Tally Hall's Internet Show

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Taking on an even larger role within the band's video portfolio is the ten part bi-weekly variety-show series 'Tally Hall's Internet Show' (abbreviated: T.H.I.S.), which debuted on September 15, 2008. Each episode is ten minutes long and was posted on the band's official website http://www.tallyhall.com. The content includes skits, sock puppets, music, music videos, and pictures of bodily functions.

With the release of Tally Hall's Internet Show in September 2008, it became clear that many music videos would be released within the Internet Show. "Good Day" was the first music video to be seen in episode one. Other music videos include "Welcome To Tally Hall", "Two Wuv", "The Whole World And You", "Greener", "Ruler Of Everything" and "Hidden In The Sand".

On February 15th, 2013, Tally Hall made the entire series available for viewing on Vimeo, along with a never-seen-before episode called South By Southwest 2007.

Episode List[edit]

  1. Good Day (September 15, 2008) - 9:24
  2. Death Request (September 29, 2008) - 11:35
  3. Taken For A Ride (October 13, 2008) - 9:17
  4. Welcome To Tally Hall (October 27, 2008) - 11:37
  5. Who Cares (November 10, 2008) - 9:24
  6. Mary-Kate And Ashley (November 24, 2008) - 10:31
  7. 15 Seconds Of Bora (December 8, 2008) - 9:08
  8. The Whole World And You (December 22, 2008) - 11:06
  9. Potato Vs. Spoon (January 5, 2009) - 8:32
  10. Good Night (January 19, 2009) - 10:53

Recurring Segments[edit]

15 Seconds of Bora[edit]

Main Article: 15 Seconds Of Bora
15 Seconds Of Bora is a segment hosted by Bora Karaca, in which he will star for, at most, 15 seconds.

What You Don't Know[edit]

See: What You Don't Know
What you don't know is a series of comedic skits, assumedly written by Joe Hawley, as he does the voiceover himself for early episodes. The format will present information, and then present information that the viewer might not know.

Tally Mail[edit]

A segment hosted by "Ryan", in which the band answer fan mail