Good Cop and Bad Cop call in a friend for backup, the Great Kenny has his greatest magic trick yet, Captain Literally saves us from hyperbole, and the long awaited will of Ezekiel Josiah Worthington is read.
There's the good cop, the bad cop and the ugly cop.
It isn't a big deal, till it happens to you.
Meant to Do ThatEdit
Just play it cool.
Captain Literally, Part 1Edit
Introducing Captain Literally. Balance restored!
Captain Literally, Part 2Edit
Watch as Captain Literally goes out again to restore the balance, and fight wrong word usage.
Peter Pan's ShadowEdit
Sometimes your shadow just gets in the way.
Just Jeremy T-Rex ArtEdit
Jeremy explores the incredible things the T-rex has done with such short arms.
Last Will and TestamentEdit
Would you do this much for money?
|Sketch Title||Views||Like Ratio|
|Meant to Do That||1,810,000+||98.6%|
|Captain Literally, Part 1||1,750,000+||99.0%|
|Captain Literally, Part 2||1,480,000+||99.2%|
|Peter Pan's Shadow||1,560,000+||99.0%|
|Just Jeremy: T-Rex Art||540,000+||98.0%|
|Last Will and Testament||1,420,000+||99.3%|
- Whitney appears in all sketches, except for Just Jeremy: T-Rex Art.
- James only appears in Last Will and Testament, Adam and Natalie only appear in Captain Literally, Part 1.
- This episode features the first two episodes of Captain Literally, the third Just Jeremy and the fourth PSA sketch.
- This episode features the first time that Kenny Baldwin is part of a sketch, he's the magician in 1-800-Phone-Magician.
- Captain Literally, Part 2 and Last Will and Testament are the two highest-rated sketches in this episode.
- 1-800-Phone-Magician is the most viewed sketch of this episode, and aside from Just Jeremy: T-Rex Art, it's also the worst rated.
- 1-800-Phone-Magician is the only sketch with more than two million views.