Tim Heidecker’s 8-hour Office Hours marathon features Fred Armisen, John C. Reilly, and Bon Iver
Tim Heidecker’s live-streamed Workplace Hours podcast is, like a lot of the artist’s work, a subversion of bygone modes of leisure. Simply as his upcoming Beef Home each reveres and perverts the Bunim/Murray sitcom, Workplace Hours skewers its conventional call-in format with the obnoxious sound drops of the shock jock sect. Episodes, which usually vary between two and three hours, seamlessly pivot between clear-eyed discourse and rambling absurdity riddled with inside jokes, leading to a pay attention that may be as disorienting as it’s rewarding.
You may solely think about, then, how unusual the podcast will get when Heidecker and his cohorts, Vic Berger and Doug “DJ Douggpound” Lussenhop, stretch their model of insanity throughout a whole day. Effectively, that’s precisely what the “Holy Trinity” did final Friday, with in-studio visitors like John C. Reilly, Kyle Mooney, and Sarah Squirm becoming a member of call-in appearances from Natasha Leggero, Mac DeMarco, and Bon Iver.
Whereas all of the visitors present laughs, a particular shoutout goes to Fred Armisen, whose earlier look resulted in this masterpiece, for his dry banter as “Ian Garbage.” See that under.
We’d even be remiss if we didn’t spotlight this hilarious name from Die Laborious and The Goonies’ Robert Davi, a Trump supporter and frenemy of Berger who calls in to dub Heidecker a “globalist” and defend his resolution to name the coronavirus the “Wuhan virus.” Berger launched his personal edit of the decision, which comes packed together with his signature zooms and cutaways. Watch it under.
You may take heed to the podcast in its entirety anyplace podcasts are streaming, or watch an archived doc of the livestream by way of the YouTube hyperlinks under.
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