Not the least bit good. Discuss!
baleen likes this, which is a testament to how shit-laiden it is.
Go on, go watch your furrymush matrix dvds again little one. Pat pat.
I just wished for a dog to break into the room and start chewing on one of them.
|Caminante Nocturno |
They are never funny.
I really don't care if this is Tim and Eric or not, I just didn't find it really funny.
|WHO WANTS DESSERT |
This sucks! What do you think, Townleybomb?
|The Townleybomb |
You said it, Rudy!
-1 because this was too short.
|Billy the Poet |
Oswald, you're undermining your point by putting these up as the same time as Mr. Show clips.
except Bob Odenkirk helps produce and pretty much every person from Mr. Show has made a cameo
|Mike Tyson?! |
What a great joke!!
|Jet Bin Fever |
goofy sound effects and ugly people are FUNNY!
Pure and simple horseshit.
Wow. Each clip is worse than the last. Bravo!
I want to one star this again
That was fucking disgusting and plays on the revulsion people have for machine assisted humans.
|Adham Nu'man |
That was the most beautiful piece of art created by mankind.
That doofy bearded guy saying "me-me want some chicken" might be the funniest thing I have ever seen. Humor is weird.
It's like they had a decent joke put together at some point, then they systematically went through and ruined the rhythm of it by adding unnecessary screaming and awkward dialogue. Admittedly there was good awkward dialogue, but not enough to justify the length of this segment. The fact that they can take good material and fuck it up so badly really pisses me off.
They've done worse.
Can someone explain to me the exact repulsion to Tim & Eric skits? Admittedly not all their skits are good, but they've come up with some genuinely great stuff.
They do a fantastic job of creating parodies of terrible 90's style commercials, trends, and eclectic public access programming. Their adaptation of esoteric youtube poop-esque humor and it's synapse jarring cuts, moods and sounds, into a more conventional format, is pretty innovative. In addition, they've managed to create undeniably more interesting characters than other current American skit based programs.
Their sense of humor may be limited, but within that they've developed an extreme level of refinement and attention to detail as to what is funny. The usage of minutiae in human reactions, to create an awkward or disturbing undertone is very prevalent and different in contrast to more traditional comedy troupes. The sophistication in their behavioral studies combined with their bombastic, sophomoric humor creates the comedic effect for me.
Not trolling, I'm serious. Help me out here.
You have got to be trolling, but what the hell.
Tim and Eric are flat out awful and unfunny. I guess if you spent tons of time watching shitty commercials in the 90s you might find a glimmer of humor in their shit. The sad fact is that their "humor" consists of awkwardness and squishy sound effects. To the portion of the public with brains in their heads, this is boring, not funny, and in poor taste.
Nah, I'm actually serious, ha. That is not much of an intelligent break down you delivered, could you develop your detest further? Their comedy can be very childish, but as a whole its not stupid. Whilst a majority of their of their humor hinges on being awkward that is not entirely the case. The SFX are negligible, as that constitutes a mere element of the comedy. Yes, they often do use "squishy" or odd SFX, but they are rarely the punchline or point (apart from some milking or vomiting skits).
Their comedy is primarily parody of past style, interest or items of utility that have no sensible relevance to today.
This fictionalized retrospective of a world that never existed is what Tim & Eric is all about.
F+ because I once held high hopes for Tim and Eric...only to be sorely disappointed by their every endeavor.
To be honest though, I am jealous they have a show and do have to admire their "creativity". In another honest note, I can also say that i did not like this bit...a bit. :)
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