We'll determine which is the best of the best and which one is "uh-oh, stinky."
The Shark Tank rip of the season is full of quotable moments. I'll be honest, after watching this sketch, I can't stop drinking wine.
Absolute absurdity. Pretty crazy that Spectrum would get rid of Corncob TV all because Coffin Flop featured so many dead bodies falling out of coffins. It was only 1-in-5 that were naked, I mean, c'mon!
One of the pinnacle office sketches of the season, Dan Flashes takes place in a meeting room where Mike (Tim Robinson) has been skipping lunch to save money so that he can purchase Dan Flashes shirts. But it's his exact style!
A corporate scandal? Insider trading? Brian's fedora with safari flaps on the back? This sketch is hilarious. The more the sketch goes into the records of the insider trading allegations, the more we see how Brian's coworkers really feel about him and his stupid hat, oh, and his pair of dice.
Bob Odenkirk makes a guest appearance in one of the most quotable sketches of the series. What starts as a simple way of not taking your daughter to an ice cream store, quickly devolves into a stranger talking about how amazing they are. Triples of the Barracuda, of the Road Runner, oh, and good news, now he's got triples of the Nova.
I'm serious about supportive women in this show, cause Episode 4 has some of the best examples. At a poker night where men as roasting their wives, one has a flashback to the time his wife helped him when he freaked out about his lines being stolen in a play by one man, Jamie Taco.
Wild. This sketch starts off as one of the more tame ones. A friend brings a gag gift to a birthday party for his friend, a Johnny Carson impersonator from Stable of Stars. Wild. Until Johnny Carson smacks the shit out of one of the partygoers. Tim Robinson's character rushes in, out of breath, to deliver the iconic line "he can hit!" and "why?" you may be asking. Well, it's because they got the "low-low" price point.
What more can be said? Dylan's burger looked good! As three students reconnect with their professor, Professor Yurabay, he has other ideas in mind as Dylan's burger is all he wants. Quotable, absurd, hilarious, this is the best sketch of Episode 3.
The first episode ends with one of the least obscure ideas for a sketch, an adult haunted house tour. But what starts off as an inconspicuous idea quickly turns into one adult having too much fun and misunderstanding the rules.
TABLES! What does she do? TABLES! Eddie Munster, Freddy Kreuger, all of these people are just using this woman's tables with little care, do they not understand that those tables are like her corn?!
This is the peak for Season 2, in my friends and I's opinion and a great way to end the Episode 2, although, this should've been the ending musical number for the season. "I used to be a piece of shit" has become one of the most quotable lines from the series as a whole and the "Dangerous Nights" song is stuck on repeat in my head.