Some articles on sketches:
... The Roxbury Guys (Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan) host a collection of some of the wildest sketches featuring SNL's Bad Boys (Chris Farley, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider ... Sketches include "Total Bastard Airlines", "The Gap Girls at the Mall", "Schmitt's Gay", "Dick Clark's Receptionist", "Spade in America", and "The Dark Side with Nat X." 2 "The Best of Dana Carvey" October 10 ... Sketches include "Mac's Bar", "MSNBC White House in Crisis", "The Ladies' Man", and "E! Impeachment Coverage." 8 "The Best of Mike Myers" June 19, 1999 A compilation of some of the best sketches from ...
... The following is a list of recurring sketches from the NBC late night talk show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon ... The sketches feature host Jimmy Fallon, house band The Roots, and several of the show's writers also, some feature celebrity cameos ...
... All of Smart Arty sketches began with him painting the same picture of himself ... In Series 1, the sketches featured Smart creating large pictures out of rather unusual objects ... From Series 2 onwards, the sketches involved drawings created with a magic pen which brought his many drawings to life This was performed in the style of ...
... Each episode's long sketches are written in bold ... Cut sketches" are those sketches that were either filmed but ended up on the cutting room floor for reasons that include time constraints, or those ... These "cut sketches" have been confirmed by official web sites, media outlets and series scripts ...
... See also List of Cinco Family Products Uncle Muscle's Hour Casey Tatum and his Brother (portrayed by Heidecker and Wareheim) perform various live songs lampooning telethon musical acts ... The skit is carried over from a series of promos for Tim and Eric's previous collaborative effort Tom Goes to the Mayor ...
Famous quotes containing the word sketches:
“Turning ones novel into a movie script is rather like making a series of sketches for a painting that has long ago been finished and framed.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“Giles Lacey: I say, old boy, Im trying to find exactly what your wife does do.
Maxim de Winter: She sketches a little.
Giles Lacey: Sketches. Oh not this modern stuff, I hope. You know, portrait of a lamp shade upside down to represent a soul in torment.”
—Robert E. Sherwood (18961955)
“Mondays child is fair in face,
Tuesdays child is full of grace,
Wednesdays child is full of woe,
Thursdays child has far to go,
Fridays child is loving and giving,
Saturdays child works hard for its living;
And a child that is born on a Christmas day,
Is fair and wise, good and gay.”
—Anonymous. Quoted in Traditions, Legends, Superstitions, and Sketches of Devonshire, vol. 2, ed. Anna E.K.S. Bray (1838)