Monday, December 9, 2013

Studio C DVD Review--You Gotta See This!

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Studio C DVD

Studio C

I'm doing something a little different today in reviewing Seasons 1 and 2 of the hilarious BYUtv sketch comedy series, Studio C, featuring Whitney, Mallory, Jason, Matt, and the rest of the cast.  To tell you the truth, my family loved this sketch comedy before I did, but once I sat down and watched these DVDs, I quickly saw what had them laughing so hard. Facebook friends, the Superman adoption one, the awkward doorstep scene were SO FUNNY! It's good clean comedy that I can watch with my whole family and had a great deal of laughs doing so.  This is highly recommended by anyone who loves to laugh.

From the blog tour, "Studio C is 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
  • Bollyside
  • Dana’s Dead
  • And many more!
Special Features
  • 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.

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1 comment:

Debra Erfert said...

I've tried watching this before. Maybe I don't have enough patience for this kind of comedy, anymore. I might enjoy it if my children were interested in watching it. I'm glad they offer clean comedy. It's a nice choice considering what's on TV now-a-days. Right now we're watching American Ride, on the same channel as Studio C. It's a history lesson, given creatively by a biker.