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Their comedy skit "Ti Kwan Leep", in which a master attempts to teach the titular martial art to a group of novices. The whole thing is awesome, but here's a sample:
Ed Gruberman: Listen shrimp, are you gonna show me some fancy moves, or am I gonna start wipin' the walls with you? Master: Ed Gruberman, you fail to grasp Ti Kwan Leep. Approach me that you might see. Ed: Alright, finally some action. Master: Observe closely class. Boot to the head. [wh-thunk] Ed: Oww! You booted me in the head!! Master: You are lucky, Ed Gruberman. Few novices experience so much of Ti Kwan Leep so soon. Ed: Ow, oh, my head... Master: Now we continue. Ed: Hey! Hey, I wasn't ready! Come and get me now shorty, come on, are ya chicken? Master: Boot to the head. [wh-thunk] Ed: Ow! Okay, now I'm ready, come on, try it now. Master: Boot to the head. [wh-thunk] Ed: Mind if I just lie down here for a minute?
Master: Have you learned nothing from the lesson of Ed Gruberman? Student: Yes Master, I have learned two things. First, that anger is a weapon only to one's opponent. Master: Very good. Student: And secondly — get in the first shot. Boot to the head! [whoosh] Master:You missed.
And from the similarly themed "Last Will & Testament", about the reading of Mr. Muldoon's will: "And another for Jenny and the wimp." [SMACK] "Ow!" [SMACK] "Ow!".