Upright Citizens Brigade

Character: Colby / Various
Created by: Matt Besser, Amy Poehler, Ian Roberts
Premiere date: August 19, 1998
Episodes: 30
Genre: Comedy
Running time: 30min

Agents Adair, Antoine, Colby and Trotter both monitor and create chaos across the universe. The sketches you see throughout most of the show are different subjects being monitored. At the end of each episode all the sketches and characters come together into one final sketch. Besides all the sketches, they have other segments where the UCB Agents venture out with hidden cameras, and try to incorporate the content of their bizarre sketches into the real world.

Cast & Characters

Matt Besser (Adair / Various), Amy Poehler (Colby / Various), Ian Roberts (Antoine / Various), Matt Walsh (Trotter / Various), Del Close (Narrator)

Season 1

1x01 - The Bucket Of Truth (original airdate: August 19, 1998)

Cassie befriends the Unibomber, and the Bucket of Truth unleashes chaos in suburbia.

1x02 - The Story of the Toad (original airdate: August 26, 1998)

Carrie attends a meeting for ugly people, and Antoine performs Operation Backrub in a public park.

1x03 - Saigon Suicide Show (original airdate: September 2, 1998)

The brigade arranges a stunt-variety show to eradicate prejudice.

1x04 - Power Marketing (original airdate: September 9, 1998)

Duke Thompson pitches a new power marketing strategy; ass pennies are a way to get the upper hand.

1x05 - Children's Revolution (original airdate: September 16, 1998)

Two enthusiastic teamsters put on a puppet show for children, and a couple reels from their son's infurating verbal condition.

1x06 - Poo Stick (original airdate: September 23, 1998)

An underground organization tries to disrupt happy couples.

1x07 - Lady of the Lake (original airdate: September 30, 1998)

Drunken fraternity boys.

1x08 - Time Machine (original airdate: October 14, 1998)

The group targets sex and seduction for elimination.

1x09 - Cyborgs (original airdate: October 21, 1998)

Counselor Henry shows campers the ways of Jesus, and Rogers calls a board meeting to discuss missing money.

1x10 - The Little Donny Foundation (original airdate: November 4, 1998)

Little Donny, a young boy with an enormous penis, inspires other kids with medical anomalies, and adults make new discoveries about his condition.

Season 2

2x01 - Master Dialectician (original airdate: June 14, 1999)

A newborn baby bolts from his parents as soon as he's out of the womb, and a Grandmaster Dialectician gets an inspiring new student.

2x02 - Bomb Squad (original airdate: June 21, 1999)

Two procrastinating bomb squad officers seize an illegal dildo bong from Bong Boy, and the Wu-Tang Clan invades the UCB headquarters.

2x03 - Mogomra vs. The Fart Monster (original airdate: June 28, 1999)

An accountant tries to help her frivolous client, and a masseuse must deal with an excessively flatulent customer.

2x04 - Real World (original airdate: July 5, 1999)

A man examines the daily injustices that people who are color blind face.

2x05 - Eli's Face Therapy (original airdate: July 12, 1999)

A salon owner keeps rich women beautiful by slapping them across the face, and a man burns calories by pretending to flee armed soldiers.

2x06 - Infested with Friars (original airdate: July 26, 1999)

A woman treats her home for an obnoxious infestation, a waiter gets a detailed rundown of his new job, and a teenager discovers a way to beat his curfew.

2x07 - Spaghetti Jesus (original airdate: August 2, 1999)

Duke Thompson attempts to cure left-handedness, and the Spaghetti Jesus goes missing.

2x08 - Big City (original airdate: August 9, 1999)

A trash girl takes a rich man out of his house for the first time in his life, and a hooker is put in charge of a gourmet coffee shop.

2x09 - Hurricane (original airdate: August 16, 1999)

Bong Boy strikes again, and a TV weatherman tries to save Miami from a devastating hurricane.

2x10 - Supercool (original airdate: August 23, 1999)

In the UCB's "What Is Supercool" documentary, a veteran describes his service as a drugged-up war baby and prisoners scare kids straight.

Season 3

3x01 - Costumes (original airdate: January 17, 2000)

A couple installs Wolfman Jack technology in their home, and the UCB tries on the kinky world of costume erotica.

3x02 - Mafia (original airdate: January 24, 2000)

A woman takes her scrapbook obsession too far, and the UCB explores the seamy underworld of organized crime.

3x03 - Hospital (original airdate: January 31, 2000)

UCB overhauls the health-care system.

3x04 - Band (original airdate: February 7, 2000)

A band consisting of musicians with limited talents can't decide on a name, and a city slicker from the Big Apple joins in on a Southern cakewalk.

3x05 - Food (original airdate: February 21, 2000)

Fitness fascists search for hidden fatties, and a hungry subway conductor holds a train hostage.

3x06 - College (original airdate: February 28, 2000)

Santa Claus peddles a new liqueur, and a demon overruns a Christian basketball game.

3x07 - Sex (original airdate: March 6, 2000)

To resurrect a fallen agent, the Upright Citizens Brigade invades an orgy.

3x08 - Small Town (original airdate: March 20, 2000)

A quiet small town deals with earthquake parties, dolphin aliens and Armageddon.

3x09 - Technology (original airdate: March 27, 2000)

NASA creates a space food alternative to edible panties, and an astronaut questions his concept of reality during a vacation.

3x10 - Pro Thunderball (original airdate: April 3, 2000)

During a look back at Thunderball, an infamous player terrorizes his opponents on and off the court, and a former game honey reminisces about her time on the field.