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Hugs all around for Sarah Warnock and Katherine Shurlds during the finale.
Geezers Brenda Blagg, Dave Edmark, Debbie Miller and Charlie Alison try to figure out how to get their news on the new iPads.
Gens. Dave Edmark, Ray Minor and Rusty Turner demonstrate a weapon of mass distraction to keep Trump from pushing the real button.
Andrew Epperson introduces the Limericists.
Steve Voorhies as Vladimir Putin and Brenda Blagg as Kim Jong Un.
Emcee Steve Clark, president of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce.
Dave Edmark pitches out a baseball that no one managed to catch.
Ray Minor, Debbie Miller and Mike Brown taste some spicy dishes with lots of kickback at Neal’s Cafe.
Katherine Shurlds portrays candidate Denise Garner singing “You can’t win a race with a gun.”
Sarah Warnock, left, portrays Regina Hopper hosting a contest, er, debate between candidates for the 3rd Congressional District.
Katherine Shurlds leads dancers with a song for Mother Russia.
Sarah Warnock and Britt Graves get a sample of medical marijuana.
Vladimir Putin pulls the strings on Russia’s new friend.
Two Americans, Steve Voorhies and Antoinette Grajeda, try to talk their way past a Canadian border guard, Britt Graves, without saying “y’all.”
Ashley Eley as Stormy Daniels is serenaded by Henry Aggus and Nathan Owens.
Sarah Warnock, Julia Trupp and Andrea Elvir remind the audience that the women’s softball team didn’t drop the ball.
Stacey Roberts provides samples of Walmart wine, much to the disatisfaction of connoiseurs, played by Brenda Blagg and Debbie Miller
Britt Graves as one of the Limercists.
The cast during the opening sketch.
Dave Edmark and Britt Graves host Sports Center’s look at Razorback year that almost was. But wasn’t.
Brenda Blagg and Nathan Owens dancing for glee at the closing number.
Mike Brown auditions for a part in the TV series True Defectives.
Niketa Reed portrays Omarosa and dishes all.
Letitia Mae and Elmer Stufflebeam
Pianist Emily Kaitz
Henry Aggus and Antoinette with another limerick.
Isabel Vega and Andrew Epperson strut the latest Space Force uniforms.
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