They show KITH on Comedy Central every weekday at 1:00 PM Central time. I first saw it on HBO when I was in high school, around 1990-91 I think. A lot of people my age are familiar with it, especially with the "I'm Crushing Your Head!" guy.
i aren't canadian but i do watch the reruns once and awhile...they have 2 episodes back to back so you get a full hour of viewing pleasure. i think comedy central also shows episodes at other seemingly random times as well. you'll see kevin mcdonald as the priest on that 70s show.
60 watts? what do you think this is, a tanning salon?
Funny you should bring up a Kids In The Hall thread. They reunited and are on at least 2 month tour this Spring. I got my tickets Thursday for when they are here in KC in April. Wish I could give you a detailed website with lots of info, but I just found out about it through Ticketmaster, so no can do.
"Disillusioned words like bullets bark as human gods aim for their mark Made everything from toy guns that spark to flesh-colored Christs that glow in the dark It's easy to see without looking too far That not much is really sacred." - Bob Dylan
Kids in the Hall are very funny. They aired it for a while in Holland here and I was on the floor every episode. They had some awesome sketches and characters.. Me and my friends still refer to their stuff every now and then (flying pig and others)
Brain Candy was on tv here last night and it is still hilarious.
Dave Foley in Newsradio was awesome and my favorite episode is where he enters some talent contest as he is a knife -thrower, and he meets his biggest enemy 'the great throwdini' aka kevin mcdonald (i believe that is his name) from KitH.. 'at least we meet again!' 'oh no! the great throwdini' ...
I heard them being compared to Monty Python and while nothing equals Python they are somewhere up there..
"...And I use that to fuck them some place fairly uncomfortable." "What, like the back of a volkswagen ?" -Mallrats
I hope this isn't inappropriate. (They're cartoons.) http://users.pandora.be/ptuui/ You've got to wonder what happens in a bunny's life to turn his thoughts to suicide. Perhaps it's insufficient frolicking.