Kroll Show – Wheels, Ontario – Mikey’s Sexual Education

Kroll Show – Wheels, Ontario – Mikey’s Sexual Education


GOT THE VERY LAST
GOVERNMENT-ISSUED SEX KIT HERE.
– OH, COOL.
– OKAY.
I KNOW SEX
CAN BE SCARY SOMETIMES. SO THIS WILL HELP YOU
MAKE IT FUN AND SAFE. HERE’S A MAPLE-FLAVORED
DENTAL DAM. IT ALSO GLOWS IN THE DARK. THAT’S IF YOU WANT TO PERFORM
SOME CUNNILINGUS, AND YOU CAN ALSO
TRY RIMMING. HERE’S A VIBRATOR FOR YOU. WE’VE GOT THE BUTT PLUG
AS WELL. CAN USE IT
FOR SOMEONE’S EXIT. – IT LOOKS LIKE A SQUID. – DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
FOR ME, MICHAEL? – WHAT IF
I’M NOT GOOD AT SEX? OR WHAT IF
I’M SO GOOD AT IT, I BECOME OBSESSED WITH IT? OR WHAT IF IT’S SOMETHING
I DON’T EVEN KNOW? I GUESS IT JUST ALL
FEELS SO COMPLICATED. – WELL, I WOULD TRY
THE BUTT PLUG. YEAH.
– COOL. – ONE THING,
I WOULD RECOMMEND USING SOME OTHER PROPHYLACTICS,
UNLESS YOU WANNA END UP LIKE YOUR FRIEND
TOONS OVER THERE. – BREATHE IT ON OUT.
BREATHE IT ON OUT, TOONS. AND BREATHE OUT.
AND GOOD. THAT SLIMY
LITTLE BUTTERBALL’S GONNA DROP RIGHT OUT OF YOU.
[chuckles] – OH, HEY, MIKEY.
– OH, HEY, TOONS. HEY, COACH TEACHER.
WHAT ARE YOU DOING DOWN HERE? – OH, I’M NOT JUST
A WHIRLING COACH. I ALSO COACH CANADIAN LAMAZE. – AND HE’S THE FATHER. – OH, HOW FAR ALONG
ARE YOU, TOONS? – TEN MONTHS.
– OH, SO YOU GOT TIME. – WELL, MWAH. GOTTA GO TO THE CAFETORIUM, WORK MY SHIFT AT
THE JUNIOR NEEDLE EXCHANGE. YOU BE GOOD,
YOU BE GOOD. – THANKS FOR STICKING AROUND,
MIKEY. – OH, I GOTTA GO.
PEACE OUT, TOONS. – PEACE OUT. – HEY, COLLETTE,
I DON’T KNOW IF WE’VE EVER FORMALLY
BEEN INTRODUCED, BUT MY NAME’S MIKEY. – GOSH, I THOUGHT
YOUR NAME WAS LEGS. – OH, NO, THAT’S
MY CASUAL GOOF NAME THAT EVERYONE CALL ME
‘CAUSE THEY HATE ME. – WELL, YOU JUST TELL THEM
TO HUSH UP. – MAYBE I WON’T BE SO HARSH,
BUT I’LL DO THAT. – SAY, I’D LOVE TO STAY
AND CHAT, EH, BUT I HAVE MINUTES
TO PROOFREAD, SO– – OH, NO DOUBT,
NO DOUBT. HEY, I WAS WONDERING,
COLLETTE, WOULD YOU BE GAME
TO BEING MY PARTNER AT THE MAPLE GAMES TONIGHT? – OF COURSE I WILL.
I’LL SEE YOU THERE. – OH, COOL.
– PARDON ME. – AWESOME.
THAT’S REALLY EXCITING. – OH, PARDON ME.
– PARDON. I GUESS I’VE GOT A DATE– A DATE WITH INTERCOURSE.

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85 Comments

  1. Maybe in the prairies but not in Ontario… I've never heard someone saw aboot. We don't talk funny like this.. It's such a stereotype

  2. Wheels Ontario should be a show by itself. Pregnant chicks have MTV, deaf people have that Switched at Birth, wheel chair people deserve wheels ontario.

  3. lol why the fuck are they all in wheel chairs?!?hahaha is that like a health care joke or something?? who thinks of this shit, pretty funny tho

  4. if you think this show is bad then you are just thirsty for laughs… look at how well made this is for a comedy sketch aha perfect. "Peace out Tunes!" 

  5. As a born and raised Ontarian, I can confidently say that ALL of us talk like this, this is not in any way, shape or form exaggerated.  Nick Kroll, who is not Canadian surprisingly has developed such an accurate and realistic depiction of the way we speak, dress and carry ourselves.  In addition to this stereotypical accent (that we all have, including Sarah Palin apparently), all other stereotypes are quite accurate-we live in igloos, we ride polar bears, we put maple syrup on everything and we learn to skate before we learn to walk. EH!

  6. I honestly think people who don't get Kroll Show humor are lower IQ and don't recognize the patterns in tv shows and people's behavior that this show is so accurately mimicking. This show is hilarious

  7. all or nearly all of the positive comments are by kroll or one of kroll's 30 k employees. http://henypire.blogspot.com/2014/01/review-of-kroll-show.html

  8. Most people may think they're exaggerating, but after watching the first season of You Can't Do That on Television, they nailed it.

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