Is anyone else watching this? I am loving it. It is ridiculously fast and funny and makes good use of New Yorkers comfort with being approached by strangers.
I keep laughing thinking about Billy frantically telling people to watch the show Grimm because its "a fairy tale with a twist"
I finally caught a couple of full episodes over Christmas and I laughed my ass off. New Yorkers are the best. My favorite part might be when he tells them to scream the name of a celebrity they hate for a dollar.
"What about me? MAAAAHC AN-THO-NYYYY!!!!!!"
I love when he just gets fed up and leaves. My favorite was that one girl who liked some French band, and was trying to be real easy going and fun, and then goes into some story about missing someone in Dallas, and he just leaves mid story. Also, I love that lots of it is subjective...what a great idea.
It's been a long time since I laughed at a TV show as hard as I laughed at the first two episodes. Unfortunately now that I'm back in LA my shitty Time Warner cable doesn't carry Fuse. I'm at a true loss, but I heartily recommend the show to anyone with good cable.
I really want to see this but I live in Sweden and I can't find a torrent anywhere.
"She walked out of the room using that pretty ass I mentioned earlier to propel herself forward. I felt like my dick had been kicked up into my mouth, making me throw up from having a dick in my mouth"
Hey guys feel free to check out billy on my podcast
Last edited by kevin; April 17, 2012 at 5:00 AM.
I am late to the party on this, but a new series of this has started on Fuse and it's great. I never watched it during the first season because I was never sure if I got Fuse or not, but the show is hilarious and now I see why it's one of PFT's favorite shows. It's on Friday nights at 10.
If you haven't seen it, this may have been his best interview subject ever:
This show is a 10 out of 10
I thought it was Fuse TV's Funny or Die Presents Billy on the Street
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Because the title already has an unnecessary prefix and it's not the one Brasky put. It's like if someone made a thread about Bram Stoker's Dracula called Columbia Pictures' Dracula.
You now owe me a one dollar explaining obvious stuff fee.
Last edited by KeithTalent; January 14, 2013 at 9:11 PM. Reason: gimme money
I have mixed feelings about making fun of normal confused people on the street. That being said, I laughed like an asshole at this clip, especially at the guy coming out of Best Buy at the very end.