Happy National Doppelgänger Week (and yes that is a real thing). In honor of the "holiday" I present to you this short sketch. We've all been tempted by those apps that match your picture to a celebrity. Do we try it out and take a chance at being matched with someone disappointed? Enjoy!
In a TMFS sketch, a spokesperson for former New York City Rudy Giuliani explains how Rudy is furious at Hillary Clinton for invoking 9/11 as an excuse for Wall Street donations at the CBS Democratic debate, stealing his bit.
In a TMFS sketch, the founder of Cops Are Always Right is thrilled with Sean Hannity comparing BlackLivesMatter to the KKK, Bill O'Reilly comparing them to the Nazis, and the head of the FBI, James Comey saying videos of police violence increase violence.
As a patron of Los Angeles' most unique underground theatre, The Cavern Club, I have become a fan of actor/performance artist John Cantwell's annual Love Connie extravaganzas, but until last weekend I had yet to experience The Nellie Olesons, the veteran sketch comedy trio that gave rise to Connie.
In a TMFS Sketch, we talk to the spokesperson for the Irving Independent School District in Irving, Texas, that had a 9th grade Muslim child, Ahmed Mohamed, arrested for bringing a clock that he made to school.
In a TMFS sketch, the head of the pro-police group, Cops Are Always Right, praises the New York Times for promoting the Ferguson Effect, aka, the idea that #BlackLivesMatter protests against police violence lead to more violence.