August 4, 2021

I think you should leave the Netflix season 1 sketches classified –

The sketch comedy show that generated thousands of GIF tweets is back.

I Think You Should Leave, the brilliant show created by, written, and starring Tim Robinson returns to Netflix with Season 2 on Tuesday, July 6, so two of our biggest fans of the show, Andy Nesbitt and Charles Curtis, decided to qualify. each sketch. from the first year. They had their disagreements (see below), but they made their own separate lists and averaged them together to arrive at the rankings.

Before continuing, here is your WARNING: there is a LOT of NSFW language ahead! You have been warned.

Clever? Here we go:

Although we love ITYSL, a play had to end at the end and this one that turns into a “Hey, it was an alien the whole time !!” the premise takes No. 29. – Charles Curtis

It’s so funny, I just miss Tim Robinson. – Andy Nesbitt

Blaming the babysitter for being late, but taking it too far. But there are better “taking the lie too far” sketches higher on the list. – CC

We both agreed on one thing – this idea of ​​Scrooge being visited by a WAYYYYY future Christmas ghost was a funny joke, but it didn’t extend beyond that. – CC

This is a perfectly awkward sketch where they spend a good amount of time arguing over whether a dog tried to bite the head of Tim Robinson’s character or whether the dog tried to do a hump on the head. Actually, it is an old debate. – A

The idea of ​​someone uploading a video that morning to show their coworkers is pretty funny, but I ranked it low simply because I didn’t remember it before revisiting for this list. Isn’t that revealing? – CC

Maybe we don’t love parodies with Christmas references in them? This one, where a company employee tries to make a bunch of Christmas jokes and gets mad because he doesn’t laugh until the end, was fine. – CC

This is one we disagree on: I laughed a lot when Tim Robinson’s character starts choking in a restaurant, but he doesn’t want to reveal that he’s hurting in front of a celebrity. Andy was not a fan, he ranked second to last while I had him in 15th place – CC

One of those S1 sketches that goes around and around: some friends do an intervention, one of them presents in a house that is full of Garfield products and then Jim Davis appears (not the real Jim Davis). It’s crazy, maybe too much. – CC

Tim Robinson’s character trying to dump old props, including 1,000 fake plastic dumplings, from his failed mob movie into his friends’ baby shower gift bags is just too good. – A

It begins with the character of Tim Robinson bragging that he can finally beat up his ex-wife’s new husband and ends with him recording a new hit song, “Moon River Rock.” It is like two beautiful sketches in one. What a gift! – A

Angry Tim Robinson is funny Tim Robinson and this reaction to a screaming pad joke is hilarious. – CC

A shipment from Johnny Cash and Walk the Line that will leave you singing about worms and bones as money. – CC

I’ll be honest: I haven’t seen much of the show since it first came to Netflix, but all I remember about this is the TC Tuggers commercial, which was so absurdly ridiculous. – CC

Howie is the star of this one and he’s annoying as you know, but everyone else’s reactions on this one are really great. – A

Charles was ranked 27th on his personal ranking (I was fourth), which almost led to an awkward conversation in which I explained that I had to opt out of this article, but instead, I only responded with a “What?” and kept my thoughts on Charles to myself. That’s what they call class, folks. Oh, and Charles definitely chooses all the “good” nachos when he shares them with friends, so I bet this one hits home a bit too much. But yeah, this is a tremendous sketch that I’ve probably seen 20 times. – A

Arguably the most exaggerated and absurd sketch of season 1, there’s a guy who can’t stop honking on a bumper sticker, a funeral, and a song about Friday nights to finish (see above) . Do I have to say anything else? – CC

Wilson’s Natural Fake Gorilla Attack Hair Removal System might never work in real life, but it does work on this sketch. – A

Fred Willard was one of the greatest of all time and he plays it perfectly: a replacement organist who plays an antique organ and breaks plates during a funeral. Simple, but every time he says “My condolences,” I lose it. – CC

I never thought I’d find myself laughing hearing a horse leap to its death due to its incredibly small genitalia, but then this sketch came into my life and there I was on my floor doing just that. – A

The first sketch we see in the Netflix series really sets the tone: a guy in a job interview pulls on the door instead of pushing it when he leaves, and then goes on with the lie LEAVING THE DOOR AGAINST ITS HINGES. Underrated! – CC

Three words about this parody of those law firm commercials: IT’S TURBO TIME! – CC

This is the one where the magician “ruins” the main boy’s life because his wife did not like the way he handled himself on stage with said magician. Her brutal defeat of her husband while in bed is absolutely hilarious… and truly cruel. But totally hilarious. – A

Will Forte is so good at this sketch so deep that it is so relatable and so out there. – A

A positively brilliant sketch in which Robinson attends a friend’s (Steven Yeun) birthday party and confronts the friend for keeping their gift receipt, turning a simple question (should I be insulted if my friend wants to return my gift?) on a roller coaster that includes Robinson eating the receipt. – CC

“You shuddered, Paul.” Now you have to marry your mother-in-law! »The old man in this sketch is an absolute legend. – A

I regularly quote this starring Andy Samberg and Press Your Luck Whammy that went wrong: “DON’T SWEAR IT !!!” We have to find out what Chunky’s deal is. “Well, I’m wearing my own hat!” It is gold. – CC

Two parts of this get me every time: when he calmly lists adult website names while casually stealing more clothes, and when he yells at the police while on the run. This sketch also gave birth to a great meme that is used a lot and should be used a lot because it is perfect. – A

This was the sketch he sold me on this show and it knocked me off the couch when the woman in the crowd yelled “(expletive) you, Harley Jarvis!” and when the guy later yelled “I hope he (expletive) dies, Harley Jarvis!” Almost dead. Give this sketch an Oscar. – A

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