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Long-time Sketch Comedy readers will remember my amigo Robert Montoya. He currently resides in Texas, where he writes stories and believes in liberty.
Have a comic on Wednesday! I am going to try to get you a third comic for Friday. It seems fairly feasible as I write this, and even should I fail, you at least got this week’s second comic early.
And in the meantime, you can endure my shill.
Santa Howard shirts! Get one for yourself, and then lord it over all your friends who cannot afford such finery! Rub it in their faces that you, not they, are the owner of this sartorial masterpiece!
I am a terrible salesman
CALLBACKS: I am a Purchasing Rockstar: We Mean Business
I have to credit the Warehouse Guys for inspiration on this one. There really is an ancient cup of ice cream that we’re not sure who it belongs to and we’re afraid to take it.
In other news: It’s Cyber Monday, and we’ve got some original artwork and shirts on sale in the Sketch Comedy Store! Check out our selection and do some Christmas shopping for the Big O fan/armchair anarchist/midwestern surfer in your life. Or get some stuff for yourself!
Also, in case you haven’t seen it yet, there is a new Holiday Howard shirt available (pictured above). You can even customize it with a personalized holiday message!
Special thanks to Lifeprint.com for their sign language resources.
Robert Montoya wrote pretty much all of the words! I just drew the pictures.