Most sketches are written, performed, recorded, and edited to mimic the frenetic pace and melodramatic style of reality TV shows like Duck Dynasty, The Osbournes, and Keeping Up With The Kardashians, with multiple hand-held cameras, rapid editing, flashbacks, cutaway commentaries, and superimposed graphics and text.
Each episode is constructed to simulate the effect of "channel surfing" across a range of reality TV shows on cable TV.
As his main income, Bobby has cleaned pools, repaired water fountains, worked as a personal trainer and done HR at H&R Block.
Scott met him at the Ed Hardy store on Melrose, while Bobby was looking for a T-shirt of a dragon raping a lion on a skateboard.
A young, narcissistic entrepreneur crashes and burns on the eve of his company's big launch.