Category: Kids In The Hall
Variations On A Theme
Let’s have a look at two sketches, completely independent to one another, written an ocean apart, but which demonstrate very well how two people can arrive at almost exactly the same idea. Here’s the first, from an 1989 episode of The Kids In The Hall. And here’s the second, from A Bit Of Fry And […]
Put Frank On The Phone
At long last, Kids In The Hall is available here in the UK again, via streaming on Prime. I shall be re-watching it all again over the next few weeks.
I bet that this was just a coincidence, I really, really do.
Time was, such a stupid attitude and demeanour in courts was the subject of ridicule and comedy. And no, I have no idea why this Kids In The Hall sketch ends like this either. Ah well, it’s good up until that moment.
Writing Lessons To Be Learned From The Wrong Guy
Last night I watched the Dave Foley film The Wrong Guy, which is well worth your time. I want to talk in particular about this scene though. This made me piss giggles, and it’s a great lesson for writers, and writers of comedy. First, it’s always more interesting when minor characters provide an obstacle, and […]