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Kevin McDonald's Kevin McDonald Show

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Kevin McDonald (The Kids In The Hall) performs and records a live old-school variety hour that features famous friends, musical acts, new sketches, and uninhibited tomfoolery!

Customer Reviews

Any KITH fan will love this!!! Sketch comedy still rules!

Being a Kids In The Hall Fan, I might be viewed as biased, but this is a very engaging podcast. It makes fun of itself, great guests, and funny writing. Kevin Mcdonald has finally found his solo path where he can shine like the other Kids. Very funny.

Sorry,I like it.

Kevin McDonald is a(n) hilarious person.
Old people might remember him as the ugly one on a silly Canadian drama called "the Hall Monitors"
In the sunny resort town of Santa Barbara California he is so admired that an imposing,20foot statue of his likeness(in the style of "David" (but better)) surveys every tourist rube on Main St.
You can see his balls throughout the square.
Great Podcast Kevin McDonald!! Well done.

Refreshingly old school comedy brilliance

In a world of one-on-one podcast interviews in dank garages, it's great to hear Kevin McDonald (one of the undersung geniuses of improvisational comedy as well as an acknowledged sketch master) take his podcast to an old-school format: live on stage in front of a cheering audience, with original sketches, stories, and songs. His first guests are each brilliant in their own way and he even gets Wallace Shawn to act in a brand-new comedy sketch. As Sherlock Holmes. I mean. This is gold.