As Bruce Springsteen never put it: If you're going to New Jersey, you may as well get some funny books out of the experience. On October 26, Joel McHale (the late Community and The Soup, and the upcoming The Great Indoors) and Will Forte (SNL, The Last Man on Earth, MacGruber) are teaming up for a conversation at Loew's Jersey Theater in Jersey City, in conjunction with Brooklyn's Word Bookstore, to celebrate the release of their two upcoming books, both out October 25. McHale's Thanks for the Money is half-memoir, half-guide to becoming successful enough to write a memoir, while Forte's 101 Things to Definitely Not Do If You Want to Get a Chick is an illustrated guide to maintaining a basic level of human decency on dates. "Not since Tilda Swinton and Paul Bettany (as Silas from The Da Vinci Code) have two whiter people come together to sell books," McHale said of the event. "Both of us relish the opportunity to stand onstage and throw books at people the same way rock stars do guitar picks." The event begins at 8 p.m. Tickets, priced at $45, cover admission to the event, copies of both books, and a $3 donation to the support the Loew's Jersey Theater. They're are available on Word's website.
Most Watched on Vulture
Most Viewed Stories
Shia LaBeouf Is Doing a 4-Year-Long Anti-Trump Livestream Event
Let’s Talk About the Ending of Split
Sundance: At the Women's March, Jessica Williams Was the Leader We Were Looking For
La La Land’s Ending Reveals the Movie’s True Romance
Madonna to Women’s March Detractors: ‘F*ck You’
Channing Tatum’s Leaked Email Is Glorious
Paul Scheer Nails Why Being a New Parent Ruins Your Best Friendships
Ashley Judd Performs 'I Am a Nasty Woman' Poem at Women's March on Washington
Latest News from VultureSundance: At the Women's March, Jessica Williams Was the Leader We Were Looking For
"I am my ancestors' dream," she told the crowd.Paul Scheer Nails Why Being a New Parent Ruins Your Best Friendships
"You're just awash with people you wouldn't even want to have dinner with."Is This the Most Politically Relevant Film at Sundance?
A uniquely relevant movie for our time.The Cast of The Little Hours Sets the Bar High for Awkward Crotch Sniffing
A new low or a new high?We Asked Rashida Jones About Her First Concert Which She Described As "Magic"
The King of Pop delivered.Madonna to Women’s March Detractors: ‘F*ck You’
She expressed herself.Celebs Turn Out for Women's March and Show Support on Social Media
Jessica Chastain, Zendaya, and Charlize Theron are among the protesters.Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases 8 Hamilton Demos So You Can Experience the Boundless Energy of Hamilton With Miranda Playing Every Part
A masterwork in progress.Scarlett Johansson at Women's March on Washington: 'Don't Let the Feelings of Helplessness Make You Complacent'
"Don't give up your power."Ashley Judd Performs 'I Am a Nasty Woman' Poem at Women's March on Washington
"I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee."
A showdown's a-coming.Protesters Channel Princess Leia, Carrie Fisher at Women's March
Taking cues from a rebel icon.Rachel Platten Calls Out The Piano Guys for Playing 'Fight Song' at Trump Inaugural Ball Without Permission
"Fight Song" was Hillary Clinton's campaign song.Jimmy Kimmel Pledges to Keep Taking Truth to Power By Gleefully Mocking President Trump
"Everything cannot be blamed on THE SYSTEM."Jessica Williams' Wonderful Response When Asked if She Misses The Daily Show
NPR and the spa, please.The One Thing Michael Showalter Says Every Romantic Comedy Needs
It's simple, really.Stephen Colbert Reviews Trump's Inaugural Speech on Late Show: ‘Like Lincoln Huffing Paint Thinner’
President of the United States of American CarnageKristen Stewart Makes a Mysterious Splash at Sundance With Her Directorial Debut
What was it about? Well ...Witchblade Is Not Quite a Witch and Not Quite a Blade, But to Answer Your Question, It Might Be a TV Reboot
Witchblade is sort of a blade, but it is also a bracelet that is an alien.