Actor and podcast personality Stephen Tobolowsky’s sidesplitting Cautionary Tales is a hysterical pseudo-philosophical romp, in which Tobolowsky rockets from subject to subject with his characteristic wit and flair, illuminating the everyday in all its secretly bonkers glory.
It’ll be no surprise to longtime fans that Tobolowsky is a lively performer who knows just how to milk a joke for all it’s worth, and his material here is raunchy and pull-no-punches. The three anecdotes included in this fantastic short all revolve around the strange complexities of human behavior - why we do the whacky things we do, even when, he points out, we really ought to know better.
Actor Stephen Tobolowsky has appeared in over 200 movies and television shows. He has played everyone from Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day to Sandy Ryerson in Glee. He has amused thousands with his true stories on The Tobolowsky Files at Slashfilm.com and iTunes. Here he shares some homespun philosophy and more true stories that prove tales of sex, drugs, and rock and roll are often the most humiliating and almost always the most enjoyable.
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