The Cool Kids Put On A ‘Sh*t Show’

The Cool Kids are one of the best rap duos of all time. A few months ago, the group reunited and released “TV Dinner,” their first video together in years. The clip revolved around Mikey Rocks and Chuck Inglish watching a TV with each of them playing various characters on something called The Shit Show. Now we know, the show is real and the show is hilarious.

It opens with comedian Hannibal Buress asking the Cool Kids on his podcast if smoking weed ever makes them scared. After both stating yes, the show gets trippy before Sir Michael Rocks even lights up. Soon after he sparks the joint, he can start hearing his hair grow.

The Shit Show also features weird shit things like Twista balancing a pool stick on a cue ball; a semi-naked man sleeping in a fridge, Tyler, the Creator impersonating Jim Jones and Uncle Clarence rocking some kicks with spinners on them.

Hopefully the outrageously funny episode will be followed by another one soon. The series is directed by Jimmy Regular, who has been responsible for some of the duo’s videos in the past, including “TV Dinner.” Watch the first episode above and check out our interview with the Cool Kids where they tell us about their favorite rap duos.

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