More Honors Recommend Their Favorite Comedy
Social isolation comes with a lot of free time. While there's still classes, work and trips to the grocery store, a lot of people still have to sit at home thinking, "What now?" If you, too, are wondering what to watch/listen to/do etc., wonder no more. The clubs at AUBG are here to help.
More Honors is the club that keeps the spirits on campus high. While we'll have to wait a bit to watch their new batch of funny videos, here's what members of the academy rely on for their own entertainment.
That 70's Show
Since the quarantine has given us much more free time to catch up on movies and TV shows, I have been rewatching some of the greats! Recently, I started "That 70's Show," a show about a bunch of highschool kids in the 70's in the States and all of their shenanigans It's a great way to wind down and have a laugh with younger versions of some very popular actors and also travel to a different time to forget about the situation at the moment.
Daniel Phillips, Co-head of the Promotional Department
All seasons of "That 70's Show" are available to stream on Netflix.
As a huge fan of stop motion animation, I had to recommend this series. "Creature Comforts" was created by Aardman Animations and it matches the vox pops interviews of English non-actors to animated zoo and circus animals. It is funny and endearing, and it always reminds me how simple good humor could be.
Snezhana Boyadzhieva, Co-president
Cartoon Network Classics
I'm sharing some of my favourite Cartoon Network shows that I've spent uncountable hours of my childhood watching, so you can feel like a kid for a bit and not stress about stuff. I PRESENT TO YOU...... drdrdrdrdrdrdrdrd..... "Courage the Cowardly Dog," "Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy" aaaand "Codename: Kids Next Door." Enjoy!
Evgenia Trifonova, just a tiny lvl 1 moron (:
I really can’t recommend this show enough! ''Fleabag'' is a hilarious British TV show with short 20-minute episodes. It is about a tall, young, witty and completely messed-up woman living in London who is struggling with her family, her job, and her countless sexual relationships with different people. She constantly breaks the fourth wall and talks to the camera when nobody is watching. The show is amazing, funny, gross, heartbreaking and incredibly raw all the same time.
Emanuela Kerencheva, Co-head of the Promotional Department
All seasons of "Fleabag" are available to stream on Prime Video.
The Eric Andre Show
The quarantine has provided me with the opportunity to finally catch up on all the books and series I had kept putting off. However, I did find myself rewatching one of the classics of weird humor - "The Eric Andre Show." If you're looking for a real grotesque parody of talk shows (which is also as random as it gets), look no further.
Marietta Milusheva, ex-parasite
I've been a fan and subscriber of CollegeHumor for years now. I can always open their YouTube channel and binge watch their videos. My favourite series are Jake and Amir which have nearly 600 episodes. The first few seasons remind me of old More Honors videos - low budget and ridiculous. The episode of the series I chose is Jake and Amir: Ebola. They're mocking the Ebola panic and epidemic from a few years ago.
Svetlozar Apostolov, Co-president
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
So I like watching funny things because it distracts me from how depressed I am and gives me hope for like less than an hour. The show that I want to recommend is "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt." It's literally so hilarious - it has influenced me, my humor and my outlook on different situations in life so much. The humor in the show and the main character are literally one of a kind. If you've ever felt stupid, sweetie, you should just see the main character and you'll feel a lot better about yourself.
Boris Dechev, A damaged uterus
All season of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" are available to stream on Netflix.