Carolyn Taylor, Meredith MacNeill, Aurora Browne and Jennifer Whalen star in this six episode series that takes a comedic look at our narcissistic contemporary culture. Fast paced and irreverent, Baroness von Sketch Show is a single-camera comedy, shot on location, that offers a witty take on everyday concerns. From the politics of ordering a coffee to entitled coworkers to open relationships, this satirical sketch show holds a fun house mirror up to modern life.
opics include: a message to extraterrestrials, sending nudes, and every office needs a hub.
Topics include: living without regret, the power of the placenta, and everyone has a podcast.
Topics include: it's an upside-down world for women, legal ramifications of the scrunchie, and peri-menopause.
A superhero for our times. We're all dehydrated. Going braless requires a sacrifice.
Groundhog Day. Don't move to Hamilton. A helpful cult.
Trapped in an airplane middle seat. Only cool babies can come to the party. The Bronte sisters love a bad boy.
Sketches include: Thank God it's Friday; a vegan's last meal, and Back pain: the horror!
No one wants to be a gay cliché. After 40 you're gonna want to exclusively drink white wine. A fierce manicure.
Sketches include: Who wants tickets to Cats?; the circles of support; and did anyone check the mouse's references?.
Another woman wears a great dress; second thoughts in the delivery room; the impact of incorrect spelling.
Tips on preserving an open bottled of wine; the girls tell a stranger to smile; a discussion on co-parenting.
A demanding birthday schedule, airport security has their eye on you and the drama of ping pong are featured.
Selfies with celebs, a prophetic bedtime story and magical the powers of a vision board are shared. Janeane Garofalo guests.
A little gossip between caring friends, a bit of sexual housekeeping and making the perfect campfire are featured. Jon Dore guests.
Binging on drama, what to say at a funeral and a corporate listening circle are featured. Gavin Crawford guests.
Taking the waiter's recommendation, work friends vs. Facebook friends and trivia night fights are featured. Gavin Crawford is featured.
Ups and downs of vet visits, a close shave before birth and seating at Thanksgiving are featured. Lea DeLaria guests.
When grammar feels bad, a shy boyfriend and running out of toilet paper are featured.
Being single post-apocalypse, the ultimate birth plan, it's an Unhappy Valley for this police officer. Featuring: Mae Martin
There is no such thing as a quick question. Red Wine Ladies go to a wedding. The dangers of the dance circle.
The politics of escaping the Titanic; that friend who always wants to dance; birthday wishes get too personal.
Cottage Rules; the importance of punctuation; what Air BnB hosts hope will happen.
A Space Jumper gets cold feet; officer workers cannot get sick; a Mother and Daughter Talk gets real.
You need something stronger than pot; the naked truth about keeping up with the neighbors; when a baby won’t stop staring.
Something special happens to a woman on her 40th birthday; the miracle of dry shampoo; maybe visiting your therapist at home isn't a great idea.
A mission to Mars doesn't go as planned; the odious side of open relationships; straight women flirt with a lesbian; Moms say, "Hello."
A Police Chief makes a killer fashion statement; planning the office Christmas party proves problematic; four friends manifest a night of red wine.
A pharmacist goes on a power trip; a hot date is interrupted; the politics of wearing flippers at the pool.