A fixture of mainstream comedy since “This is Spinal Tap,” the mockumentary format allows the judgement-free camera to let Michael Scott and Nigel Tufnel embarrass themselves on their own.
But with “Nathan For You,” which enters its second season on July 1st, and the recently renewed “Review,” the network is showing viewers that there’s more to mockumentaries than confessionals and handheld cameras.
The show is expected to debut in early 2017, and may be considered for a late-night run, according to a person familiar with the situation, though no scheduling of the show has been decided upon as of yet.
In “The High Court,” central figure “Judge Doug”gets high and rules on real small claims court cases.
"I called him a douchebag to his face," the comedian recalled, "and that wasn't as harsh as saying 'you don't know how to run a casino.' " But everything else? Jeselnik thought those smiles were fake though, a calculated way for Trump to get more camera time.
On fashion If you can take a deep breath or sit down, your corset isn't tight enough. Marriages are arranged with the mutual business interests of our fathers in mind.
On speaking your mind Women should neither have nor express opinions. On education Reading a college-level book will shrink your ovaries.
Or at least he's good at pretending to be a good sport.
Today, comedy writer and "Family Guy" producer Aaron Lee posted a list of "Jokes that were and were not allowed at the roast of Donald Trump." On the approved punchline menu, Lee's personal analysis of all the jokes told at the televised roast, are laughs about Trump's hair, all of his three wives, his penchant for models, his failed product endorsements, his failed casinos, his status as a business legacy, his weight and his relationship with daughter Ivanka.