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A battle between good, evil; tall and short. That's right. It's shoulder angel time. The Shoulder Angels are played by five different people: Matt Meese, McKay Jacobsen, Stephen Meek, Adam Berg, and Stacy Harkey. Matt also plays the Shoulder Devil in Shoulder Devil and Shoulder Angel and Devil. Stephen and Stacy are shoulder angels only in the Presidential Shoulder Angel. McKay is a Shoulder angel in Shoulder Angel Angel and Shoulder Angel and Devil. Adam is a shoulder angel in The Wrong Sketch.
Matt Meese plays a life-sized shoulder angel. Humor results from the fact that Shoulder Angel feels the need to physically and awkwardly climb to a perch upon the right shoulder of the body of each character for which he attempts to act as a conscience. His catchphrase is "Poof!" which he says upon entering the scene. A variant on this skit is Shoulder Devil, also played by Meese, a life-sized, obese devil who also climbs the body of each character he attempts to tempt. The concept of Shoulder Angel and Shoulder Devil is inspired by a sketch from BYU Divine Comedy, recorded in the fall of 2008. In several sketches, Divine Comedy cast member McKay Lindsey also appears as a shoulder angel, appearing alongside Matt Meese. Debuted Season 1, Episode 2. Shoulder Angel and Shoulder Devil have appeared in six sketches.
Bank robbers have a conscience too.
The shoulder devil is harder to carry than an angel.
The Shoulder Angel has met his match.
The Wrong SketchEdit
Season three of Studio C is here!
Shoulder Angel AngelEdit
Everyone needs a little advice.
Shoulder Angel and DevilEdit
Angel vs. Devil... who wins?
Presidential Shoulder AngelEdit
Who needs a Shoulder Angel more than the President?
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