This particular moment showcases all five of those elements when Jones and Reilly try and enlist the Murray into their guy's club, while the enticing couple is holding a peach and banana respectively. The Lettermen Irish hockey team has its problems and when the big professional players step in; they help out on the ice, but when it comes to talking trash, each of them fails miserably.
Jones and Reilly step up and teach them the Jedi way of chirping at opposing teams that culminates in a fantastically funny sequence. The three engage in a charade of sorts with baby talk, grabbing each other's thumbs and bobbing up and down in pure bliss, only to be walked in on by Katie, who calls them out for being idiots.
In this Lettermen moment, Katie sets up her big brother Wayne with a matchmaker to help him get back on the playing field after a bad breakup. This highly comedic sequence features the main cast of Lettermen, relaxing in front of the produce stand having a talk of the proper noises to make during sex.
Such is the case when Wayne, Darry, and Squirrel Dan have a quiet ice fishing session inside their small wooden hut that is not big enough for a game of dodgeball. The three engage in a conversation on the enjoyment of sushi and sashimi, but Wayne and Darry keep pronouncing it shush and sashimi, replacing the letter H, which gives old Dan a panic attack as he tries to slowly say it the right way in his pluralized utopia.
In the seventh season, Wayne, Darry, and Squirrel Dan host their own public access show called “Crack-N-Agg,” where they give advice and educate their neighbors with life lessons and Chopin' properly. Fully aware he's live on television, he states that he's not been measuring his member correctly for decades and upon listening to Howard Stern on the radio on the correct measuring guidelines, Murray realizes he's grown a full inch, bringing his Canadian carrot to 5.1.5 inches.
In this hilarious episode, Wayne, Darry, and Squirrel Dan head on over to Deck family farm, who are a group of Mennonites, and help them with some Chopin'. The three friends hear constant rumors on how Mennonites pay outsiders every so often in order to procreate with one of their family members to prevent issues at birth with inbreeding.
On a sunny day, three friends are having a catch with the baseball, as they talk about condiments at restaurants that lead into Squirrel Dan revealing a romantic encounter he had recently on a date. This causes both Wayne and Darry to leave Dan out of playing catch and ignoring him completely as he talks about the sensual anal encounter.
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Before we get ahead of ourselves, let me give you the scoop on Lettermen : it’s a situational comedy about a fictional town in rural Ontario, Canada. It revolves around the lives and problems of several social groups: The Hicks, led by leading man and show creator Jared Keep as Good Ole’ Boy Wayne ; The Skids, led by night-walking meth prodigy Stuart; The Hockey Players, a sneaky-great duo named Riley and Jones who endeavor to wheel, snipe, and cell, and occasionally they explain what some of those things mean; and a revolving carousel of small-town denizens, each of which is never what you might expect.
Step 2: Come back to this guide and watch the sets of episodes by character. Having watched him in numerous interviews, I’m convinced that who Jared Keep is, as a person, is essential to what makes Wayne a special character.
“Relationships” (Season 2, Episode 3) In a brilliant re-envisioning of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Wayne gets signed up for a dating service and painfully scrapes his way through all manner of romantic comedy trappings in a matter of maybe 12-minutes of screen time. But in the second episode, The Lore of Wayne is built in a miraculously short amount of time.
He fights a bunch of guys, co-authors what almost was the softest birthday party on record, and has the time of his life with frosting. When we first meet Daryl, played by Nathan Dales, he’s a bit of a punchline for all the best Wayne and Katy jokes.
It revolves around the gang recounting to Day his blackout-drunk buffoonery from the previous evening’s party. When Lettermen stops and decides to build episodes around him, Nathan Dales is always up to the task.
There’s an authentic enthusiasm he exudes when Day gets the odd chance to lead the way. “Les Piques” (Season 3, Episode 4) On the gang’s trip to a frozen lake in Quebec for some fishing, Day shines with his long-gestating jokes, his anger toward the French, and his ridiculous 180-degree turn in the name of love at the end.
At some point in your Lettermen journey, you’ll meet a man named Bradley. When asked if he was a feminist, Wayne once famously said that he trusts his sister Katy with just about any job over a man.
In a lesser show’s hands, Katy is an easy character to peg as “the woman in the group who is written like a man,” but there’s so much more going on here. Katy’s best episodes: “Puck Bunny” (Season 3, Episode 2) Upon learning that the puck bunny (aka hockey groupie) that’s causing dysfunction in the local team’s locker room is Wayne’s cheating ex Angie, Katy goes undercover to rid the locker room of its meddlesome lady.
“The Election” (Season 2, Episode 2) If it weren’t for Katy lyrically undressing her adversary (Devon, a skid with bravado) in the Dollar Store parking lot, this episode is otherwise a little of a snooze (at least by Lettermen standards). But she commits metaphorical atrocities that would make any Real Housewife shake in her boots.
The fabulous foursome at the heart of all Lettermen adventures is the show’s sweetness, Squirrel Dan, played by comedian K. Trevor Wilson. And while he may have rightfully earned his nickname and can get quite squirrel from time to time, Dan is also a devout social justice warrior and follower of Professor Trisha, who teaches his Women’s Studies class.
Hopefully we’ll get to meet Professor Trisha someday, but for now, Squirrel Dan is plenty to love. In a moment of sound self-awareness for the show, K. Trevor Wilson becomes the blandest, most delightfully wholesome stand-up as Dan lives out a fantasy.
But when Wayne and Day plan a menu of Sushi and Sashimis, Dan almost keels over. Known as The Skids, this group of meth enthusiasts is often found to be an antagonizing force in Lettermen.
They game, they dance in parking lots, the commit petty vandalism, and they do it all while conjuring new synonyms for meth. “Super Hard Easter” (2018 Easter Special) With all the other skids visiting their families for the holiday, Roald aspires to drag Stuart out of a depressive episode by celebrating Zombie Jesus Day.
And guess what, that’s all true, because Reilly and Jones spend most of this episode being hilariously knocked around by AFIS. “The Lettermen Leave” (Season 4, Episode 5) While Wayne and Co. are being lured into a polyamorous trap by the Murray, Reilly and Jones accidentally take Ritalin instead of Steroids and yarn-wall an incredible workout plan.
You’re likely to also see Trio Horn, who plays Tanks, breakout in movies soon enough, but for now, she’s busy stealing every scene of Lettermen that she occupies. Tanks’ best episodes: “The Of’ College Try” (Season 5, Episode 2) After a few years of poking and prodding, Tanks finally lands herself a chance to take Letterkenny’s most eligible Wayne for a spin.
In the spectacular failure of their relationship, we learn a lot about Tanks and in the end, it’s hard not to respect her independence here. “Hard Right Jay” (Season 5, Episode 2) In the show’s most overtly political (and current event specific) episode, a gag about a Hard Right water coming to Lettermen to stir up trouble could have gone so wrong.
“Force of nature” is an often used and not-so-often properly applied term in the world of pop culture criticism. But Gail, as played by Lisa Covington, is a real force of nature every time she saunters (or stumbles) into a scene.
She’s the horny small town bar owner with a heart of gold and a penchant for breeding dogs. Gail’s best episodes: “Uncle Eddie’s Trust” (Season 2, Episode 5) With the whole town trying to woo Wayne and Katy to score Uncle Eddie’s philanthropic inheritance check, Gail pitches what basically amounts to The Bachelor, but with Wayne.
Even if this one is the most obvious type of holiday episode, it also has a storyline in which Gail used to bump ugliest with Letterkenny’s longest running Mayor, Uncle Eddie. “Finding Stormy a Stud” (Season 2, Episode 6) Up to this point, Gail was just the foul-mouthed bar owner.
In this episode, we learn that she’s got a real skill for breeding beautiful dogs and a few hot takes that bring her in confrontation with Squirrel Dan. Here’s my theory about Glen, as played by the show’s co-writer, co-producer, and director Jacob Tierney.
I don’t think Mr. Tierney is as concerned with delivering any sort of complexity with small-town preacher in the sheets, freak in the streets Glen. He’s a very seriously good director and a driving force behind the fact that this show looks way better than it has any right looking.
I’m not sure how accurate Lettermen is, but it paints a hilarious picture of life in the small town. You might have to learn some new phrases, but don’t worry we have you covered with these hilarious Lettermen quotes.
Chen is the hockey league and rips is a term for weed. Wayne and his friends seem to have a blast, and if you are a fan of the show, you have undoubtedly been left in stitches thanks to their inappropriate sense of humor.
Check out these funny Lettermen quotes, learn some everyday slang, and have a good laugh! “Tim’s, McDonald’s, and the beer store are all closed on Christmas Day.