(intense music) (buzzing) – Yes, Katie! Thank God you’re here. The funniest thing just happened to me and you’ve gotta put it
in one of your skits. – Wait, is that why you
called this emergency meeting? – Yes, your family’s totally fine. So, yesterday I was, you
know, doing my thing, writing parking tickets,
and I had just had the greatest bagel of my life. So I’m writing this ticket, I look down, I wrote it for a bagel violation rather than a parking violation! (laughs) Oh my God, can you imagine! That’s a perfect skit! – Yeah, it’s pretty funny. – I got a lotta good material for you. – I’m actually good. I have a lot of sketches, um, on my own– – I don’t need the credit or anything. People love, like cop humor. Here’s one, is a cop
keeps scratching her… little car on poles… and garbage cans. They worry she has a drinking problem, but she just has, I think early glaucoma. – I, I guess I just don’t
really see how that’s a sketch. – I got another one! How about this cop who
used to be a horse cop? Cop goes flying off the horse, bashes her head in, and then
has strokes every now and then. (laughs)
– Cheryl, first of all, I know that that’s just your story, but I just don’t really
see how this is a sketch. – Okay! Hey, we can just
brainstorm a bunch of ideas. Hey guys, why don’t you
come down to Cindy’s and we will have a skit brainstorm! – Don’t waste their time with this. – Oh my god, I didn’t push the button. How about a skit about
a cop who always forgets to push the button on her walkie-talkie so she can never get backup? – If you think that’s funny, that’s great. You write it.
– I mean, I have other ideas that aren’t necessarily cop stuff. What about a woman who has to
meet her mom’s new boyfriend and she keeps calling
him by the wrong name? And for a while, it was innocent, but then towards the end of the dinner, it was kind of out of malice
– Okay… – because she was like, “I miss my dad.” – I just can’t really see it on paper. You know?
– Well don’t you worry because I put it on paper, yeah! 22 pages– – That’s too many. – Of pure comedy gold. Heightens to space. – Not to be mean, I don’t
like any of your ideas. – They’re not dumb! It’s not like I’m having you your pants at the end of a skit. – That’s funny, I… Yeah, it does sound dumb,
but I bet that could be done in like a really, like artistic way? And there are actually a lot
of theories about comedy. And, um, some people think that the using the most lowbrow joke is often a way to, to height–
– Oh, my god. – What? – You’ve done that! I have to see
– No! Don’t, hey, c’mon, I– – Uh!
– Just believe me! (murmuring on screen) – Oh Katie! Ew! That looks like real poop. – [Katie] It was! – Was it yours? – Yes! – [Cheryl] Oh my god! – [Katie] Stop it! – [Cheryl] Ew!
– [Katie] It was funny! You don’t understand comedy, okay? This is, I do comedy so I would know what’s funny, right? You don’t understand it. That’s why you don’t get it. – Ew. – Thanks for watching that
promo of “Kingpin Katie”. If you liked it, I’m gonna blow your mind. There’s full episodes you can
watch right now on Dropout. They’re action-packed
and they’re super funny and I am saying that and I don’t know why. I normally am not proud
of the things I’m in. Go to Dropout.TV and start
your free trial today. – (from walkie-talkie) 10540, Code Red. A convicted serial killer
has escaped from prison. – Woah! – Yeah, I usually put
this thing in the trunk. It goes off all the time.