Don and Lester are racing favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s two biggest fans. They're on a mission to 'raise' Junior's status beyond just NASCAR famous, to world wide famous, thus making the world a better place.
After losing her boyfriend and her high-powered job as an attorney all on one day, Nina finds that the only job available to her is at the Public Defender's office. She quickly realizes ... See full summary »
I love this show. Many people tend to believe that this troupe is the reincarnation of Monty Python. Granted, they are British; however, the similarities stop there. Any fan of sketch comedy will instantly draw comparisons to The Kids In The Hall. I agree with this. Besides the obvious cross dressing aspect (which is well done), the Hollow Men's penchant for picking on the corporate world does the KITH service. I find many similarities in their types of comedy, almost to the point of blatant plagiarism (monkey spunk = monkey cum). It's genius nonetheless. I agree that this show was above Comedy Central's base audience, but that's not saying too much. I don't know why they try to bring on sketch comedy shows when they don't even give them a chance to grow (Exit 57, The Vacant Lot, Stella, etc, etc, etc...) The only sketch comedy show that they have right now is Mad TV which is crap at best and is painfully shown 136 times daily. Thank whatever higher power pertains to you that The Hollow Men can be found online on Comedy Central's motherload
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