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It's a familiar situation to most stoners: It's late in the evening, you're on your couch, and you're really stoned. You need something entertaining, funny, and briskly paced, just surreal and trippy enough to make good on this great, cerebral high.

In times like these, what could be better than a solid comedy sketch or eight, like the ones we've gathered from the haziest corners of TV and the internet for your super-stoned viewing pleasure.

Next time you're really, really stoned, put some of these comedy sketches in front of your glazy eyeballs for a pitch-perfect, laugh-out-loud trip through your heavy, hazy buzz.    

Good Neighbor — 'Toast'

We're starting the list off with a 2011 sketch from Good Neighbor, a Los Angeles sketch comedy group comprising Beck Bennet, Kyle Mooney, Nick Rutherford, and Dave McCary. Before these guys landed respective player, writer, and director gigs on “Saturday Night Live,” they were making stripped down, slow-build YouTube sketches.

Why watch high?

“Toast” slowly builds from a recognizable situation (dudes bro-ing out for an elaborate pre-game toast) to an absurd, mind-boggling caricature of the same scenario. The laughs come when you slowly realize you're watching a bizarro version of an already-absurd, yet familiar drinking ritual.

'I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson' — 'Focus Group'

If you haven't smoked a bowl and watched Netflix's new sketch comedy show “I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson,” you're missing out on the latest, greatest, and funniest high watch from the mammoth streaming service.

Why watch high?

“SNL” alumn Tim Robinson's brand of absurd, head-scratching, reverse-logic humor is sure to click with stoned viewers. More sketches typically start with one person operating by their own weird logic until their absurdist code contaminates the entire setup. “Focus Group,” which begins with one hilarious “weirdo” causing a ruckus in a focus group until he takes control of the group and turns them against an unsuspecting man.

'Portlandia' — 'One More Episode'

Love it or hate it, if you're a stoner, you know it — the iconic sketch show about the city where young people go to retire and live out the dream of the '90s. “Portlandia” is exceptionally good at doing what the dankest sketches do — take the mundane and morph it into the irrational.

Why watch high?

This iconic “Battlestar Galactica” binge-watch with Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein will bring you back to the last time you abandoned any and all things and stayed home to it through a thousand episodes of a show for hours (maybe weeks?) on end.

'Two Guys Who Hate Each Other' — 'Jogging'

In “Two Guys Who Hate Each Other,” George Kareman and Dan Klein play two guys who not only hate each other, but also play out their hatred in a series of escalating passive-aggressive beta-male millennial insults.

Why watch high?

Our favorite episode in this hilarious saga sees Kareman and Klein running into each other while jogging — the ideal scenario for a conversation that will inevitably go from verbal to strangely physical sparring.      

'Key & Peele' — 'Aerobics Meltdown'

Both Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have gone on to bigger things (in the case of “Get Out” and “Us” director Peele, much bigger things) since their Comedy Central sketch show “Key & Peele” ended in 2015. But their sketches continue to live a full life on the internet. And their strange, singular brand of both visual and situational humor has unlimited appeal for stoned comedy fans.

Why watch high?

“Aerobics Meltdown” feels very much born from Jordan Peele's horror movie sensibilities. In the sketch, Peele and Keegan Michael Key play competitors in a televised '80s aerobics competition that, in many ways, is somehow less absurd than the real thing (which you can also watch on YouTube for a good laugh). The spot-on vaporwavey '80s-tv vibe quickly gives way to a mini-thriller, murder-plot twist; making for a truly bizarre combination of genres and pop-culture obsessions that may only make sense (and be the funniest) to stoners.

'Saturday Night Live' — 'Papyrus'

Born of '70s counterculture and an institution of American comedy 40-plus years later, “Saturday Night Live” came to us with weed-fueled humor in its DNA. And though the intervening decades have seen a wide variety of iterations and cast members, “SNL”'s loose and hazy, variety-style format still manages to evoke a late-night stoner spirit from time to time.

Why watch high?

Have the unique talents of a celebrity host ever been more perfectly utilized on “Saturday Night Live?” Honestly, next time you're really stoned, you'll thank us for suggesting you watch this well-directed short satire of Hollywood psychological dramas; starring Ryan Gosling as “Steven,” a man consumed by the janky font of the “Avatar” logo.

Adult Swim — 'Too Many Cooks'

No stoner's arsenal of comedy sketches would be complete without something from Adult Swim, a pioneering champion of stoner humor. From “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” to “Rick and Morty,” Cartoon Network's late-night programming block has birthed several shows that have become iconic staples of hazy twilight hour viewing.  

Why watch high?

If you haven't already indulged in the madness of “Too Many Cooks,” do a dab and indulge. This clusterfuck of millennial '80s and '90s-tv nostalgia and stoney, meandering late-night humor simply must be seen to be understood ... and yeah, believed. Granted, depending on how high you are, it may just freak you out. But maybe you're into that.

'Inside Amy Schumer' — 'Hello M'Lady'

In its finest moments, “Inside Amy Schumer” turned the witty, timely, self-deprecating comedy of star Amy Schumer into bitingly satirical, and often surreal sketches that always felt fresh and shocking in their execution.

Why Watch High?

“Hello M'Lady,” a quick sketch about an app that manages unwanted, persistent male suitors for women, is no exception. We've all found ourselves in a stoned “they should have an app for that” brainstorming session at some point or another. Consider this sketch a fully rendered, hilarious simulation to serve as inspo for your next one.