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* BrattyFoodDemand: "Love and Sausages" features an old man, the father of the protagonist, who loudly demands sausages.

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* RewatchBonus: In "This Scene Was Written in Haste," the father puts Tabasco sauce into his pipe instead of tobacco, exactly the kind of error you'd expect the writer to make once you've already seen the sketch.


[[caption-width-right:250: (left to right) Bruce, Mark, Dave, Scott, and Kevin, quite possibly the five sexiest men in skirts.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250: (left [[caption-width-right:250:(left to right) Bruce, Mark, Dave, Scott, and Kevin, Creator/{{Kevin|McDonald}}, quite possibly the five sexiest men in skirts.]]


The five man roster consists of Dave Foley, Kevin [=McDonald=], Bruce [=McCulloch=], Mark [=McKinney=] and Scott Thompson. Sketches revolved around a number of disparate topics but were just as likely to focus on the cast portraying themselves, albeit in odd situations. Monologues were given frequently. Guest stars were uncommon on the show and celebrities rarer still. The consistency of the sketches were quite variable and there was often a feel of being "in" on a jam session of talented comics in the process of finding out what worked and what didn't. For some, this enhanced the appeal of the show.

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The five man roster consists of Dave Foley, Kevin [=McDonald=], Creator/KevinMcDonald, Bruce [=McCulloch=], Mark [=McKinney=] and Scott Thompson. Sketches revolved around a number of disparate topics but were just as likely to focus on the cast portraying themselves, albeit in odd situations. Monologues were given frequently. Guest stars were uncommon on the show and celebrities rarer still. The consistency of the sketches were quite variable and there was often a feel of being "in" on a jam session of talented comics in the process of finding out what worked and what didn't. For some, this enhanced the appeal of the show.

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* FelonyMisdemeanor: Salty ham.


* InsaneTrollLogic: In one sketch, a guy has an argument with his wife and she locks him out of the house and refuses to let him back in. He wins the argument by declaring that from now on the inside of the house is the outside and the outside of the house is the inside, which makes ''her'' the one who's locked out. She protests, but he says that the house is in his name so he can do whatever he wants. So she actually [[CrowningMomentOfFunny goes along with this and starts demanding that he let her in.]]

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* InsaneTrollLogic: In one sketch, a guy has an argument with his wife and she locks him out of the house and refuses to let him back in. He wins the argument by declaring that from now on the inside of the house is the outside and the outside of the house is the inside, which makes ''her'' the one who's locked out. She protests, but he says that the house is in his name so he can do whatever he wants. So she actually [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments goes along with this and starts demanding that he let her in.]]

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* OddFriendship: Chicken Lady (Mark) and The Bearded Lady (Kevin).

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-->'''Chicken Lady:''' Oh, I made you an omelet on account of I figured you might not like bugs.\\
'''Date:''' Oh, thank you.\\
'''Chicken Lady:''' Go ahead. Tuck in.\\
'''Dave:''' Oh, good.\\
'''Chicken Lady:''' 'Course it's good, 'cause they're fresh. Straight out of my body and onto your plate!

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* TheFunInFuneral: The final episode has the crew getting buried alive... and Paul Bellini dancing on their grave.


* WriteWhatYouKnow: Many of the sketches, such as the "Steps" series, are based on actual Toronto culture.

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* AscendedFanboy: Scott Thompson was just a fan of the stage show, and started interacting with the group in such a funny way, they decided to make him a cast member.


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* TheMovie: ''Film/BrainCandy''.


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* WriteWhatYouKnow: Many of the sketches, such as the "Steps" series, are based on actual Toronto culture.

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* BestialityIsDepraved: How Chicken Lady was concieved.
-->'''Chicken Lady's Grandfather:''' ''(to son)'' What have you done? ''What have you done?''


* AnalProbing: One sketch [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade]] on this trope, giving us the page quote on the trope page. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz7sBTHtcLU The alien wonders if his Great Leader is just some kind of "ass freak".]]

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* AnalProbing: One sketch [[LampshadeHanging hangs a lampshade]] on this trope, giving us the page quote on the trope page. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz7sBTHtcLU The alien wonders if his Great Leader is just some kind of "ass freak".]]]] All they learn from the probing is one in ten males seem to enjoy it.

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-->'''Scott:''' ''(in drag, not swinging at a softball strike)'' It had attitude.


** Also "Thirty Helens Agree" and the song "These Are The Daves I Know."

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** Also "Thirty Helens Agree" and the song "These "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEGCdVADLWY (These Are The The) Daves I Know."]]"

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