The Kids in the Hall - Running Faggot

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Nintendo Psycho : A true Canadian folk hero.

Steven Moore : I love that I grew up on this and other offbeat comedies like this.

Thomas : They did this live last night (May 30th, 2015) in Portland, Oregon. Part of the joke was "we'd never get away with this now".

Dave Kingsland : Yeee Hawwwww! Walking Talking stereotypes!!

LordSpleach : 10 people don't know Scott Thompson is gay!

pongkong : kids in the hall by far is the best sketch show there ever was.

teako north : YEEEHAW! 'WALKING TALKING STEREOTYPES!' YEEEEEHAW!

muddykipz : Back when it was okay to be transgressive. Christ, I think even Buddy Cole would get complaints today.

Brian Mouland : To all progressives hope you're offended!

tdpack2003 : Love The Kids in the Hall. This show kicked ass!

Jarod Smith : Sixty years ago, my grandfather bought this parcel of land. He was a strong man, an honest man, and with the help of his young family he cleared this land. He made his home here. The land, well, it was rich and good. The crops, well, they grew tall and sturdy, as did the McIntyre name. That's a name that's become synonymous with truth and honesty in these parts. Over the years, we've all worked this land, and loved it, and it's loved us back. And then in the summer of '69, I grew a tail.

Daniel Dougan : Bruce McCulloch actually was the one who wrote this sketch. But Bruce said in an interview they ran it by Scott first, and having him in the group gave them license to explore homosexual topics more. So, no, Scott did not write this one, but he was closely consulted.

someguy827 : "Godspeed through Texas, Faggot".

Simon Lee : I don't understand why I like this sketch so much

Duneedon : Running freeeeeeeeeeeee.....

Pinkaugust : Running from the rednecks, that line is the one that really stuck with me! XD

UberMan5000 : Oh no, these six letters next to each other are so horrendous! Good thing TV these days has mostly had its "offensiveness" replaced with treacly stupidity, depriving television of content and entertainment in the name of political correctness. Thank goodness for that, right? -_-

Jamessir : Godspeed through Kansas!  (Especially today)

ebonyruffles : LMAO remembering the shit they could get away with on TV back then.

Bobo Uzala : I sure do miss the 80s, when a gay guy could stand up and say the word faggot.. with pride!

Paul Bellini : Yeah, you're all wrong here.

Jarred Meadows : I miss Kids in the Hall.

william badovinac : another superb sketch

weepingguitars : What?

Steve Joseph : Great sketch..but are there rednecks in Canada?

Arthur R : I want to make this my ringtone

P4to_themaster : ahahahhahahah!!!

jeff bird : This is to funny

pizzicatoiv : 2017 tip: this video got me robo-banned from facebook for a week.

soulsimplistic : This was alway one of my favorite skits ever from KITH. Til this day, I still sing the "running free" part.

RJ8812 : this skit would get crucified if it aired on TV now..hahaha

BeanyRoo : People are getting too offended. This dog is supposed to make fun if people who make fun of gay people. Think about what you say please!

Vigo 894 : You haven't been watching Comedy Central, have you dude?

ComedicArtist866 : YEEEE HAWWW WALKIN TALKIN STEREOTYPES!!!!

Prinszi : I'll never get tired of this sketch.

FawkesUniverse : kids in the hall predates jon lajoie!

Miles Varga : High Five!

John Smith : I'm surprised the SJW didn't try to get this taken down.

Torus2112 : I actually just really like this song.

Eric Schmack : I actually saw them do this live last year and it had us laughing hard the whole time.

Meladnify : And that makes it more okay? Don't take this the wrong way. I'm not siding with Erik. I think The Kids in the Hall is brilliant, and I love this video, but I don't see how Scot being gay changes the point. People can be just as offended by terms like "faggot" even if it comes from a gay guy. In some cases it may differ, but in some cases it won't.

Mr Control : I really hope this was Scott Thompson s idea...

arithilemn : i ascertain that this is a great song.

Boombox Vigilante : running freeeeeeeee

Cam Anderson : Running free

Erik Norgiel : only in the 80s could such language have been used..it made an excruciating time all the more excruciating....thank goodness this type of "humor" can no longer be seen on TV..a reflection of a much too conservative time...shame on you guys for pulling that all the same

laurent kosakowski : Is that jon lajoie?

Cam Anderson : This song is always playing in my head

jacob Varley : apparently you don't watch ANY new TV.

Cam Anderson : Dont