His description of how the legitimate arms of Madoff Securities were run sounds like a skit out of Monty Python.
The skit features Julia Louis-Dreyfus as an island-hungry TV star customer and that unique brand of Cranston-Paul chemistry.
And by fit in, we mean the skit seemed to be trying to hard to capitalize on Jersey Shore's popularity.
Flashes popped, at which point Jane realized how her skit to please the Vietnamese would look back home.
Ailes claims that he wrote a skit for The Mike Douglas Show that was stolen by Bill Cosby.
In 1882, Mr. Toole, who has not been seen in burlesque for some time, takes part in a skit on rural melodrama.
My skit, it is needless to add, was very popular with the postmen.
This was a skit purporting to be an outline or draft for an article on Haslingers career.
At your request I originally inscribed this skit to our whole party.
In revising this skit while he was in prison, Hunt modified some of his earlier verdicts, but in the main he let them stand.
"piece of light satire or caricature," 1820, from earlier sense "a satirical remark or reflection" (1727), originally (1570s) "a vain, frivolous, or wanton girl" (originally Scottish, now archaic), related to verb meaning "to shy or be skittish, caper, frolic" (1610s), perhaps from Old Norse skjuta "to shoot, move quickly" (see skittish).