History YMMV / InLivingColor

3rd Apr '16 2:15:47 PM Kinola
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** In a ''Star Trek'' skit that poked fun at how old the original Star Trek cast was getting, Bones is portrayed as a skeleton. The actor who originally played Bones, DeForest Kelley, was the first of the original cast to die.
15th Jan '16 7:29:17 PM themisterfree
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** There was a sketch called ''[[Series/TheHollywoodSquares East Hollywood Squares]]'', an urban-ized take on the famous game show. In 2013, MTV 2 debuted ''Hip-Hop Squares''...an urban-ized take on the famous game show.

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** There was a sketch called ''[[Series/TheHollywoodSquares East Hollywood Squares]]'', an urban-ized take on the famous game show.show, complete with Peter Marshall, even. In 2013, MTV 2 debuted ''Hip-Hop Squares''...an urban-ized take on the famous game show. That version was also hosted by a Peter, Rosenberg.
7th Jan '16 9:41:59 AM Erin582
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** In the aforementioned Old Train skit, there was a couple trying to figure out a ridiculously easy word scramble about a famous talking horse (and ''still'' [[EpicFail not being able to solve it]]) of [[Series/MrD "Mr De".]]
2nd Dec '15 5:25:44 PM Kinola
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27th Nov '15 11:38:03 AM nombretomado
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** Jamie Foxx also impersonated Garrett Morris (''SaturdayNightLive'''s first token black cast member from the show's first five years) in a fake American Express commercial featuring ChrisRock (played by Shawn Wayans) -- a couple years before Foxx would appear with GarrettMorris on the WB sitcom ''The Jamie Foxx Show''.

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** Jamie Foxx also impersonated Garrett Morris (''SaturdayNightLive'''s (''Series/SaturdayNightLive'''s first token black cast member from the show's first five years) in a fake American Express commercial featuring ChrisRock (played by Shawn Wayans) -- a couple years before Foxx would appear with GarrettMorris on the WB sitcom ''The Jamie Foxx Show''.
10th Sep '15 2:45:50 PM Erin582
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: As far as characters and sketches, the "Men on..." sketches are very popular with audiences, including gay men.
** [[AngryBlackMan Homey D.]] [[DepravedKidsShowHost Clown.]]
** [[PyroManiac Fire Marshall Bill Burns.]]
** [[AbhorrentAdmirer Wanda.]]
** [[ActionGirl Vera de Milo.]]



* TheWeirdAlEffect: In several instances, particularly with their music video parodies (like Crystal Waters' "Gypsy Woman" (remade into "My Songs Are Mindless" with Kim Wayans) or Snow's "Informer" (remade into "Imposter" with Creator/JimCarrey.)

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* TheWeirdAlEffect: In several instances, particularly with their music video parodies (like parodies, like Crystal Waters' "Gypsy Woman" (remade into "My Songs Are Mindless" with Kim Wayans) or Snow's "Informer" (remade into "Imposter" with Creator/JimCarrey.)
6th Aug '15 12:29:11 PM bt8257
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* HarsherInHindsight: [[http://youtu.be/EEnefkpRfHE This Fire Marshall Bill]] skit (from season five) had a part where it's implied that Fire Marshal Bill and an Arab man bombed the World Trade Center, just to prove that it wasn't structurally sound. Yes, it was referring to when the World Trade Center was first bombed in 1993, but now the joke is in worse taste due to the infamous second attack on the towers a mere eight years later in 2001. As a result, the line is edited from the FXX reruns (including the On-Demand version). The DVD has the line intact.

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* HarsherInHindsight: [[http://youtu.be/EEnefkpRfHE This Fire Marshall Bill]] skit (from season five) had a part where it's implied that Fire Marshal Bill and an Arab man bombed the World Trade Center, just to prove that it wasn't structurally sound. Yes, it was referring to when the World Trade Center was first bombed in 1993, but now the joke is in worse taste due to the infamous second attack on September 11, 2001 that leveled the towers a mere eight years later in 2001.towers. As a result, the line is edited from the FXX reruns (including the On-Demand version). The DVD has the line intact.
1st Aug '15 6:56:50 PM Erin582
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** Seeing Keenan portraying [[Series/SoulTrain Don Cornelius]] collapsing and ''dying'' at the end of the spoof of the series called "Old Train" is now this given Cornelius' 2012 suicide.

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** Seeing Keenan portraying [[Series/SoulTrain Don Cornelius]] collapsing and ''dying'' at the end of the spoof of the series called "Old Train" [[spoiler: although he ''was'' able to be revived]] is now this given Cornelius' 2012 suicide.suicide. [[FromBadToWorse It gets even worse.]] Regardless on if you may think of the skit as this or a FunnyAneurysmMoment, his portrayal of Cornelius has him being forgetful and being out of touch with everything happening around him. The driving force behind his suicide was his declining health, namely of him showing early signs of either dementia or Alzheimer's Disease.
17th May '15 10:46:52 PM nombretomado
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** There was a sketch called ''East HollywoodSquares'', an urban-ized take on the famous game show. In 2013, MTV 2 debuted ''Hip-Hop Squares''...an urban-ized take on the famous game show.

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** There was a sketch called ''East HollywoodSquares'', ''[[Series/TheHollywoodSquares East Hollywood Squares]]'', an urban-ized take on the famous game show. In 2013, MTV 2 debuted ''Hip-Hop Squares''...an urban-ized take on the famous game show.
17th May '15 10:23:01 PM crazyrabbits
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''And at night it was safe to walk down the street! (In Living Color)''

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--> ''And at night it was safe to walk down the street! (In Living Color)''
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