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Niles and Standish
The puppets are then constructed based on the various marks ' voices, and, along with a series of stock characters ( such as " Niles Standish ", " Bobby Fletcher ", and " Special Ed ") based on the performers ' character voices, the calls are re-enacted for the skits.
* Niles Standish ( Tony Barbieri ) – A British Earl, he is a rich and eccentric middle-aged pervert with homosexual tendencies.
The puppets from Crank Yankers also make an appearance, there was: Elmer Higgins, Terrence Catheter, Birchum, Special Ed, Bobby Fletcher, Niles Standish, Spoonie Luv, Hadassah Guberman.

Niles and character
* Niles the Butler, a character in the US television series The Nanny
* Niles Crane, a character in the US television series Frasier
* Chief ( comics ), also known as Dr. Niles Caulder, a DC Comics character
Ken Niles was the show's longtime announcer, doubling as an exasperated foil to Abbott and Costello's mishaps ( and often fuming in character as Costello routinely insulted his on-air wife ).
He is almost surely a relative of Winston Niles Rumfoord, a character in a previous novel by Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan.
When Niles goes to a costume party as Martin and is asked to name his biggest disappointment in life, Niles ' response ( in character and slightly inebriated ) turns this into a speech of his distaste for his and Frasier's pretentiousness, snobbery, and lack of athleticism before finally saying " if I had to choose my two biggest disappointments ".
Davis played his most famous character, Niles the butler on the television series The Nanny, throughout its run from 1993 to 1999 and in its Reunion Special in 2004 ( in cameo flashbacks only ).
Niles was known for his frequent use of deadpan one-liners, usually insulting character C. C.
This American version of a " posh " accent is now obsolescent, if not wholly obsolete, even among the American upper classes, but an example of a Mid-Atlantic accent can be found on the television sitcom Frasier as used by both Frasier Crane and his brother Niles Crane, and is reminiscent of the Boston Brahmin accent of the character of Charles Emerson Winchester III on M * A * S * H. More recent Groton alumni, even those with careers on the stage such as Sam Waterston, no longer use such an accent.
Jane became a spokesperson for Steve Niles and the cover model for comic book character Cal McDonald in 2006.
* The train depot where Belushi's character says goodbye to Blair's character, but later gets back on the train is the Michigan Central Railroad Niles Depot in Niles, Michigan about 90 miles east of Chicago.

Standish and character
In terms of character, the two men were opposites — Bradford was patient and slow to judgment while Standish was well-known for his fiery temper.
Myles Standish Monument in Duxbury, MassachusettsStandish's true-life role in defending Plymouth Colony ( and the sometimes brutal tactics he employed ) were largely obscured by the fictionalized character created by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his book The Courtship of Miles Standish.
* Peter Standish, a character from the play Berkeley Square written by John Balderston about a Yankee who lives in a house on the square and is transported back to the 18th century.
The youngest son of the once-missing Martin Fitzgerald and Mexican immigrant Pilar Lopez-Fitzgerald, the character as played by Jesse Metcalfe ( July 5, 1999 — July 26, 2004 ) was caught in a love triangle with true love Charity Standish and her scheming, manipulative cousin, and his best friend, Kay Bennett.

character and Crank
* J. Arthur Crank ( Jim Boyd ): A plaid-wearing character who often interrupted sketches to complain when spellings or pronunciations confused him.
She served as a correspondent for HBO's Inside the NFL, hosted Comedy Central's popular show Premium Blend, and voiced a recurring character named Gladys on Comedy Central's puppet show Crank Yankers.
* Special Ed ( Jim Florentine ), a character on the TV show Crank Yankers
The AbioCor heart is featured in the 2009 film Crank: High Voltage, when it is transplanted into the main character Chev Chelios's ( Jason Statham ) chest after he had been abducted by Chinese mobsters in the very beginning of the movie.
The series was very loosely based on the manga featuring Bolt Crank, played by Masashi Ebara, as the main character and keeping the fictional currency of Lido.
The character of Bolt Crank made a guest appearance in Akihito Yoshitomi's later creation, Ray.

Crank and Yankers
He was the co-host and co-creator of the television program The Man Show ( 1999 – 2004 ), and the co-creator and a regular performer on the television show Crank Yankers ( 2002 – 2007 ).
* " Crank Yankers Theme " – Crank Yankers
* Crank Yankers
* Crank Yankers ( Comedy Central, MTV2 ) ( 2002-2007 )
Crank Yankers is an American television show produced by Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel and Daniel Kellison that featured actual crank calls made by show regulars and celebrity guests, and re-enacted onscreen by puppets for a visual aid to show the viewer what is happening in the call.
* The voice of " Frank Demore " on Crank Yankers
Episodes of television series such as The Simpsons, Futurama, Crank Yankers, and Fairly Odd Parents have also contained references to the game.
He appeared on the Comedy Central shows Crank Yankers and Reno 911 !.
Massey has also performed on TV in Greg the Bunny, Angel, Malcolm in the Middle, Muppets Tonight, Cousin Skeeter, Lost on Earth, and Crank Yankers ; and in TV advertisements for Foster Farms ( as the driver chicken ), Sony ( the blue guy ) and Levi's ( as Flat Eric ).
* Crank Yankers
He can be heard as " Spoonie Luv " on the Comedy Central program Crank Yankers and as Woof in the MTV2 Animated Series Where My Dogs At ?.
* Crank Yankers ( 2003 ) – Al Foster
He is also featured on the Comedy Central show Crank Yankers as obnoxious district selectman Tony Deloge.
Armisen's subsequent television work, such as some " memorable Andy Kaufman-esque appearances " on Late Night with Conan O ' Brien, as well as work for Crank Yankers and Adult Swim, led in 2002 to a role as a featured player in the cast of Saturday Night Live.
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* Crank Yankers ( 2002 – 2007 )-Comedy Central, MTV2
He has appeared on television programs such as Crank Yankers and Jimmy Kimmel Live !.
* Crank Yankers ( 2002 ) ( TV program ) ( Writer / Voice Actor )

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