Subject: the official kids in the hall FAQ Pt.2
From: behappy52@aol.comedy  (superbeth)
Date: 10/1/00 12:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time
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Part 2
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2.01) Dave Foley Bio and Vital Statistics

David Scott Foley
b.4 January 1963,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
m. Tabitha Southey  (31 December 1991 - 1997) (divorced) 
Two sons, Edmund (Ned, b. 1991) and Basil (b. 1995) 

Dave was born to Mary and Michael Foley, in a suburb of Toronto. He was their
second child, and grew up with two siblings, an older brother and a younger
sister. He dropped out of an alternative high school at the age of 17 to pursue
comedy. He began by taking classes at Second City in Toronto where he met Kevin
McDonald. They both worked together as ushers at a local art house movie
theater and together formed the original Kids in the Hall Dave met his now
ex-wife  in a bar when he was 20 and she was 17. He has said that their
relationship began when, right after being introduced to each other, they began
arguing over whether the lead vocalist of the group The Psychedelic Furs was a
good singer. Dave currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
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Actor - filmography
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Monkeybone (2000) .... Stu's Agent 
Toy Story 2 (1999) (voice) .... Flik 
Dick (1999) .... Bob Haldeman 
South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut (1999) (voice) .... The Baldwins 
Blast from the Past (1999) .... Troy 
Bug's Life, A (1998) (voice) .... Flik 
It's Tough to Be a Bug (199?) (voice) .... Flik 
Wrong Guy, The (1998) .... Nelson Hibbert 
Hacks (1997/I) .... Neal (also known as "Sink or Swim") 
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) .... Marv/Psychiatrist/Suicidal
businessman/New guy/Raymond Hurdicure 
It's Pat (1994) .... Chris 
Three Men and a Baby (1987) .... Grocery Store Clerk 
High Stakes (1986) (as David Foley) .... Bo Baker 
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Actor - filmography - TV
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"From the Earth to the Moon" (1998) (mini) TV Series .... Al Bean 
"NewsRadio" (1995)  .... David "Dave" Nelson 
"Kids in the Hall, The" (1989)  .... Various characters 
Lawrenceville Stories, The (1988)  .... Welsh Rabbit (in part 1), Old
Ironsides/Smith (in parts 2 & 3) 
Echoes in the Darkness (1987)  
Anne of Avonlea (1987)  .... Lewis Allen 
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Director - filmography
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"NewsRadio" (1995) 
"Kids in the Hall, The" (1989)-multiple episodes 
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Writer - filmography
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Wrong Guy, The (1998)
"Kids in the Hall, The"(1989)  
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Other Appearances (Talk Show, Guest Starring Roles, etc.)
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Superhero Roommate (2000)(voice) ... Russell in Internet Cartoon 
(available at http://www.icebox.com )
The Martin Short Show (1999) ... Various appearances
Celebrity Jeopardy ... March 1999 appearance 
E! Wild on the South Seas ... Segment on submarine
The Daily Show ... Various appearances 
Late Night with Conan O'Brien ... Various appearances 
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno ... Various appearances 
Loveline ... Various appearances as a guest host 
Howie Mandel's Sunny Skies ... Robin 
"Mr. Show" (1996) in episode: "Operation Hell On Earth" (# 2.5)
"Mad TV" (1995)...guest host(#1.7)
"Odds" video for Heterosexual Man(1993)
"Toonces" TV special(1992)... John Wilkes Booth
Gemini Awards(1990).... presenter
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Stage Work
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White Trash Wins Lotto ... (1999/2000) - The Roxy, Hollywood, CA 
(WTWL is a comedy/musical about the life of Axl Rose) 

2.02) Bruce McCulloch Bio and Vital Statistics

Bruce Ian McCulloch 
b.12 May 1961,
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada   

Bruce grew up an only child  in Calgary as "a moody kid." After high school, 
Bruce studied at  Mount Royal College, majoring in journalism and public
relations. He didn't graduate, but  instead he began performing  with
TheatreSports and the Loose Moose Theater Company, where he met up with Mark
McKinney. Together, they formed along with two other comedians, formed the
comedy troupe The Audience. Mark and Bruce moved together to Toronto where they
joined up with Dave and Kevin's The Kids In the Hall. Bruce has never been
married and has no children. He currently lives in Toronto.
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Actor - filmography
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Dick (1999) .... Carl Bernstein 
Dog Park (1998) .... Jeff 
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) .... Alice/Cisco/Cop/White trash
man/Grivo/Cancer Boy 
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) (uncredited) .... Cadet on Bridge 
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Actor - filmography - TV
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"Further Tales of the City" (2001) (mini) .... Father Paddy 
"Twitch City" (1998) .... Rex Reilly  
"The Kids in the Hall" (1989) 
"Anne of Avonlea" (1987) (mini) .... Fred Wright 
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Director - filmography
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Tragically Hip Video for "My Music at Work" (2000)
Superstar (1999) 
Dog Park (1998) 
Coleslaw Warehouse (1992) 
"Saturday Night Live"(1994-1995)  
"Kids in the Hall, The" (1989) (multiple episodes) 
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Writer - filmography
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Dog Park (1998)
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) 
"Saturday Night Live"(1985-1986, 1994-1995)  
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Discography
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Shame-Based Man (1995, Atlantic Records)  
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Other Appearances (Talk Show, Guest Starring Roles, etc.)
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SNL short by Jonathan Demme "Just say no"(1985)...high school guy
Late Night with Conan O'Brien ... Various appearances 
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart ... Various appearances
Mad TV ... Host 
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Stage Work
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Slightly Bigger Cities which toured Western Canada in 1997 and Eastern Canada
in 1999 (the first run was produced by One Yellow Rabbit 
and the second was a Crow's Theatre Production)
Trapped on a Lawn Chair ... one-man show written and performed by Bruce (done
for Tarragon Theatre. )
Jazz Stenographer ... same as above (done for Tarragon Theatre)
Two Headed Roommate ... same as above (done for Tarragon/Citadel Theatres)

2.03) Kevin McDonald Bio and Vital Statistics

Kevin Hamilton McDonald
b.16 May 1961,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada   
m.Tiffany Lacey  (1993 - 1995) (divorced) 

Kevin Hamilton McDonald was born in Montreal, Canada and  lived there until age
7 when his father Hamilton, a dental supplies salesman, was transferred to Los
Angeles, CA and moved Kevin, his mother (a homemaker), and his older sister out
there. The family later moved to Toronto, Canada. Kevin has described 
himself as an overweight, asthmatic child who spent most of his time in front
of the TV, studying up on comedy.  Kevin began his acting career early, taking
theater classes in high school. Kevin later attended Humber College as a
theater major, but was kicked out because he could only do comedy. However, one
of his teachers enrolled him in the famed Second City improv workshops. His
first day, he met Dave Foley and they quickly became good friends. They worked
together as ushers in an art house theater and together they  joined up with
Luciano Casimiri and formed the first incarnation of The Kids In the Hall.
Kevin currently resides in Los Angeles. 
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The Ladies Man(2000) 
Galaxy Quest (1999) .... Convention host in the last scene 
Dinner at Fred's (1999) .... Fred 
Godson, The (1998) .... 'Guppy' Calzone 
Boy Meets Girl (1998) .... Jack 
Wrong Guy, The (1998) .... Motel Manager 
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) .... Dr. Chris Cooper/Doreen/Chris' dad 
Senior Trip (1995) .... Travis Lindsey  
Saving Souls (1995) .... Featured Church Follower 
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Actor - filmography - TV
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"The Martin Short Show"(1999)...various characters
"Adventures of Hyperman, The" (1995) .... Studd Puppy 
"Kids in the Hall, The" (1989)
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 Writer - filmography
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Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) 
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Other Appearances (Talk Show, Guest Starring Roles, etc.)
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"That 70's Show"(5/1/2000) ... youth group minister in episode: "Holy
Crap"(#2.23)
"Ellen"(7/15/1998)...."Chuck"  in episode: "When Ellen Talks, People Listen"
(#5.21) 
"Seinfeld"(12/18/1997)...."Denim Vest" in episode: "The Strike" (# 9.10)
"NewsRadio" (12/16/1997) .... "Throwdini" in episode: "Stupid Holiday Charity
Talent Show" ( # 4.8)
"Ellen" (12/3/1997).... "Chuck" in episode: "All Ellen, All the Time" (# 5.10)
"Friends" (5/1/1997) .... "Guru Saj" in episode: "The One with Ross's Thing" (#
3.23)
"Mad TV" (1995) ...host( # 2.6) 
Late Night with Conan O'Brien ... Various appearances 
Canadian comedy special starring Dan Redican (1993)
"Odds" video for Heterosexual Man(1993)
Toonces TV special(1992).... Alien visitor
Gemini Awards(1990).... presenter
An HBO New Year(1990)... host (guest starring Dave, Scott & Tiggy the Dog)

2.04) Mark McKinney Bio and Vital Statistics

Mark Douglas Brown McKinney
b.26 June 1959,
Ottawa, Canada 
m. Marina Gharabegian  (September 1995 - present) 
One Son, Christopher Thomas Russell McKinney (4 March 1996) 

Mark was born to Russell, a Canadian diplomat, and Chloe, an architectural
writer, McKinney. Since his dad was a diplomat Mark and his siblings spent most
of their childhood  traveling with him. Mark's younger brother, Nick, is also a
comedian and appeared on the short lived Comedy Central sketch comedy show The
Vacant Lot. You can see Nick as a patron in a KITH sketch, where Mark
interrupts a fight between Bruce and his girlfriend. Mark attended a number of
schools in cities around the world while traveling with his father, including
Trinidad, Paris, and Washington D.C.  He met Bruce McCulloch at the Loose Moose
Theater Company, and the two joined with two other comedians to form the comedy
troupe The Audience which performed at Theatresports. Later, Mark moved with
Bruce to Toronto and met Dave and Kevin. They combined to form The Kids In the
Hall. Currently Mark and his family live in New York City. 
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Actor - filmography - movies
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Ladies Man, The (2000)
This Might Be Good (2000) (short from TIFF) ... Actor
Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang (1999) .... Mr. Fish 
Superstar (1999) .... Father Ritley 
New Waterford Girl (1999) .... Doctor Hogan 
Out-of-Towners, The (1999) .... Greg 
Fidelio (1998 ).... Mark
Night at the Roxbury, A (1998) .... Father Williams 
Dog Park (1998) .... Dr. Cavan 
Herd, The (1998) 
Last Days of Disco, The (1998) .... Rex 
Spice World (1997) .... Graydon 
Hayseed (1997) 
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) .... Don Roritor/Simon/German patient/Nina
Bedford/Cabbie/White trash woman  
Passion of John Ruskin, The (1994) .... John Ruskin  
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Actor - filmography - TV
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"Saturday Night Live" (1994-1997).... Himself 
"Kids in the Hall, The" (1989)
"Dynaman" (1988)(voice) .... Dynablue 
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 Director - filmography
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"Kids in the Hall, The" (1989)
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Writer - filmography
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Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) 
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Other Appearances (Talk Show, Guest Starring Roles, etc.)
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Strangers with Candy .... School Board Member
Late Night with Conan O'Brien ... various appearances
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart ... various appearances
Odds video for "Heterosexual Man"(1993)
 "Seeing Things" (1987) in episode: "Another Point of View" ( # 6.4) 
"Street Legal" (1987)... "Stanley" in episode: "Mr. Nice Guy" ( # 2.5)  
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Stage Work
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Fuddy Meers (2000) ... Millet (New York)
A Flea In Her Ear (1997) ... Don Carlos Homenides de Histingua (Roundabout
Theater, New York)
The Rivals ... Faulkland (Williamstown Theatre Festival)
The Ugly Man ... (One Yellow Rabbit Co. Tour - Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh &
Tron Theatre, Glasgow) 

2.05) Scott Thompson Bio and Vital Statistics

Scott Thompson
b.12 June 1959,
North Bay, Ontario, Canada 

Scott Thompson was raised in Brampton, Ontario. He is the second oldest of four
boys (the others are Craig, Derek, and Dean). At 19, Scott got involved in an
educational program called Canada World Youth, and spent some time in the
Phillipines. After CWY, Scott enrolled in York University, but in his third
year he was asked to leave for being "disruptive".Scott joined a Toronto improv
troupe called the Love Cats and while performing with them, he met Mark
McKinney, who introduced him to the rest of the  Kids In the Hall. He was a
guest performer with the Kids in 1984, and soon after became a member. Scott
currently lives in Los Angeles.
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Mickey Blue Eyes (1999) .... FBI Agent Lewis 
Hayseed (1997) 
Hijacking Hollywood (1997) .... Russell 
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) .... Mrs. Hurdicure/Baxter/Wally
Terzinsky/Malek/Clemptor/The Queen/Big Stummies scientist 
Out: Stories of Lesbian and Gay Youth in Canada (1994) 
Super 8-1/2 (1993) .... Buddy Cole 
Millennium (1989) .... Controller 
Head Office (1986) (uncredited) .... Man Outside Office Building (Extra) 
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Actor - filmography - TV
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"Further Tales of the City (2001) (mini) .... Arlington Luce
"More Tales of the City" (1998) (mini) .... Arlington Luce
"Larry Sanders Show, The" (1992) .... Brian (1995-98)  
Day One (1989) .... Chemist 
"Kids in the Hall, The" (1989).... Various characters 
Hot Paint (1988)  
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 Stunts - filmography
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Pure Danger (1996) (stunts) 
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 Writer - filmography
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Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy (1996) 
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Other Appearances (Talk Show, Guest Starring Roles, etc.)
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Pulp Comics(1999)
"Ruby"(10/5/1999)(# 3.11)
"Ruby"(9/29/1999)(# 3.9)
The Daily Show ... Various appearances 
Late Night with Conan O'Brien ... Various appearances 
The Tom Green Show(1999)
"Star Trek: Voyager"(4/28/1999)...."Tomin" in episode: "Someone To Watch Over
Me" (# 5.21) 
Dinner and a Movie(6/19/98)....appeared as Buddy Cole
"Veronica's Closet"(10/8/1998)...."Scotty" in episode: "Veronica's Great Model
Search" (# 2.3)
"Jesse" (1998) .... "Cecil" in episode: "Cecil, The Angry Postman" (# 1.18) 
"Tracy Takes On"(1997-1998)...Homosexuality Aversion Therapist in episode:
"Tracy Takes On...Religion"
"Oddville, MTV" (1997) 
The Juliana Hatfield Three video for "Spin the Bottle"(1994)
CMVA's (Canadian Music Video Awards)(1994)....presenter
Out:  Stories of Lesbian and Gay Youth in Canada (1993)
Gemini Awards(1992)...presenter
"Street Legal" (1987) ...."director" in episode: "Desperate Alibi" ( # 2.3) 
"Greatest American Hero, The" (5/6/1981) .... "Young Boy" in episode: "Fire
Man" (# 1.7) 

2.06) Who's the guy in the towel? When exactly is Bellini Day?
         
 The guy in the towel is Paul Bellini, a common friend of the Kids, who
 worked on the show on all 5 seasons, 4 of them as a writer.  Paul was 
 Scott's most frequent writing partner and helped create and write for Buddy
 Cole.
 In addition to playing himself, Bellini  played: 
 
 Richie Valens in the "Buddy Holly" sketch 
 A student in the sketch with Dave as the boring teacher/spy,
 Guy who informs the men at AT&Love about the fire in the building 
 Butler in "Chalet 2000" 
 Over-fed male slave in "How To Care For Your Male Slave"
 Napoleon in "Terriers". 

 Paul Bellini's B-day also known as Bellini Day:  Sept. 12

2.07) I heard something about a sixth kid in the hall, is this true?

 In the last episode, there was a sketch about the Sixth Kid in the Hall, a
joke about one of their producers,  Jeff Berman,  who would often appear in the
background of sketches, or as a silent character to avoid hiring extras.

2.08)Did any of the other writers make appearances on the show?
        
 Almost all of the writers on the show made numerous appearences
 in sketches,  in the movie, and some even in projects done after KITH.

Brian Hartt:
  Dave Gord in the "Daves I Know" video
  Writer in "This Sketch Was Written in Haste" 
  Guitar  player from "Smokin' on a Night Train, Chewin' on a Jelly Roll" 
  Disembodied head in the "Pit of Ultimate Darkness" where Hecubus is fired
  Scurvy-ridden street performer in the Son of Flying Pig sketch
  Tucker's co-worker in "Tucker: Mouse"
  Man who wants to go to the airport in "Cabbie Delivers Baby"

Diane Flacks 
  The Object of Affection in "Let the Flirting Begin"
  Girlfriend of Dean Deen, "The King of Empty Promises"
  Honeymooner in "Skoora the Gentle Shark" 
  Woman in Brain Candy asking about Tom Jones
  Woman at the Dog Park in "Dog Park". 
  Scott's wife in "Scott's Not Gay Anymore"
  Jerry Sizzler's (Dave) wife in the sketch where he reunites with Jerry
  Waitress in "Girl Drink Drunk"

Norm Hiscock 
  Man who shoots Scott in "Multiple Weddings"
  Guy in the "Cabbie Delivers Baby" sketch who gets a lobotomy
  Man in the sketch where a couple are introduced in a bar and pressured to 
  fall in love ("I swear to god, Helen, shut your face")

Also, although they're not writers:  

Luciano Casmiri (founding member of KITH)
  Man anally probed by aliens
  Priest in the sketch were Dave can draw a guy by the sound of his voice
  Doorman at the party in "Brain Candy"
 
Jim Millan (the director of the KITH 2000 tour and  of Bruce's "Slightly Bigger
Cities" shows) 
  Man  in the background of the sketch where Tanya is the unwanted party guest,
 seen as the guy in the background in the leather jacket and the long hair
  A cameo in "Dog Park"

Deborah Theaker (writing partner of Scott, seen in Scott's Pulp Comics)
  Date for the "Nobody Likes Us" Guys
  Papa in "Aroomba"

2.09) Who has guest starred on KITH?
  
 Some people who have guest starred on KITH:
   Neve Campbell as Laura Coepelli in "Horny Pizza Parlor"
   Nicole de Boer as Laura the girlfriend of Bruce's Bobby Terrance
   Don McKellar as the Bike Messenger
   Sarah Polley as the young actress in "The Agents: Last Call"
   Tracy Wright as Bruce's Mistress in "The Affair"

2.10) Did any of the KITH's relatives make it on the show? 

   Some family members did make it on the show. As stated before, Mark's
brother Nick appears as a fellow diner in the sketch showing Mark trying to
politely ask Bruce and his girlfriend to be quieter in a restaurant. Kevin's
mother appeared in the
"Sketch with just a middle" while Kevin and Dave's wives both appear in the
"Party across America" sketch as their girlfriends. Dave's nephew Sean appears
as the young Timothy Foo in "Dr. Seuss Bible" and as the boy at the end of
"Girl Drink Drunk" who brings Dave's milkshake. Also, Dave's ex-wife Tabitha
can be seen in the "Subject of Me" with Dave speaking of his spleen as the
woman Dave is kissing all over, and in a photograph Dave is weeping over in
"Pie-Eating Contest".

2.11) Was KITH ever nominated for any awards?

    KITH as a group:
    Won: KITH won the Golden Rose in 1993 at the Montreux Light Entertainment 
           Festival and numerous Gemini Awards through the show's run.
     Nominated: The writing staff for the fifth season (see: "Who wrote the
                       sketches on KITH) were nominated in 1995 for Outstanding
                       Individual Achievement in Writing for a Variety or Music
Program.  
                       Also KITH received two Cable Ace nominations for series
writing in 
                       1989 & 1990.
  
   Dave Foley:
   Won: Dave won the Film Showcase Jury Award for Best Screenplay for The      
           Wrong Guy at the US Comedy Arts Festival in 1998 (shared with Jay 
               Kogen and David Anthony Higgins). 
   Nominated: Dave was nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for Best
                    Film Performance Male for his role in The Wrong Guy in
                    2000.
  
   Scott Thompson: 
   Nominated: Scott got a Cable Ace nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy in   
                 1990. 
   
  Bruce McCulloch: 
  Won: Bruce won the Best Director award at the Muchmusic Video Music Awards  
           in 2000.   
  Nominated: Bruce was nominated for the Cable Ace Best Actor 
                    in a Comedy for KITH in 1990, the Best Original
                    Screenplay at the Genie Awards in 2000 for Dog Park and was
                    nominated for two awards at the 2000 Canadian Comedy
                    Awards again for Dog Park in the Original Writing for a
                    Film and Film Direction Categories. 
  
  Mark McKinney:
  Won: Mark won the 1989 Cable Ace Award for Actor in a comedy and he won      
           the 2000 Genie for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
           for Dog Park. 
  Nominated: Mark was nominated for the 1990 Cable Ace Award for Actor in a    

             comedy and also for a 2000 Canadian Comedy Award for his          
             performance in Dog Park. 

2.12) Are there KITH concert tours? How can I find out where/when?
       
       Yes and you have not truly lived until you've seen KITH live.
       They've run a few tours over the years, the most current one taking them
       to venues running around 1000 to 2000 seats, all over Canada and the US 

       Your best bet for finding out tour information is to check the
       newsgroup, Barb's Kids in the Hall Site (See "Where can I find
       KITH on the internet?") or to check the Comedy Central-run site at
       http://www.comedycentral.com/kith

2.13) What is the live show like?
        
      Way better than any description I could type here, full of ad-libbing,
      classic sketches, show-tunes, and new stuff. Here are lists of the
sketches
      performed from both the
      1994 tour and the 2000 tour.

1994 tour:
Open Act:
1) Poker Game
2) Gorilla Sketch
3) White-Trash Couple (first sketch "Can you truly love a small man?")
4) The first Simon and Hecubus (with cupping)
5) Kathie and Cathy wondering if the new guy is gay
6) The Guy With the Good Attitude Toward Menstruation
7) Gavin sketch with Mark painting the chair
8) Oral Sex Angel
9) Headcrusher/Facepincher
10) Indian Drum
11) Salty Ham
12) Citizen Kane
13) Doors Fan, done as a monologue without Kevin
14) Chicken Lady's Date
15) Buddy Cole's race monologue ("They say...")
16) Montage of Cop Sketches
17) Running Faggot
18) Reg

2000 tour:
Pre Show: Various announcements and video clips on KITH
1) AT & Love Reunion --  (NEW Sketch)
2) Mr. Heavyfoot Finds His Seat (NEW Sketch)
3) Buddy Cole - The Year 2000 (NEW Sketch)(2 separate versions)
4)Cops! (Some is New)
5) Daddy's Dyin' 
6) Head Crusher / Face Pincher (Some is New)
7) Jesus 2000! (NEW Sketch)
8) Sir Simon Milligan & Hecubus in: The Pit of Ultimate Darkness --- (Some is
New)
9) Gavin: Painting a chair (done with either Mark or Scott playing the role of
the painter)
10) Comfortable
11) Sandwich People
12) Chicken Lady's Date
13) Power of the Suburbs
14) Bloody, Salty Ham
15) Brian Monologue on having a party when Fran and Gordon go on Vacation
16) Love Me (done with Kevin and Mark)
17) Fran: Brian's Bombshell 
18) Jesus Christ Superstar (w/solo by Dave--Stairway to Heaven, Jeremy)
19)Encore: To Reg
At some shows:
20)Running Faggot          
21)The Poker Game

2.14) I heard that some of KITH appeared in a music video, is that true? 
         
   Longtime friends of the band, Odds (see the thanks section of their
  CD, "Good Weird Feeling"), Mark, Kevin, and Dave all appeared in the video
  for "Heterosexual Man" from the CD, "Bedbugs". This video is a few
  years old, so don't plan on seeing it on MTV, but Muchmusic has been known 
  to show it. Also the video was seen on Beavis and Butthead.

   From davidson@mercury.interpath.net (Drew Davidson):
  
  Part of the "Odds" video can be seen in the Beavis & Butthead 
  episode "Naked Colony".  When the Kids come on, Beavis and Butthead 
  say:
     Butthead: These guys seem pretty cool. [referring to Mark and Kevin]
     Beavis:    Yeah!  Yeah!  Heh heh heh.  If I was, like, old enough to 
                drink, and I was in a bar and I saw these guys, I'd sit
                down next to 'em and say, "Hey how's it going man?" Heh heh.
     Butthead: Yeah.  Huh huh huh.  And then they'd kick your ass.  Huh huh.

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