Entering Season Two, “Kroll Show” tries to strike a chord between a more traditional variety show, like “Saturday Night Live,” and still push the limits that it has by being on Comedy Central. This works to a degree, and some sketches come off as very funny. But overall, comedian Nick Kroll’s show still seems like it doesn’t know what it wants to be, and that’s disappointing because there’s definite potential.
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