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Produced by MTV, "The State" is a sketch comedy show, a la "Saturday Night Live" with more elaborate productions. The series makes fun of anything and everything and doesn't pull any punches -- even when making fun of its own network, MTV. Notable comics featured on the show include Michael Ian Black and Thomas Lennon.

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aired 42 days ago
Sketches include "Disclaimer," "Cute," "Ride" and "Doug & Principal."
aired 42 days ago
Sketches include "Shower," "Planet Groovy," "Roughing It," "Barney McMacken," "Old Lighthouse Jeffers," "The Personal State," "Drugs," "Rug Brothers," and "Porcupine Racetrack."
aired 43 days ago
Sketches include "Not a Talk Show," "Where's the Mousey?," "Tammy Wilkins: Notebook Artist," "The Restaurant Sketch," "Deathfight 5,000," "Fan Names," "The Bearded Men of Space Station 11," "Origami," and "Louie & The Last Supper."
aired 43 days ago
Sketches include "Hostage Situation;" "The Leonard Harris Show;" "I'd Hire You;" "Freedom for Money;" "Fragments."

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