The Simpsons always did the best crowd talk.
It’s based off our names.
Comedy Central’s criminally underrated Kroll Show devoted most of last night’s episode to a reality show pawn-porn parody called Pawnsylvania. In it, Nick Kroll’s Philadelphian character swapped pawn shops with Jon Daly’s Pittsburgher and verbal hideousness ensued. These accents are so hard to nail (I was flummoxed when Toni Collette was praised for her Philly accent in The Sixth Sense, which was…not a Philly accent), and also hard to differentiate, though they are substantially distinct.
Everything about this from now until forever.
Alright. This is my favorite thing. Here’s another clip.
I think I might hate myself but these made me laugh out loud no less than three times.
Oh my god.
i would literally watch this show all day.
Nick Kroll is seriously underrated and Kroll Show is probably my favorite sketch comedy show on TV right now.
Adam Scott Aukerman say hello to family, friends, and U2 fans as they dive into U2‘s fourth studio album The Unforgettable Fire. They’ll talk about where their little boy selves were at the time of its October 1st 1984 release, the significant event that occurred at 1985‘s Live Aid that made U2 superstars, and what their impressions of the album are today. Plus, they’ll share some of their favorite movie quotes in the return of their podcast “I Love Films.”
I wish Adam Scott Aukerman hosted a podcast dedicated to discussing a band I didn’t hate because I would totally listen to that.
The final boss of True Detective