Rob Corddry Has A Broner
Rob Corddry preps his friends when he recognizes a one-night stand across the bar.
- July 06, 2015
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Keely Kathleen Williams
Florence Mae Mon
Writer/Director - Alan Tanner
Producer - Jason Carden
Producer - Sean Dacanay
1st AD - Sean Dacanay
Production Coordinator - David Ferrier
DP - Matt Sweeney
1st AC - Michael Lincoln
Key Grip - Jen Cohen
Grip - Nick Lundstrom
Gaffer - Mike Blevins
Electric - Artur Gubin
Swing - Kenny Bauer
Art - Brad Salo
Hair/Makeup - Jen Osborne
Sound - Mike Robertson
PA - Ben Parks
PA - Adam Jacobs
Editor - Alan Tanner
Graphics - Shawn James
Music - Devin Davis
July 06, 2015
Johnny Meeks: Yeah. That was my right hand.
Dave Theune: You're left handed?
> Nope, and that's why I
was able to crush it so easily.
> My ex-wife taught me how to do that.
> I do it all the time.
> You do?
> I need to hang out with you more.
Rob Corrdry: Ah, shit.
Nate Shelkey: W-what's going on?
> (stammers) D-don't. Don't.
Alright guys, listen up. There's this girl that I slept with
a few weeks ago, and it might've involved you guys in a couple
of the excuses I used to get out of seeing her again.
She's on her way over here right now, so there's not a lot of time.
> For what?
> We got to get our story straight.
Tom, on Tuesday I had lunch with you and your mom at the Last
Resort Grill in Pasadena. Dave, on Friday I helped you get rid of a
family of possums that were living in your attic.
> Possums? Got it.
> And Mike, Mike...
> You put an O in front of that?
> Oh, I had to pick you
up in Santa Monica, because you locked your keys in your car.
> We did have one trip with my mom on Tuesday. That'll be easy.
> There's more. Dave, on Wednesday night we had a book
club meeting at Page Turners on Dodge.
> What book?
> Count of Monte Cristo.
> Saw the movie.
> Todd, on the 14th, me, you, and your nephew we sold churros spring carnival.
And Mike, remember last Saturday when we shot guns, and got
massages? Well, I really drove you to the airport, because
you had to visit your sick Gam-Gam in the hospital.
> Oh no,
is she okay?
> No, she died of
atrophic polychondritis. It's a multi-systemic condition characterized
by the deterioration of cartilage. We went to her funeral in San Jose on Sunday.
It was lovely, but it was a little long.
> Poor Gam-Gam.
> There's no Gam-Gam.
> Well we did sell churros at the spring carnival.
> Focus, last Saturday I went to your place. We replaced the alternator in your car,
we drank homemade Kahlua.
> You should not be drinking.
I'm helping you train for a triathlon.
> Got it bro.
I'm going to win this one for Gam-Gam.
> Mike, you've been in a horrible, horrible accident
at the shoe horn factory where you work. I visit you in the
hospital on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
> Alright, but it doesn't look like I was in a horrible...
Ah, Jesus Christ.
> I'm going to win this one for Gam-Gam.
> What's wrong with you?
> Time is of the essence.
On Friday we attended a reception at NASA to honor Dave's achievements
for the Hubble telescope. Mike, the little league baseball team we
call manage won the championship on the 10th. Todd, you're gay.
> Again, we did go...wait, what?
> Oh, and listen up,
because this involves all of you, we are apart of a civil war
reenactment troop on Saturday we will be fighting the battle of
the Pacheco Pass.
> The blood is in my eye now.
> The main thing you need understand about a telescope is they
allow you to see things that are really far away.
> There's no time! On the 17th, we drove to Canada to retrieve
and inheritance left to you by your estranged Uncle Dimitrius Chatterworth...
> Gay? I have a girlfriend.
> I'm going into shock.
> This is something people do right?
> Perfectly fine, to be gay.
> I was inside of the Pyramid of Khufu,
and we were challenged to a fight by a one armed man, a [Inaudible] sheik,
and a member of a Mexican drug cartel.
> Alright, this is
it guys. Pull it together ok. Focus up. Here we go.
>>Am I going to be disfigured?
> And I need you to shave that mustache.
> Hey...ah, that's not her. That's totally not her.
> Hey guys, I'm gay.