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Video: Andy Samberg's Advice for Mulaney? Nab a 'Killer' Friends Cameo

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As a welcome to Fox’s Sunday-night line-up, Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg is offering wise counsel to his former Saturday Night Live co-worker John Mulaney, and it involves a certain devotee of Central Perk.

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“First off, great job ripping me off,” Samberg jokes to the comedian, whose Mulaney debuts Sunday, Oct. 5 (9:30/8:30c). He goes on to suggest various ways Mulaney can ensure that his eponymous comedy is a success, including a Matt LeBlanc guest role (“Did you get Joey from Friends? That would be killer.”)

Press PLAY on the video below to watch the Fox funnymen go at it. 

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5 Comments
  1. dman6015 says:

    No, this show is NOTHING like Seinfeld. Not even close. Is that enough sarcasm? From the preview clips, it looks like they stole the door to Seinfeld’s apartment straight from the Seinfeld set. And the stand-up routine at the beginning of Mulaney, nah, nothing like Seinfeld.

  2. Tran says:

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine is the best. Mulaney is the worst 100%.

    • Tim says:

      I love how you are judging before it’s been on. Really validates your claim

      • Inthbiz says:

        First of all I’m not sure who said anything about Mulaney (the show) trying to be Seinfeld. That’s ridiculous. What’s valid though is the fact that John Mulaney as a comedian is hysterical. The show stands out because of the writing, the Directing , oh and Martin Short, Elliott Gould, Nasim Pedrad, Seaton Smith, Zach and of course John Mulaney. Don’t pass judgment immediately. Watch the show it’s very funny, give it a shot.