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Have We Become Too Sensitive to Appreciate Comedy? Erik Griffin Thinks So

Have We Become Too Sensitive to Appreciate Comedy? Erik Griffin Thinks So

Are there any fat pride anthems out there for chubbier men to get down to? Erik Griffin doesn’t think so, but if Diplo released a remix of the sound of bacon sizzling a Fat Burger, that’d probably be it. Consequently, Griffin also thinks ordering something healthy off a fast food menu is like going to a whorehouse to cuddle. It just doesn’t make sense, and that’s what makes Griffin so likeable: he’s one of us. Griffin has been making waves in Hollywood as a funnyman for years now. He’s had cameos in Arrested Development and Bob’s Burgers and, perhaps most recognizably, he co-starred as Montez Walker in Comedy Central’s Workaholics. For all that time, Griffin’s star has more or less shined as bright as one of the people’s. That’s about to change. Earlier this month, Griffin debuted as a lead in Showtime’s comedic Polaroid of the 1970s Hollywood comedy club scene, i’m Dying up here, executive produced by Jim Carrey. His costars include Oscar winner Melissa Leo and Sundance…

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