I am OBSESSED with True Detective, but sometimes…this. This parody by Joel McHale and Jim Rash of Community just made my day. [The Soup]
If you've ever struggled to understand what Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson were mumbling on "True Detective," never fear. A new video from "Community" starring Joel McHale and Jim Rash -- that premiered on McHale's other show, "The Soup" -- proves that it doesn't matter what they're saying. Show More Summary
The True Detective finale airs this weekend and fans everywhere are on pins and needles waiting to see where creator Nic Pizzolatto and director Cary Joji Fukunaga will take us in the last hour. After the debut episode, the show quickly reached critical mass. Show More Summary
No One Can Understand True Detective... 2:10 Detectives Rustin Cohle & Martin Hart are in HBO's True Detective, they're just a little hard to understand. Submitted by: Darryl Gudmundson Regular Keywords: true detective community jim rash joel mchale the soup soup e host talk talking hard to understand english speaking speaks talker accent Views: 18
Further proving that Joel McHale and Jim Rash should just star in everything together all the time, their True Detective spoof is spot-on and hilarious. In the aptly titled "Can Anyone Understand 'True Detective,'" McHale takes McConaughey's role, but Jim Rash's unintelligible gibberish in place of Woody Harrelson steals the show.
We may have a winner for #truedetectiveseason2: Joel McHale and Jim "Dean Pelton" Rash. Read more...
Last night on E!?s The Soup, Community stars Joel McHale and Jim Rash did what they do best: skewer and satirize a movement in the cultural zeitgeist. In this case, the HBO series True Detective, which literally no one on planet earth can stop talking about and/or obsessing over. And we have to admit: their purposefully confounding clip is pretty funny.Click To Continue Reading
True Detective fans have twisted themselves into knots trying to solve the show's many mysteries, but a new parody of the show featuring Community stars Joel McHale and Dean Rash asks a simpler question: What on earth are these characters...Show More Summary
Jim Rash and Joel McHale tackle 'True Detective' on 'The Soup.'
As "The Soup" tells it, it's a wonder anyone can understand Hart and Cohle on HBO's "True Detective."?
Community’s Joel McHale and Jim Rash have finally followed up on their True Detective tease with the full parody video and I must say it’s one of the finest segments The Soup’s has ever produced. The production value alone. If you’re...Show More Summary
When you're on a show like Community, you tend to know exactly who your fans are. So when Danny Pudi, Gillian Jacobs, and Jim Rash were on @midnight last night, they were unsurprisingly great at a round based on Community's online fan community — to the point that Pudi basically... More »
Last night's @Midnight was great, for not only bringing on Community cast members Danny Pudi, Gillian Jacobs, and Jim Rash, but because Neil deGrasse Tyson also stopped by to help a Craigslist poster with some very specific science needs. Who better to help with that than Tyson? Really, who better to help with anything at all?
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Madness reigns! The True Detective fever has spread into pop-culture’s tentacles, swallowing everything within its grasp, launching a thousand theories, compelling us to examine tattoos, and forcing us to read. It’s latest victim? The...Show More Summary
We’re hearing on the ground that Wrekin Hill paid seven figures for all North American rights to Yellowbird, which will get a fall 2014 release. Seth Green, Dakota Fanning, Danny Glover, Elliott Gould, Jim Rash and Christine Baranski provide the voices for the 3D feature, which is now in production. Show More Summary
Right now Sam Rockwell can be seen at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in Lynn Shelton's latest film Laggies, but the actor just picked up a new role with fellow Sundancers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash for The Eel. Now he can be seen in the first trailer for Better Living Through Chemistry, the directorial debut of writers Geoff Moore and David Posamentier. Show More Summary
After making a splash at Sundance with the comedy The Way Way Back last year, Deadline reports Nat Faxon and Jim Rash are slated to reunite with supporting actor Sam Rockwell on a new project called The Eel. However, this time Faxon and Rash will only be producing by way of a new production banner with no name. Show More Summary
Sam Rockwell has been a regular at Sundance for many many years, appearing in movies like Choke, Moon and last year's The Way, Way Back, the directorial debut by The Descendants ' Oscar-winning co-writers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash. This...Show More Summary
Just because Jim Rash has co-starred on Community with Gillian Jacobs for five years doesn’t mean she can’t surprise him