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The State is making a comeback. Soon, you'll be able to read the entire oral history of the '90s MTV sketch group, Av Club reports.
The State TV show ran on MTV from 1993 to 1995. The 11-member comedy troupe featured David Wain, Ken Marino, Michael Showalter, Michael Ian Black, Robert Ben Garant, Joe Lo Truglio, Kerri Kenney-Silver, Kevin Allison, Todd Holoubek, Michael Patrick Jann, and Thomas Lennon.
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Nineties alt-comedy troupe the State will release a new oral history, The Union of the State, detailing their rise, dissolution, reunion and staggering dispersion and influence throughout the comedy world.
The book arrives May 3rd and features interviews with all 11 members of the State: Todd Holoubek, David Wain, Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter, Ken Marino, Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon, Joe Lo Truglio, Kevin Allison, Kerri Kenney-Silver and Michael Patrick Jann.
You may have noticed posters for the R-rated, stop-motion animated comedy Hell and Back throughout the summer and fall seasons in anticipation of its October release only to find it didn’t come to a theater near you. It was released and took in about $150,000 on the few screens it graced to the chagrin of a ton of hopeful Nick Swardson fans complaining on the movie’s Facebook page about their inability to watch. So this week brings with it a belated VOD Christmas gift for many. To all those who believe themselves one of these brave souls chomping at the bit, please look deep inside yourself and really ask whether Swardson is your God because his being merely a passing chuckle won’t be enough to save you.
- Jared Mobarak
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