There's nothing better than seeing our favorite comedians when they were young, scrawny and even more awkward than they are today.
Recently we posted an unearthed 90s comedy sketch from Caroline's On Broadway that showed Jon Stewart, Louis C.K. and more when they were younger, and now we've found another hilarious sketch from 1992.
For a while in the early 90s Caroline's had a special on A&E called "Caroline's Comedy Hour" for which they recorded sketches like this amazing find. In a mockumentary of sorts about the origins of comedy, we see a pretentious director trying to direct the Three Stooges.
The clip features Susie Essman, Lewis Black as the narrator, Colin Quinn as the director and Jon Stewart, Louis C.K. and Dave Attell as Larry, Curly and Moe, respectively.
Check out the sketch below after and introduction by Colin Quinn, and see just how different everyone looks 18 years ago.
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