We’re going to get through this. Put the knife down.
With a cast that scratch, bite and groin punch for the victory, the lives of this fantasy football group make for the best of comedy and sports, especially in these…
And with less tattoos and head-bashings.
Watch it and get less fat.
Sobriety is laaaaaame.
Whoa, is that Jeff Goldblum?
It could work. Maybe.
A sitcom classic: The terrifying convicted felon house guest.
“Au pair,” is French for “hot woman who is not married to you.”
And featuring Space Ghost himself as the voice over guy!
Will Seth Rogen be able to capture the essence of “Dirty Randy?”
They also don’t know many pro ballers.
More than just the resident hot wife on FX’s ‘The League,’ Katie Aselton is slowly building her cred as an indie director, producer, and comedic actress.
Nadine Velazquez is probably most recognizable for her role as Catalina, the motel maid, on My Name is Earl. Now she plays Sophia on The League, where her character's breasts are too big after just having a child. Buuuuuuh. You can see her fondling them in episode 2. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh. A word from Nadine: "I wake up with stripper boots on sometimes."That probably means you went to bed with stripper boots on… Which means you were probably stripping the night before… I used my powers of deduction to surmise that you dance naked! What club, please? Nadine's got those "stripper eyes" in the pics after the jump.
Leslie Bibb plays a b*tch well. She played a stuck up high school b*tch in Popular, an overbearing NASCAR b*tch in Talladega Nights, and now she's playing an emasculating wife b*tch in The League on FX tonight. I'm not saying she's typecast, I'm just saying she knows how to make a man thank the heavens that he's single. Oh wait, she's hot. Nevermind all that.A word from Leslie: "Jesus did grow up."Yes, into a fine young man, Leslie. That's what happens when you drink your milk.See why white gold does a body good after the jump.
The NFL. Sure, it has its merits. But up until a short while ago, it was still a passive experience. Then along comes Fantasy Football. And, lo and behold, with it came a reason to tune into every single NFL game from every week, because the outcome of every play meant – and probably still means – the possibility of whipping shit on your friend for your obvious superiority in selecting the most chemically perfect formula of football players who are clearly executing the specific plan that you personally have designed for them. It's like rocket science… but with heart and concussions.
Synopsis: Semi-scripted comedy about a Fantasy Football leagueCast: Nick Kroll, Mark Duplass, Paul Scheer, Jonathan LaJoieAirdate/time: Thursdays @ 10:30pm ET/PT Network: FX