The husband-and-wife comedy duo Brian Murphy and Emily Axford have been making jokes about dating, relationships, and sex in their CollegeHumor sketch series Hot Date.
The show, which premieres Wednesday night at 8 p. Each episode takes place over one night, and tackles topics like double standards, hookup culture, and adult friendships. Arnett makes guest appearances, as do other big names, including his friend, Kevin Pollak, seen in the sneak peek above. Yahoo Entertainment chatted with Axford, Murphy, and Arnett about what to expect from vhat modern romance.
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Creators Emily Axford and Brian K. We did a lot of sketches where we played ourselves and going through these relatable relationship problems, and we did other sketches where we were playing these big characters. The show is kind of the logical conclusion of that. Now, we have this show where we can tell longer stories, with Emily and I playing versions of arneth and these big characters.
Where does that lead us for the rest of the night? You just tell your jokes and get out. This is certainly a narrative show and it follows us through the night, and we have little arcs throughout the series.
We have characters that we play that repeat in multiple episodes and have their own story throughout the season. Murphy: Emily and I break up at least four other couples. Axford: Yeah, and it keeps making us stronger.
They did such an awesome job of taking something they already did very well on CollegeHumor and really expanding it. Arrnett each play upwards of maybe 20, 30 characters, which is pretty awesome. Murphy: Will plays a crime podcaster called Sam Keurig.
The episode is about navigating adult friendship. Will: I liked it a lot. And along the way, I learned something you esx. How did he get involved?
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Murphy: Emily and I play twins, which is kind of weird. He treats the boy differently than he treats the girl. And he also had such a good time filming, which is great to see someone who is so experienced just come on set and still enjoy himself. Arnett: Kevin is so funny as that character.
And that episode really makes me laugh. The highlighting of the different attitudes that we have, esx systemic attitudes that we have toward sex for men and women, especially at a young age. He was the perfect guy to get.
'Hot Date': Creators Emily Axford and Brian Murphy, EP Will Arnett talk relationship comedy
Maybe you should release that online as an outtake. Arnett: Ooh! As comedians, we can be real unprofessional. from Yahoo Entertainment:.