A church congregation takes their minister's sermon too literally, Matt tries to cheer up a sad friend, and a study group performs a scientific experiment on the phenomenon known as the Four Page Zone.
Passive Aggressive PastorEdit
This pastors words cut deep into his audience...can I get an AMEN!
Cheer Up Mix UpEdit
Things have been reeeeeally rough for Adam lately. But his friends b(r)ought him a puppy, and so everything will be better now!
The Other Parent TrapEdit
Switching places with your twin does NOT work in real life.
Featuring guest stars Brooklyn and Bailey.
What starts out as an awkward date for James and Whitney turns into something extremely different. Stay focused, and you might catch the change!
The Best Book for 24 Hours of ProductivityEdit
Learn how to thrive on this alternative sleep schedule. Order your book today!
College Research Project: The Four Page Zone Edit
Why do we make Matt do sketches like this? For science!
|Sketch Title||Views||Like Ratio|
|Passive Aggressive Pastor||1,660,000+||98.2%|
|Cheer Up Mix Up||2,590,000+||99.2%|
|The Other Parent Trap||8,050,000+||97.6%|
|The Best Book for 24 Hours of Productivity||1,660,000+||93.3%|
|College Research Project: The Four Page Zone||2,760,000+||98.5%|
- Whitney appears in all sketches, except for The Best Book for 24 Hours of Productivity.
- Stacey only appears in the first and last sketch, Passive Aggressive Pastor and College Research Project: The Four Page Zone. Natalie and Jeremy also appear twice.
- The Other Parent Trap has been uploaded on the channel of guest stars Brooklyn and Bailey, who are featured in this episode.
- The Best Book for 24 Hours of Productivity is the longest sketch of Studio C, being over 18 minutes long, and a shortened version was featured in the episode on BYUtv.
- All sketches in this episode have more than one million views.
- The Other Parent Trap is the sketch with the most views, with over eight million views.
- The Best Book for 24 Hours of Productivity has the lowest rating of this episode, with a rating lower than 92%.