Paul Reiser’s Greatest Strength Is Ordering Food, and Other Things We Learned When We Gave Him a Job Interview

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Comedy icon Paul Reiser may already be pretty steadily employed — he’s got a role on Amazon’s Red Oaks, and was recently cast in season two of Netflix’s Stranger Things — and his theatrical CV spans from his breakout performance in the ‘80s classic Diner to his central role in Mad About You. But that didn’t stop us from putting him through the paces of a job interview. Unsurprisingly, Reiser turned out to be a likably surly candidate with an oddly charming affinity for being annoyed by everyone.

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