Using only word of mouth, two lifelong best friends and Internet comedians, Rhett & Link, embark on a search for the long-lost teacher of the first grade class where they met. Their journey...
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Rhett and Link's co-ex-girlfriend is now a famous infomercial star, who is threatening to take control of the duo's famous show, Good Mythical Morning. They must work together on an adventure to get it back.
Rhett and Link, hosts of Good Mythical Morning, bring their Book of Mythicality to life. This special includes the full live concert performance, plus a bonus behind-the-scenes documentary featuring rare, unseen footage of Rhett and Link.
Starring filmmakers and comedy duo Rhett & Link, this non-fiction comedy series follows their travels to small towns across America where they develop and produce commercials for local businesses using local talent.
Emily Mae Heller
Using only word of mouth, two lifelong best friends and Internet comedians, Rhett & Link, embark on a search for the long-lost teacher of the first grade class where they met. Their journey leads them deep into the heart of an obscure tribe of Native Americans, the Lumbee of North Carolina. Serendipitously, Rhett & Link arrive on the scene at the very climax of the tribe's century-long political struggle for identity. In a day of mobile devices that allow for a multitude of superficial connections with other 'users,' the unforgettable characters in Looking for Ms. Locklear serve as a reminder that people have more to say than an email or text message can communicate.Written by
This is a story about two best friends looking for their first grade teacher. But it's the journey to get to the destination that really captures you. The characters are interesting and funny, and despite a few annoying bits and problems, a great movie.
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