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the past, I had seen requests for Kids in the Hall sketch transcripts
on alt.tv.kids-in-hall, so in June '96 or so I decided to dedicate
my free America Online storage space to KITH text. As the page
continued to grow, I ran out of "free" space on AOL and started
to store scripts with Xoom and Tripod. It became very unruly to
maintain. Additionally, I wanted to expand the scope of the Transcripts
page and so here we are. KITHfan.org officially "launched"
in January of 1999.
main focus of KITHfan.org was still transcripts, and no matter
how I tried to expand the scope of the site, it always came back
to the transcripts. A few notes on the transcripts. First, if
you're looking for some type of official hard copy of sketch transcripts,
there is none. Second, the transcripts are just that- transcripts.
At times, it's hard to make out what someone is saying. If you
spot what you think is an error, it probably is. The transcripts
are the best guesses at the actual scripts, but are not the actual
scripts. Finally, within the transcript, you will see a note where
the skit came from. The material is obviously the property of
Broadway Video and Kids in the Hall. Publication
of this information here is for purely nonprofit purposes, in
an effort to create one place on the web where fans of Kids in
the Hall and their comedy could find text to their sketches. Now,
if you want to use a transcript on your site or perform it in
public, I neither have the power to give or deny permission to
early 2000, I began to work out a more "comprehensive"
KITH site. More info, more media, more stuff for fans to do, more
everything. The idea sprung from making an interactive FAQ-like
site. The old, outdated alt.tv.kids-in-hall FAQ is weaved into
this site, keeping within the permission granted by the FAQ's
copyright. Please visit the site contributors
page to read more about the FAQ. Little did you know it years
ago when you did it, but you may have in part helped make this
site possible - make sure you're thanked on the contributor page.
from the FAQ-oriented material on this site, there is more original
writing, artwork, media, and so forth than there was before. All
material on this site is not available for sale anywhere; therefore
the site does not take revenue away from the owners of the material
and does not purposefully misuse any material seen on this site.
If you wish to use any of this material for any purposes, please
credit anyone mentioned as a contributor to that material and
link to http://www.kithfan.org. This is an open site, and I invite
you to share what you see on it with others, just realize someone
spent time contributing that material and deserves the credit
that goes along with it.
this is a fan site. The site operates at a loss. At no time will
this site ever attempt to "make money." The material
on this site does not belong to anyone but the originators of
the material and therefore it would be wrong to pocket so much
as a dime from it. If any cash of any degree ever results from
this site it will go toward hosting fees (web or Palace), prizes
for contests, or other activities directly related to bettering
the site for all.
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"Noteworthy" by Encyclopedia
Britannica's Internet Guide.
Three of Four stars by Microsoft's Internet Start Web Directory
, before Microsoft redid their "exploring guide" to resemble every
other search directory out there.
• Given Three Stars by ZDNet's
Internet Tonight, 7.31.98.
• Deemed "Hot" by Q107, Toronto.
• Mentioned online by Chicago
Tribune columnist Eric Zorn.
• Given Two of Three stars
/ Go Network.
• Linked to by CFAX
1070 on their Useful and Unusual page. I wonder which category
this page falls in.
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