“Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time” is an irreverent sketch show, where each sketch is filtered through the twisted point-of-view of stand-up comedian Nick Swardson. Swardson takes the viewer into his demented world through a series of sketches.
Nick discusses sketches that didn't make it; drunk girls cause problems at a fast food restaurant; a first time dad gets upset about visitors at a hospital's baby nursery.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick talks about how happy he is to be working with Gay Robot again. Sketches include a cereal parody, a radio personality who has a knack for delivering bad news, and innovative camping equipment.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick talks about the trouble they had casting the Freddy Krueger sketch. Sketches include a parody of Nightmare on Elm Street, a parody of Top Chef, Nick as a ballet dancer, and a parody of a 1940s mummy film.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick discusses his horrible kitten sweater. Featuring sketches about an ill-fated couple's role playing, a family's guest with an uncontrollable need for the bath room, Gay Robot trying to buy plane tickets to an alien probing site, the scenario of Titanic if it was in an underwater planet, a forest ranger's job of breaking up homosexual intimacy, the recovery of a time capsule filled with sexual objects, and a man who wants to work at a cupcake factory with a twist.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A parody of James Cameron's Avatar set in an office, a TV show, called "Critter Getters", about two men capturing a bear, and an appearance by Superman.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick discusses his obsession with scatological humor at an early age. Sketches include a TV show about a masturbating sniper, pirates following a treasure map tatooed to one of their scrotums, and a man with unorthodox survival skills (such as bashing out his teeth to make a weapon to fight night creatures and bigfoot, eating rocks, and giving himself oral sex.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Sketches include a commercial for a restaurant where only certain customers get to eat free, a man consolidates both his businesses due to the recession, and Wheelchair Cat ends up in the hospital.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick talks about Johnny Depp's amazing life. Sketches include a couple's disastrous date, a stripper getting magical powers, and a breakfast cereal character turning a holiday dinner into a nightmare.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick talks about sitting next to actress Liv Tyler during a first class flight. Sketches include a man receiving a unique face transplant, a distraught family, and Garry Gaga trying to warm up to the new police captain.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick discusses how dirty the show can be. Sketches include inappropriate paramedics, a house haunted by an optically challenged portrait, Gay Robot's creepy neighbor, an ill-fated jungle expedition, and a civil-rights-era fable.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Nick tells a personal story about an accident with unusual consequences; the results of an extraterrestrial paternity test is revealed on talk show Clarencé; Reed O’ Frampton’s amazing cleaning product the ”Beep Beep Sweep”; a charity campaign to get Africans to help pathetic Americans; homemade coupons as a gift for new parents and trial lawyer Darren Jeremy uses his unique talents to maximum advantage both in the courtroom and the bedroom.
Nick talks about dive bars; 16 (months) & Pregnant parody, Wheel Chair Cat has to defends one of his nine lives in court; an infomercial for a new ab-workout device using natural male self motivation; playing out an old fantasy during a zombie apocalypse; high school student Dijon’s senior project video “Baby Not From Booty”; Nick talks about charity drive themes that might be more popular and how he’s not a morning person; a new product called “International Waters” and online gaming add-on “The Smack Transporter”.
There’s blood, tears, vomit, urine and donkey sperm - lots of donkey sperm. In the premiere of comedian Nick Swardson's sketch-comedy show, a man is upset when his mother leaves all her money to the family cat. Nick dedicates the show to his dead cat. Also: a father who compiles a "bucket list" for his son; and a profile of Lady Gaga's brother, a police officer in New Jersey.
Nick talks about figure skating, smart phones & texting; A man must deal with the consequences of his dog’s extreme boredom; new product the “Handy Man 3000”; The parents of a nubile young woman insist that her suitor reveal everything he has to offer their daughter; Nick presents events in the “Partying Olympics”; Local Weatherman Storm Rains style clashes with that of his co-workers and a new kind of boxing heavy bag called the “Pump Punch”.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
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