Kroll Show (2013–2015)

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Show highlights Nick Kroll's incredible ability to transform himself into hilarious characters that pop off the screen while bringing many of his popular short-form favorites along for the ride.

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Nick Kroll, John Levenstein, Jonathan Krisel

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28 February 2013 | Amgomolare
Brilliant & Hilarious
Think the other reviewers missed the point on this show (especially the guy that said 'It's awful!' then proceeded to spend a paragraph talking about Futurama) and would hate to see people miss this gem on the basis the three negative reviews already here. That said, some episodes and/sketches are stronger than others are but that makes the show no different from any other program of its type (even Monty Python did sketches that weren't really funny {their words, not mine}). Thing is, most of the sketches on Kroll are parodies of reality programs or outrageous personalities so, by nature, they're going to be kinda irritating but unfunny? Not to me. Check out 'Rich Dicks', 'Liz & Liz', 'Ghost Bouncers', 'Oh Hello' or any of the 'Armond about the House' sketches and decide for yourself if this isn't one of the most hilarious, well-done sketch programs put out in years. The chameleonesque skills of Kroll and Cast in portraying their array of characters are truly awe inspiring in their nuance and ability to mix familiarity with caricature (who hasn't met a Liz B or Bobby Bottlefiller?). Even the intro sequence and theme music stand out for being impactful, evocative and stylish. Along with Key & Peele, I feel this is one of the best written, designed and executed comedies currently being made but the only way to know is to check it out and see for yourself. 9/10

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