Cornell's history can be traced through the sketches of The Skits

Well, maybe that's overstating it.  But we've made a whole lot of sketches (some of them good!) through out the years.  Here are the shows we can remember.

2015

Fall 2015: The Skits Present: Key Lime Lie

Less sad, but more silly.  We had sketches about 16th century girl talk, lazy disciples of Jesus Christ, Nancy Drew's personal demons, and Iris by the Goo Goo Dolls. 

Spring 2015:  The Skits-O-Phrenics Make It To Nationals!

Our first show of 2015 was our saddest in a while.  Maybe something was in the air, but we had sketches about guns in schools, teacher immolation, self-burial, leaving Neil Armstrong on the moon, and confusing a baby with a basketball.  Shit got dark.


2014

Fall 2014:  Lunch Break

Lunch Break was pretty zany.  God, these descriptions are hard.  Cause how do I know if it was more or less zany?  I'm just a current Skit, not some omniscient narrator.  I need to fill this with text, so fuck it, this was Skits most zany show.  Done.

Spring 2014: The Skits-O-Phrenics Really Messed Up This Time!

  • Contained such hits as:
    • "Cha-Cha Slide"
    • "Jesus's Brother Derrick"
    • "Tropical Paradise"

Winter 2014: Ivy League Comedy Festival

  • Included such hits as:
    • "ScOrgy"
    • "Morning Paper"
    • "Son of Schwarzenegger" 

2013

Fall 2013: Picture Day

  • Containing such hits as
    • "Ben And Jerry"
    • "Excuse Me"
    • "Bombs"

Spring 2013: The Skits-O-Phrenics Turn 100!

At our 20th anniversary, we had one of those reunion-y shows.  We're already looking forward to our 25th reunion show in 2018!  That is, if there's even still a world to perform for... oh god... all the signs I should have seen... 


2012

Fall 2012: The Skits-O-Phrenics get a Boyfriend

Spring 2015: Cinnamen


2011

Fall 2011: Plastic Bags are so Bad

Spring 2011: Don't Be weird about it