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Sausage Fest with the Kids in the Hall

David Lynch? Guy Maddin? No, it’s the Kids in the Hall in another classic sketch on the Nerdist Channel, this one, “Love and Sausages,” written by Bruce McCulloch and Norm Hiscock and parodying every movie about which you’ve thought, “well, it’s incomprehensible, so it must be art.” Afterwards, Bruce and Mark McKinney talk it over with Chris Hardwick and talk about how it nearly broke up the band. (Bruce says he was into filmmakers like Andrei Tarkovsky and, well, there WAS a budget to deal with…)

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Comments

  1. Dennis says:

    You said you’d bring me sasssages.