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  • Actors: Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, Scott Thompson
  • Directors: Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, John Blanchard, John Fortenberry, Kelly Makin
  • Writers: Brian Hartt
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: A&E Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2005
  • Run Time: 500 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AYEITU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,274 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Kids in the Hall - Complete Season 3 (1991-1992)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • New Audio Commentary by the Kids
  • Two Season 3 Best-of Compilations
  • 30 More Minutes of Never-Before-Seen-On-TV Performances from the Rivoli Theater
  • Slide Show
  • Cast Biographies

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Overwhelming audience demand brings THE KIDS IN THE HALL back on DVD with another brilliant set of sketch comedy classics! After two highly influential seasons, the comedic quintet hit their stride in THE KIDS IN THE HALL: COMPLETE SEASON THREE. Writing and performing every sketch, everyone's favorite shape-shifting Canadians offered up more uproarious, risqué, but always sweet and charming takes on life's absurdities. From familiar favorites like the Chicken Lady and Mississippi Gary to brilliant originals like "Flying Pig" and "Girl Drink Drunk," THE KIDS IN THE HALL always found their unique humor in the strangest corners. DVD Features: New Audio Commentary by the Kids; 2 Season 3 Best-of Compilations Featuring Fan-Favorite Sketches; 30 More Minutes of Never-Before-Seen-On-TV Performances from the Rivoli Theater; Slide Show; Biographies; And More…

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With greater success comes greater confidence. Fortunately, the Kids had the talent to back it up. For their third season, the Canadian quintet upped the ante with more location work (the show is less set-bound than before), more extras (especially senior citizens and canines), and more special effects (Bruce McCulloch's Flying Pig, Kevin McDonald and his twin, Scott Thompson and his robotic double). The basic format, live sketches combined with short films, remained the same. As with their second year, the Toronto troupe brought back a number of fan favorites, while introducing a bevy of new eccentrics.

Like a cartoon version of Freaks, the Chicken Lady (Mark McKinney) returns with new bosom buddy the Bearded Lady (McDonald). Better yet, she discovers scantily clad stripper Rooster Boy (Thompson). Can she handle the excitement? (Short answer: No.) Other returning characters include gabby geek Gavin (McCulloch), bitchy bar man Buddy Cole (Thompson), Jacques Tati-like Mr. Heavyfoot (Dave Foley), clueless Police Department Cops (McCulloch and McKinney), and Sir Simon Milligan (McDonald) and Satanic manservant Hecubus (Foley). Even the "It's a Fact" girl makes a reappearance, although McKinney takes her place when she demands more money ("Triple scale!").

Third year highlights include McDonald's uber-blasé Empty Promises Guy ("It slipped my mind…") and McCulloch's catchy "Terrier Song," in which he extols the virtues of the popular breed ("Give terriers a chance / Do the terrier dance"). Unlike most sketch comedies, The Kids in the Hall was never about guest stars. Nonetheless, sharp-eyed viewers are sure to recognize a pre-Party of Five Neve Campbell in "Pizzeria," in which McDonald and McKinney become gibbering idiots in her private schoolgirl presence. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

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Over all this season is by far her favorite, and we own every single one.
Anthony Riccio
And they will say "Like in that 'Kids in the hall?'" And you will just have to sit there looking stupid.
R. Page
Compression artifacts like you wouldn't believe, and not a lot in the way of bonus features.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By SandmanVI on September 15, 2005
Format: DVD
While some considered the 2nd season to be perhaps as funny but slightly less daring than the 1st, this time around everything seems to work perfectly. The concepts are as bold as ever, the insights at times are biting and cynical, the concepts are hilariously absurd yet often executed with nuance (a tough feat) and the boys just seem to have found the perfect chemistry. Their intelligent brand of oddball sketch comedy is now fully mastered coming off smoother than before while thankfully never losing the raw edge of the earlier work.

The 4-disc format of the package remains exactly the same as the first 2 seasons with the actor commentary, compilations of favorite sketches, rare never-seen performances from the Rivoli Theater and cast bios alongside all of the episodes. It's a very solid set of added material though not a total home run in terms of extras; however it's what we've come to expect for the series at this point and the consistency is fine.

Obviously this is a must for fans and I think you'll find this to be the most enjoyable of the 3 sets so far. For newcomers I think this is an easier place to dip into the weird world of KITH since the entire act is a bit more polished.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. S. Saenz on February 20, 2007
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I forgot how much good material they turned out...in particular, the 2nd season would have to rate as their best for me, so if you only buy one of their seasons, go with Season 2...By Seasons 4 & 5 they were getting more experimental and expanding the logic and length of their pieces, which is more toward's Bruce's writing (sausages, wigs, etc.)...less funny, but more cinematic in nature...Season 1 was basically sketches in front of a live studio audience, and not much planned in a television-show sort of mentality...I know these thoughts are somewhat random in order, but hey, that's how I watched the boxed set...
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Golden on February 23, 2006
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There really isn't much that needs saying. The Kids in the Hall are best ensemble comedy group to ever come out of North America. It's a real treat to see the shows as they were originally broadcast in Canada. Aside from the regular episodes there are two "best of " compilations on disk four, both with very interesting and amusing commentary from the performers. There is also footage of a live performance that pre dates their television program.

Any Kids fan will want to own this and every other Season Set.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kevin T. Hayman on November 2, 2007
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Back when I used to watch the Comedy Channel in the by-gone days of the 90's I had two favorite shows. One was MST3k. The other was The Kids in the Hall. Season three was when they really started to get it right. I've found almost all of my favorite sketches on this collection so far and I couldn't be happier about it! Highly recommended.
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After nearly a decade of watching the same overplayed, watered-down versions of the show on Comedy Central, I found myself forgetting just how funny it had actually been on HBO. Younger folks who'd never known any better would often lament that the show wasn't really all that original, and I was beginning to agree with them until the DVDs came along to fill in the gaps in my memory. I always knew Comedy Central had censored the sketches horribly, but what I did not remember was just how many of them they never showed at all. The stuff they cut out is of course the best stuff.

They really did a rush job on the DVD authoring, though. Compression artifacts like you wouldn't believe, and not a lot in the way of bonus features. Still well worth picking up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sparrow on August 14, 2007
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The Kids in the Hall are just as good as I remember!!! A must have for fans of this series!
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Having just revisited the third season of Kids In The Hall again after many years had passed, it just makes me miss these guys even more. Caught them on their most recent (and hilarious) live reunion tour as well as the previous one. Many outstanding sketches abound in this consistently funny third season and it's clear that they were at their best when they clearly pooled their resources for truly original and edgy comedy sketches that still hold up fifteen years later. Not sure we'll see the likes of them again.
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I bought this show for my moms birthday and she can't stop watching it! She watches it every day and has even met dave foley. Over all this season is by far her favorite, and we own every single one.
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