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So This Sperm Knocks at the Door

Submitted by on November 3, 2010 – 5:20 pm

Have you ever opened your door to a sperm? This may happen to you so treat the next knock at your place with caution.

The Sketch in 5 Words:

Hopping, Any ID? Meter Reader

This is a short sketch for two performers that works well on stage.


‘CAN I COME IN?’ SKETCH EXCERPT

SCENE 1

EXT. DAY

WILL IS STANDING ON A DOORSTEP WEARING A LONG WOOLLY HAT THAT TRAILS DOWN HIS BACK.

HE IS HOPPING.

HE KNOCKS ON THE DOOR. WENDY OPENS THE DOOR…

WILL:

Let me in.

WENDY:

What?

WILL:

Let me in. I’m a sperm and it’s my job.

WENDY:

Have you got any ID?

WILL:

I’m a sperm not a Meter Reader. Let me in.

- END OF EXCERPT -

Download the ‘Can I Come In’ Comedy Sketch? (PDF)

If you want to perform this sketch contact me

Facts

This sketch was inspired by the Peter Cook’s, ‘One Leg Too Few.’ I loved the hopping of Dudley Moore. The first line that came into my head was ‘I’m a sperm let me in.’ It’s been through many rewrites and shortened drastically. I used it as a scene in a play I performed at the Hen & Chickens theatre in Islington called ‘DreamDuel.’

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