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The Humor Code Show: Pausing stress

BYU-Idaho’s Humor Code is a fun event that entails a night of laughter, and students are encouraged to attend.
“We’re a sketch comedy group,” said Ky Trupp, manager of Humor Code. “We’re a lot like Studio C or Saturday Night Live.”

Trupp said Humor Code started in 2013, and they have been making people laugh ever since.

“All of our cast members write our sketches so we read through and block them ourselves,” Trupp said. “Then we perform them live on stage.”

Trupp said the show is an hour and a half long and will feature 21 sketches.

“All the sketches are similar and different,” Trupp said. “A lot of them are based off of personal experience turned into parodies.”

Trupp said show attendees are in store for a lot of laughs and they should expect some humorous, solid sketches.

“There’s always improv involved,” Trupp said.

Trupp said sometimes you don’t know what to expect because it is a live performance and that always makes it interesting and fun to witness and be a part of.

“We’re always focused on homework, going to class, or trying to find a date,” Trupp said. “Taking an hour from your busy life to attend this show could be the pause on stress someone might need.”

Trupp said that attending the show is a great opportunity to relax and get away from the everyday stressors of college life.

“Enjoy BYU-Idaho’s own popular comedy show featuring the funniest in sketch comedy,” according to “Humor Code will now be showing in the Kirkham Auditorium on Friday, July 1 at 8 p.m.”

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