Long ago, before Rhys Darby was in a show about another musical sketch comedy duo, Rhys was part of his own musical comedy sketch duo with Grant Lobban called Rhysently Granted. Then, Darby rose to acclaim with his own comedy and playing a supporting role in that other musical sketch comedy duo’s show, Flight of The Conchords.
20 years later, Darby is teaming up with Lobban again to show us all what we’re missing. So far, they’re doing two shows in LA, one at the Nerdmelt Showroom on Tuesday, March 29th at 7PM and one at Westside Comedy Theater on Wednesday, Mar. 30th at 8PM, which will also include a solo stand-up performance from Rhys.
The rest of our listings for shows and mics as well as corresponding maps are embedded at www.thecomedybureau.com.
Fusion Has Two Whole Episodes of “No, You Shut Up!” on YouTube
So far, you can watch the two first episodes of this latest season of No, You Shut Up! with Paul F. Tompkins on YouTube.
We’re not sure if the whole season will be put on YouTube after it airs on Fusion, but, in either case, you should watch and guffaw at as much No, You Shut Up! as you can. Maybe then, it’ll go from second most Googled show in 2014 to first in 2015.
So, Billy Eichner and Rhys Darby Will Be Guest Starring in Season 2 of The Millers
(via Entertainment Weekly)
CBS’ The Millers just got a lot more enticing with the addition of guest starring roles for Billy Eichner and Rhys Darby in their upcoming season. Eichner is set to play an ex-husband that has a crush on Will Arnett’s Nathan and Rhys Darby will play a sort of a fantasy novel series author/a George R.R. Martin type, perhaps.
So do be on the look out for that when it comes back Oct. 30th.
Rhys Darby Makes Great Letterman Debut Sans Suit and Tie
We’re thrilled at the facts that Rhys Darby got to do The Late Show with David Letterman for the first time this past Friday and did so without the seemingly mandatory suit and tie for comedians.
Whether you think wearing a suit might have an effect on the set or not, Rhys was great and you should watch his debut Letterman set now.
Rhys Darby Starts Brand New Web Series at Nerdist “Reasons To Be Scared of The Future”
Rhys Darby who we hope you know from Flight of The Conchords just started a brand new web series at Nerdist’s YouTube Channel delving into the paranoia of the approaching post-apocalyptic dystopia inevitably creeping towards the present, but, of course, done with a goofy Rhys twist.
Really, the show should be called Reasons to Laugh Hard at Rhys Darby’s Reasons to Be Scared of the Future. Watch the first episode here.