So, aside from actually being funny to the viewer (at least some of the time), what differentiates shit-stirrers like Eric Andre from "it's just a prank bro!" guys on YouTube?
I mean, he does interviews and such, but he also goes out and does things like this:
Where he goes onstage at the RNC and invites Alex Jones to sleep with his wife and wanders around outside the DNC trying to get people to smell a dirty sock he claims to have bought in a bathroom "super cheap."
Is it willingness to commit and not "I WAS JOKING BRO IT WAS A PRANK" the second anybody reacts badly?
It was the first one that sprang to mind. My question wasn't really about which of his bits is the best but how he pulls it off when so many try to do the same thing and fail miserably.
I love these two
I want him to fuck my ass
Is this the greatest collaboration of our era?
>me on the left
Wait, what the fuck? These two were actually on the verge of killing each other until Bran told them through his psychic timetravelling bullshit that Littlefinger was manipulating them? And then they just execute Littlefinger without hesitation despite him saving their lives numerous times? And then the sisters just make up and become chummy in the span of a day? What the fuck kind of writing is this?
>logic to the show or critique plot holes
Just think about what you're saying for a second.
This is a retarded show, and you're a retard for even trying to analyze plot holes. Seriously, neck yourself idiot.
What are some shows where duplicitous roasties get their just desserts?
>the hero's journey
hi /tv/ can you recommend me movies like batman and upstream color
What did he mean by this?
>*everybody leaves except main character*
Why do normies refer to this fantasy flick as sci-fi film?
>Budget: $175 million
>Box office: $146.2 million
How do movie studios deal with flops like this?
Hoe can /tv/ hate capeshit but also hate Birdman? It literally shits on capeshit and its audiences.