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'Kroll Show's Second Season Evolves Into "Sketch-uational Comedy"

As far as character showcases go, it doesn't get much more elaborate than Kroll Show.

When Nick Kroll's sketch series on Comedy Central returned for its second season in January, it was clear that he had set his sights firmly on the pseudo-celebrity culture of reality television, with a lineup of characters inspired by the most despicable monsters that crawled out of the Jersey Shore and Real Housewives muck: the Guido womanizer Bobby Bottleservice, the psychopathic publicists of "PubLIZity," the man-child toilet-baby C-Czar, the self-destructively vain Rich Dicks, etc. But if the first season served to introduce the freakshow, the second season unleashed them out into [...]

"Im looking 4 a girl who is not afraid 2 express herself wit otter girls, ha ha ha, inneundo."

America's favorite lothario, Bobby Bottleservice, on what he looks for in a Valentine: "Da kind of things i am looking 4 in a girl, are big natural breasts like J-Wow, Im looking 4 a girl who is very good at plucking out her eyes’ brow, Im looking 4 a girl who drinks a lot of vokka out of Solo cups, Im looking 4 a girl who is not afraid 2 express herself wit otter girls, ha ha ha, inneundo."

What to Expect From the Promising 'Kroll Show'

Comedian Nick Kroll’s new sketch series for Comedy Central Kroll Show officially premieres tonight, but it feels like the show has already been airing for weeks. Kroll’s characters – both new and old alike – have been floating around online since the show’s announcement two summers ago, giving viewers plenty of time to familiarize themselves with the man’s many talents. Favorites “Bobby Bottleservice” and “Rich Dicks” (with Kroll’s right-hand-man Jon Daly) make cameos in early episodes, along with several new faces. The show moves briskly from character to character, trading dialogue exposition for glossy, self-explanatory title cards, and rarely leaves a second of airtime without a visual gag. [...]

Please Welcome Bobby Bottleservice to Twitter

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Attention, Internet: Nick Kroll's Bobby Bottleservice is now on Twitter. You know what to do.

Megan Amram's Stain Removal Advice Is Not at All Practical

You probably won't get any useful advice out of Megan Amram's stain removal article in this month's Vice, but that's OK. There's more to life than stain removal, such as complete insanity: "Either way, fashion is a big part of this season. It’s always 'Who are you wearing?' this and 'Where did you get your two top hats that were made for worms?' that and 'Ma’am, are you kissing a bee?' this and 'Ma’am, are you open-mouth-kissing that bee?' that. But, IMHO opinion, experts are neglecting the most important part of fashion: the part where you DON’T HAVE STAINS ON ANYTHING. That’s not an acronym, I’M JUST MAD."

Bobby Bottleservice Goes to Africa

Apparently, the charity Malaria No More has a lot of money on its hands, because it went and sent Nick Kroll to Africa in order to make a web video there as Bobby Bottleservice. It's all a part of the charity's Comedy Fights Malaria campaign, which has enlisted a slew of comedians to speak out against the disease.