Do you hate people who keep their "push to talk" buttons down while they're playing first-person shooters? Apparently so does comedy troupe Whitest Kids U'Know, whose latest sketch takes them inside a round of Call of Duty.

Well, it's not specifically Call of Duty but the sketch appliesto any sort of online game that involves voice communication. It's the price we pay for hands-free chat. I'm wondering whether non-gamers get any enjoyment out of the sketch; this sketch is a pretty common situation for gamers so I'm only getting a low-level "Wow, the people on television are talking about video games!" enjoyment out of it. It's more or less the same reaction I had to the Alec Baldwin Wii sketch on last week's Saturday Night Live.

The sketch is from the third season of Whitest Kids U'Know's television show of the same name. It airs on IFC every Tuesday at 10.


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