In this revealing interview, former “Weekend Update” anchor Norm Macdonald doesn’t hold back when dishing on the state of comedy today, the Leno-Fallon-Meyers late-night shuffle & his firing from “Saturday Night Live.”
Sketches include: "The Ben Show Blooper Reel," "Freak Animals," and an even more pointless Norm Macdonald appearance.
Sketches include: "Surfer Slut," "YoBitchuaries," and "The Dirty Spelling Bee". Norm Macdonald makes a guest appearance. Between sketches, Ben attempts to do the entire episode on Ambien.
Sketches include: "The Retweeter," "Obscene Spelling Bee," "YoBitchuaries," and "Barbershop Quartet," plus a return appearance by Norm Macdonald.
Sketches include: "The Racist Football Coach," "The Barfer," plus a Barbershop Quartet counts down the dirtiest videos of the week and Norm Macdonald makes a guest appearance.
Christmas doesn't seem so merry to Mike when he helps brother Rusty (recurring guest star NORM MacDONALD) move some furniture intothe Heck house garage and discovers that Rusty doesn't actually own the items. Meanwhile, Frankie hatches a plan to take a part-timeholiday job in a department store in order to get an employee discount to buy presents; Axl turns the garage with the stolenfurniture into his own bachelor pad; and Reverend TimTom (guest star PAUL HIPP) makes a bold choice by casting Brick in a holidayplay and tasks an overly zealous Sue with baking cookies for the event.
Frankie begins to think that Mike may be bored of her as their 20th Anniversary approaches. While Sue frantically tries to throw an anniversary party, Axl pushes Brick too far.