High Maintenance has created a sort of repertory company for their characters.
The comedian/writer/actor/musician has made a career out of redefining expectations.
And his highs and lows post-Idol.
The only enjoyable way to look back at this year’s infuriating news.
“I’ve played Latino roles, and I’ve played Native roles. I’d love a role where I’m playing a father, a loving husband.”
“People don’t spend that kind of fancy money on actual productions anymore. [On Vampire] we would go all around the world. It was crazy.”
If it has been a while since you’ve tuned into the game show, these next episodes would be a good time to reacquaint yourself.
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“Donna is tremendously awkward, sort of wielding her power of womanhood.”
“There comes a time in every kid’s life where they have to learn facts. I thought it was important they watch me enjoy the fridge.”
Call it dumb-smart, its dumbness freshly imbued with a deep, winking self-awareness.
Here, at last, is the real, unedited story.
“I feel like Jordan would win an award if this were a drama.”
“It’s almost like a sequel to a film.”
“They’re not going to give up that real estate.”
“Four years I’ve been saying to Louie, ’Please. Please do this scene.’”
“He’s gone a little off the deep end.”
And why he was initially annoyed by the offer.
“Clearly I’m addicted to a certain amount of self-loathing.”
“What if a [salad] leaf is too big? Do you cut it?”