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After the remains of a female toy company executive are found shrink-wrapped with a Prince Charming doll, the company’s CEO (guest star Morgan Fairchild) gives Booth and Sweets access to the company headquarters’ highly classified prototype lab, where details of the victim’s personal life begin to emerge. Meanwhile, Sweets, with the support of his girlfriend, squint Daisy Wick (guest star Carla Gallo), prepares for his gun certification test despite Booth’s opposition to Sweets carrying a weapon. Mom-to-be Brennan, wonders whether she will be a good mother and uses the case as a way to understand the importance of toys and playing with her child.
Sheldon becomes jealous and considers taking his relationship with Amy to the next level when Stuart (guest star KEVIN SUSSMAN) from
the comic book store asks her out on a date.
The designers are matched with an E-Bay customer who have been featured on the site's E-Bay Style Stories for their unique fashion sense. Designers Kara Ross and Rebecca Minkoff serves as the guest judges.
On a faraway planet, a son asks his father about the place they call Vegas. Meanwhile, a support group helps men tyrannized by their bladders while Dave provides proof that Jesus was a bad carpenter. Sketches include: Cops: Bubble Bath, How I Sleep, Old Friends, Standing, Vegas, Carpenter, Cops: Daughter, and Encounter
In this Kids in the Hall episode you'll learn that the Queen doesn't know her ABC's anymore, red haired girls are evil, and Beethoven's Fifth Symphony was inspired by Beethoven's Fifth Orgasm, it's a fact. Sketches include: Fact #2, That's America, Prisoner's Jam, Fact #3, Cuttin' It Close 1, Secret of Broadway, Cuttin' It Close 2, Hustlers: Richard Nixon, Mispronouncer, Fact #3A, and Dead Fish.
A man is visited by door-to-door religious missionaries and a businessman is stunned to discover fellow businessmen can read his "thoughts". Meanwhile, Kevin discusses the similarities between his family and an airport movie series. Sketches include: Whores 1, Gavin, Danny Husk, Dull, Whores 2, Kevin's Family, My God They Can Read My Thoughts, and Awkward Thanksgiving
A man in a record store thinks about getting a Doors album and the secretaries are all exhausted because the office switched to decaf. Meanwhile, a man tries to be a shoe from a salesman who claims, in English, that he does not speak English. Sketches include: The Cure, Secretaries: Logey, 30 Second Stories: Tess, Directions, Excellent Guy: Big Brother, 30 Second Stories: Office Party, Taxpayer, 30 Second Stories: Fries, and Into the Doors
In this episode of Kids in the Hall, Kevin ponders whether he should use his celebrity status to his advantage, Buddy remembers a friend while at a cemetary, and the Whores talk about who they pretend to be when they're working. Sketches include: Whores 1, Darryl on a Date, Whores 2,Fireman Wannabe, Buddy, Steven the Stupid Drunk, Whores 2, and Kevin
Check out this group of hilarious sketches that include an annoying ping pong commentator as well as a commentary on dinosaurs with bad manners. Sketches include: Ping Pong, The Vacation, Ping Pong 2, Chain Gang, The Banker Doesn't Like Us, Dinosaurs, Ping Pong 3, Tony Comes to Dinner, The Banker Doesn't Like Us #2
This Best-Of compilation feautures fan-favorite characters such as the Head Crusher and Buddy. Sketches include: Death Row,The Banker Doesn't Like Us, Buddy's Better, Crushing Your Head Part 2, Citizen Kane, Car Ride, Womyn, Crushing Your Head Part 3, and The Banker Doesn't Like Us #2
The best of the best from THE KIDS IN THE HALL: COMPLETE SEASON THREE featuring a psycho cabbie's rampage and a couple more facts. Plus. Sketches include: Girls, Mr. Right, Cabbie - Bigot, Body Conscious, Fact Stone, Cabbies - Pris, Extreme, The Pen, and Fact Strike
A thirsty husband suffers the effects of his wife's salty ham and a gunfighter runs a concession stand. Meanwhile, a guy in an alley tells the story of a modern day hero. Sketches include: Gunslinger II, Gorilla, Hey Man, Citizen Kane, Contact Lenses, Hey Man #2, Salty Ham, and Hey Man #3
Ever wonder what it would be like to invite a Cyclops to a party? You'll find the answer to this and more in this episode of Kids in the Hall. Sketches include: Cyclops, The Convenience Store Worker, Hillbilly's Problem, and Fran the Italian.
Horror novelist Roger Cobb is a man on the edge, reeling from his recent divorce, haunted by the mysterious disappearance of his young son, and struggling with his new book about his traumatic experiences in Vietnam. But when he moves into the strange house left to him by his late aunt, Roger’s precarious sanity comes under siege by nightmares of his dead war buddy, visits from a nosy neighbor, and an onslaught of hideous creatures from another dimension. Horror has found a new home, and it’s fully furnished with murder, monsters and madness! William Katt (TV’s “The Greatest American Hero”), George Wendt (TV’s “Cheers”), Richard Moll (TV’s “Night Court”) and Kay Lenz (Stripped to Kill) star in this outrageously scary horror hit, produced by Sean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th) and directed by Steve Miner (Warlock, Halloween: H20).
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