About Studio C
Seasons 1 and 2 of the hilarious BYUtv sketch comedy series, Studio C, featuring Whitney, Mallory, Jason, Matt, and the rest of the cast pulling out all the stops with two full seasons of enough rip-roaring hilarity to make you spit milk out of your nose. Travel back to the moment it all began and watch some of the very first Studio C sketches, plus two never-before-seen features!
Includes popular episodes featuring
- Presidential Shoulder Angel
- Facebook Friends Song
- Flirting Academy
- Captain Literally
- The Center for People That YouTube Made Infamous
- Candy Land Character Conference
- Dana’s Dead
- And many more!
- Exclusive Feature: “Just Jeremy Date”
- Exclusive Sketch: “Substitute Miss Frizzle”
- Season 2 Outtakes
Studio C is a hit sketch comedy series that the whole family can enjoy. Like the popular TV show Saturday Night Live, the cast performs original sketches that parody American culture and the hilariously awkward moments of everyday life; but with a refreshingly wholesome yet hilarious spin. With their huge fan-base and increasing popularity, Studio C aims to produce clean, family-oriented comedy for a national audience.
My Family’s Thoughts On Studio C
Before watching the DVD, I had already seen the previews (you can watch them below) so I knew what to expect. Studio C is a lot like Saturday Night Live but totally appropriate for audiences of all ages.
In my opinion, skit comedy is hard. You have to convey a plot AND be funny in a really short span of time. Just like SNL, not every skit will have you rolling on the floor, but even those that don’t will leave you in awe of the versatile cast who can play everything from immature kids to British nobility.
In Studio C there are plenty of moments that everyone in the family was laughing out loud, sometimes for different reasons. In the flirting academy skit, my husband and I chuckled at the memory of awkward flirtations while the kids were literally clutching their stomachs because they were laughing so hard at the funny facial expressions and the walks of the students as they practiced being flirtatious. And like SNL, my favorite skits were the commercial spoofs. They are hilarious!
One of my favorite skits is one in which a girl brings a friend along to help her break up with her boyfriend. He hides in the bushes with a secret microphone offering advice and support. Just about everything that can go wrong does and there is a humorous twist at the end of the skit that none of us expected that made the whole thing even funnier.
My husband was worried that the show would be too clean (i.e. boring) since it’s produced at BYU. I think he expected a lot of skits about doing the right thing, being really nice to one another, never having a bad thought, etc. Moms who are reading this are certainly wondering why that would have been a bad thing, which of course it wouldn’t be, but an over-the-top “people should be perfectly virtuous at all times” approach could lose the adult audience wanting greater diversity.
My husband was worried for no reason though since many of the skits in fact highlight and gently poke fun at our sometimes less than altruistic inner monologues like the skit of a boy and girl leading up to their first kiss goodnight after a date (first told from the boy’s perspective and then the girl’s) and the impatient customer in line at a deli, frustrated with the people ahead of him who can’t make up their mind even though they have their entire time waiting in line to decide what they want.
My 6-year old daughter was disappointed when I ended our first session because she wanted to continue watching. She really enjoyed the skits. I loved watching her laugh at them (there was only one that she didn’t seem to understand or enjoy).
My 13-year old also enjoyed the DVD. She’s the one who asked if we could continue watching it the next day.
I don’t know what your family is like, but there aren’t many shows that appeal equally to all four of my kids AND me and my husband. It’s not like any of us tolerated the show for the sake of everyone else. We all really liked it! If you’re looking for a show that will have your entire family laughing aloud together, this is it.
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