the chilling true story of a newly married FBI poster boy assigned to an Appalachian mountain town in Kentucky. There he is drawn into an illicit affair with an impoverished local woman who... See full summary »
Stumbled on this little gem after searching for new material from Paul & Company and seeing he had something in the works with Ilana Glazer. I've never seen an episode of "Real Housewives..." in my entire life, but I'm assuming it's just regular ol' trash television staring women who would sell their own kids to be famous. I've also never been to South Boston, but after seeing the short, it's now on my list of places to go before I die. I might die when I get there, but hey, at least then I'd have seen it. Also, to be fair, I thought every white family in South Boston had some sort of relation to Marky Mark, the more you know.
If you like insensitive stereotypes, crude non-P.C. language like "retarded," trashy mothers drinking while holding their babies, and beautiful words like "c*nt," then this will be right up your ally. Be sure to stop down to Jackie's Packie for all of your beer and cigarette needs before sitting down to enjoy it.
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