"Interview With An Applicant" - Sketch Comedy

  • Published on Sep 11, 2010
  • Sketch comedy "Interview With An Applicant"
    Jill Butterfield as The Applicant
    Melisa Breiner-Sanders as The Interviewer

    Edited, DPed, Sound Mix & Color Correction by Paul Del Vecchio for Triple E Productions
    Produced by: David R Doumeng
    Written by: Marty Hill
    Directed by Paul Del Vecchio

  • ComedyComedy

Comments • 618

  • Güray Hatipoğlu
    Güray Hatipoğlu 11 days ago +1

    the interviewer is very cute :)

  • Second Unit Aerials
    Second Unit Aerials 12 days ago

    Very very good Paul.

  • musikk83
    musikk83 18 days ago


  • Bourey Jayy
    Bourey Jayy 18 days ago

    The ironic part is the person who got the job offer just fired the interviewer. Very hilarious 😂

  • creator Space
    creator Space 19 days ago

    That's great. It's fun.

  • Kranjis McBasketball
    Kranjis McBasketball 20 days ago +6

    This is a genius sketch. The part where she pulls the mug towards her was classic.

  • tunamayo
    tunamayo 25 days ago

    Speech 100

  • mBabe
    mBabe 29 days ago +10

    This is extremely creative and well-acted. Congrats to the whole team.

  • Brant Lambermont
    Brant Lambermont Month ago

    see Mitchell and Webb Lindsay davenport sketch

  • A C
    A C Month ago +3

    Not gonna lie, she sounds so damn cute at 3:04. “Why are you firing me??”

  • 1704102 Tahsin Ahmed

    600th comment

  • RD S
    RD S Month ago +1

    The "P" word !!!! Personnel !!! I never hear that anymore. Todays young professionals need to feel important so they like "Human Resources". I once said "personnel" at work and it was like I said there was no Santa ! Hahahaha "Personnel" should come back....it's what the job is.

  • RD S
    RD S Month ago +3

    This is like George Costanza interviewing with Steinbrenner. Do the OPPOSITE !!

  • mmca2
    mmca2 Month ago +12

    I've always imagined this is how people at HR department are "working".

    • RD S
      RD S Month ago

      HR....the bane on American business.

  • Nick Right
    Nick Right Month ago

    Good ol' switcharoo

  • Christian Fall
    Christian Fall Month ago


  • Vishnu Sagar
    Vishnu Sagar Month ago +1

    In real life, you'd be kicked out

  • Chris Breemer
    Chris Breemer Month ago


  • mark carey
    mark carey Month ago

    I went for a job and the guy said something about how they couldn't guarantee the number of hours per week and I said "That's OK, I don't like working very much anyway". I still got the job.

  • Don Trimp
    Don Trimp Month ago


  • Екатерина Д

    А есть русский дубляж?

  • Mia Miller
    Mia Miller Month ago

    She canned her a**

  • Kshitish Sorte
    Kshitish Sorte 2 months ago

    Directed by Robert B. Weide would have been better XD

  • Kevin Bruff
    Kevin Bruff 2 months ago

    Omg genuinely awesome

  • ColdWaterThrower
    ColdWaterThrower 2 months ago

    No. This hasn't been thought through.

  • Raul Thepig
    Raul Thepig 2 months ago +7

    "You are over qualified to be an accountant." "That's OK. I don't intend to work very hard." Priceless.

  • Dear Brave
    Dear Brave 2 months ago

    That's how you get the job😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Phil Wilson
    Phil Wilson 2 months ago +1

    Ha Ha Ha Ha !
    I Love It !
    This is what happen when one has a Male Writer, Male Producers, and a Male Director, with Female Actresses !
    Great Job, Girls and Boys !
    You have created, ...
    A Comedy !

  • Landon Tucker
    Landon Tucker 2 months ago +1

    God Con artist

  • Ali Husseini
    Ali Husseini 2 months ago +1

    this is what we say "modern problems require modern solutions" :D

  • Manohar /
    Manohar / 3 months ago

    That was too fast

  • antred11
    antred11 3 months ago +4

    LOL, this reminds me of one of those old Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Elmer Fudd cartoons (I'm hunting' wabbits).😂

  • SerbandGerm
    SerbandGerm 3 months ago

    Is that Nicole Kessinger?

    IBE BANGIN 3 months ago

    This isn't comedy its one retard out retarding another. In absolutely no way was I even thinking of comedy when watching this, not one line is anywhere near FUNNY which is the fundamental prerequisite for comedy. America is so unfunny its borderline mentally deficient.

  • Polecat54941
    Polecat54941 4 months ago

    That was very good!

  • mehtasid
    mehtasid 4 months ago

    Paul Del Vechhio -- this was simply 5 stars, why don't you make some more like this.

  • Venkat Amruth
    Venkat Amruth 4 months ago


  • Alessandro Ogheri
    Alessandro Ogheri 4 months ago

    monty python and many companies do this better, though...

  • Angela Carleton
    Angela Carleton 4 months ago

    This is a funny sketch! LOLOL

  • Mycal James
    Mycal James 4 months ago

    Loophole there is no contract signing only word of mouth. So yeah

  • Mickey Cruise
    Mickey Cruise 5 months ago

    It was working until the actors stated to play into the scene. Play it straight through in a believable way.

  • Greys
    Greys 5 months ago

    not funny enough. just ok.

  • Rain Man
    Rain Man 5 months ago

    I'd like to see this script in a movie with Meg Ryan and Jennifer Aniston in it....that would be hilarious....😂😂😂

  • Archeryring
    Archeryring 5 months ago

    My current position - junior senior president. I can't quit because I didn't get hired

  • Robert Néo Njaba
    Robert Néo Njaba 5 months ago +2

    I feel that when she took her coffee !!!

  • SreeVidhya Bharadwaj
    SreeVidhya Bharadwaj 5 months ago

    😃😃😃 wonderful

  • lostchild14000
    lostchild14000 5 months ago

    This was almost funny. Near the end, when the bottom dropped out &tables turned, i thought that would save it. but, it doesn't follow its own logic... unless the interviewer has been established as either inebriated, inept socially, or blatantly mentally retarded.
    This is not where the duo should play off eachother like school children. You set up a good farce by having the interviewee be too honest, and the interviewer gets flustered.
    It could have worked as a deadpan piece, dry piece, or even as a monty python-esk straight faced argument.
    In the end either the writer, the director, or the actors weren't fit for their duties

  • Taledo78
    Taledo78 5 months ago

    That was cute..

  • Graham Taylor
    Graham Taylor 6 months ago +1

    Liberals are dumb enough to believe this is a real situation.

  • cowboygareth
    cowboygareth 6 months ago +1

    the dynamic shift at 3:02 is masterful...after this moment I just found out that the camera is framed so they both look like they're sitting in the boss position...

  • Reme A
    Reme A 6 months ago

    Wickedly funny!!

  • Basie van Heerden
    Basie van Heerden 6 months ago +1

    Now this is flippin BRILLIANT!!!
    Are there more like this?

  • Maxicho 11
    Maxicho 11 6 months ago

    What is the name of the movie please?

  • Crazy 2-1 ILZ
    Crazy 2-1 ILZ 7 months ago

    This is the stupidest 💩 I ever watched

  • NO WAY
    NO WAY 7 months ago +2

    the moment she said, that it would not be enough, i knew what would happen. but the reveal was priceless :)

  • riririri waka
    riririri waka 7 months ago

    Cool undercover boss

  • Jaxcraft 28
    Jaxcraft 28 9 months ago +4

    2:50: She hustled you. SHE HUSTLED YOU GOOD!

  • Jaxcraft 28
    Jaxcraft 28 9 months ago +8

    1:26: PFT! What a savage!🤣

  • Malibu Stacy
    Malibu Stacy 9 months ago

    Please explain to me again how sheep's bladders may be employed to predict and eventually prevent earthquakes.

  • cjtvtube
    cjtvtube 9 months ago +1

    Wow, nice writing and acting. Great job.

    • Paul Del Vecchio
      Paul Del Vecchio  9 months ago

      cjtvtube yeah the writer Marty Hill is amazing and the girls killed it