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Studio C is a sketch comedy television show produced in Utah by BYUtv. The show traces its .. A sketch where Mallory Everton is a girl who has a bad habit of laughing A superhero (Matt Meese) who arrives whenever someone uses the word "literally" . Whitney Call plays an over-the-top diva whose success comes from. Cast · Matt Meese · Mallory Everton · Whitney (Call) Meek · Natalie Madsen · Jason Gray · Stacey Harkey · About · Wiki Then Matt asked Jason to “try this thing for one season.” “Studio C is the least competitive group of friends I've ever met,” Jason says. Such a diva.” Awkward Avoidance Viking: Ex- Girlfriend - AAV. Studio C hit the viral goldmine with “Top Soccer Shootout with Scott Sterling faces — Matt (who continues to be the head writer), Mallory Everton, .. I sound like a diva, but I'm not. .. Jason's wife dated Stephen at one time.
Recurring characters and sketches The following characters and themes have appeared in at least three sketches: Debuted Season 2, Episode 2. Ann pronounces her name as "Enn", leading to confusion over what her name is when she introduces herself to others.
Ann has a preference for much younger men, but tends to scare away all the men she attempts to seduce. Debuted Season 2, Episode 3. Ann has appeared in four sketches and is in one segment of Awkward Avoidance Viking.Stephen's Proposal (:
He appears whenever Matt Meese has an awkward encounter with another person. The Awkward Avoidance Viking will rise up behind the back of the character Meese would like to avoid, and upon a nod of approval from Meese, knocks the character unconscious by hitting them in the head with his club. There are other Awkward Avoidance Vikings as well, including a female version, and ones that knock out the Viking when he is the awkward situation.
Awkward Avoidance Viking segments are shot off-set with a single-camera setup and include an animated intro as well as a musical theme. Debuted Season 1, Episode 7.
The Awkward Avoidance Viking has appeared in six segments. She first appears in season 6. Then she proceeds to have a silly and bad experience. Later in the sketch, she is injured badly but still has bad things happen even when she tries to do good. There have been two Bad Karma sketches. Batman Played by Jason Gray, he appears in a variety of sketches. Batman Drives Uber A spinoff of the Batman sketches.
Batman Jason Gray starts driving for Uber to get more money after spending all of it when he bought the Moonrenaming it 'Batmoon. There have been three Batman Drives Uber sketches. Callin' Collin Mallory Everton plays Collin, an obnoxious year-old boy who has a popular podcast.
He gives advice to people who call in that is not helpful in any way, such as 'kick him in the booty' in response to a question about annoying people and 'business documents' in response to a question from his friend's mother about birthday party themes.
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He considers himself a womanizer and often tries to sound manly and smart. There have been three Callin' Collin sketches. Captain Literally A superhero Matt Meese who arrives whenever someone uses the word "literally" to emphasize something that is not strictly true. Captain Literally uses his superpowers to make what was said become reality.
His catchphrase is "Balance Restored! His uniform is a full-body red spandex suit, with blue briefs and wristbands over the suit, a blue cape, blue domino mask, and a capital blue letter "L" emblazoned on the chest. The segment is shot off-set with a single-camera setup, has a musical theme, and includes an animated intro and outro that shows his adventures as part of a comic book.
Debuted Season 2, Episode 4. There have been seven Captain Literally segments, including two sketches with other minor characters including Captain Irony played by Mallory Everton. A spinoff of the popular ship "Mattory", "Captain Lironally" has been mentioned by fans. In later segments, there have been various characters depicting different household furniture including an ottoman ruler played by Stephen Meek, a lovesack played by Jeremy Warner, a rug played by Adam Berg, french doors played by James Perry, a doormatt played by Mallory Everton, and two chandeliers played by Natalie Madsen and Jared Shores, co-creator of Studio C.
There have been three "Couchville" segments. He often tries to make the other cast members buy his lotion using a variety of methods, such as free-sampling Stacey in the face, showing that he has lotion for ridiculous purposes, and announcing that for 1 minute all Nintendo Switch's are free to thin out the herd. His reveals that his cousins work at the Verizon kiosk after he hacks into Jeremy's phone.
He has sociopath behavior when he seemingly kills Matt and eats a live mouse. There have been 2 Crazy Mall Kiosk Salesman segments. He often urges other characters to strike him down, "And your journey to the dark side will be complete. Comic situations arise when characters are faced with being required to do something bad to Dobby his manager at Walmart firing him as door greeter, Jason Bourne executing him, etc.
Dobby aggressively uses his magical powers to protect the character after they can't go through with it. Debuted Season 1, Episode 9. Dobby has appeared in three sketches. Jeremy Warner and Stacey Harkey have also appeared to play with them. They feature love and dating fails. There have been three segments of dungeons and dragons.
There have been three Farley Archer sketches. Recurring themes are unanswered questions, stupidity, and Dasani water advertising. There have been three Gary and Carl segments. Humor results in inaccurate information, misspelled words, and obnoxious flirting. Each song is the characters view on the love triangle going on between them.
There have been three Hunger Games Musical sketches and one behind the scenes video. Hyperactive Kyle Played by Matt Meese, he is a hyperactive child.
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Often gets repeating items, such as an Xbox or iPhone, and will say "Cool, now I have two He annoys his parents and the other characters. He debuted in Season 3, Episode 6. There have been five segments of Hyperactive Kyle. Jason Bourne has appeared in three segments. Just Jeremy A segment exclusively featuring Jeremy Warner and focused on offbeat and quirky humor. Each segment begins with Warner facing stage right in the dark while a voice-over introduces Warner while making a ridiculously fake claim about him.
The Just Jeremy theme is sung, Warner turns to face the audience, the lights are raised, and Warner addresses the audience about the subject of the segment.
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The set background is a wall with a vertical wood pattern and typically is adorned with framed pictures and shelves with objects which generally all have a matching theme. Warner wears a different T-shirt for each segment, typically featuring an animal.
The segment concludes with Warner turning to face stage right again as the lights fall while the Just Jeremy theme is repeated. The only other person to have appeared on this segment is James Perry, who was impersonating Warner at the time. There have been seven segments of Just Jeremy. In episode one, Lady Shadow attempts and fails at retrieving an important CD, due to the fact she is pregnant.
In part two, Lady Shadow succeeds as her newborn baby is used to take down the enemies. Lobster Bisque A chef in tuxedo played by James Perry, who is obsessed with bisque. He debuted in Season 2, Episode 8. There have been five Lobster Bisque segments. The Mad Scientist, played by Matt Meese, is a Frankenstein-esque scientist re-creating things such as sports, Valentine's Day, and junior high school.
He is accompanied by Igor, played by Mallory Everton. There have been three segments of The Mad Scientist. The Martian Vlog Jason Gray plays an obnoxious astronaut named Mark Watney, desperate for subscribers to his vlog about living in space. All Girls Want Bad Boys: At least Natalie thought she did in "Bad Boy Rap," until Whitney and Mallory take it too far, and she ends up meeting a perfectly nice and handsome accountant, whom she immediately falls for.
All Just a Dream: Matt and Whitney try to convince Jason that he's dreaming by pulling off impossible feats that baffle even themselves. Actually, Whitney is the one who's dreaming. In "Kyle's Halloween" Kyle's father has a nightmare that his overactive child was able to gain access to his trick-or-treat candy supply. He wakes up, and is relieved to find he still has the key to the freezer where it froze the candy.
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Only for Kyle to appear behind, and remove the key from his sleeping father's pocket. Now I have two! Stephen has a nightmare to find that Whitney, their son, his grandfather and everybody in the world are just pillows. He wakes up to find to his delight that everybody is back to normal, pillows with faces. All Women Love Shoes: Matt was actually unaware of that fact. In "It's A Wonderful Life Jimmy Stewart's wife became an old hag! Whitney said she never wanted to have kids!
Well, not your kids! Clarke to Watney in the "Martian VLogs. Nintendo is portrayed as an American "little startup company" in the 80's, when in reality, it is a Japanese company that has been in operation since Later he and Luigi, along with some of the other features mentioned in the sketch, showed up in Mario Bros. And even though the planet is made of gold and diamonds, and populated by fluffy bunnies, nobody dares bother it.
Contrasted with the Atrocious Alias given to another star, "Wounded Lover". After an awkward peck on her cheek, he resets for Cho, but gets Professor McGonagall.