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Comedy Crib, IFC's hub for exclusive webseries from both established and rising comics, comes to the cable network in the form of "The Show." It allows viewers the chance to watch popular sketches and episodes from past Crib programs on-air for the first time. Each packaged half-hour episode features a variety of short-form comedy content from series such as "Funny People Reading Books," "Faeries," "The Annoyance," "Bottled," and "John and Geoff Are Married."

Latest episodes

aired 19 days ago
Sketches from "If I Was In It," "Faeries," "Bottled," "The Annoyance," "Comedy Drop," "Boxed In" and more.
aired 22 days ago
Sketches from "Boxed In," "The Fergusons," "Funny People Reading Books," "Women," "Comedy Drop" and "If I Was In It."
aired 25 days ago
Off-kilter web series are presented.
aired 27 days ago
Sketches from "Women," "Dave," "Bottled," "If I Was In It," "Laurie," "Boxed In" and more.
aired 30 days ago
Sketches from "Faeries," "The Annoyance," "Does Dave Know We're Here," "Bottled," "Modern Dating" and more.
aired 30 days ago
"Women"; "Video Frogs"; "Funny People Reading Books"; "Comedy Drop"; "Maui Animals"; "Boxed In"; "Dave"; "Faeries."
aired 31 days ago
"Funny People Reading Books"; "Modern Dating"; "Laurie"; "What's Your Emergency"; "Pantry Boy"; "Video Frogs"; "The Annoyance."
aired 36 days ago
Off-kilter web series are presented.

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