Garfunkel and Oates (2014)

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Two hapless, twenty-something single women try to make it as a duo performing satirical songs about their personal and professional lives.

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Riki Lindhome, Kate Micucci

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15 February 2016 | SnoopyStyle
7
| fun female comedy duo
Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci star as their alternate self trying to make it in L.A. as the comedic musical duo Garfunkel and Oates. They have various misadventures as single gals in the modern world.

I love both Lindhome and Micucci individually in their various shows. Lindhome is obviously statuette but also shows a sense of humor when needed. Micucci is the quirky one with her bulging eyes and her ukulele playing. I didn't know they're a writing team but apparently they've been doing this for quite some time. They seem to be a part of a new wave of female comedy duos. Garfunkel and Oates is not necessarily the best but they are very, very good. They are very likable which balances out their edgy quirkiness. This is a small show still struggling to find its feet after an eight episode first season when it doesn't get renewed. The girls need to find a circle of supporting characters that could interact with them in every episode.

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