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Based on Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's popular website, this half-hour sketch comedy series provides an anything-goes forum for young actors, comics and writers to continue developing their craft, and features special guest stars in roles that aim to push the envelope.

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"'Tijuana Jackson: Life Coach"; "Death Hunt"; "Brick Novax's Diary"; "Welcome to My Study."
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Sunday morning sitcom "It's Gert"; movie of the week is "Death Hunt"; "Men of Unquiet Desperation: The Prick."
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"The Slovin & Allen Show"; "Sleeping With Celebrities"; "Designated Driver"; "Playground Politics."
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"The Carpet Brothers."
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"Designated Driver," "Father and Son."
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"Holdup," "Drunken History: Nikola Tesla," "Put That D... in My Mouth: The Jerry Cordova Story," "Drunk Driving Superhero," "Totally Crazy."
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"Drunk History: Frederick Douglass"; "Safety Saw"; "Playground Politics: Africa"; "Designated Driver"; "Save the Professor."
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"Casual Sex: A Pregnant Woman's Search for the Ultimate Threesome," "Asian Babies," "Sleeping With Celebrities," "The Amazing Adventures of David & Jennie," "Day by Day With Will and Dave," "Men of Unquiet Desperation," " Space Baby."
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"Sleeping With Celebrities"; "The Slovin & Allen Show"; "Playground Politics: North Korea."
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"United States Police Department"; "The Terrys"; "Baby Boss."
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"Brick Novax's Diary"; "Lady Refs"; "Jeff Baker: Junior College Professor"; "Crazy Town"; "Welcome to My Study."
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"Do You Want to See a Dead Body?"; "Lady Refs"; "Body Boys: Legend of the Pipers"; "Boobie."
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"Tijuana Jackson: Life Coach," Lady Refs," "Adam West Hits on You ... Hard."
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A love triangle in "Lady Refs"; three women track down a cheating husband in "The Burn Unit"; "Sticky Minds."
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"Do You Want to See a Dead Body?"; "Brick Novax's Diary"; "Adam West Hits on You ... Hard"; "John and Will's Animal Choices"; "Amazing Adventures of David & Jennie."
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"Tijuana Jackson: Life Coach"; "United States Police Department"; "Reenactments of Actual Conversations From the Ladies Rooms of Hollywood"; "Paco Dances"; "Welcome to My Study."
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"Do You Want to See a Dead Body?"; "Terrible Decisions: The Drop Off"; "Reenactments of Actual Conversations From the Ladies Rooms of Hollywood"; "United States Police Department"; "Brick Novax's Diary."
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"Holdup," "Playground Politics," "Morning Prayer With Skott & Behr."
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"The Amazing Adventures of David and Jennie," "Designated Driver," "Space Baby," "Men of Unquiet Desperation," "Day by Day."
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"Just 3 Boyz"; "Holdup"; "I've Had Some Drinks."
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"Casual Sex: A Pregnant Woman's Search for the Ultimate Threesome"; "Holdup"; "Magical Balloon."

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