Sketch Nerds is a comedy podcast about the craft of sketch comedy. You can find our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, Podbean and more! We sit down with fellow sketch nerds and chat about your favorite sketches and discuss what works, what doesn’t work and why. Our hosts are Andy Weld, Julian Morgan and Seth Alcorn. To suggest a sketch for us to feature on the show, please contact us.
Episode 54: Top Ten Sketches of 2020. Watch the full video here.
Episode 48: “112th Annual Baby of the Year” by I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson featuring Sam Stralak and Mike Robertson of Marv n’ Berry.
Episode 45: “The Falconer” by Saturday Night Live and “What ‘The Sex Talk’ Looks Like Now” by Alternatino with Arturo Castro featuring Amy Vance of Brick Penguin.
Episode 44: “Fatal Beatings” by Rowan Atkinson and “Mr. Dalliard We’ve Been Activated!” by A Bit of Fry & Laurie featuring J.P. McElyea of Bad Medicine.
Episode 43: “The Killer Bees: Home Invasion” by Saturday Night Live and “Do You Do Poison?” by Bruiser featuring Conor Mittelstadt and Langdon Page of sketch duo Homeless Fireparty.
Episode 40: “Target Lady Meets Her First Lesbian” by Saturday Night Live and “These Nuts” by Key & Peele featuring Kelsie Anderson of DC comedy website Comedic Pursuits and sketch team Deer Friends.
Episode 39: “The Dollmaker” by Murderfist and “Check it Out! With Dr. Steve Brule” by Adult Swim featuring Chelie Setzer of Brick Penguin.
Episode 38: “Good Grief, the Comedian’s a Bear“ by The Muppet Show featuring brothers AJ Schraeder and AL Schraeder of Unstoppable Failure.
Episode 34: “Chris Farley As Bennett Brauer” by Saturday Night Live and “Il Gatto” by The Midnight Show featuring comedian and sketch comedy teacher Stephen Hale of the Drafthouse Comedy Theater.
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