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Inside Tim Robinson’s ‘I Think You Should Leave’ Tour: Unaired Sketches, Paul Rudd and Why Patrick Stewart Turned Down a Role

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Ethan Shanfeld SPOILER ALERT: This story contains minor spoilers of Tim Robinson‘s “I Think You Should Leave” live show, including general descriptions of unaired sketches. “I Think You Should Leave” went live Tuesday, April 2, when creators Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin brought their beloved Netflix sketch comedy series to the stage at New York’s Beacon Theatre.

Nearly 3,000 fans showed up for the mysterious, sold-out show, many of them revealing their allegiance to the comedy cult with Dan Flashes button-downs and Corncob TV tees — if you know, you know — and yelling out lines from “I Think You Should Leave” that have been immortalized in gifs and memes.

It was a scene inside the Upper West Side venue, as the line to buy new merchandise snaked through the foyer of the Beacon and created a traffic jam that delayed the start of the program.

Among the merchandise on sale were a white T-shirt referencing the “TC Tuggers” sketch, a black “Eggman Game” tee, a collaboration with Brain Dead, a couple of tour hoodies, a blue long sleeve with a picture of Karl Havoc and a flat-brim hat designed by Cactus Plant Flea Market, an item that quickly sold out.

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