Although the bully wants to fight, Bobby has a trick planned to stop him. Bully Butch enters and is surrounded by some of the other kids.
Characters: Bobby, played by a relatively small kid Bully Butch, played by a larger kid Other kids (as many as you want)A group of kids run on-stage. He brags loudly about himself, pushes a kid, grabs someone’s lunchbox, and kicks a ball away.
Themes: Easter; Looking to people and material items to fulfill things that only Jesus was meant to fill; the idea that all we really need is Jesus in our life; Jesus fulfills and completes us & is the only one who can Themes: Father's Day; parenting mistakes; looking towards the future; relationships between children and their fathers; expectations for your children; correcting past mistakes; accepting your children for who they are Themes: Lies vs.
Skits dealing with serious situations like drug abuse or addictions are handled in a sensitive yet effective way. There’s a bully on the playground, but one kid is having none of it.Dave explained to me, “He’s a black guy who doesn’t know he’s black,” and it just never made sense.I never knew what he meant, and then he explained to me that the character went to boarding school, and that’s why he didn’t know. It came rushing in, like I completely got it immediately.She said crack was invented and distributed to intentionally destroy the black community; AIDS was too. Looking back, do you think that the lack of information about who’s working on the show, and the absence of online critics and social-media users picking things apart the next day, gave you more comfort to do this? Was Comedy Central concerned about the content at all? I mean, obviously it’s inflammatory, but Comedy Central’s thing was ” which is a good policy.Their two biggest money-makers have been South Park and The Daily Show, the two most subversive shows of all time. It needs to be inflammatory for it to be successful in some ways.How did the concept evolve from that seed to the guy being a hero of the white-supremacist movement?That was just the natural progression in sketch comedy.and he said, “Man, people will laugh at anything.” When you were writing it, did you feel like it was going to have the impact that it did? We didn’t, because it didn’t feel any more button-pushing than anything else we were doing.The next episode we had a white woman singing black thoughts. If everyone’s looking over their shoulders, it’s not going to make the stuff better.And Dave introduced it by saying that he hadn’t been canceled yet but this sketch might do it, and that he showed it to a friend who looked at him like he had just set black people back with a comedy sketch.Yeah, that was a guy named Cey Adams, who was the art director for Def Jam for, like, 15 years. That was back in the days before things went viral.