"I'd like to take you home and snack on you tonight," Tim says. " After he calls her a cow, we then see that Carol (who weighs 300 pounds) was dreaming - the whole skit becomes an excuse for Eric, dressed as a woman, to work out in various leotards.
Next is an ad for T'ird, a toy that I know I'd love to have.
The first sketch of the night has Tim dressed as Mr.
Henderson (a bald boss guy) and Eric as Carol (an overweight office worker), interacting in an like environment.
Ellen Gray is the television critic for the Daily News and the Inquirer, and has written about TV since 1994.
Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours. have carved out careers that defy easy categorization, and the same could be said for “Tim and Eric: 10th Anniversary Awesome Tour,” whose one-night engagement Thursday at the Merriam Theater brings the out-there pair back to the city where Tim and Eric began.
What was it like to get back together for this tour? And now Aziz and I are like best buds, and we’re doing a lot of projects together.
How much time did you get to spend in Italy for this season? America was, like, really getting Aziz down, and just getting out for a little bit and just seeing another culture inspired him to kind of come up with the new season.Commercials are typically Tim and Eric's best stuff, dating back to their days, and this one is among their oddest.We then get "Crystal Shyps," a sci-fi TV show that has some kind of weird alien dueling people in a ridiculously low-budget movie.And then “our teachers would give us A’s for it.” Not that it was easy.Going to school at Temple — which in those days, he said, “was like a war zone, just getting to class” — taught him that “you don’t get anything for free. You fight for everything in that town.” Wareheim talked about how Tim and Eric are still surprising their audiences (and being surprised by them), about seeing Italy with Ansari, and about the souvenir he still prizes from his days at Methacton High School.I suspect you two control your train wrecks pretty carefully, don’t you? We want it to feel out of control, but Tim and I take it very seriously, and every little mess-up, every breakdown, is calculated.