||It has been suggested that Scott Sterling (fictional) be merged into this article. (Discuss) Proposed since March 2016.|
Cast members of the show (Season 6)
|Created by||Matt Meese & Jared Shores|
|Opening theme||"I Want to Run" by Mates of State (Season 2-)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||7|
|No. of episodes||90 (+5 specials)|
|Executive producer(s)||Derek Marquis
|Running time||20–25 minutes|
|Original release||October 8, 2012 – present|
Studio C is a sketch comedy television show produced in Utah by BYUtv. The show traces its roots to the BYU sketch comedy troupe Divine Comedy, of which all of the cast members are current or former members. The show aims to produce clean, family-oriented comedy for a national audience, shedding the BYU-oriented humor of Divine Comedy. The show was originally planned to be named Common Room until being changed to its current name, a reference to the studio in the BYU Broadcasting Building where the show is primarily filmed in front of a live audience. They have also created, "Leave No Fan Behind" and "Christmas Special Live Event", which are both live YouTube events. This lets fans watch the cast play games and act out skits, as well as ask questions on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, for them to answer during the events.
Studio C currently has a YouTube channel with over 1.4 million subscribers and more than 900 million total views. Their channel features many skits from the show, along with a few YouTube exclusives. Studio C's most popular video is "Top Soccer Shootout Ever With Scott Sterling", which currently has over 52.6 million views on YouTube. Studio C posts new videos on YouTube every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Season 1 (2012)
|Directed by||Original air date|
|1||1||Julian Riley||October 8, 2012|
|2||2||Julian Riley||October 16, 2012|
|3||3||Julian Riley||October 22, 2012|
|4||4||Julian Riley||October 29, 2012|
|5||5||Julian Riley||November 5, 2012|
|6||6||Julian Riley||November 12, 2012|
|7||7||Julian Riley||November 19, 2012|
|8||8||Julian Riley||November 26, 2012|
|9||9||Julian Riley||December 3, 2012|
|10||10||Julian Riley||December 10, 2012|
|Guest Star: Shawn Bradley, former NBA player and BYU alumnus, as himself|
Season 2 (2013)
|Directed by||Original air date|
|11||1||Craig Camp||April 1, 2013|
|12||2||Craig Camp||April 8, 2013|
|13||3||Craig Camp||April 15, 2013|
|14||4||Craig Camp||April 22, 2013|
|15||5||Craig Camp||April 29, 2013|
|16||6||Craig Camp||May 6, 2013|
|17||7||Craig Camp||May 13, 2013|
|18||8||Craig Camp||May 20, 2013|
|19||9||Craig Camp||May 27, 2013|
|20||10||Craig Camp||June 3, 2013|
|21||11||Craig Camp||June 10, 2013|
|22||12||Craig Camp||June 17, 2013|
Season 3 (2013)
|Directed by||Original air date|
|23||1||Craig Camp||October 8, 2013|
|Guest Stars: Stan Ellsworth, host of BYUtv's American Ride, as Jimmy's Dad; Mates of State as musical guests; and McKay Lindsey as Female Shoulder Angel|
|24||2||Craig Camp||October 15, 2013|
|25||3||Craig Camp||October 22, 2013|
|26||4||Craig Camp||October 29, 2013|
|27||5||Craig Camp||November 5, 2013|
|28||6||Craig Camp||November 11, 2013|
|29||7||Craig Camp||November 18, 2013|
|30||8||Craig Camp||November 26, 2013|
|Guest Star: McKay Lindsey as Female Shoulder Angel|
|31||9||Craig Camp||December 3, 2013|
|32||10||Craig Camp||December 10, 2013|
Season 4 (2014)
|Directed by||Original air date|
|33||1||Craig Camp||April 7, 2014|
|34||2||Craig Camp||April 14, 2014|
|35||3||Craig Camp||April 21, 2014|
|36||4||Craig Camp||April 28, 2014|
|37||5||Craig Camp||May 5, 2014|
|38||6||Craig Camp||May 12, 2014|
|39||7||Craig Camp||May 19, 2014|
|Guest Star: Mates of State as musical guests|
|40||8||Craig Camp||June 2, 2014|
|41||9||Craig Camp||June 9, 2014|
|Guest Star: David Bazan as Twin Therapist|
|42||10||Craig Camp||June 16, 2014|
Season 5 (2014)
|Directed by||Original air date|
|43||1||Craig Camp||October 6, 2014|
|44||2||Craig Camp||October 13, 2014|
|Guest Stars: Stars as musical guests and Dave Bresnahan as Senator|
|45||3||Craig Camp||October 20, 2014|
|46||4||Craig Camp||October 27, 2014|
|47||5||Craig Camp||November 3, 2014|
|48||6||Craig Camp||November 10, 2014|
|49||7||Craig Camp||November 17, 2014|
|Cameo: Steve Young, former NFL quarterback and BYU alumnus|
|50||8||Craig Camp||November 24, 2014|
|51||9||Craig Camp||December 1, 2014|
|Cameo: Steve Young, former NFL quarterback and BYU alumnus|
|52||10||Craig Camp||December 8, 2014|
Season 6 (2015–16)
|Directed by||Original air date|
|53||1||Jared Shores||September 7, 2015|
|54||2||Jared Shores||September 14, 2015|
|Guest Stars: The Piano Guys|
|55||3||Jared Shores||September 21, 2015|
|56||4||Jared Shores||September 28, 2015|
|57||5||Jared Shores||October 5, 2015|
|58||6||Jared Shores||October 26, 2015|
|59||7||Jared Shores||November 2, 2015|
|Guest Star: Kaskade|
|60||8||Jared Shores||November 9, 2015|
|61||9||Jared Shores||November 16, 2015|
|62||10||Jared Shores||November 23, 2015|
|63||11||Jared Shores||December 7, 2015|
|64||12||Jared Shores||February 8, 2016|
|65||13||Jared Shores||February 29, 2016|
|66||14||Jared Shores||March 7, 2016|
|67||15||Jared Shores||March 14, 2016|
|68||16||Jared Shores||March 21, 2016|
|69||17||Jared Shores||March 28, 2016|
|70||18||Jared Shores||April 4, 2016|
|71||19||Jared Shores||April 11, 2016|
|72||20||Jared Shores||April 18, 2016|
Season 7 (2016–17)
|Directed by||Original air date|
|73||1||Jared Shores||October 1, 2016|
|Guest Star: Shay Carl as Johnny "The Vlogfather"|
|74||2||Jared Shores||October 10, 2016|
|75||3||Jared Shores||October 17, 2016|
|76||4||Jared Shores||October 24, 2016|
|Guest Star: Lucky Blue Smith as himself/model|
|77||5||Jared Shores||October 31, 2016|
|78||6||Jared Shores||November 7, 2016|
|Guest Star: Shonduras as himself|
|79||7||Jared Shores||November 14, 2016|
|80||8||Jared Shores||November 21, 2016|
|81||9||Jared Shores||November 28, 2016|
|82||10||Jared Shores||December 5, 2016|
|83||11||Jared Shores||February 6, 2017|
|84||12||Jared Shores||February 13, 2017|
|85||13||Jared Shores||February 20, 2017|
|Guest Star: Matthias Fredrick|
|86||14||Jared Shores||February 27, 2017|
|87||15||Jared Shores||March 6, 2017|
|Guest Star: Mark Rober|
|88||16||Jared Shores||March 13, 2017|
|89||17||Jared Shores||March 20, 2017|
|90||18||Jared Shores||March 27, 2017|
|No.||Title||Directed by||Original air date|
|1||"Season 1 Favorites"||Craig Camp||November 28, 2013|
|Compilation of the Top 10 favorite sketches from season one as voted by the fans.|
|2||"Season 2 Favorites"||Craig Camp||November 28, 2013|
|Compilation of the Top 10 favorite sketches from season two as voted by the fans.|
|3||"Cast Favorites"||Craig Camp||November 28, 2013|
|This special reveals the Top 10 favorite sketches from season three chosen by the cast of Studio C.|
|4||"How to make your own Studio C"||Steve Olpin / Yurii Hydrick||April 5, 2014|
|This special is a step by step guide to making your own Studio C with sneak peaks to the Season 4 Opener.|
|5||"October Conference Special"||Jared Shores||October 3, 2015|
|The cast shares some new sketches and season six favorites in this special episode.|
Recurring characters and sketches
There are currently two episodes of this segment, the first was "Photobombing 101". The second segment was first entitled "Photoshopping 101" - however the title was later changed to "Photoshop Instructor Crosses The Line." The sketches are in a classroom set with the teacher (played by Jason Gray) giving comedic instructions on how to Photoshop/Photobomb. The class TA is played by frequent Studio C actor, Matt Meese. The majority of the 10 actor cast act as students in the class. The first segment was published on October 7, 2013.
A Bold New Soap Opera
The "Soap Operas" are based on several soap operas with the combined titles, "The Days Of One Life In A Bold Hospital With All My Children", and in the Telenovela, "Los Days Of One Vida In A Bold Clinica Con All Mis Childrens". There have been two Soap Operas with the first titled "A Bold New Soap Opera", and the second titled "A Bold New Telenovela".
A Man's Brain/MPD
Adam Berg plays a character with multiple personality disorder in which his personalities cause him to mess things up. The MPD characters are the Monopoly man/belligerent side (Matt Meese), the Impulsive Side (Jason Gray), the Cool side (Stacey Harkey), the Feminine side (Mallory Everton), and the Practical side (Stephen Meek). There have been two Man's Brain/MPD sketches.
A Message From Studio C
A series of mock PSAs shot off-set in single-camera setup. The PSAs typically feature something ironic or unexpected. Text concerning the fake announcement is overlaid at the end of the video and then it cuts to the Studio C logo and the words, "This Has Been A Message From Studio C". Debuted Season 2, Episode 2. There have been seven segments of A Message From Studio C.
Ann is a single, middle-aged librarian, played by Whitney Call, who characteristically inserts book titles into her conversation, lifting up the book as she says its title. Ann pronounces her name as "Enn", leading to confusion over what her name is when she introduces herself to others. Ann has a preference for much younger men, but tends to scare away all the men she attempts to seduce. Debuted Season 2, Episode 3. Ann has appeared in four sketches and is in one segment of Awkward Avoidance Viking.
Awkward Avoidance Viking
A silent character played by Jason Gray, dressed as a Viking warrior. He appears whenever Matt Meese has an awkward encounter with another person. The Awkward Avoidance Viking will rise up behind the back of the character Meese would like to avoid, and upon a nod of approval from Meese, knocks the character unconscious by hitting them in the head with his club. There are other Awkward Avoidance Vikings as well, including a female version, and ones that knock out the Viking when he is the awkward situation. Awkward Avoidance Viking segments are shot off-set with a single-camera setup and include an animated intro as well as a musical theme. Debuted Season 1, Episode 7. The Awkward Avoidance Viking has appeared in six segments.
Played by Jason Gray.
Played by Whitney Call, Birget is an aggressive German actress and shot put-thrower seen in the title roles of Mary Poppins and Maria Von Trapp. There have been two Birget Gurdestein segments.
A superhero played by Matt Meese, who arrives whenever someone uses the word "literally" to emphasize something that is not strictly true. Captain Literally uses his superpowers to make what was said become reality. His catchphrase is "Balance Restored!" which he says following the use of his powers. His uniform is a full-body red spandex suit, with blue briefs and wristbands over the suit, a blue cape, blue domino mask, and a capital blue letter "L" emblazoned on the chest. The segment is shot off-set with a single-camera setup, has a musical theme, and includes an animated intro and outro that shows his adventures as part of a comic book. Debuted Season 2, Episode 4. There have been seven Captain Literally segments, including two sketches with other minor characters including Captain Irony played by Mallory Everton. A spinoff of the popular ship "Mattory", "Captain Lironally" has been mentioned by fans.
Whitney Call is an impersonation of Celine Dion, who is often seen trying to steal the spotlight. There have been two sketches featuring Celine Dion.
Played by Natalie Madsen and Adam Berg, the "Cool Parents" often say "whoop whoop" after "we're the cool parents". The Cool Parents appear in two sketches.
The "Couchville" series is about a kingdom inside Matt's couch. In later segments, there have been various characters depicting different household furniture. There have been three "Couchville" segments.
Jason Gray is an impersonation of Darth Sidious from Star Wars. There have been three Darth Sidious segments.
Jason Gray impersonates Dobby the house-elf from the Harry Potter series. Comic situations arise when characters are faced with being required to do something bad to Dobby (his manager at Walmart firing him as door greeter, Jason Bourne executing him, etc.) and yet Dobby still loves them unconditionally and his characterological self-blame causes him to believe he deserves his punishment. Dobby aggressively uses his magical powers to protect the character after they can't go through with it. Debuted Season 1, Episode 9. Dobby has appeared in three sketches.
Dubstep DJ, played by Mallory Everton, is a Dubstep DJ that puts unusual sample sounds in her music such as dogs barking, police sirens, fog horns, and bubbles popping. Dubstep DJ has appeared in two sketches.
Dungeons and Dragons
These sketches are about three geeky guys, played by Jason Gray, Matt Meese, and Adam Berg, who role play. They feature love and dating fails. There have been three segments of dungeons and dragons. The characters, who are called "The Guild of Adventurers" often say, "Huzzah Magic Powers".
"The Entertainment" sketches are an unruly British rock band, "Fire And Brim-tones", consisting of Matt Meese as lead singer, Mallory Everton, Whitney Call, and Jason Gray. The humor comes from "Fire And Brimtones" performing inappropriate songs for the occasions. They are seen performing at a child's birthday party and an Assisted Living Community. There have been two segments of "The Entertainment".
ESPN Matt Center
The Matt Center is a TV channel centered on Matt Meese's fails. The first involved falsely assuming a woman pregnant, whereas the second one was centered on kissing fails. Matt Meese was unofficially declared a brony by some fans after displaying his MLP wallet. There have been two Matt Center segments.
Famous Last Words
Different scenarios are depicted of things people might say right before death or injury. The humor is largely ironic. It is shot off-set with single-camera setup and each segment generally contains many short scenarios that are shown right after each other in rapid succession. Debuted Season 2, Episode 11. There have been two segments of Famous Last Words.
Whitney Call acts as the instructor of a group of people who although normal in every other capacity, are completely dysfunctional when attempting to flirt with members of the opposite gender. The dysfunctional class members are played by Mallory Everton, Stephen Meek, Jeremy Warner, Natalie Madsen, Matt Meese, and Jason Gray. Debuted Season 2, Episode 2. The Flirting Academy has appeared in two sketches.
Gary and Carl
Featuring Jeremy Warner and Stacey Harkey, the Gary and Carl Show is a useless advice show seemingly set in the 80s. Recurring themes are unanswered questions, stupidity, and Dasani water advertising. There have been three Gary and Carl segments,
The Grammar League
The Grammar League consists of a series of spin-off characters coming off of the "Captain Literally" series. Captain Irony, played by Mallory Everton, is a pink-clad superhero that corrects people when they misuse the word "irony". Her humorous catchphrase is "Irony Taught!". The Nuclear Ninja, played by Adam Berg, basically punches people when they mispronounce the word "nuclear". The Good And Well Duo, played by Stephen Meek and Stacey Harkey, kicks people who "say 'good' when they should have said 'well'". Their catchphrase is "Good and Well are different!" The Dangling Participle Dude, played by James Perry, is seen in the last segment. He is seen saying, "Your participles were dangling all over the place. Dangle, Shmangle!" The Grammar League appears in two sketches.
How To Pick Up Chicks (With Marcus)
Starring Jason Gray as Marcus, this series pokes fun at inexperienced Youtubers and guys trying to hit on girls. Humor results in inaccurate information, misspelled words, and obnoxious flirting. There have been three "How To Pick Up Chicks" segments.
Played by Matt Meese, he is a hyperactive child. Often gets repeating items, such as a Xbox or iPhone, and will say "Cool, now I have two...". He annoys his parents and the other characters. He debuted in Season 3, Episode 6. There have been five segments of Hyperactive Kyle.
Played by James Perry, he is a Janitor. He is seen trying to make a match between Adam Berg and Whitney Call, as well as making fun of a self-centered person while showing off. The Janitor has appeared in two sketches.
Stephen Meek is an impersonation of Jason Bourne. Jason Bourne has appeared in three segments.
Jedidiah, played by Jason Gray, is an obnoxious Puritan who constantly makes situations awkward. Jedidiah has appeared in two segments.
Juan who works at Cabo
A Mexican resort employee. He often explains how to do various things (e.g. how to order food, apply sunscreen, etc.) much to the annoyance of others. There have been two Juan segments. Juan who works at Cabo was yanked shortly after the second showing, due to questions about ethnic insensitivity of the character.
A segment exclusively featuring Jeremy Warner and focused on offbeat and quirky humor. Each segment begins with Warner facing stage right in the dark while a voice-over introduces Warner while making a ridiculously fake claim about him. The Just Jeremy theme is sung, Warner turns to face the audience, the lights are raised, and Warner addresses the audience about the subject of the segment. The set background is a wall with a vertical wood pattern and typically is adorned with framed pictures and shelves with objects which generally all have a matching theme. Warner wears a different t-shirt for each segment, typically featuring an animal. The segment concludes with Warner turning to face stage right again as the lights fall while the Just Jeremy theme is repeated. The only other person to have appeared on this segment is James Perry, who was impersonating Warner at the time. Debuted Season 2, Episode 2. There have been seven segments of Just Jeremy.
Played by Mallory Everton, Lady Shadow is a pregnant secret agent. While trying to fight crime "ninja style", she is faced with the challenges of pregnancy and later, a baby which she names "Baby Shadow". Lady Shadow has appeared in two sketches.
A chef played by James Perry, who shouts "Lobster Bisque" or "World famous, you should try it, Lobster Bisque!" in his strange accent, much to the annoyance of other characters. He debuted in Season 2, Episode 8. There have been four Lobster Bisque segments.
The Mad Scientist Creates...
The Mad Scientist, played by Matt Meese, is a Frankenstein-esque scientist re-creating things such as sports, Valentine's Day, and junior high school. He is accompanied by Igor, played by Mallory Everton. There have been three segments of The Mad Scientist.
The Martian Vlog
Jason Gray plays an obnoxious astronaut named Mark Watney, desperate for subscribers to his vlog about living in space. He is constantly in competition with Commander Clark (Matt Meese), whose channel is extremely more popular than his. There have been five segments of "The Martian Vlog".
Played by Adam Berg, Martin is a red headed nerd that constantly rattles off historical or other information pertaining to every event. Martin has appeared in two sketches.
It is the ship name of the two actors Mallory Everton and Matt Meese. They have been romantic interests in a couple (or multiple) sketches. Many fans ship them, and it has never been confirmed if they have ever had a relationship or ever will.Though they have dated before (as said in an interview with Everton), it is still possible. "Mattory" remarks have been mentioned in several sketches, usually by Everton. "Captain Lironally" is a fan-made spin-off ship.
The Microworld With Dr. Shoemaker
Dr. Shoemaker, played by James Perry, is not a cobbler, he's a British "doctor of science". The premise of the series is examining chemical reactions, in which there is a "Microworld", such as oscillating colors being a mini teenage drama. There have been three segments of "The Microworld".
The Most Organic Vlog
Mallory Everton and Natalie Madsen play two valley-girls named Saywer and Madysen. They give outrageously organic diet and health tips through a Vlog. There have been two segments of "Organic Vlog".
Matt Meese plays the aged Mr. Eckelstone, who characteristically exaggerates the danger of situations out of proportion, terrifying those around him. Mr. Eckelstone is a driver's education instructor, a Boy Scout leader, and a Lamaze instructor. His catchphrase is "Deer!" which he mistakenly yells while pointing his crippled right hand because of an enormous cataract in his left eye. Debuted Season 2, Episode 1. Mr. Eckelstone has appeared in four sketches.
Played by Stephen Meek, he is a 91-year-old named Clark M. Richards who mispronounces and reads words incorrectly. More popularly called "Old Man", he has been featured in three sketches.
The "Operation Breakup" sketches consist of Matt trying to help Mallory break up with Jason, secret-agent style. Both are awkward situations and plans going wrong. There are two "Operation Breakup" sketches.
The "Poker Face" sketches are a parody of the Texas Hold 'Ems. Humor results in the contestants' personal panicked thoughts exposed; Matt not knowing how to play, Mallory constantly screaming, "LIKE THE WIND!" and Jason's kidney failure problems. There are two segments of "Poker Face".
Prince Charming's First Kiss
Played by Adam Berg, Prince Charming psyches himself up to kiss first Sleeping Beauty, and later Snow White. There have been two segments on "First Kiss".
The Scare sketches feature Mallory Everton and Jason Gray playing a couple who are confronted with a seemingly dead man (Stacey Harkey). Whitney Call and Stephen Meek play a Southern couple whom Mallory and Jason always run into. There have been two "Scare" segments.
Scott Sterling, played by Matt Meese, is a legendary soccer goalie who is known for blocking shots with his invincible face. He is also seen playing volleyball. Jason Gray and Stephen Meek play the British announcers. Scott Sterling has been featured in four segments.
Sir Francis "Franny" François
A parody of the Scarlet Pimpernel, Franny is played by Jason Gray. Franny is an exaggeratedly effeminate British macaroni in the 18th century. To the consternation of his foil, the masculine Captain Blake (Matt Meese), Franny is adored by the ladies and is more effective at warfare and stopping crime. Franny is accompanied by his lute-playing assistant, played by Jeremy Warner. Debuted Season 1, Episode 9. Franny has appeared in three sketches.
Matt Meese plays a life-sized shoulder angel. Humor results from the fact that Shoulder Angel feels the need to physically and awkwardly climb to a perch upon the right shoulder of the body of each character for which he attempts to act as a conscience. His catchphrase is "Poof!" which he says upon entering the scene. A variant on this skit is Shoulder Devil, also played by Meese, a life-sized, obese devil who also climbs the body of each character he attempts to tempt. In several sketches, Divine Comedy cast member McKay Lindsey also appears as a shoulder angel, appearing alongside Matt Meese. Debuted Season 1, Episode 2. Shoulder Angel and Shoulder Devil have appeared in seven sketches.
The Smiths, featuring Jason Gray, Mallory Everton, Whitney Call, and James Perry are a Nebraskan family always confronted with the evil brother (Matt Meese) looking to steal the farm. There have been two segments of "The Smiths".
A baby, voiced by Matt Meese, that has the maturity and mental capacity of an adult, yet retaining all the physical needs of an infant. He attends college and humor results in the discomfort others have when they interact with him. He had a romantic relationship with another infant similar to him, Evelyn DeWinter, voiced by Whitney Call, who is now a class TA at his college. Debuted Season 1, Episode 6. Spencer has appeared in four sketches.
Played by Natalie Madsen, Susan (or Susie) Weebers is a twelve-year-old girl that runs a vlog called "Beauty Tips With Susan Weebers". She has a shifting, ad lib jingle. Her beauty tips are all humorously unsafe and inaccurate and her catchphrase is "SHUT UP, CARL!", in reference to her cat. There are three Susan Weebers segments.
A sketch where members of the cast attempt to perform a long tongue-twister. If any of the cast make a mistake, the sketch is immediately restarted. Each tongue-twister has a letter that they alliterate. The first one was d, the second was r and w, and the third was s. Recurring elements include Stacey Harkey eating food during the sketch and Mallory Everton appearing suddenly from an unexpected place. Adam Berg does not participate in the tongue-twister, but is the victim of some form of slapstick comedy from something done by Jason Gray. However, in the third tongue-twister, Jason was the victim of the slapstick comedy from something done by Matt, Adam, and Stacey. Debuted Season 1, Episode 4. There have been three tongue-twister sketches.
V.I.S.C.I.P.A.M. (Video Instruction Series Can Inform People About Men)
Jason Gray plays Dr. Friedrich Schneider, a German academic who studies stereotypes of men who calls himself "the world's foremost authority on male anthropology". V.I.S.C.I.P.A.M. is filmed as a mockumentary that is Schneider's publication of his most recent findings. Each segment shows a different case study that is presented as observational fly on the wall footage in a lab room, narrated by Schneider, in which the male behavior is often greatly exaggerated for comic effect. The series includes an animated intro and a background musical theme. Debuted Season 2, Episode 2. There have been four V.I.S.C.I.P.A.M. segments.
A miniseries showing someone who is the worst at their job, e.g. "Worst Kindergarten Teacher Ever". The scenes are shot off-set at various locations, depending on the occupation. Debuted Season 3, Episode 2. The featured cast members include: Matt Meese—"Worst Doctor Ever"; Mallory Everton—"Worst Kindergarten Teacher Ever"; Jason Gray—"Worst Personal Trainer Ever"; Whitney Call—"Worst Lawyer Ever"; Jason Gray—"Worst app ever", Jeremy Warner—"Worst Waiter ever", James Perry—"Worst Cop Ever", Stacey Harkey--"Worst Plumber Ever", and Stephen Meek-"Worst Psychiatrist Ever". There have been eight segments of "Worst…Ever"
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