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Steve is going out with his coworkers and hasn’t been laid in a while—watching Jefferies pick up women effortlessly has got him wondering how he can do the same. The advice is nothing new; it’s actually kind of odd how Legit drops it on its characters so earnestly, without a trace of irony that there’s been at least one failed reality show based on the concept. Steve successfully nabs a date with the hot woman from accounting with the freakishly blue eyes. Ok Cupid provides a bit more luck, and soon he’s in a long-distance relationship with an Australian woman (at the request of Jefferies) where they can talk for five hours and it feels like no time has passed. Billy has been so close to the screen that nobody knows he’s in a wheelchair, thus the procuring of his schween requires the help of an able-bodied volunteer. It’s at this point when Jefferies is forced into the chaotic fold he created.
Private First Class Simon Cruller was stationed at a remote NSA listening post in the Arctic Circle at the start of the zombie apocalypse.
Chuck mentioned that Bobby went on a rugaru hunt a week after the events in 5.22 Swan Song, and it implies that Garth was working with Bobby on that hunt and kept his hat as a memento.
“Comedian passively points out crazy things” is not a television first.
We’re in the heyday of “Comedian makes themselves the center of attention, and not in a good way.” Louis CK puts his faults front-and-center.
Lena Dunham gets flack for doing the same thing (unfairly), yet she soldiers on anyways.
Jefferies could be the brash outspoken guy who stirs the pot and has to, eventually, eat what comes out. You have to compliment women, he says, but end on a weird non-compliment-y insult. It’d get annoying if not for the effortless charisma of Dan Bakkedahl, who is not only funny but able to siphon pity like a pity-siphon (patent pending).