Garfunkel and Oates: Trying to Be Special (2016)

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Musical comedy duo, Garfunkel and Oats attempt to put on a comedy special.


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17 December 2018 | boris_unanimate
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| Talented, funny and entertaining
Though I am of the firm belief that women are not inherently funny, some, on the other hand, just are exceedingly hilarious, and then some. I've followed Rikki and Kate on YouTube for some time and know all their songs, and hearing them again wasn't really as boring as you'd expect, when you already know them by heart. It's like going to see your favorite band live. You know every song and you still enjoy it. Above all, I enjoyed how talented both of them are. Both are good actresses and have a lot of comedic talent. It takes a lot to both make music and jokes and not mess it all up live when you can't redo a take, like on video. They're far from my favorite comedians, but this special is well worth the watch. With all said, I hope for new material soon.

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