It was a great show!!

The Kids in the Hall are back
Men dressed as women. Jokes that skewer religion. A sex-crazed chicken lady.
About 1,600 Kids in the Hall fans roared their approval in Winnipeg on Sunday night as the envelope-pushing comedy troupe made the first Canadian stop on its reunion tour.
Scott Thompson, reprising the flamboyant Buddy Cole character he made famous on the Kids’ TV series, got some of the biggest laughs of the night when he tried to make the case that Jesus was gay.
“He’s a 33-year-old unmarried man who wanders the desert with 12 other bachelors. They’re drinking a lot of wine and scrubbing each other’s feet,” Thompson said.
It’s the type of joke to be expected from a troupe that once re-enacted Christ’s crucifixion to a Dr. Seuss-style rhyming narrative.
The Kids ñ Thompson, Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald and Mark McKinney ñ scored a big hit with their TV show that ran on the CBC from 1989 to 1995 and continues to air in reruns. Their first reunion tour ended in 2002.
They had always planned to reunite again, and the recent writers’ strike in Hollywood gave them some free time by putting some of their current projects on hiatus.
Having already played several American cities, the Kids in the Hall bring their show to Coquitlam, B.C., Calgary and Edmonton next month, and have two dates scheduled for Toronto in June.