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This series is composed of surreal sketch comedy pieces dealing with everything from politics and religion to popular culture. The show, starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, features a cast of comics that includes Jack Black, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Sarah Silverman.

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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross host a surreal sketch comedy series with a cast of recurring and guest comics.
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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross host a surreal sketch comedy series with a cast of recurring and guest comics.
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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross host a surreal sketch comedy series with a cast of recurring and guest comics.
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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross host a surreal sketch comedy series with a cast of recurring and guest comics.
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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross host a surreal sketch comedy series with a cast of recurring and guest comics.
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Skits include "Those Amazing Actors," "Blind Girl" and "Dalai Lama." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Clumsy Waiter" and "Everest." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Phone Sex," "Audition" and "Burgundy Loafe.".
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Skits include "Toenapper," "Wyckyd Sceptre" and "In the Year 3000." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Law School" and "Lifeboat." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "This Job Blows," "Call-In Show" and "Chip on Your Shoulder Club." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Biosphere," "Ice Cream Flavors" and "Army Scene." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Protesters," "Frankly Anne," "Jack Webber" and "Anton's Press Conference." Starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Popular understudy; separated Siamese twins; Mafia mathematics.
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Skits include "Our Secret Love," "Spunk" and "Don Pratt." Starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Landlords," "Hunger Strike" and "Evil Genius Telethon." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Companions," "Fashion Forecast" and "Indomitable Spirit." Starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Ventriloquists Talk Show," "The Hanged Man" and "Lie Detector." Starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Santa's Workshop," "Marriage Announcement" and "The Dewey Awards." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Skits include "Watch Us Have Sex," "Directions" and "Hail Satan." With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
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Handicaps; subway altercation; megaphone crooning; movie about coupons.

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