I Think You Should Leave is a short sketches series with one absolute star: Tim Robinson.
Each episode lasts about twenty minutes and contains several short sketches that you either like or hate. It’s a wacky sense of humor that messes with everything. Joke after joke, it makes you gasp for breath and, through parody, it knows how to take life not so seriously, making fun of absolutely everything through Robinson’s histrionic performances.
Tim Robinson conveys something special that only great comedians have: you either like him a lot or you don’t like him at all: he gesticulates to exhaustion and his performances are highly exaggerated, almost in a histrionic humor from another era. Are we getting some Jim Carrey vibes here? It’s like one of those zillion-flavored ice cream parlors: there are skits for all tastes, and we’re not just talking about stand-up. There are some nice interpretations, everything is well-recreated, and it even contains small cinematographic jewels inside, with bad to very bad and good to very good jokes in this great surprise box of a thousand different skits in a single series.
A single episode contains five, six or seven skits: more than enough to keep you laughing all week, little pills of absolute stupidity or supreme wisdom, you choose.
Just keep an eye on him because this Tim Robinson is the comedian of the moment and, after watching the series, we fully understand why.
Do not miss it because this gentleman burns calories in each of his gestures -as you will also do laughing, if this is your vibe- and he gives his all in this series, great for some and a great claptrap for others.
That’s for you to decide.
I think you should leave created by Zach Kanin and Tim Robinson, directed by Alice Mathias, Akiva Schaffer and starring Tim Robinson and Sam Richardson.
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The Star: Tim Robinson
Tim Robinson is a comedian, writer, and actor from the United States. Robinson was born on June 23, 1981, in Detroit, Michigan. He is best known for his work on the TV show “Saturday Night Live,” where he was a cast member from 2012 to 2013. Robinson is also known for creating and starring in the TV show “Detroiters,” which ran from 2017 to 2018 on Comedy Central. More
Has This Ever Happened To You?
An awkward exit at a job interview. A very specific legal problem. Things get ugly at the “Baby of the Year” contest. A gift receipt causes stress.
Thanks For Thinking They Are Cool
A nifty new tug-friendly t-shirt. The smart way to ditch your toupee. A prank doesn’t go so well. An airline passenger gets aggressively creepy.
It’s the Cigars You Smoke That Are Gonna Give You Cancer
A magic show opens up a marital rift. Interesting idea at a car design brainstorm. A fill-in organist at a funeral. A very esoteric charades player.
Oh Crap, A Bunch More Bad Stuff Just Happened
A service dog gets super friendsly. Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Way-Future. A man takes a bumper sticker way too literally.
I’m Wearing One of Their Belts Right Now
A hot dog-shaped car crash. A co-worker latches on to an expression. Music studio riffing goes awry. An excuse for tardiness spirals out of control
We Used to Watch This At My Old Work
A solution to equine-related emasculation. A problematic game show mascot. Baby shower planning gets heated. A weird place to hold an intervention
They said that to me at a dinner.
An unplanned meeting leads to lunchtime chaos. A prank show goes awry at the mall. The “Little Buff Boys” competition. A ghost tour guest goes too far.
They have a cake shop there Susan where the cakes just look stunning.
An office dispute over shirt patterns. A little lie about the ice cream store escalates quickly. A man suspects a baby is aware of his checkered past.
You sure about that? You sure about that that’s why?
A professor really regrets his dinner order. The Carber hot dog vacuum. “Detective Crashmore.” A hat has its day in court.
Everyone just needs to be more in the moment.
An offhanded joke leaves a husband guilt-ridden. An attempt to ease tensions during a trip backfires. A pants-centric website with a specific purpose.
Didn’t you say there was gonna be five people at this table?
A novice driver in a parking lot. Defying the rules of credit card roulette. Celebrity impersonators get unruly. Date night at a cosmos-themed bar.
I need a wet paper towel.
A mistaken identity at work. The new “Tammy Craps” doll. Some interesting instructional videos during a Driver’s Ed class and an attempted ear-piercing.
I Think you Should Leave (2023)
Name: I Think you Should Leave
Description: There is no such thing as an ordinary interaction in this offbeat sketch comedy series that features a deep roster of guest stars.
Country: United States
Director(s): Alice Mathias, Akiva Schaffer
Writer(s): Zach Kanin, Tim Robinson, John Solomon
Cinematography: Markus Mentzer
Actor(s): Tim Robinson, Sam Richardson, Conner O'Malley, Patti Harrison
Companies: Irony Point, Party Over Here, Netflix