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McLovin Gets His Own TV Show

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Friend Me pilot

Christopher Mintz-Plasse has delighted comedy audiences at the movies since his HIGHlarious debut as McLovin in Superbad, but now he's bringing his comedic timing to television too!

The actor has been attached to a CBS pilot called Friend Me, in which he'll play one of two leads who move to El Lay from small town Indiana after being hired by Groupon.

Nicholas Braun, who starred in the television revival of 10 Things I Hate About You and Kevin Smith's Red State, has been tapped to play his buddy. Both actors also appear together in the upcoming comedy Get A Job.

Do U think McLovin's new sitcom will be super bad or super good?

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4 comments to “McLovin Gets His Own TV Show”

  1. swalO says – reply to this


    1

    does he look like he has been smoking crack or doing meth?? his face just smells of druggy now!! so sad! Mc Muffin!!!



  2. 2

    geez he still looks like a pedophile!



  3. 3

    it astounds me that a guy this weird looking and including that fat kid joel or whatever thats now thin was on tv in the first place let alone getting their own show what happened to the good looking people now all we get is weird looking fat and fug



  4. 4

    I like it. At least its a fresh story line for a sitcom & not the samo samo cute girls who are quirky & trying to be funny or bitchy sexy in apt 24 or broke ass waitresses. Gag me with an unoriginal & untalented writer! Or another vintage time piece show like Pan am or mad Men or Playboy Flub. I like the Groupon premise & all 3 actors said to be in it.
    Awesome. Looks truly fun & funny.