Uncle Jermy (Jeremy Guskin) should be ashamed of himself making us cackle like that at all those crazy, un-PC, often hysterically funny, whacked-out comedy bits that he crammed into the blender that is his creator-head and served up for his late-night audience (which was plentiful and enviable in its size, proportions and volume on the laugh-meter.)
From a funny rubber-legged Conor Lane as Mr. Birthday, to the drolly deadpan cleaning lady - Mala Madson, to the Nazified Paul Eiding, from a child chef guzzling kitchen chemicals, and a very funny Chris MacEwan, to the Applepan Sisters: Tara Jayn and the riotously spastic Natalie Lynch leering at Jermy's mid-parts - this is a guilty pleasure.
Jermy's near-satanic mien reminded me of Soupy Sale...
This was a hilarious short play. It was like blue's clues or pee-wee's playhouse if Paul Reubens was playing to an adult audience. I loved the puppetry, too! But the best part i can't even say because i wouldn't want to spoil it.
So much fun....