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Studio C
Studio C Logo.jpg
The stars of the show
Created by Matt Meese
Jared Shores
Starring Whitney Call
Mallory Everton
Jason Gray
Matt Meese
Opening theme "I Want to Run" by Mates of State (Season 2 on)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 63
Executive producer(s) Derek Marquis
Scott Swofford
Producer(s) Jared Shores
Location(s) Provo, Utah
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 20-25 minutes
Original network BYUtv
Original release October 8, 2012 – present
External links

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 ten 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.[1][2] The sixth season premiered in September 2015. 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 500,000 subscribers. 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 34.7 million views on YouTube. Studio C posts new videos on YouTube every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.


Cast member Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6
Whitney Call Main
Mallory Everton Main
Jason Gray Main
Matt Meese Main
Adam Berg Featured Main [3]
Stacey Harkey Featured Main[3]
Natalie Madsen Featured Main[3]
Stephen Meek Featured Main[3]
James Perry Featured Main[3]
Jeremy Warner Featured Main[3]



Season 1 (Fall 2012)[edit]

No. Directed by Original air date
1 Julian Riley October 8, 2012
Mallory finds love at a Halloween dance, Matt shares some doorstep dating insight with Mallory, and Jason expresses his feelings about Rhode Island.[4]
2 Julian Riley October 16, 2012
Matt and Mallory lose their camera, Jason leads the group on a trek to Oregon, and Shoulder Angel advises against robbery.[4]
3 Julian Riley October 22, 2012
Mallory tells two truths, Whitney goes on a blind date, and Jason makes a new friend at the family BBQ.[4]
4 Julian Riley October 29, 2012
The group debates if Dana really is dead, Matt explains the importance of going green, and Whitney directs Matt and Mallory on stage.[4]
5 Julian Riley November 5, 2012
The group plays their first gig, Matt works on his New Year's resolution, and Jason learns how to play mafia.[4]
6 Julian Riley November 12, 2012
Matt loses a little blood with Mallory and Jason, Spencer meets his new roommate, and the group meets some new classmates.[4]
7 Julian Riley November 19, 2012
Matt inspires his men to fight the good fight, Jason is dumped through a surrogate, and Mallory remembers her late kitty at a party.[4]
8 Julian Riley November 26, 2012
Spencer meets an old friend, Jason's shoulder devil tries his luck, and Whitney's weight is called into question.[4]
9 Julian Riley December 3, 2012
The group tries to brainstorm ideas, Franny proves to be a true man, and Whitney can't express in words how excited she is to get married.[4]
10 Julian Riley December 10, 2012
The Friz has her teaching techniques called into question, Mallory proves her aim isn't too sharp, and the Shoulder Angel meets his greatest challenge yet.[4]

Guest Star: Shawn Bradley, former NBA player and BYU alumni, as himself (untalented youth version)

Season 2 (Spring 2013)[edit]

No. Directed by Original air date
1 Craig Camp April 1, 2013
Season two of Studio C starts with a bang: Mr. Eckelstone teaches kids how to drive, Downton proves to be full of drama, and breaking up is more difficult than one might think.[5]
2 Craig Camp April 8, 2013
TSA tries to stop true love, Da Vinci finds difficulty in painting his latest portrait, and the high school spelling bee gets an update.[5]
3 Craig Camp April 15, 2013
Poker players give their inner thoughts, Ann helps a visitor find a good book, and the police chief tries to protect innocent ears.[5]
4 Craig Camp April 22, 2013
Good Cop and Bad Cop call in a friend for backup, the Great Kenny has his greatest magic trick yet, Captain Literally saves us from hyperbole, and the long awaited will of Ezekiel Josiah Worthington is read.[5]
5 Craig Camp April 29, 2013
Three doctors try a new treatment method, a young lawyer has his first experience in court, and Mr. Eckelstone teaches scouts the dangers of wilderness survival.[5]
6 Craig Camp May 6, 2013
Get a rare sneak peek behind the scenes of Studio C, watch as Gandalf confronts his biggest challenge yet, and see Ann go door to door renewing library cards.[5]
7 Craig Camp May 13, 2013
The Indian in the Cupboard proves difficult to find, the Disney Vault comes under attack, and Jim Blonde gears up for his next mission.[5]
8 Craig Camp May 20, 2013
Matt's stand-up routine is interrupted, eating bisque for lunch is harder than it should be, and Sidious is determined to bring his roommates to the dark side.[5]
9 Craig Camp May 27, 2013
A tango competition gets a little sticky, Jason Bourne faces his greatest challenge yet, and deathbed repentance is trickier than expected.[5]
10 Craig Camp June 3, 2013
The students at the flirting academy finally graduate, the radio mystery hour comes crashing down and Regis helps the latest Millionaire contestant.[5]
11 Craig Camp June 10, 2013
Jason’s wobbly wheelbarrow is stolen, finding the drop is harder than it appears, and the characters of Candyland are in a financial crisis.[5]
12 Craig Camp June 17, 2013
The weatherman gives his final five-day forecast, Gollum tries to work out his issues, and Shoulder Angel overcomes the Secret Service.[5]

Season 3 (Fall 2013)[edit]

No. Directed by Original air date
1 Craig Camp October 8, 2013
Professor Wilcox teaches the subtle and sophisticated art of photo bombing, Matt tells his dad about a fight at school, and when the Shoulder Angel has a moral quandary who does he turn to?[6]

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

2 Craig Camp October 15, 2013
Matt's parents invested ALL of his inheritance, a hungry friend gets rather emotional after losing something very dear to him at a funeral, and Hank plans an unusual surprise party, return of Lobster Bisque.[6]
3 Craig Camp October 22, 2013
Mallory testifies to Matt's inability to commit the crime he's accused of, Marco Polo visits the future to see how his namesake has affected future generations, and at a charity auction, a bidding war reaches levels beyond mere money.[6]
4 Craig Camp October 29, 2013
An uncooperative lineup suspect won't read his line to the cops, Ann meets her greatest heartthrob yet - R.L. Stine, and in an episode of Murder Mystery Mansion, the group struggles to find the real killer.[6]
5 Craig Camp November 5, 2013
Two Dungeons and Dragons gamers struggle with their most difficult quest yet, a 90-year-old cameraman struggles during a live taping of The Beatles, and the USA tells Great Britain that she will never get back together with him.[6]
6 Craig Camp November 11, 2013
A father and his hyperactive son finally discover the genie’s lamp, a restaurant offers lower-calorie options with strings attached, and the truth finally settles a long sibling rivalry.[6]
7 Craig Camp November 18, 2013
Mr. Eckelstone subs in the local Lamaze class, a talk show host tries to keep it together before the commercial break, and a high school team has to play a little ugly to win.[6]
8 Craig Camp November 26, 2013
Uh oh, it’s Black Friday! Then, a bright inventor has each of his brilliant ideas ruined, a couple on a hike assists a stranded stranger, and Teddy explains how his story business works.[6]

Guest Star: McKay Lindsey as Female Shoulder Angel

9 Craig Camp December 3, 2013
Stephen waits in an extremely romantic restaurant for his date to arrive, Whitney tries to learn how Mallory rates their friendship, and a soup-loving family prepares to meet their son’s new girlfriend.[6]
10 Craig Camp December 10, 2013
Santa learns new ways to show his love this Christmas, Kyle’s mom takes him to the mall to visit Santa, and Christmas is not complete without toys coming to life.[6]

Season 4 (Spring 2014)[edit]

No. Directed by Original air date
1 Craig Camp April 7, 2014
The Studio C cast starts off season four with a simple elevator ride, the crew on the Starship Enterprise takes a major fall, and the mad scientist invents his most terrifying creation yet.[7]
2 Craig Camp April 14, 2014
A helpful banana tries to teach Tommy the importance of eating right, Matt discovers his future career, and the Founding Fathers welcomes James Madison to the group.[7]
3 Craig Camp April 21, 2014
The survivors of a crashed plane search for help, Jason and his friends play the greatest video game ever, and the group at Hogwarts welcomes their newest class member.[7]
4 Craig Camp April 28, 2014
Celine Dion introduces her daughter Lexi to the world, the world fencing championships reveal the greatest slow motion replay to date, and Adam tries to ditch his annoying wingman at the club.[7]
5 Craig Camp May 5, 2014
Renaming a distant star turns out to have grave consequences, mothers get their new anthem, and Mozart is entertained by his greatest student yet.[7]
6 Craig Camp May 12, 2014
The newest Star Wars production runs into a couple bumps, Leo the kiosk worker proves to be a bigger challenge than expected, and the male mind proves to be a little more divided than previously imagined.[7]
7 Craig Camp May 19, 2014
An anti-Whale rally is forming up, the President fights through his most challenging press conference yet, and the Gods of the Greek Parthenon introduce themselves.[7]

Guest Star: Mates of State as musical guests

8 Craig Camp June 2, 2014
Marvin ruins another party game, the Mad Scientist unveils his latest creation, and the Guild of Adventurers try to press forward after their latest defeat.[7]
9 Craig Camp June 9, 2014
Elementary school students lose some friends when the ground becomes lava, the Royal Queen tries to understand social media, and marketing has grand ideas for lobster bisque.[7]

Guest Star: David Bazan as Twin Therapist

10 Craig Camp June 16, 2014
The President delivers what he believes will be his most motivational speech ever, the Brothers Grimm reveal their latest story to the commoners, and Studio C bids a fond farewell.[7]

Season 5 (Fall 2014)[edit]

No. Directed by Original air date
1 Craig Camp October 6, 2014
Matt finds a new world in his couch, Adam and Natalie hate being set up on blind dates, Writer's Room, Slow-Mo Issues, and School Pictures are Made Right.[8]
2 Craig Camp October 13, 2014
Visit from Dr. Who, Jedi Finals, Matt's new roommate Jedediah, Teaching Tots finance w/ band Stars, Matt makes a PB&J, Beauty Tips with Susan Weebers, Jason sets up his voice mail, and Burglar trouble.[8]

Guest Stars: Stars as musical guests and Dave Bresnahan as Senator

3 Craig Camp October 20, 2014
The Smith family fight back against their conniving brother; the different people in Adam's brain help him once again; and America finds herself in a bitter custody battle.[8]
4 Craig Camp October 27, 2014
A prank gone wrong; The Justice Trio save the day; and a grandfather tells really scary ghost stories.[8]
5 Craig Camp November 3, 2014
A couple who don't find a hot tub calming; and "The Hunger Games" characters sing about who should marry Katniss.[8]
6 Craig Camp November 10, 2014
Ken Burns learns the truth about the Lewis & Clark Expedition, an ice cream parlor becomes an unusual location for love in the air, and the people of Couchville return to regain their lost power.[8]
7 Craig Camp November 17, 2014
A whole network becomes dedicated to Matt and his achievements, the New York Times best selling committee tutors their newest hiree, and Mal receives more advice on the best ways to break up with Jason.[8]

Cameo: Steve Young, former NFL quarterback and BYU alumni

8 Craig Camp November 24, 2014
A high school graduation ceremony takes an unexpected turn, the search for Rapunzel comes to an unexpected conclusion, and the Matt Center makes an inconvenient appearance.[8]
9 Craig Camp December 1, 2014
The Matt Center team making another inconvenient appearance; a preview of a new CW series; and the Channel 8 News reporters dealing with a time crunch.[8]

Cameo: Steve Young, former NFL quarterback and BYU alumni

10 Craig Camp December 8, 2014
Studio C ends the season with a Christmas episode. Santa Claus gives Mrs. Claus her best gift to date, the elves decide to unionize, and Stephen learns what life would be like if he had never been born.[8]

Season 6 (2015–2016)[edit]

No. Directed by Original air date
1 Craig Camp September 7, 2015
The cast kicks off Season 6 with a glimpse into the future of Studio C, a couple's doctor visit takes a sudden turn when shots are administered, and a Revolutionary War gentleman labors to save Lady Gordon, a fainting damsel in distress.
2 Craig Camp September 14, 2015
An unhappy crayon crashes a group song during a children's television show, a YouTube sensation plans yet another unbelievable music video, and Wonder Woman confronts the rest of The Justice League on team issues.

Guest Stars: The Piano Guys

3 Craig Camp September 21, 2015
Matt plays a strange round of Bop-it, an overdramatic poet interrupts her roommate's game night, and a male seahorse juggles the new emotional toll of being pregnant.
4 Craig Camp September 28, 2015
Long-lost twins reunite and decide to switch places with one another, a church congregation takes their minister´s sermon too literally, and a study group performs a scientific experiment known as the Four Page Zone.
5 Craig Camp October 5, 2015
Two brothers dispute over sibling love, Jeremy travels back in time to stop World War II, and the people of Couchville band together to retake Matt's house from the Ottoman Empire
6 Craig Camp October 26, 2015
It´s another spook-tacular Studio C Halloween special. A frustrated ghost coordinates his hauntings with his victim, three vengeful teenage girls toilet paper a boy's house, and Kyle discovers his favorite part of Halloween.
7 Craig Camp November 2, 2015
A doctor performs surgery on a talented magician, six contestants compete in a workplace reality show, and David Wayne Starr chats with a news reporter about his middle school carnival.

Guest Star: Kaskade

8 Craig Camp November 9, 2015
Matt reveals his favorite TV show to Stephen, poker players face off again at the world championship, and George Lucas shares his final wishes with J.J. Abrams.
9 Craig Camp November 16, 2015
James's boss patiently pursues a casual conversation, Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty engage in a battle of genius wit, and the Guild of Adventurers help their friend prepare for a date.
10 Craig Camp November 23, 2015
Jason races to arm himself for Cyborg Monday, Adam and Whitney share what they're grateful for on Thanksgiving, and a familiar spirit haunts Luke Skywalker.
11 Craig Camp December 7, 2015
It's a Very Merry Studio C Christmas Special! A department store decorates for Christmas a bit early, a brother and sister see the power of the Elf on the Shelf, and Mr. Ecklestone's student drivers take him on a snowy ride.


No. Directed by Original air date
Season 1 Favorites Craig Camp November 28, 2013
Compilation of the Top 10 favorite sketches from season one as voted by the fans.
Season 2 Favorites Craig Camp November 28, 2013
Compilation of the Top 10 favorite sketches from season two as voted by the fans.
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.
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.
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[edit]

Captain Literally
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 7 Captain Literally segments.[9]

Shoulder Angel
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 Jacobsen also appears as a shoulder angel, appearing alongside Matt Meese. Debuted Season 1, Episode 2. Shoulder Angel and Shoulder Devil have appeared in 6 sketches.[10]

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 used that they alliterate. The first one was d, the second was r & 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 3 tongue-twister sketches.[11]

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 3 sketches.[12]

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 punish the Viking when he is spotted. 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 6 segments.[13]

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, played by 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 2 sketches.[14]

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) 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 3 sketches.[14]

Mr. Eckelstone
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 4 sketches.[15]

Flirting Academy
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 2 sketches.[16]

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 4 V.I.S.C.I.P.A.M. segments.[16]

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 7 segments of A Message From Studio C.[16]

Just Jeremy
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 7 segments of Just Jeremy.[16]

Ann Withers
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 4 sketches and is in 1 segment of Awkward Avoidance Viking.

Lobster Bisque
A chef played by James Perry, who shouts "Lobster Bisque" or "World famous, you should try it, Lobster Bisque!", much to the annoyance of other characters. He debuted in Season 2, Episode 8. There have been 4 Lobster Bisque segments.[17]

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 2 segments of Famous Last Words.[18]

Worst . . . Ever
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", and Jeremy Warner- "Worst Waiter ever." There have been 6 segments of "Worst . . . Ever"[19]

Hyperactive Kyle
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 4 segments of Hyperactive Kyle.[20]

It is the ship name of the two actors Mallory Everton and Matt Meese. They have been romantic interests or a couple in multiple sketches. Many fans ship them, and it has never been confirmed if they have ever had a relationship or ever will.

Dungeons and Dragons

These sketches are about three geeky guys, played by Jason Gray, Matt Meese, and Adam Berg. They feature love and dating fails. There are four segments of dungeons and dragons. The characters, who are called "The Guild of Adventurers" often say "Hazaar Magic Powers".


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