Stop Pitching Sketches About Other Cast Members


(funky music) – [Grant] So, it’s like, a
little piece of equipment that you’d see in a Science Lab, and I’m looking through it. Suddenly… you can see it. – Grant, are you pitching
a microscope again? No, don’t… Okay, does anyone
else have any other ideas? Siobhan? You’ve been out for a year, do you have anything? – How about if you wanna see
something that’s really small.. – No, this is a microscope again. People, I don’t know why
we have these meetings if no one’s gonna do any work. Does anyone have anything? – I have some ideas. – Whoa, wait, really? – Yeah. – Oh, that’s great, well let’s hear them. – Okay, my first idea is called “Guy desperately needs a
public speaking class”, it’s just about this guy
who struggles painfully to explain himself in
front of his co-workers. – Oh, well, what do you plan
on happening in this sketch? – I guess it’ll take place
during like a presentation at work, maybe, for
example, a pitch meeting, something like that. – Oh, Katie, that really sounds like you’re talking about Grant. – No! No, I’m not. It’s a
character I’m working on. I’m just trying to workshop it. You know, if you guys don’t like it, I have plenty of other ideas. Um, here, this one’s called “The woman who was lucky to have Celiacs because nothing else
about her is interesting”. – Katie, is this about me? – Why would you assume that? – Because you know I have Celiacs. – It’s about somebody
else! You’re paranoid. – Okay, well, do you have any other ideas? We already did a Celiacs sketch. – Fine, um, here’s one called “Guy who needs to realize wearing a hat indoors is super bad manners”. – Okay, uh, then what happens? – I think it’s just about this guy, he thinks it’s like a fashion
statement to have a hat on, but really he looks dumb,
and it’s something that he shouldn’t be wearing all the time, especially not indoors. – Okay, that’s clearly about me, I’m wearing a hat right now! – Do you have any ideas
that are not about us? – None of those are about you! Wow, talk about self-centered. Here, I have a bunch more. Here’s “Guy who was tall but
in an uncomfortable way”. – You… – Wow, great conversation. – Katie, you’re being very mean to Grant. You know he can’t help it. – “Woman who has been in America too long to still have a British accent”. – Fuck you! – No, fuck you! – No, fuck you. This is
just the way that I speak. I’m not doing a bit, this is me, this is my voice. – Geez Louise, PC culture. – Guys, guys, guys, come on, okay? – Here we go, “Raphael
assumes we’re friends, but really, he shouldn’t”. – You didn’t even try
to disguise that one, you have Raphael in the title. (Grant hums) – I know a lot of Raphaels, my god, I have at least three others
– alright lets calm down – No you don’t!
– Okay, guys (Grant humming) – Stop lying! – Lets all remember,
we’re all friends here, okay, can we just get back to the meeting? – If you have a problem
with us you should just say it to our faces instead of doing this passive-aggressive
pitching about it bullshit. – My final pitch “Terrible and stupid boss can’t get control over his writers”. – Okay, Katie, that’s clearly about me. – No, it’s not about you, Trapp. – Yes it is! – Ugh. – Okay, okay fine, okay all
the sketches are about you. Where else am I supposed
to get material from. All I see is you! God, I’m
just so sick of all of you, I can’t stand it anymore! (door slams) – Wow Okay, well, does anyone else have pitches? That isn’t a microscope. That is not a microscope! Alright, well, I guess we’ll
just have to do one of Katie’s. – Ohh… (light guitar music) – So tell me a bit about yourself. – I have Celiac Disease. – Hey folks, what can I get for ya? – I have Celiac Disease. – Hi, it’s Katie Marovitch
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