Zach Galifianakis And Paul F. Tompkins Hold The World's Funniest Conversation

It's two of the funniest deadpan comics in the world, talking to each other. You might want to check this out. Made Man has sort of outdone itself with the Speakeasy series, which puts funnyman Paul F. Tompkins in a place where he's most comfortable. Namely, a bar. Bars are generally good spots for humor, but they're made all the better when they include Zach Galifianakis as this particular bar does, or at least this particular set designed to look like a bar. In this exchange, you'll find out, among other things, what "dyslexia of the mouth" is. It involves spitting out a drink when you should be swallowing. This exchange is presumably a promotional device for Zach's new film, The Campaign, but you'd never really know it judging by how damn funny it is. Comedians are funny when they're on stage, but as The Comedians of Comedy demonstrated, they're often at their best when they're just shooting the shit with other comedians. Like they do right here. Enjoy.

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