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Sketches in the Season 3 premiere include inner-city substitute teacher Mr. Garvey and A-Aron; a man's girlfriend catching him watching porn; and a send-up of "Les Misérables."
Sketches include college-football all-stars from the East/West bowl; a tale of two mobsters; and valet-parking attendants discussing Batman.
Sketches include the guys having a bad Skype connection; a "Django Unchained" fight; and a baseball player who likes to congratulate his teammates a bit too much.
Sketches include a boxer taunting his opponent; a thug refusing to get rid of his beer; and a man not allowed to board his flight.
Sketches include a man getting too high; a soccer player going to extremes to get expelled from a match; and sex advice from a pair of experts.
Sketches include Mr. T teaching life lessons; Wendell needing a new bed; and an insult comic crossing the line.
Sketches include a creepy ghost as a roommate; men trying to find a silver lining in being tortured; and a meeting with a house full of sexy vampires.
Sketches include a high-school student's rise to fame after stealing a joke from one of his peers; a football player penalized for excessive celebration; and a premiere of "Othello."
Sketches include the return of Meagan; a guy trying to look cool at a strip club; and a funk show for the ages.
Sketches include a police detective meeting his new partner; Samuel and Lashawn celebrating their marriage; and Lando Calrissian being followed by a "Star Wars" fan.
Sketches include Keegan and Jordan eavesdropping on white women who love black men; Wendell making a music video; and Kareem and Jahar going to the gym.
Sketches include more college-football all-stars from the East/West bowl; Jordan's landlord searching his apartment; and a man taken aback by a coworker's sex appeal.
Sketches in the Season 3 finale include two men who have a mean boss; a man getting distracted while on the phone with his girlfriend; and the origin of an expression.