Between Two Furnaces: Episode 1

| February 9, 2017

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If you have never seen the Zach Galifianakis video series Between Two Ferns, you may not get the pop culture appeal of this video. But even if you have never seen the Galifianakis videos, you can probably still relate to this hilariously frustrating conversation. Also notice how you can make a great video with very little resources or money – the toupee may have been the most expensive thing on the set.

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