Funny or Die Presents...: Season 1, Episode 6

Episode #1.6 (26 Mar. 2010)

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"Casual Sex - A Pregnant Woman's Search for the Ultimate Threesome"! Brett Gelman's "One Thousand Cats" performance! And "Sleeping with Celebrities" featuring Keith David.

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"Casual Sex - A Pregnant Woman's Search for the Ultimate Threesome"! Brett Gelman's "One Thousand Cats" performance! And "Sleeping with Celebrities" featuring Keith David.

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Ed Haligan: [final lines] I can't tell how sorry I am that you had to watch that. What the fuck is this company doing?
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One Thousand Cats
Written by Brett Gelman, Noah Warner, Andy Paley and Jeff Stepp
Performed by Brett Gelman
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NN o)))
19 August 2012 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

Have you ever rated anything 1/10?

Regardless of your answer, you *need* to see this mind-boggling episode. Like with the movie Gigli, the question is not "Why?" but "How?" How did they manage to do something this terrible that equals viewer torture?

Not for a second - literally - is this funny. It really is so hideously teeth-grindingly unfunny that it has to be seen to be believed. After this, you may want to think twice before rating something else 1/10. This is the perfect calibration tool.

You can guess my rating for this episode. I think the host puts it best at the end of the episode before storming away: "I can't tell how sorry I am that you had to watch that. What the f**k is this company doing?"


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