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    sketch and skit

    What is the difference between a "sketch" and a "skit" in terms of a humorous performance?

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    Re: sketch and skit

    No difference that I'm aware of.

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    Re: sketch and skit

    sketch noun

    a short humorous play, scene or performance

    skit noun

    a short comedy sketch or piece of humorous writing, especially a parody.
    (WordReference dictionary)

    A skit is satirical in tone.

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