- n. Plural form of skit.
“The only part I liked with the skits is the one where Nagi is quietly reading the manga.”
“Please - even the overly repeated SNL Palin skits are worn out ....... lets move on already! republicanturneddemocrat”
“I agree with kathy: "I thought the McCain skits were helpful to him.”
“(Soundbite of 'Hometown Glory') Ms. ADELE: (Singing) I like it in the city when the air is so thick and opaque I love to see everybody in short skits, shorts, and shades I like it in the city when two worlds collide You get the people and the government Everybody taking different sides ...”
“This week they had to create short skits from a scenario we gave them.”
“Turns out the act was staged, and very well, at that; Olesiak, a former semipro football player and minor league baseball player, often is enlisted by the Bear to participate in skits when he comes to town.”
“Indeed, the NBC show mercilessly spoofed Alexander and Kilpatrick in skits featuring Jane Curtin and Dan Aykroyd, whose matter-of-fact delivery of the line “Jane, you ignorant slut” became part of the comedy lexicon of the 1970s.”
“Geiss spent over three decades working as a staff writer and a composer for "Sesame Street," the award-winning kids show that features Jim Henson's Muppet characters in short skits and animated sequences.”
“Is it so wrong to keep the Oscars somewhat dignified and refrain from such immature "skits" - I for one don't tune in to see that kind of crap.”
“This seminar will present basic dance movements that can be used for exercise, entertainment, or for performance in skits.”
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