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Trevor Moore, head writer for "The Whitest Kids U' Know" recorded his first solo one-hour special, "High In Church", at The Gramercy Theatre in New York City. See full summary » A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. See full summary » I came across some clips of those guys on youtube, then I went to see if they are featured here.

And the first thing I see: A hater comment about how awful their stuff is. I don't think something is seriously wrong with me just because I think that their sketches are funny.

I don't like all of them, but there are a number of skits that I think are hilarious.

(Cubicle Boss) They are heavily influenced by the Pythons of course, and I don't understand all of the Pythons jokes, but I really like them as well.

And to the guys who are going to write "HOW CAN YOU COMPARE MONTY PYTHON TO THIS GARBAGE? If I'm laughing hard at some show, that's usually a good sign.

During the early years, WKUK included writer and director Jon Kovel, Oliver Lyons, Anthony Mair, and singer Tina Tiongson.

Timmy Williams also joined in late 2001 and was the only member at the time who did not attend SVA.

Finally, in 2003, as Moore approached graduation, the group separated officially from the school, and all but Moore, Brown, Cregger and Williams left the troupe.

Darren Trumeter, an actor and filmmaker who had worked previously with Cregger, was then added that same year.

Starting in 2003, the reinvented troupe started touring the various comedy venues in New York City, concluding in early 2005 with a well-attended show at Caroline's, a famous stand-up comedy club in Times Square.In 2005, the Whitest Kids began working with noted comedy producer Jim Biederman.In early 2006, Biederman and the Whitest Kids sold the show to the Fuse network after the Whitest Kids won the Best Sketch Group award at the Aspen Comedy Festival.Production of the first season took place in New York City, during the summer of 2006.