Allison Smith is in the cast of "Children's Hospital," an irreverent web-only comedy series from Rob Corddry (of "The Daily Show"), starring Corddry with Megan Mullally, Lake Bell, Erinn Hayes, Jason Sudeikis and Ed Helms.
Each of the episodes on the site runs about 5 minutes. However, they're also selling episodes on iTunes (99 cents each, or $3.99 for a season pass), and the episodes there run about 10 minutes.
On the web version, Allison only appears once - a one-line cameo at the beginning of episode seven. (Funny line, though!) However, since she's unbilled there - and since she is listed as a character ("Nurse Allison") on the show's IMDB page, I'm guessing her role is bigger in the iTunes version.
And as for the show itself? Well, it's DEFINITELY not for kids - there's a Viewer Discretion warning at the beginning of each episode.
It's a takeoff on medical dramas like GREY'S ANATOMY, ER, PATCH ADAMS, ST. ELSEWHERE etc. It really prides itself on being outrageous (occasionally to the point of tastelessness) and "pushing the boundaries" a la SOUTH PARK. For instance, Megan Mullally's character is a parody of the Laura Innes character from ER, so she hobbles around on crutches, falls down a lot, and says that she has "a touch" of M.S. and "a smidgen" of Parkinson's. There's some ethnic humor too character. So if you're easily offended, stay away!
Personally, I liked what they were going for, but I thought it was REALLY uneven. I thought Corddry was a little too in love with how "edgy" he is. But some of it is quite funny.