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Rashida Jones Lets The Comedy In 'Angie Tribeca' Speak For Itself - Hyper Binge Season 2 Now!

Rashida Jones Lets The Comedy In 'Angie Tribeca' Speak For Itself - Hyper Binge Season 2 Now!

Rashida Jones is all smiles while attending Rachel Comey’s Los Angeles Store Opening Celebration on Wednesday (June 15) in Los Angeles.

The 40-year-old actress was joined at the event by Busy Phillips, Tracee Ellis Ross, stylist Brad Goreski, visual artist Kim Gordon, and the designer herself Rachel Comey.

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Rashida recently opened up about the upcoming second season of her show Angie Tribeca, which you can hyper binge watch below!

“We really do function like an actual procedural,” Rashida expressed (via ReadingEagle). “We tell the story without referring to the comedy, and let the comedy speak for itself. This is highly staged, highly choreographed. You have to be on your mark. A lot of our jokes are visual, and they require details and concentration from every department across the board: wardrobe, lighting, special effects, stunts, animal trainers, makeup, hair. Everybody’s challenged every single week.”


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Credit: Stefanie Keenan; Photos: Getty
Posted to: Brad Goreski, Busy Phillips, Rashida Jones, Tracee Ellis Ross

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  • Savage Brit

    Such a poor Zucker ripoff.

  • Laura Baxter
  • Savage Br!t

    Hey everyone. I’m Ian, Savage Brit’s brother. I have to apologize for his actions. You see, he has an Angie Tribeca Google Alert. That’s why you’ve seen him comment on every Angie Tribeca story for over two years. Stories on the Hollywood Reporter, The Wrap, Just Jared, TV By The Numbers, Ain’t It Cool News, AV Club, Rolling Stone, Den of Geek, Collider… the list goes on.

    Look, I know what you’re thinking: “What kind of deranged psychopath would keep writing the same trite thoughts about the same show for years?” I know, I know. It’s utterly and fantastically pathetic. All we can do is be there for him and feed him his applesauce. So please, keep him and our family in your thoughts and prayers as he comes to terms with the fact that Angie Tribeca just got picked up for a third season. Thank you, and God bless.

  • Savage Brit

    I also post about John Carpenter, Walking Dead, Truffaut, DePalma, Jerry Lewis and a variety of other topics, including many related to my UK experience. And yes, I’ve been part of the Ghostbusters discussions as well, siding with the filmmakers in that case.

  • Savage Br!t

    That’s… great?

  • Savage Brit

    I wasn’t aware it was forbidden to offer comments on a variety of websites that I have bookmarked. Since the aforementioned series has been stealing material verbatim, and is reviled here in the UK as a pale copy of A TOUCH OF CLOTH, I find the pomposity that they keep proclaiming this imitation as something “original” as quite amazing. Why should you care what my propensity is regarding a variety of topics? Since you’ve copied my avatar and an approximation of my sceen name, much like ANGIE TRIBECA you’re a fan of imitation.

  • Savage Br!t

    Who said it was forbidden? I just simply said as your brother I’m concerned about your well-being.

  • Savage Brit

    Actually, no, you’re concerned about something else. Lest, you’d cite all the comments made about NOW YOU SEE ME 2 as well.

  • Savage Br!t

    “all the comments” LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

  • Savage Br!t

    Your defense is essentially, “Hey man, you think THAT’S crazy, I do even more wacky things!”

  • Savage Br!t

    ALL THE COMMENTS ON NOW YOU SEE ME 2. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL 2! Not even 1! 2! LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLLLOLOLOLOLOLOL I love you, Savage Brit. Never change. xoxoxo

  • Savage Brit

    Just interacting with someone apeing my avatar. Why you would care is the more interesting aspect.

  • Savage Brit

    Clearly you don’t follow all the websites I do.

  • Savage Br!t

    Okay, do you want the real story? Although you probably won’t believe it, I swear this is the God’s honest truth. I have zero connection to the show. I (apparently) go to many of the same websites as you and one day I was reading an article about TBS and saw your avatar. I’m a huge Robert McGinnis fan, so it obviously stood out. Anyway, it was the combination of that avatar and you referencing Sledgehammer in regards to Angie Tribeca. The combination was so specific, and it reminded me of another similar post. So I did a search with your user name and Angie Tribeca, and when I searched I found the hilarious amount of times you’ve essentially posted the same thing over the course of two years. I just… I don’t know, I was amused by it. Like, I hated Independence Day: Resurgence but I can’t imagine writing a comment about it under every mention, even when it’s released on Blu-ray or something. That’s all. I thought I’d have some fun. As you said earlier, you’re obviously not “forbidden” from doing anything. I just thought it’d be fun to interact with you and see what was going on. What the thinking was behind it all. Thirty-five percent of me thought you might even be the creator of Sledgehammer and I could tell you how much I loved that show when I was younger. Anyway, sorry to derail your day. Cheers.

  • Savage Brit

    You haven’t derailed my day at all, as I’m used to strange flames from this realm. I saw some other comments mirroring mine, so I’m not alone. I have a job that requires a long online presence. I also enjoy being a Hooray Harry for shows here in the UK that those in the states haven’t heard about. I’ve posted a lot about Edgar Wright’s oeuvre as well.

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