Poker players give their inner thoughts, Ann helps a visitor find a good book, and the police chief tries to protect innocent ears.
We Make your Plates so clean you can see your face in them.
Rock, Paper, ScissorsEdit
Be careful who you play Rock, Paper, Scissors with.
Ann "The Librarian" WithersEdit
No library is safe.
Grocery Bag ChallengeEdit
One trip is all you ever need.
Automated phone systems are more than frustrating.
Just Jeremy: How to MustacheEdit
How to grow the perfect mustache.
Awkward Avoidance Viking: Drive-ByEdit
Be Careful who you flirt with.
Protecting the InnocentEdit
Bring your daughter to work day isn't so straight forward for ever profession.
|Sketch Title||Views||Like Ratio|
|Rock, Paper, Scissors||820,000+||98.4%|
|Ann "The Librarian" Withers||710,000+||97.2%|
|Grocery Bag Challenge||1,630,000+||98.7%|
|Just Jeremy: How To Mustache||520,000+||97.5%|
|Awkward Avoidance Viking: Drive-By||1,040,000+||98.6%|
|Protecting the Innocent||2,360,000+||99.3%|
- Adam and Stacey don't appear at all this episode.
- Matt appears in the most sketches of this episode, he doesn't appear in Background Check and Just Jeremy: How To Mustache.
- This episode features the first instalment of Ann Withers, the second instalment of Just Jeremy, the third instalment PSA sketch and the fourth Awkward Avoidance Viking.
- Protecting the Innocent has the highest rating this episode, while the sketch with recurring character Ann Withers has the lowest rating, a rating just above the 97%.
- Poker Face is the sketch with the highest amount of views this episode. It's the third oldest sketch to have reached three million views, after Channel Surfing in Season 1 Episode 6 and How Are You Feeling in Season 1 Episode 8.
- Protecting the Innocent is the only other sketch with more than two million views.