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      Season 2 – Crank Yankers

      2003 Comedy Variety List
      Reviews Yankerville, a twisted town inhabited solely by puppets, is the setting for re-creations of actual crank phone calls. Comics and celebrities -- a list that includes people such as rapper Eminem and comics Sarah Silverman, Wanda Sykes and Drew Carey -- make the calls. Among the regular pranksters are show creators Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carolla. Characters featured on the show on a regular basis include Special Ed, Elmer and Bobby Fletcher. The show originated on Comedy Central but new episodes aired for a time on MTV2. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Mar 4, 2003 Jimmy Kimmel & Sarah Silverman Featuring the voices of Adam Carolla, Tony Barbieri, Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman and Jim Florentine. Details Episode 2 Aired Mar 11, 2003 Wanda Sykes & Robert Schimmel Featuring the voices of Wanda Sykes, Jim Florentine, Robert Schimmel, Tracy Morgan, Jimmy Kimmel and Tony Barbieri. Details Episode 3 Aired Mar 18, 2003 Snoop Dogg & Kevin Nealon Snoop Dogg calls about running for public office; Hadassah has a run-in with a salesperson; with Kevin Nealon, Snopp Dogg, Jim Florentine, Sarah Silverman, Adam Carolla and Kevin Kimmel. Details Episode 4 Aired Mar 25, 2003 Jeff Garlin & Gilbert Gottfried Featuring the voices of Jimmy Kimmel, Jim Florentine, Jeff Garlin, Lisa Kushell, Super Dave Osborne and Gilbert Gottfried. Details Episode 5 Aired Apr 1, 2003 Fred Armisen & Kevin Nealon Featuring the voices of Tony Barbari, Jim Florentine, Fred Armisen, Dom Irrera, Adam Carrolla, Sarah Silverman and Kevin Nealon. Details Episode 6 Aired Apr 8, 2003 Wanda Sykes & Bobcat Goldthwait Featuring Patton Oswalt, Jimmy Kimmel, Bobcat Goldthwait, David Alan Grier, Tony Barbari, Dane Cook and Wanda Sykes. Details Episode 7 Aired Apr 15, 2003 Tracy Morgan & Michael Ian Black Spoonie Luv makes a mess with barbecue sauce; featuring Tracy Morgan. Details Episode 8 Aired Apr 22, 2003 Adam Carolla & Dr. Drew Pinsky Featuring Jim Florentine, Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Pinsky, Fred Armisen, Super Dave Osbourne and Sarah Silverman. Details Episode 9 Aired Apr 29, 2003 Jimmy Kimmel & Liza Kushell Featuring Kevin Nealon, Lisa Kushell, Jimmy Kimmel, Jim Florentine, Patton Oswalt, Adam Carolla and David Alan Grier. Details Episode 10 Aired May 6, 2003 Tracy Morgan & Fred Armisen Sarah Silverman, Fred Armisen, Kevin and Katie Kimmel, Tracy Morgan, Tony Barbieri, Susie Essman and Jim Florentine. Details Episode 11 Aired Sep 16, 2003 Jeff Goldblum & Fred Armisen Featuring the voices of Jeff Goldblum and Fred Armisen. Details Episode 12 Aired Sep 23, 2003 Featuring the voices of Wanda Sykes and Kevin Nealon. Details Episode 13 Aired Sep 30, 2003 David Cross & Jeff Garlin Featuring the voices of David Cross and Jeff Garlin. Details Episode 14 Aired Oct 7, 2003 Seth MacFarlane & Gilbert Gottfried Featuring the voices of Jimmy Kimmel and Gilbert Gottfried. Details Episode 15 Aired Oct 14, 2003 David Alan Grier & Super Dave Osborne Featuring the voice of David Alan Grier. Details Episode 16 Aired Oct 21, 2003 Robert Smigel & Dr. Drew Pinsky Elmer finds gay porn on his computer; Larson needs a housesitting job. Details Episode 17 Aired Oct 28, 2003 David Alan Grier & Jeff Garlin Featuring the voice of David Alan Grier. Details Episode 18 Aired Nov 4, 2003 Jimmy Kimmel & Adam Carolla Featuring the voices of Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carolla. Details Episode 19 Aired Nov 11, 2003 Bob Odenkirk & Fred Armisen Featuring the voice of Fred Armisen. Details Episode 20 Aired Nov 18, 2003 Patton Oswalt & Kathy Griffin Featuring the voices of The Wu-Tang Clan, Dave Chappelle and Sarah Silverman. Details Episode 21 Aired Feb 10, 2004 Eminem & Sarah Silverman Eminem makes reservations at a restaurant, in a story that features the voices of Sarah Silverman, Tony Barbieri, David Alan Grier, Katie Kimmel, Jim Florentine. Details Episode 22 Aired Feb 17, 2004 David Cross & Wanda Sykes Featuring the voice of David Cross. Details Episode 23 Aired Feb 24, 2004 Jamie Kennedy & David Alan Grier Featuring the voice of Jamie Kennedy. Details Episode 24 Aired Mar 2, 2004 Wanda Sykes & Kevin Nealon Featuring the voices of Kevin Nealon and Nicole Sullivan. Details Episode 25 Aired Mar 9, 2004 Jim Gaffigan & Fred Armisen Featuring the voices of Jim Gaffigan and Fred Armisen. Details Episode 26 Aired Mar 16, 2004 Eminem & Jeff Goldblum Eminem tries to get his daughter a tattoo. Details Episode 27 Aired Mar 23, 2004 Seth Green & Jamie Kennedy Birchum hires mourners for his father's funeral; Marcia needs daycare for her wolf-child. Details Episode 28 Aired Mar 30, 2004 Wanda Sykes & Dane Cook Gladys develops her negatives; Tobias hones his psychic skills. Details Episode 29 Aired Apr 6, 2004 Lisa Kushell & Sarah Silverman Special Ed shares his love of spaghetti. Features the voice of Tom Kenny. Details Episode 30 Aired Apr 13, 2004 Jimmy Kimmel & Fred Armisen Jimmy Kimmel's daughter needs alcohol, featuring the voice of Adam Carolla. Details Episode 31 Aired Jul 1, 2004 Sarah Silverman & David Alan Grier Eminem calls a hardware store to learn how to build a staircase. Details Episode 32 Aired Jul 8, 2004 Best of Season 2 Highlighting some of the funniest and most memorable calls from the show's second season. Details Next
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      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel, Daniel Kellison
      Network
      Comedy Central
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Comedy, Variety
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Mar 4, 2003
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