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Bruce McCulloch and Paul Myers on the enduring relevance of The Kids in the Hall

Bruce McCulloch of The Kids in the Hall and Paul Myers, the author of the first authorized book about the comedy troupe, share some stories about The Kids in the Hall's most beloved sketches.
Bruce McCulloch of The Kids in the Hall and Paul Myers, the author of the first authorized book about the comedy troupe, share some stories about The Kids in the Hall's most beloved sketches. 17:43
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Bruce McCulloch of The Kids In The Hall drops by the q studio to share stories behind some of the comedy troupe's most beloved sketches. He's joined by Paul Myers — musician, author and brother of comedian Mike Myers — who wrote the first authorized book about the group, called The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy

McCulloch and Myers walk through some of the history of The Kids in the Hall and talk to q host Tom Power about the group's enduring legacy and appeal.

Watch the full conversation with Bruce McCulloch and Paul Myers above. 

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