Single camera, buddy comedy that centers on Sam (Richardson) and Tim (Robinson), two local ad men who make low budget commercials in Detroit, Michigan. But the two best friends, much like the city in which they live, aspire to achieve great things.
Pat Vern Harris
Nathan Fielder uses his business degree and life experiences to help real small businesses turn a profit. But because of his unorthodox approach, Nathan's genuine efforts to do good often draw real people into an experience far beyond what they signed up for.
Sketches follow a pretty predictable formula: a group of adults, one of them is acting crazy, either the bystanders join in unexpectedly or people are turned off by the craziness. Its predictable so why did I give it a 9? Because the formula works. The sketches are well written, the characters are quirky enough to seem realistic but so ridiculous that it gives you those uncomfortable laughs. I genuinely laughed out loud at a lot of these. My favorites were the song about skeletons using bones as money, you have no good car ideas, the one with poop on the receipt, and the eulogy for former baby models (because I think the host is hilarious). I'm honestly shocked how funny I found it. I'm usually not a sketch show type of person.
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