Here's a clip from tomorrow night's episode of Garfunkel and Oates, in which Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci decide to buy a promising looking porn parody called Garfinger & Butts and check out at the register with porn shop owner John Oates. Apparently there was more to the duo's deal with Oates than free beer.
Garfunkel and Oates are heading out on tour. The musical comedy duo, made up of Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, is set to hit 14 major US cities starting on August 22nd, THR reports. Tickets go on sale to the public this Friday at 10am. Lindhome and Micucci's new TV series, also titled Garfunkel and Oates, premieres on IFC on August 7th, just a couple weeks prior to the start of the tour. Garfunkel and Oates' tour will be part of the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour, making them the first comedy act featured in the annual tour that's featured acts like Iggy Azalea, Macklemore, Kendrick Lamar and Of [...]
Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci of the musical comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates have an IFC show out soon, and according to THR, child star-turned-director Fred Savage has signed on to direct the series. Savage has had tons of experience directing both single and multi-cam comedies, including episodes of Modern Family, Party Down, Happy Endings, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and 2 Broke Girls, not to mention every episode of Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair's short-lived but beloved NBC series Best Friends Forever. Jonathan Stern (Children's Hospital, Burning Love) will serve as executive producer with former head SNL writer Dennis McNicholas on as showrunner. Garfunkel and [...]
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It was at the beginning of this very summer of two thousand thirteen Anno Domini when we all wondered why Kanye was asking for croissants in such an aggressive tone, yet all people want to talk about now, [...]
Why anyone would break up with Garfunkel and/or Oates (Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, respectively), is beyond me. Yet some messy boy or boys did and all G&O can do is clean, sing sadly, and put on an adorable play where cats dress up as everything from sponges to Molotov cocktails to DVD copies of The Last Boy Scout. At least, they have each other and their fans and all those crazy cats (except the one dressed up like an ashtray, she’s mine).
The minds behind Garfunkel and Oates paid a visit to the Late Night desk last night, where they chatted with Meyers about first meeting each other when they were both on a bad date, the deal they struck with John Oates to use his name, and how Micucci didn't start swearing until she started singing with Lindhome. Click through to watch them play "Pregnant Women Are Smug."
Here are the opening credits to IFC's newest comedy Garfunkel and Oates, based on Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci's musical comedy act of the same name. The eight-episode first season starts up on August 7th and will feature an eclectic group of guest stars, including Ben Kingsley, Tig Notaro, and, of course, John Oates from Hall & Oates.
Musical comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates (Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci) are the latest to contribute a story to Vulture and UCB's half-animated video series "Pop Culture Memory Lane." Their tale concerns meeting their hero and namesake John Oates, of Hall and Oates fame, and performing a show with him. Unfortunately, Lindhome's mom messed up when filming the set and only recorded the audio. John Oates contacted Garfunkel and Oates on MySpace, but it was 2008, so that's forgivable. I have a feeling that John Oates is still using MySpace, though, wondering to himself, "Where did everyone go?"
Musical comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates have a new show premiering on IFC August 7th, and the network released a full episode sneak peek today so you can watch Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci "go full mermaid" on a double date a week before they make their TV debut.
IFC announced a bunch of stuff about its newest comedy Garfunkel and Oates today. Created by and starring Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci and based on the duo's musical comedy act of the same name, Garfunkel and Oateswas given an eight-episode order for a first season by IFC last year. Here's all the new stuff about the show that IFC revealed today:
Guest stars for the first two episodes include Ben Kingsley, Chris Hardwick, Tig Notaro, Anthony Jeselnik, Abby Elliott, Natasha Leggero, Chris Parnell, Steve Agee, and John Oates of Hall & Oates fame.
The show will premiere Thursday, August 7th at 10pm.
Dennis McNicholas, who wrote for SNL from 1995 [...]
IFC announced this morning that they've ordered a new TV show from musical comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates. Made up of comedians Riki Lindhome (Garfunkel) and Kate Micucci (Oates), Garfunkel and Oates began as a live act in 2007 and the duo's web videos have become viral successes. The show, also called Garfunkel and Oates, will debut sometime in 2014 and the first season will consist of 10 episodes. Here's the plot description:
Garfunkel and Oates will spotlight the personal and professional lives of the duo whose career choices – singing satirical and sometimes dirty songs – leaves them with little in common with their peers, and no one [...]
Garfunkel and Oates were reported to have made a deal to shoot a pilot for HBO last year, and it appears this is what came of it: it's been cut into five shorts, all between three and six minutes long, available exclusively on HBO GO under the HBO Digitals banner. The one above is the second in the series, and it's a full-blown music video to go along with their song "Pregnant Women Are Smug." It's the only short that's solely a music video; the first one is about Jon Daly and Thomas Middleditch's unsuccessful hookup attempts with our heroes, for example, and they all fit together to [...]
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