Lots of random, not a lot of funny
I didn't really think it was funny. There seemed to be a lot of punchlines without set-up, or a lot of jokes without punchlines.
"What a beautiful day-WHOA I'M PREGNANT" is not so much a joke as it is a set-up for a possibly humorous skit, but it moves on before it does anything with the idea.
I get that it's meant to be quick humour going for shock laughs, but it was all so predictably unpredictable. What I mean is there was no time to build up audience expectation and either fulfil or subvert that expectation. A lot of humour is in surprise, but when you know what's coming (or when you have no idea what is happening ever), it's a lot less funny.
An example of fast skit humour that works (for the most part) is the Laser Collection. Each skit had the expectation of someone getting blown away by a laser, and then it riffed on that expectation.
This is just a series of non-sequiters. Some people will find that funny, but it just fell flat with me.