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      Season 3 – Crank Yankers

      2004 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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      Episode 1 Aired Jul 20, 2004 Featuring the voices of Ludacris, Wanda Sykes, Jimmy Kimmel, Drew Carey, Jim Florentine, Sarah Silverman, and Tony Barbieri. Details Episode 2 Aired Jul 27, 2004 Tracy Morgan & Tony Barbieri Terrence helps Spike Lee cast a reality show; features Bob Odenkirk and Tony Barbieri. Details Episode 3 Aired Aug 3, 2004 Andy Richter & Sarah Silverman Cammie looks for a housesitter; features the voices of Andy Richter and Kevin Nealon. Details Episode 4 Aired Aug 10, 2004 Jimmy Kimmel & Adam Carolla "The Truth" needs a private investigator; features the voices of David Alan Grier ad Seth MacFarlane. Details Episode 5 Aired Aug 17, 2004 Jimmy Kimmel & Kevin Nealon Niles Standish tries to create his own NBA franchise; features the voices of Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman. Details Episode 6 Aired Aug 24, 2004 Gladys calls about taking charm classes; features the voices of Wanda Sykes and Jordan Rubin. Details Episode 7 Aired Aug 31, 2004 Bob Odenkirk and Adam Carolla Birchum wants to hunt for Bigfoot; features the voices of Jim Florentine and Tony Barbieri. Details Episode 8 Aired Sep 7, 2004 Hadassah interviews a NFL quarterback for a teen magazine; features the voices of Ludacris and Lisa Kushell. Details Episode 9 Aired Sep 14, 2004 Special Ed and his new friend try to go bowling; features the voices of Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carolla. Details Episode 10 Aired Sep 21, 2004 Jack and Sharon Osbourne Elmer wants to take driving lessons; features the voices of Wanda Sykes and Jim Florentine. Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 21, 2004 Crank Yankers X-Mas The puppets spread a special brand of Christmas cheer. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 12, 2005 Cammie needs a sturdy bed; features Drew Carey and Jeff Goldblum. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 19, 2005 Tracy Morgan & Jimmy Kimmel Birchum recruits men to do his chores; features Wanda Sykes and Sarah Silverman. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 26, 2005 Jason Schwartzman & Hank Azaria Special Ed tries to get the alcohol monkey off his back; features Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Kimmel. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 2, 2005 Hadassah develops an attachment to someone's lost wallet; features the voices of Jason Schwartzman and David Alan Grier. Details Episode 16 Aired Feb 9, 2005 Tracy Morgan & Jimmy Kimmel Cammie get her home videos edited professionally; features the voices of Adam Carolla and David Alan Grier. Details Episode 17 Aired Feb 16, 2005 Spoonie Luv promotes his one-man love-scene videos; features the voices of Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Kimmel. Details Episode 18 Aired Feb 23, 2005 Bob Odenkirk & Tracy Morgan Elmer call a bus depot to reclaim his lost pacemaker; features the voices of Wanda Sykes and Kevin Nealon. Details Episode 19 Aired Mar 2, 2005 Elmer searches for a personal assistant; features the voices of Bob Odenkirk and Tracy Morgan. Details Episode 20 Aired Mar 9, 2005 Elmer arranges for large women to break in his new bed; features the voices of Dane Cook and Kevin Nealon. Details Episode 21 Aired Mar 16, 2005 Best-of Special The craziest and crudest calls from the third season. Details Episode 22 Aired Mar 16, 2005 Best-of Special A collection of the craziest and crudest calls from the third season. Details

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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
      Jul 20, 2004