemy, but you fight a good fight. I look forward to meeting you on the field of battle.

    • Kevin: All right. All right. Okay. The game is up. I know what each and everyone of you is thinking and what each and everyone of you is about to do. Oh, you're good. You're all very good; I'll give you that. But you've met your match today, my friends. You're dealing with a master now.
      Mark: Sit down, you loser.
      Kevin: (Timidly) Okay.

  • NOTES (6)

    • The ending theme to this episode was recorded faster specifically for the "Eating In The Shower" sketch.

    • The "Choclate" sketch wasn't filmed in front of an audience because they needed the camera shots, but it was shown later at another event.

    • In the "Show Within A Show" sketch, Scott isn't wearing any shoes. He had no time to put them on in between sketches.

    • Look at the names on the list Kevin has in the "Friendly Rivals" sketch. They are the names of Kevin's friends.

    • The people in the "Mr. Hugula" sketch are the same from the "Hair Loss" sketch from Episode #206.

    • For some reason, a number of these sketches have never made it to syndication, as this episode was broken down into pieces. The "Fag Basher" sketch is even missing the opening chase sequence.

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