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‘I Think You Should Leave’ live in NYC had Paul Rudd, Seth Meyers & more; Tim Robinson gets new HBO show

staticwire | April 3, 2024
I Think You Should Leave Beacon Theatre

Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin, the co-creators of the hit Netflix show “I Think You Should Leave,” brought their comedic genius to the stage at the historic Beacon Theatre last night. The event marked the first stop of their highly anticipated live tour, which promises to delight fans of the show with a mix of cut sketches, live music, and special guest appearances.

Attendees of the show were treated to a night of laughter and entertainment as Robinson and Kanin showcased several unreleased sketches, featuring the signature humor and wit that has made “I Think You Should Leave” a fan favorite. Special guests Paul Rudd and Seth Meyers joined the duo on stage, along with regular cast members Patti Harrison and Sam Richardson, as well as other contributors like Brooks Wheelan, Whitmer Thomas, and Bruce Buckles (aka Brendan Jennings).

Fans took to social media to share their excitement and praise for the live show, with one attendee tweeting, “I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE live show is hilarious. they brought out Sam Richardson, Patti Harrison, Seth Meyers & PAUL RUDD! showed a bunch of unreleased/unhinged sketches.”

In related news, HBO has just announced a pilot order for Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin’s new comedy series, “The Chair Company.” The half-hour pilot, which will be written and executive produced by Robinson and Kanin, centers around a man played by Robinson who finds himself investigating a far-reaching conspiracy after an embarrassing incident at work. Adam McKay and Todd Schulman will also executive produce the highly anticipated series.

This isn’t the first time that Robinson and Kanin have teamed up for a comedy pilot, as Variety reported in 2022 that the duo had a project in the works for HBO Max titled “Computer School.” While details on that project have been scarce, fans can look forward to the upcoming premiere of “The Chair Company” on HBO.

As Robinson and Kanin continue to make waves in the world of comedy, fans can expect more laughs and surprises from these talented creators. The live tour promises to be a must-see event for fans of “I Think You Should Leave,” as Robinson and Kanin bring their unique brand of humor to audiences across the country. Stay tuned for more updates on their latest projects and upcoming appearances.

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