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"Ghostbusters" singer Ray Parker Jr. unveils his lesser-known songs, a young man is transported to a magical land, and Jordan and Keegan reach their final destination.
The episode was rated from 122 votes.
Sketches include an alien learning about the female anatomy, the guys one-upping each other with their fresh hatz, and meeting the last two men on Earth.
The episode was rated from 171 votes.
A racially tense flash mob, a feud between co-workers that gets out of hand, a DJ having issues finding music that is "old-school" enough and one fighter goes overboard with the smack talk during a MMA promo.
The episode was rated from 280 votes.
Hingle MCCringleberry gets a flag for excessive celebration, and a geometry student steals a joke.
The episode was rated from 205 votes.
Two married men carefully speak about their wives behind their backs, Lil Wayne releases music videos from jail and President Obama hires an anger translator.
The episode was rated from 527 votes.
The survivors of an alien invasion find out whom they can trust, a family comes to terms with a relative's gay wedding, a couple of racists express some surprising views, a drill sergeant sings an unconventional marching song, and a pop sensation answers questions from her fans.
The episode was rated from 273 votes.
An insult comedian struggles to roast a deformed audience member, and two men teach a class on going down on bitches right.
The episode was rated from 222 votes.
A mobster seeking vengeance on someone who wronged him, a baseball player fighting an addiction to unwanted bodily contact, and Family Matters' Steve Urkel driving a man insane.
The episode was rated from 238 votes.
A new vampire confronts his cohorts on their fashion choices, roommates have a meeting about paranormal pranks, and a hotel guest goes apes**t over the continental breakfast.
The episode was rated from 223 votes.
Sketches include: a bachelor party that gets weird, and a black kid with a white penis.
The episode was rated from 264 votes.
Two old women battle with Satan, things go awry when a man goes mattress shopping, and dance club patrons are forced to face the truth about themselves.The episode was rated from 248 votes.
Sketches include: President Obama and his anger translator speaking to Mitt Romney; the man who had to follow Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech; the East/West College Bowl; two friends discuss their theories on what happens to their poop after they flush.The episode was rated from 273 votes.
Sketches include: a guy chasing his girlfriend to the ends of the Earth; LMFAO literally cannot stop partying.The episode was rated from 215 votes.
Jordan and Keegan celebrate Halloween by fleeing racist zombies; the stars of "Human Centipede" have a frightening reunion; a struggling public wizard school.The episode was rated from 224 votes.
Sketches include gangsters sharing a passion for the movie "Twilight"; a visit to a world where names are farts; racist superheroes.The episode was rated from 176 votes.
A parole officer uses a puppet to connect with convicts, a man in a neck brace attempts to party down, a Nazi officer tells the story of the time he saw Hitler, and Levi goes steampunk.The episode was rated from 270 votes.
Andre and Meegan have a serious talk, a rapper runs into trouble while trying to storm out of an interview, and an airline passenger adapts to life in economy plus.The episode was rated from 210 votes.
A really detailedbank robbery plan, fraternity branding gone wrong, a ridiculous neighborhood sighting news report, tabletop roleplaying gets real, and more from Obama's anger translator.The episode was rated from 286 votes.
Threats at a boxing match press conference get a little strange, and a cop can't understand why everything around him is blowing up.The episode was rated from 216 votes.
Sketches include a gangster desperately tries to prove he's crazy; terrorists meet up to plan their next move; a jealous older brother makes a family dinner awkward.The episode was rated from 159 votes.
Last updated: jun 28, 2022
Why do black comedians always have to talk about what it feels like "being back in a white mans world"? Let the comedy speak for itself, I hate when comedians have to make things about race to get a few laughs.. Never see this from white comedians. Other than that, not a bad show. Watch it all the time. BUT!! I just hate when shows like these are like.. "We back", "as a African American", "Having a white friend", "White people always like".. ect ect ect IN EVERY EPISODE!!!! WE GET IT, YOU'RE BLACK!!! NOBODY CARES!!!! LET IT DIE!!!
I just love this show and how smart and stupid it is, this show is one of the funniest tv shows that i have ever watched and probably will ever see.
I enjoyed watching the first two season, went downhill from there.
this show is hilarious, i love it
This show changed the way I watch comedies! it was a fun and perfect journey.. it will always stay special in my heart
This show has great skits! I hope season 3 introduces more original characters.
This show better stay around. Two funniest guys on tv.
In times like this, when we’re all trying to stay safe and stay home as much as possible, it is very important to enjoy ourselves and feel relaxed while doing so. Thankfully, we have Netflix to help us out in our quest, but with so many series to choose from, you might spend hours browsing and still not being able to decide! That’s why I made this list to help you out.
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As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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