'Let's Be Cops' Trailer: Those Guys From 'New Girl' Decide To Be Cops

I like the part where they act like cops. Casting a movie can be fairly daunting and sometimes it means you don't get to watch episodes of New Girl. Unless..... That seems to be the rationale behind casting New Girl co-stars Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans, Jr. as the two slackers who pretend to be cops in Let's Be Cops. After their plans to attend a costume party backfire, the duo find themselves enjoying the attention they get when mistaken for actual police officers. This, of course, leads to sex with attractive women, getting mixed up with criminals, and walking slowly toward the camera. I can't wait for the sequel where they pretend to be ghosts and end up in a real haunted house where they meet young women attracted to ghosts.

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Written by and starring Elisha Yaffe and Dan Cohen. Considering most of the Screen Junkies staff is made up of former PR reps and current porn addicts, the word "pride" doesn't come up too often 'round these parts. Nonetheless, we take great pride in presenting the first episode of Girl Crazy for your viewing pleasure. Written by and starring Elisha Yaffe and Dan Cohen, Girl Crazy is an original comedy series about shy, neurotic guys and the girls they are too afraid to talk to. If that sounds like it was copied right from the show's website, that's because it was. Like I said, some of us used to be in PR. The show features an ensemble cast including Codi Fischer, Ann Maddox, Holly Prazoff (UCB LA), Alison Becker (Parks & Rec), and Jenna Lyng. More importantly, it's very funny. So watch it, and when you're done, click here to check out some Girl Crazy shorts.


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