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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
I enjoyed this season as usual . The case and sketches are well done.
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I'm crushing your head!!!! So good, worth buying. Nothing but good to say. Worth checking out! No complaints.Buy it! Nothing much else to say.Published on January 19, 2013 by XbroknlegsX
Just wait, the day is coming when someone who is much smarter, richer and better looking. And they will say "Like in that 'Kids in the hall? Read morePublished on January 5, 2010 by R. Page
I am watching this as I type this right now for the second time. Being a huge fan of the comedy troupe I can't say anything bad about this dvd. Read morePublished on October 9, 2009 by Stephanie Sekunda
Defintely worth a purchase for those folks who find SNL a little on the obvious side. If your tastes are dry and extremely dark, this is the sketch comedy troupe for you! Read morePublished on June 29, 2009 by Jonathan C. Ryan