A Computer Co-Wrote this Sketch

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This sketch was written by a robot, with the help of Botnik. By the way, writers, if you’re reading this, thank you so much, we’re not going to need you anymore. Best of luck! Call if you need a reference!

“Written” by Nat Towsen, Amy Barnes, Tom Koff, and Gabriel Laks.

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Zach Dunn
Grant O’Brien
Siobhan Thompson
Raphael Chestang
Rekha Shankar
Katie Marovitch
Ally Beardsley

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Director – Ryan Anthony Martin
Writers – Nat Towsen, Amy Barnes, Tom Koff, and Gabriel Laks
Producer – Shane Crown
Production Coordinator – Annie Humphreville
Director Of Photography – Cooper James
Production Designer – Rick Mader
Make Up Artist – Denise Valentine
Sound Mixer – Mike Robertson for BoTown Sound
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Editor – Sam Geer

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