You can see sweat spots on Timmy's suit. Fat guy in a suit + hot studio lighting + running around trying to punch a wily guy = giant sweat spots.
The sketch ends like this because the troupe really didn't know how to end it. In live performances, Timmy's mind is blown, he short-circuits, and has to be carried off the stage.
The girl also appears in the Season 2 sketch Falling Ladies. You're welcome, people watching the uncensored version.
Zach likes to think that Timmy's character considers being driven home once by Kimberley dating.
Timmy's character has probably never worked up the courage to fingerblast Kimberley.
This is the first time Timmy has seen breasts.
Europeans 1 A re-enactment of the interaction between colonists and Indians in 1620 makes the Indians look like jerks.
Indian 1: Darren
Indian 2: Sam
European 1: Zach
European 2: Timmy
This sketch was shot on the stage of a real school somewhere in New York. The stars on the curtains are there to motivate kids. "You can be anything. Shoot for these! ... Just kidding! Student looooans!"
A line of thought from this sketch reappears in the Season 2 sketch Period Sketch. ("Do you have a problem with our forefathers' treatment of the savages?")
Crying At a restaurant, Zach tells his girlfriend that he has a brain tumor. They cry, until the waiter arrives and announces the specials, one of which is the clam chowder that gets rid of brain tumors.
Zach took inspiration for this sketch from an episode of Six Feet Under, where Nate Fisher confesses to his brother David that he has a brain tumor and cries. The episode he's referring to is the second episode of the second season, titled Out, Out Brief Candle. Zach thought it was funny.
Zach would ravage Darren's character. On the other hand, Jim thinks she's naggy and Trevor thinks she's close to a unibrow and doesn't like the fact that she's tied a ribbon around her stomach.
White Castle Blackout: Zach tells Trevor about the time he ate at White Castle.
Themselves: Zach, Trevor
Shot on Martin Luther King Day 2003 (January 20).
Europeans 2 A re-enactment of the interaction between pilgrims and Africans in 1769 makes the Africans look like jerks.
African 1: Darren
African 2: Sam
Pilgrim 1: Zach
Pilgrim 2: Timmy
The Africans' necklaces are dog biscuits on string.
Zach's favorite line is "it's okay, we can all cram in."
Darren always does the same run: he runs left, and then cuts right.
Opposite Day Lawyer In a courtroom, Mr. Lawyerstein informs the jury that Opposite Day has just begun, and gets into a battle of wits with the prosecutor. The sketch ends with another topless plug for WKUK on DVD.
According to Zach, the redheaded lady wearing the blue shirt (in the front row of the jury) had some reservations about going topless. Before shooting started, Zach had asked the people in the jury if they were all okay the women taking their tops off. No one answered, but a little while later the redheaded lady tugged on his shirt and said something along the lines of "actually, I don't think I'm prepared to take my top off." She's probably a teacher at a Christian school and perhaps was concerned about people seeing her topless on a deep cable channel.