Social Distancing Has Become A Contest For These Two Guys Who Hate Each Other

Social Distancing Has Become A Contest For These Two Guys Who Hate Each Other

Hatred is greatest motivator.

Especially for Dan and George, who were two regular guys until they laid eyes on each other and BOOM – a spark was ignited.

Was it love? No.

Was it friendship? Not really.

Was it a weird passive-aggressive love-hate relationship? Yeah – I guess that’s a good way to describe it.

On this episode of Two Guys Who Hate Each Other, we watch Dan and George have a pissing contest to decide who is doing the superior job following social distancing protocols.

Is it petty and unnecessary? Absolutely.

Is it hilarious and entertaining? Most definitely.

Watch new episodes of Two Guys Who Hate Each Other every Friday.


CREDITS

Starring George Kareman & Dan Klein

Written by George Kareman

Directed by Greg Stees

Edited by Matt Mayer

What brands REALLY mean with their COVID commercials

What brands REALLY mean with their COVID commercials

At the end of the day, this is what brands are REALLY saying with their Covid-19 commercials…

The quarantine provided a good excuse to make some fun stock footage satire. We got tired of seeing big brands use the same commercial format to push their product/service, so we went ahead and made an honest version of their COVID-19 campaigns.

Guided By Voices Just Dropped A Surprise Music Video for “My Valuable Hunting Knife”

Guided By Voices Just Dropped A Surprise Music Video for “My Valuable Hunting Knife”

Guided By Voices has made a new stay-at-home approved music video for “My Valuable Hunting Knife” to celebrate the 25th Anniversary vinyl edition of “Alien Lanes”. Like the album, the band has aged remarkably.


GUIDED BY VOICES – My Valuable Hunting Knife

Song written by Robert Pollard, Needmore Songs (BMI)

Video directed & edited by Mike Postalakiswith Justin Abarca, Nate Corddry, Rob Corddry, John Forest, Rich Fulcher, Brian Huskey, Seth Morris, Jessica Renee Russell

Matador Records will be releasing a 25th Anniversary vinyl edition of Alien Lanes in summer 2020, available at https://store.matadorrecords.com/alien-lanes-25th-anniversary-edition


Lyrics

[Verse 1]

I want to start a new life

With my valuable hunting knife

She will shine like a new girl

And I want to shout out our love to the world, hit it!

[Chorus]

Everything I think about, I think about

Everything I talk about, I talk about with you

But you don’t know what I go through

You don’t know

[Verse 2]

Days, they will turn into nights

But my valuable hunting knifeIt will not rust through the tears

And it will not lose its appeal over the years, come on!

[Chorus]

Everything I think about, I think about

Everything I talk about, I talk about with you

But you don’t know what I go through

You don’t know

[Outro]

I’ll never know

I’ll never know

I’ll never know

And then I will run, and then I will

And then I will hide, and then I will

And then I will run, and then I will

And then I will hideI’ll never know

I’ll never know

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Tam Teaches Spanish

Tam Teaches Spanish

Many of you are stuck at home, which means it’s the perfect time to finally learn how to speak Spanish.

But since none of us will be traveling any time soon, Tam Yajia will teach you some more practical expressions that you’ll actually be able to use while self-isolating.

Lesson #1 – Adjusting to Life in Quarantine

This puts a whole new meaning to the phrase let’s get this bread

Lesson #2 – Questions for your Doctor

If you don’t want the truth… maybe don’t ask your doctor.

Lesson #3 – Money Problems

Just like the JG Wentworth commercial said, “It’s my money and I need it NOW!”

Lesson #4 – Expressions you can use when contacting any government agency

Just make sure to really emphasize the word mierda – and don’t forget to roll your R’s.


CREDITS:

Produced, Written & Starring:

Tam Yajia

Edited by:

Paul Smith

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What The Heck Is Social Distancing Etiquette? Let’s Break It Down

What The Heck Is Social Distancing Etiquette? Let’s Break It Down

We hear or read the term “social distancing” probably ten times a day, but what does it actually mean?

In order to follow proper social distancing guidelines, you have to stay six feet apart from others.

So, that means:

  • Don’t get into crowded elevators. Just wait your turn, man!
  • If you’re walking your dog, move to the grass to let other people pass by. (And pick up your dog’s poop! Not for social distancing but just for, like, always)
  • At the store, take two big steps back from the person in front of you and then take one more.

Or, you could do your shopping on the Walmart app with curbside pickup and avoid standing in lines or even setting foot in a store altogether.

(Don’t forget to order doggy poop bags)

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

Susan Feniger (chef and restaurateur of Mud Hen Tavern and Border Grill) offers six simple recipes you can prepare if you’re eating alone during quarantine.

Angry Eggs And Crack n Jack

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

Nothing says “I don’t need to put my mouth near anyone tonight” like eating a bunch of eggs! Complement this spicy finger food with a bowlful of delicious Crack n Jack. A delightful snack to munch while you watch Hitch on Netflix for the third night in a row.

Angry Eggs

yield 1 quart filling/ 60 angry eggs

30 hard-cooked egg yolks
¾ cup mayonnaise
¼ cup Chinese chile garlic sauce
¼ cup aji amarillo pure
3 tbs dijon mustard
kosher salt to taste

*The egg yolks are taken from a 8-minute boiled egg. Cut the eggs in half and remove the yolks. Place the cooked whites in a hotel pan and set aside.

Place all the egg yolks in a food processor with other ingredients. Puree until smooth. Taste for salt and adjust if necessary.

Place the yolk mix in a piping bag with a star tip and refill the whites. Top with a dollop of green Sriracha and a sprinkle of reshampati chile powder.

Crack n Jack

Yield ½ sheet pan

10 cups popped popcorn

1.5 cups pretzels
1.25 cups roasted salted peanuts
1⁄4 lb unsalted butter, cut in cubes
1⁄2 box brown sugar
1⁄4 cup corn syrup
3⁄4 tsp kosher salt
1⁄4 tsp baking soda
1⁄4 tsp cayenne
8 tsp Jack Daniels (or well bourbon)

Preset the oven to 250°F

Spray a large bowl and a rubber spatula to get ready. Also, spray a large sheet pan, top with parchment, and spray again. Set aside.

Place the popcorn, pretzels, and peanuts in the bowl and stir. In a small saucepot heat the butter, brown sugar, and corn syrup until thick and bubbling. You might have to stir once or twice. The bubbles will move slowly and it will look thick when it’s ready.

Turn off the heat and add the salt, baking soda, and cayenne all at once. Stir and then immediately pour in the Jack. (be careful, it may splatter at this point). Continue to stir until it stops bubbling.

Pour over the popcorn mix in the bowl and with the rubber spatula, stir until all the popcorn mix in

Pour over the popcorn mix in the bowl and with the rubber spatula, stir until all the popcorn mix is thoroughly coated.

Pour onto the sheet pan and spread out so it is evenly distributed. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes and then stir and bake for another 20 minutes. Stir and bake for 20 minutes more.

Remove and let cool at room temperature and it will harden. After it cools and hardens you can put it in an airtight container.

Beef Jerky And Dill Pickles

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

Fill the void in your life with more snacks! This succulent homemade jerky recipe will make sure your meat isn’t as dry as your romantic prospects. Balance it out with a plate of pickles — another menu item that’s perfect for when you know you won’t have to kiss someone. Crack your favorite beer open, you earned it? You didn’t earn it, but still crack open your favorite beer; it goes great with this plate.

Beef Jerky Marinade

(this recipe is for flank steak)

9 tbs vegan Worcestershire
9 tbs soy sauce
5 tsp honey, warm
1⁄2 tbs cracked black pepper (NOT ground, from pepper mill — bigger)
1⁄2 tbs onion powder
1/5 tsp liquid smoke
1 tsp red pepper flake
6 tbs Pepsi

Mix all together

Marinate flank steak overnight. Dehydrate according to machine’s instructions.

Dill Pickles

1 lb cucumber spears (each one cut in 4), wash them well first
4 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
1/3 cup dill sprigs, large stems removed, but not chopped
1 tsp whole black peppercorn
1 tsp yellow mustard seeds
1/3 tsp red pepper flake
4 tsp +1 tbs kosher salt
1 1/3 cups hot tap water
1 1/3 cups cold tap water

Make sure the jar has been run through the dishwasher so it is clean and sanitized, otherwise the pickles will mold instead of ferment.

Place the cucumbers, garlic, dill, black pepper, red pepper, and mustard seeds in a bowl and mix well until the cucumbers are evenly mixed with the spices.

Pack the cucumbers and all the spices into the mason jar and push them down so they are as low in the jar as possible.

Dissolve all the salt in the hot tap water first, stirring until it all dissolves. Add the cold tap water and stir well. Pour over the cucumbers in the jar. After the jar is filled, try to push the cucumbers down more so they are entirely submerged. (They will continue to sink as they soften).

Cover with one of the linen (white with red stripe) cloths and rubberband it together. The jar should be placed at room temperature on the panini station for 3 days. After that it can be refrigerated.

Drink A Bottle Of Bourbon

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

If eating snack food while you watch bad movies doesn’t numb the pain, consider drinking some bourbon. Alcohol is proven to make good things better and awful things slightly more manageable. Except when it doesn’t. Don’t have shot glasses? Who cares! Drink it straight from the bottle. We’re not fancy here.

One Bottle Of Bourbon

1 bottle of bourbon
4 shot glasses (if feeling fancy)

Pour the bourbon into a shot glass

Drink

Repeat until life seems worth living or you fall asleep watching reruns of Shark Tank

Hamburger With Fried Egg And Bacon

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

More eggs and pickles! Again, you’re not even talking to anyone this evening so breath should be the furthest thing from your mind. A fried egg makes everything better, and your crippling loneliness is no exception. Keep your fingers clear of the knife as you cut your tomatoes and onions. It may seem impossible to believe right now, but you might still need that ring finger one day.

Hamburger With Fried Egg And Bacon

Burger meat
Stuff that goes on a burger
Egg
Bacon

This isn’t rocket science

Just make a hamburger and put an egg and some bacon on top of it

If you can’t do this, maybe it’s time to take a look in the mirror and reevaluate some things

Frozen Pizza Pockets And Chocolate Milk

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

Relive the good old days of college when you were surviving off frozen food and could still convince someone to see your naked body once in a while. Scalding-hot cheese, sugar milk, and enough sodium to kill horse. Also, maybe get really stoned before you eat this. Like really, really, REALLY stoned. It can’t hurt.

Frozen Pizza Pockets And Chocolate Milk

1 box of frozen pizza pockets
1 gallon of chocolate milk
1 bottle of extra virgin olive oil

Preheat oven to 350° F

Remove frozen pizza pockets from the box and discard all wrappers

Place pizza pockets in a skillet

Lightly drizzle with olive oil

Bake for 30 minutes, make sure pizza pockets are cooked all the way through

Bet you never made a pizza pocket in the oven with some olive oil

Serve with a tall glass of cold chocolate milk

Chew On The Regret Of A Lifetime Of Mistakes

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

Stare an an empty plate and chew on all the mistakes you made over the years that led you to this point. Did you have to say those hurtful things? Were you ever truly open to loving someone? Open to being loved? Open to overlooking all the annoying shit someone does in the interest of long-term companionship? You’re eating alone during quarantine — clearly you have a few errors on your scoreboard. This is dark. Like, really dark. You don’t even have some friends you can hang out with on a Zoom call? Maybe make it a goal to never let this happen again.

Chew On The Regret Of A Lifetime Of Mistakes

1 empty plate
1 lifetime of mistakes

The chewing is a metaphor; you don’t actually have to make chewing motions with your mouth.

Wait! We can’t end on such a bummer. How do we save this…

6 Susan Feniger Recipes For Eating Alone During Quarantine

Yay! All better. Stay safe!

Need To Entertain Your Kids? Behold, Stress Free Craft Time

Need To Entertain Your Kids? Behold, Stress Free Craft Time

These past few months, we’ve all had to face some pretty drastic adjustments to our lives. It doesn’t matter where in this country you are, there’s one thing that parents can definitely all agree on:

Keeping your kids busy is HARD.

Breaking news, I know.

Even though “kids are endless balls of energy and brain power that, if left unattended, could destroy us all” isn’t brand new information, the reality that we’re all living in right now was, unfortunately, not outlined in any parenting books. Not only are the kids at home all day, everyday, but you can’t exactly go waltzing into a store to pick up activities for them.

(Seriously, do not go waltzing into stores)

So, how are you going to entertain your kids while everyone’s staying home? Well, you could bust out the duct tape, permanent markers, maybe mommy’s eyelash glue, and see what kind of abstract pieces they come up with?

(Don’t do that)

OR! Or, you could shop online at Walmart for all things crafty and turn your home into a kid friendly creative wonderland.

Stay safe, stay sane, let Walmart bring craft time to you.

Ryan’s Murder Has Been Solved But The Coop Nation Drama Continues

Ryan’s Murder Has Been Solved But The Coop Nation Drama Continues

Now that Ryan’s murder has been solved, there’s no more drama – right? RIGHT!?

Hahaha – no.

There will always be drama.

The Coop Reunion is unlike any other cast reunion because, unlike televised reunions that force you to sit through long commercial breaks and interviews with cast members nobody actually liked, this interactive series lets YOU pick which cast members you do (and don’t) catch up with!

So what are you waiting for!? Go find out how your favorite Coop cast members are doing post-solving Ryan’s murder mystery!



CAST:

BRIAN HUSKEY: Sam Flowers

DEBORAH BAKER JR: Petra

TORY DEVON SMITH: Elton

OLIVER COOPER: Blake

JEN TULLOCK: Iwona

JORDAN GAVARIS: Prince

KATIE WEE: Mary

TRAVIS MILLS: Miles

LOU WILSON: D.J. J.D.

NORA KIRKPATRICK: Dr. Diane

ARISTOTLE ATHIRAS: Derrick

NICK VIALL: Ryan

JON GABRUS: Greg

KATE BERLANT: Betty

JOHN EARLY: Bobby

MARGARET CHO: Miss Debbie

BRIDGET EVERETT: Detective Sally

TONY HALE: Priest

BOBBY MOYNIHAN: Billie

Look Your Best (And Stay Comfy) While Working From Home

Look Your Best (And Stay Comfy) While Working From Home

Virtual meetings are, honestly, kind of weird.

Sure, when you were working in your office you still had to dress the part, but it’s one thing to sit in a meeting in a conference room and it’s another thing to stare at yourself talking while in a Zoom meeting.

Working from home doesn’t have to be uncomfortable, though! Thanks to the Walmart app, you can shop for outfits that will have you looking and feeling your best in all your video conferences, from the comfort of your home office chair. Or, more realistically, you can shop for all the silkiest PJ’s, comfiest sweatpants, and softest tees Walmart has to offer. Since, y’know, your webcam is “broken”. (It’s fine, we won’t tell anyone.)

Stay comfy, and stay safe.

The Police Need Your Help Solving Ryan’s Murder!

The Police Need Your Help Solving Ryan’s Murder!

The authorities have FINALLY arrived, but they still need your help to solve Ryan’s murder.

Even though it is typically the police’s job to solve crimes, YOU have all the clues that will lead to Ryan’s killer, So now you must review your clues carefully and point out the Coop housemate that is responsible for Ryan’s death.

HOWEVER, if you choose the wrong person, you will forever have to live with the fact that you put an innocent person behind bars and let a Ryan’s killer roam free among society.

No pressure: we’re just stating facts.



CAST:

BRIAN HUSKEY: Sam Flowers

DEBORAH BAKER JR: Petra

TORY DEVON SMITH: Elton

OLIVER COOPER: Blake

JEN TULLOCK: Iwona

JORDAN GAVARIS: Prince

KATIE WEE: Mary

TRAVIS MILLS: Miles

LOU WILSON: D.J. J.D.

NORA KIRKPATRICK: Dr. Diane

ARISTOTLE ATHIRAS: Derrick

NICK VIALL: Ryan

JON GABRUS: Greg

KATE BERLANT: Betty

JOHN EARLY: Bobby

MARGARET CHO: Miss Debbie

BRIDGET EVERETT: Detective Sally

TONY HALE: Priest

BOBBY MOYNIHAN: Billie

Parents, For The Sake Of Everyone, Make Sure You Make Time For Yourselves

Parents, For The Sake Of Everyone, Make Sure You Make Time For Yourselves

It’s month three of social distancing and Stay At Home, and we’re all going a little crazy.

How are you supposed to escape your kids?! Where are you supposed to GO during a pandemic?! Unfortunately we’re all still stuck inside, and cabin fever is REAL, folks.

The good news, though, is Walmart does delivery right to your doorstep.

So although you can’t exactly go out for a spa day or avoid helping with months of third grade math homework, with Walmart.com you can have flashcards delivered for the kids, and everything you need (and deserve) for some super necessary “me” time.

Wayne Brady’s New Rap Song Is The Quarantine Anthem We All Need Right Now

Wayne Brady’s New Rap Song Is The Quarantine Anthem We All Need Right Now

Wayne Brady dropped a new song (and hand gestures) that will help you social distance safely.

It can be tricky to hear someone through their face mask, but instead of stepping closer, listen to this beat, give ‘em six feet, and use your hands to get your point across.

Sure we all learned our traffic hand signals when we were kids – how to let folks know when we were stopping to turn while riding a bike. But, in this new and crazy era, it’s time to update our hand signals, and add a few, so we can clearly communicate with those around us, whether it’s through the window of our homes or when we go out for a safe, socially-distanced walk.

With the Walmart app, you can use your hand gestures to do all of your shopping right from the comfort and safety of your home. There’re a ton of features for stress free shopping, like curbside pickup or delivery right to your door.

A lot of stuff is really hard right now. Thanks to Walmart, shopping while social distancing is only a few hand gestures away.

“Robbie” Just Dropped On Comedy Central & You Need To Binge It ASAP

“Robbie” Just Dropped On Comedy Central & You Need To Binge It ASAP

Here’s the hard truth: the curve has NOT been flattened, and quarantine isn’t letting up anytime soon.

This sucks. This really, really sucks. But let’s focus on three silver-linings for a sec:

#1: When you stay inside, you are literally saving lives.

#2: No one can shame you for staying inside and binging any series your little heart desires.

#3: Comedy Central just dropped the first season of Robbie ON ALL OF THEIR PLATFORMS.

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Robbie is hysterical and highly quotable (and meme-able) show about a small town youth league basketball coach who was living in his father’s shadow until he discovers HE HAS A SON OF HIS OWN who can lead him to greatness.

ALSO, the show is written by Rory Scovel and Anthony King (Broad City, Silicon Valley) AND is co-starring with Rory are Beau Bridges (who plays his Dad), Sasheer Zamata and Mary Holland. ADDITIONALLY – Scovel, King, and Scott Moran are executive producers, and Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Betsy Koch and Owen Burke are executive producers for Gary Sanchez Productions, SO YOU KNOW THIS SHOW IS GONNA BE A GOOD TIME.

Robbie is available to watch in its entirety via Comedy Central’s YouTube channel, Comedy Central’s website, the Comedy Central App, Comedy Central Video on Demand, and Comedy Central Now.

This show is literally available everywhere – you have no excuse not to watch it.

These Speeches Ruined Iwona’s Wedding But May Have Solved Ryan’s Murder

These Speeches Ruined Iwona’s Wedding But May Have Solved Ryan’s Murder

Unfortunately in “The Coop” house, we may have learned a little too much during Iwona and Blake’s wedding speeches: like that Mary and Ryan are related, but that didn’t stop them from hooking up (though Mary did clarify that they “only” went to third base – which is honestly somehow worse). Or that Blake once crapped his pants and has a secret alter ego with major rage problems.

Yikes.

Anyway, the cops are on their way, and time is running out! It is up to YOU to find the clues that will reveal Ryan’s murderer.



CAST:

BRIAN HUSKEY: Sam Flowers

DEBORAH BAKER JR: Petra

TORY DEVON SMITH: Elton

OLIVER COOPER: Blake

JEN TULLOCK: Iwona

JORDAN GAVARIS: Prince

KATIE WEE: Mary

TRAVIS MILLS: Miles

LOU WILSON: D.J. J.D.

NORA KIRKPATRICK: Dr. Diane

ARISTOTLE ATHIRAS: Derrick

NICK VIALL: Ryan

JON GABRUS: Greg

KATE BERLANT: Betty

JOHN EARLY: Bobby

MARGARET CHO: Miss Debbie

BRIDGET EVERETT: Detective Sally

TONY HALE: Priest

BOBBY MOYNIHAN: Billie

This Wedding (And Funeral) Is Nothing But Drama

This Wedding (And Funeral) Is Nothing But Drama

The best part of any wedding is getting tipsy at the reception.

The second best part? the drama.

This stands true in “The Coop” house too: Mary and Miles are completely unprepared wedding speeches (which is honestly not surprising), but as the two exchange advice (“speak from your heart!” yeah, whatever Miles), Mary discovers a condemning piece of evidence that may change everything you thought you knew about Ryan’s murder.

DJ J.D. is debating whether to nicely introducing the “virgin” couple, or ruin Iwona and Blake’s special day and use this opportunity on the mic to call out who he believes murdered Ryan (and give his opinion on why he thinks virgins suck). While DJ J.D. has this internal moral debate, Elton and Prince have a photo booth photoshoot that accidentally leads to a deadly new clue

Oh yeah, and just in case you forgot: this a combined wedding AND funeral reception -which means that RYAN’S CASKET IS NEXT TO THE BUFFETT!

DISGUSTING.

(But honestly, it is kind of nice that you can fill your plate, say your condolences, and continue on with your evening)

It is up to YOU to piece together the clues to solve Ryan’s murder. Don’t let him down!!



CAST:

BRIAN HUSKEY: Sam Flowers

DEBORAH BAKER JR: Petra

TORY DEVON SMITH: Elton

OLIVER COOPER: Blake

JEN TULLOCK: Iwona

JORDAN GAVARIS: Prince

KATIE WEE: Mary

TRAVIS MILLS: Miles

LOU WILSON: D.J. J.D.

NORA KIRKPATRICK: Dr. Diane

ARISTOTLE ATHIRAS: Derrick

NICK VIALL: Ryan

JON GABRUS: Greg

KATE BERLANT: Betty

JOHN EARLY: Bobby

MARGARET CHO: Miss Debbie

BRIDGET EVERETT: Detective Sally

TONY HALE: Priest

BOBBY MOYNIHAN: Billie

Ron Howard Digs Up A Very Strange Voicemail His Agent Left Him In 1983

Ron Howard Digs Up A Very Strange Voicemail His Agent Left Him In 1983

Lets be honest: we all miss our pre-pandemic problems.

During this time, it is really important to look for silver-linings to keep yourself from drowning in this seemingly endless sea of bad news. One of the few life rafts we can climb onto is reflecting on (and laughing at) how big we thought our pre-pandemic problems were.

Ron Howard offers a perfect example a time he thought one of his problems was the end of the world: back in the 80’s when he was casting his film Splash, his agent Warren Klein left him a devastating voicemail: actress Shelley Long (who had originally encouraged Klein to adapt the play into a movie) had passed on the lead role of the mermaid Madison. On top of that, all the candidates for the leading man Allen Bauer had also turned down the role.

Oof.

In Howard’s mind – this was a CRISIS: in one short voicemail, Howard had been kicked back to square one. Who was he going to cast that would fit the script AND would motivate the public to buy tickets to see the film? His career and directing reputation depended on Spash’s success.

But did Ron Howard let this “crisis” stop him? No, and we know that because Splash went on to make $69.8 million and was the tenth highest-grossing film of 1984 and the leading roles were played by the beloved Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah. Things worked out because, instead of being paralyzed by fear, he looked for solutions.

So yeah – things aren’t great right now (and if we’re being honest, there are days that everything is absolutely terrible), but we can’t let fear consume us. We have to find silver-linings, we have to take steps that’ll help us move forward, and we need to seek out the solutions so that we can have a better (or at least a more bearable) tomorrow.

You can help create a better tomorrow is by donating to the Motion Picture & Television Fund. This organization offers assistance and relief to those in film and television that have been affected by COVID-19.


Starring: Ron Howard

Writer, Director: Jody Lambert

Writer, Actor: Matt Oberg

Editor: Justin Nijm

Special thanks to: Natalie Bruss, Courteney Bailey, Jennifer Clymer

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