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July 25, 2014 3:27 PM   Subscribe

Dratch & Fey's 1999 two-woman show. (SLYT) The audio is terrible, the video's no better, the tracking on the VHS tape should have been adjusted... and it's still well worth the 45 minutes.
posted by Shmuel510 (7 comments total) 22 users marked this as a favorite

 
I would very much like to hang out with Rachel Dratch.
posted by Cosine at 3:42 PM on July 25 [2 favorites]


I went to college with her and we were acquaintance-friends and she was indeed excellent to hang out with. Based on what I see of fb college friends who have remained close with her, she is still excellent to hang out with.
posted by rtha at 3:51 PM on July 25 [9 favorites]


This is good.
posted by Atom Eyes at 4:43 PM on July 25


I always considered Dratch highly underrated and always hoped that her and Patton would create a spinoff sitcom from King of Queens, the two of them were a great, albeit short-lived team. Any chance they can still do it?
posted by any major dude at 5:25 PM on July 25 [4 favorites]


Oooh here's an interview segment about the show.
posted by bleep at 7:21 PM on July 25 [2 favorites]


I watched a big chunk of this performance and I was impressed by how raw and funny both Dratch and Fey are in it. Fey's got a reputation as a bit of a goody-goody these days, so it was nice to see that she can work blue. And Dratch has always been one of my favorites. If she looked more like a typical Hollywood starlet, we'd see her everywhere, in everything.
posted by GoLikeHellMachine at 8:09 PM on July 25 [1 favorite]


If she looked more like a typical Hollywood starlet, we'd see her everywhere, in everything.

If Steve Buscemi can get as much work as he does, then there's really no reason Dratch couldn't. If the world weren't run by assholes.

In her bio, she says she got discourage because all she could get cast as was very butch "wacky lesbian" roles.
posted by emjaybee at 8:40 PM on July 25 [1 favorite]


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