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Sketched-Merry Sketchmas

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Comedy - Original

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Dec 17, 2008 | 10:50 AM EST
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Have you ever had one of those moments when the conversation just got WAY out of hand?

Happy Holidays everyone, here is the Sketched official Christmas entry. Check it out and let us know what you think.

End Credit theme- Merry Fuckmas, by Evil-Dog

-Update 12/18/08-
Hey! Daily second! Sweet deal. Thanks to NG and everyone who watched and voted.

-Update 12/25/08-
I have changed the language rating to excessive due to more than one complaint. Although I do stand by the fact that this video would garner a PG13 rating I also realize that on the internet and throughout this site that which might be considered a swearword is relative and more than one user has expressed that they feel we should reconsider our language warning. Done and done.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ho -ho-ho

I ´ll help to dwarfs


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good, but...

Nice animation and good work on voice acting, but one thing was not enough fotr me to give it 10/10- I don't know, maybe I should blame it on my computer, but the voices sounded pretty disorted.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

How did she know about the color yellow?

While I was watching this I was thinking "Why haven't i thougth about this as a joke?" I mean this was totaly my humor!
The punchline in the ending, I knew it was coming but the whole flash was so funny I couldn't keep myself from laughing.
If you made one for every christmas and evolved this story about these elfs, I would totaly watch it!
All and all Great Work!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


but it could have been better with out swear words

sirjeffofshort responds:

A double edged sword when you are dealing with improvisation (which is what portions of this skit were) is that often times the actors will slip in common colloquialisims that you often wouldn't see in everyday writing. I like to add this into my cartoons because it gives the dialogue a conversational flow rather than a ridgid and scripted feel, however the problem with that is that often times foul language can slip in there when an actor doesn't know what else to say. I always do my best to eliminate all swears as I think they make the speaker come off as ignorant (unless the character is SUPPOSED to be ignorant), however I think one or two if placed properly can actually enhance what a character is feeling. For instance I personally don't know a single adult whom, upon burning himself with a saudering iron, would screech anything milder than the word damn, I would actually expect it to go much farther.

In consideration for our younger viewers however, I have upped the language content warning as I do completely understand the viewpoint from which they are coming. Please don't feel as if I am trying to rip into anyone who expresses their oppinion on our sketches, I appreciate every one of our viewers and reviewers, I just think it is important for everyone to listen to and respect all sides of an issue, and only then can a viable solution be found.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Some great sync and some good jokes, the ending had me laughing most though :)

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sirjeffofshort responds:

Awesome. I'm really glad you enjoyed it as your animations are really great as well. I spent the last three weeks animating the thing and that ending still makes me laugh. Thanks for the review.