The Kids in the Hall

Season 2 Episode 10

#210

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Aired Unknown Dec 11, 1990 on 60 Frames

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  • Trivia

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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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