A trio of sexy super agents called the Time Angels are returning to Paul Scheer’s crime show parody NTSF:SD:SUV:: , but you might notice something a little different about them this time around. Namely, that they are not Minutes (Kali Hawk), Hours (Stacy Keibler) and Seconds (Natasha Leggero). Introducing your new set of Angels: Dash, Clock and Millie, portrayed by Eliza Dushku, Jayma Mays and Santigold, respectively. This all-girl police unit from the future journeys back to the Wild West circa 1869 to ensure that the maiden voyage on the Intercontinental Railroad goes smoothly. READ FULL STORY
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Ed Helms, Alia Shawkat, and Jack McBrayer are among the famous folks reporting for comedic duty in season 3 of Adult Swim’s NTSF: SD: SUV::. In one episode of the police procedural parody, the Hangover Part III star will reprise his role as Eddie, the shot-in-the-leg HR rep who has now been transformed against his will into a Robocop, as you can see in the photo above. In another installment, Arrested Development‘s Shawkat plays the long-lost daughter of Kove (Kate Mulgrew) who was abandoned by her mother because she was female. A different episode will feature 30 Rock vet McBrayer as a neighbor of Trent (Paul Scheer) who is often accidentally beaten by the intel-seeking agent.
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Sooner or later, all the great TV cops have to go undercover behind bars. Charlie’s Angels did it. The new Charlie’s Angels did it. That guy from Prison Break did it, I think. Except he wasn’t a cop. Or was he? I didn’t watch Prison Break. But I do watch NTSF:SD:SUV, the manic procedural spoof created by Paul Scheer which is currently tearing up whatever brain cells you have left after watching Childrens Hospital every Thursday. Scheer will be taking part in a Childrens Hospital/NTSF panel tomorrow at New York Comic-Con, and EW has obtained a clip from an upcoming episode where Scheer’s Trent Hauser has to go to prison… for justice. Watch the clip: READ FULL STORY
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