Though the Kids’ post-show fortunes have been varied, their status as one of the most formidable and influential sketch troupes endures to this day. It’s impossible not to see their fingerprints on everything from the defiant fuck-you attitude of HBO’s Mr. Show and the surrealist goofballery of Tim and Eric to the impressively three-dimensional characters of the Kroll Show and the complex racial drag of Key & Peele. — From "Hall Pass: An oral history of The Kids In The Hall."
College football has insanity at its heart and, really, throughout its body. It involves a game that is becoming increasingly questionable to play, a system of negligibly compensated labor that appears to be crumbling, a means for crowning a champion that makes minimal logical sense, and fans who behave like heathens, even by the already debased standard set by sports fans at large. — From a blog post on The New Yorker titled "The Iron Bowl: Mayhem at Auburn".