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FTS Podcast Eps 203: Actors We Want To Be Friends With. The group attempts to match their personalities with those of actors or actresses that they would love to hang out with. Subscribe to our feed by clicking HERE!

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What We Watched: The Believer, Magic in the Moonlight, Black Rock, Into the Storm

Main Discussion: Top 3 Actors We Want To Be Friends With


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One thought on “FTS Podcast Episode 203: Actors We Want To Be Friends With

  1. Ayoade is an awesome choice, great pick Nick. Also, if you loved Garth Marenghi’s Dark Place (and you should, Lindsay I think you should actually check it out because it’s predominantly based around horror) then you should check out Man to Man with Dean Lerner as well, it’s kind of a fake chat show based around the actors from Dark Place, hosted by Ayoade as Dean Lerner, the “actor” he played in Dark Place.

    On the other hand, I can’t think of anyone I’d rather spend less time with than Danny McBride. He’s a one-trick pony whose only trick is incredibly annoying. I was also surprised by Mindy Kaling being on this list. Granted, I’ve only seen her in supporting roles in The 40 Year Old Virgin, The Five Year Engagement and This is the End, but I found her to be not-great in all those films, and was very surprised when she got her own show (that I’ve never seen). Clearly I’m missing something.

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