This week, a Failure Club contestant tells us what he really thinks about the advice he is receiving on the show, two puppets talk about movies that make men cry, an office-worker-turned-werewolf howls in Reseda, and Judy Greer makes us all feel better about taking our vitamins.
Reluctantly Healthy | Judy Greer pays a visit to her doctor to learn about vitamins that she’ll probably spend a lot of money on and then forget to take. Yup, we can relate.
Failure Club | Ignacio, who wants to design his own clothing line, among 500 other things, proves to be the most stubborn of the group. He does not mince words when he explains what he thinks of the advice he is receiving on the show.
Topic A With James Urbaniak | À la Between Two Ferns, James asks his subjects “hard hitting questions” about such topics as millennials, jumping the shark and viral content. Often, he delivers spot-on sardonic observations, like this one: “It’s insane that an adult person was born the year Back to the Future came out.”
Wolfpack of Reseda | Car insurance salesman Ben’s heightened werewolf senses serve him very well in formerly mundane cubicle land. For instance, he finagles a way to score a sweet office chair. You know, one of the good ones from the conference room.
Glove and Boots | Mario and Fafa the Groundhog are best friends who have a vlog. They discuss topics like which movies are likely to make a grown man cry and why they hate Facebook. By the way, Mario and Fafa are puppets. Clever, humorous ones, but puppets none the less.
Which of the above shows is a must-see for you? Comment away below, and feel free to offer your own recommendations!