Curtain Closes On 'Kroll Show'11:09
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Comedian Nick Kroll speaks onstage at Variety's 5th annual Power of Comedy on December 11, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. He is the creator of "The Kroll Show" which wraps up on Comedy Central after three years. (Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Variety)MoreCloseclosemore
Comedian Nick Kroll speaks onstage at Variety's 5th annual Power of Comedy on December 11, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. He is the creator of "The Kroll Show" which wraps up on Comedy Central after three years. (Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Variety)

With memorable characters like Bobby Bottleservice, Ref Jeff and C-Czar, 'Kroll Show' attracted a devoted following of fans on Comedy Central.

"I think the characters that I enjoy playing are the ones that I can access something truthful and real in my own life, even though they themselves are very heightened archetypes of people," the show's creator Nick Kroll told Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson.

This week the show ends its three-year run.

"I felt like the show, which is a sketch show, really has become a number of different, recurring characters and worlds, that they had come to sort of a natural conclusion," Kroll said. "We organically told the stories we wanted to tell and -- [as] opposed to starting over or juice the orange more — [we] just let it finish on its best note. "

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This segment aired on March 23, 2015.

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