Virtually Mike and Nora (2016– )

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Nora Kirkpatrick ("The Office", "Edward Sharpe") and Mike O'Brien ("SNL", "Portlandia") have teamed up with HULU to create the first sketch comedy series in virtual reality.

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6 April 2017 | xyzzy271-1
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| Comedy duo make excellent use of VR for short skits
I wasn't sure what to expect before watching these first 4 episodes that were free with my new Oculus Rift but both my friend and I love this show now and can't wait for new episodes! As the viewer you are smack in the middle of these skits as the comedy unfolds around you as if you were one of the characters. The first episode is "Airplane" which puts you awkwardly in the airline seat between an engaged couple from hell as they talk, bicker, reveal TMI about themselves and seek personal advice from you.

In "Magic Show" you get to be the uncooperative rabbit in a small-time Magician's act as things go laughably wrong for the magician and his assistant. The next two episodes deal with absurdly precocious children. Be sure to look around to catch all the sight gags. Here's to hoping many new episodes will be available soon from Mike O'Brien and Nora Fitzpatrick!

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