Relationship mishaps can be absurdly funny - as long as it's not your relationship. "The Naked Truth," Shadowbox Live's latest sketch show, is arguably one of the greatest in the troupe's history.

Relationship mishaps can be absurdly funny - as long as it's not your relationship. "The Naked Truth," Shadowbox Live's latest sketch show, is arguably one of the greatest in the troupe's history.

Mining material from the most awkward moments of love and sex, the show is a blend of silly hysterics and inappropriate brilliance.

The show's best sketch may be "Relationship Status," the story of three teenage boys (Jerrod Roberts, David Whitehouse and Jimmy Mak) who follow a budding relationship as it makes the rounds on Facebook, Twitter and, in a beautifully played barb, MySpace.

Making a welcome return appearance, Shadowbox regulars Dr. Mystery (Whitehouse), Vigo (Mak) and the Fair Maiden (Katy Psenicka) follow the trail of destruction left by their latest foe, the elusive Bridezilla.

Commenting on the potential first date of Dave (Whitehouse) and Sarah (Amy Lay), "The Dating Bowl's" Gwen (Nikki Fagin) and Kurt (Matthew Hahn) channel their inner John Madden as the sports puns and double entendres fly.

Other highlights include "Divas Do You Right," as two opera singers (Julie Klein and Stephanie Shull) cover contemporary pop songs, and "SuperNova Condoms," a short sketch that involves a dad (Tom Cardinal) giving condoms to his son (Jamie Barrow).

Each of the show's songs, starting with Fagin's sexy rendition of Def Leppard's "Photograph" and on through to Jennifer Hahn's cover of The Police's "Wrapped Around Your Finger," is just as amazing as the last.