So one day while putzing around the interwebs, I stumbled upon a YouTube channel starring two hyperactive actors trying to figure out how it all works. While they may not have answered that particular question yet, their journey to A-List stardom has been bloody hilarious.
Each episode is short - almost all under five minutes - but are crammed full of funny moments as Triffon and Edwards stumble towards their goal of world fame. The two of them have an easy chemistry that helps endear you to them and their plight, even when they let their confidence inflate a bit too much (though it normally deflates before the credits roll). They're talented actors and I hope to see them add to their respective resumes soon - Hollywood is missing out with these two. And if you aren't yet a fan, you're missing out, too. Don't be like Hollywood. Be their fans.
Each episode is a lesson in acting - from proper use of facial expressions (and when their appropriate) to surviving pilot season to the bedtime thoughts actors have - good and bad - and more.
Bobby (Sean Edwards) and Gracie (Beth Triffon) are determined to make it big in Hollywood and their entire lives revolve around that dream. Even when Gracie's beloved kitty dies, she's willing to ignore it till April (cause pilot season, y'all) but her good friend Bobby convinces her otherwise. They also think they have all the answers which sometimes sending them chasing after pure nonsense.
But its the ridiculousness that is the series' strength; these two will do anything to entertain their audience and their enjoyment of doing so shines through. They want you to laugh at their (sometimes) miserable existence while you really want them to achieve their dreams.
Just try one episode - I've even been nice enough to supply with His Royal Fatness' favorite one below - and you'll see just how great The F-List is. I guarantee you'll laugh your patootie off and want more. And, lucky for you, there's plenty, all available on YouTube so you get all those laughs for nothing - though feel free to donate something; just because they don't ask for payment doesn't mean they don't deserve a little something.
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