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New Skit on the IFC website
Air Dry. Hilarious. Watch it here.

Second Season of Whitest Kids Premieres on IFC February 10th...
...And we couldn't be more excited. Check out IFC's new WKUK page here!

The Whitest Kids U' Know in The Village Voice.
There was recently a big article on everyone's favorite sketch comedy troupe in the Village Voice. Read it here. And while you are at it buy the new Whitest Kids album here.

The Whitest Kids U' Know Second Season!
Cult heroes/fuse tv stars/karaoke superheroes The Whitest Kids U' Know have been picked up for another 10 episode season on fuse tv. It looks like the new season will start this fall! Oh yeah, The Whitest Kids have a new album here. Haven't seen the show? Watch some clips from the critically acclaimed first season.

The Whitest Kids U' Know on College Humor

CollegeHumor.com recently interviewed Zack from The Whitest Kids U' Know. Check out the interview here. And of course a collegehumor clip of a parents weekend gone tremendously wrong here. Check out The Whitest Kids debut album while you're at it.

The Whitest Kids U' Know fan interview

We are giving you the opportunity to pick the brains of The Whitest Kids U' Know. Click here for more info.

"The Whitest Kids U' Know" CD and MP3s Now Available!
Check it out here..

September 12th, 2006
W.A.R.? very proudly signs the Whitest Kids U' know..
"What would comedy be without taboo? Fortunately for the Whitest Kids U' Know, a quintet of New York 20-somethings, there are still plenty of taboos to break, and in a series of squirmingly hilarious skits, the group riffs on date rape,domestic violence and racism,(finding) a fresh angle on even the most heavily exploited forbidden topic of Adolf Hitler." - New York Times, January 27th, 2006

As predicted in the Mayan calendar, on the eleventh month in the year two-thousand and nine, the universe will come to a crashing halt and all of existance will be destroyed. But, also according to prophecy, almost exactly three years before the end-time, the last great television show will rise from deep cable.

The Whitest Kids U’ Know have spent the last two years writing and performing a new show every week in New York City's Lower East Side. Now they're packing up their show and bringing it across the country with a national tour, their own FUSE TV series in early 2007, and their self-titled debut album, available this fall from What Are Records?.


Here's one of their videos from the album..