Fred Armisen, Art Aficionado: The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali

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Published on January 15, 2020

Fred Armisen describes the history behind a famous piece of art by Salvador Dali titled The Persistence of Memory.

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12 comments

  • André Peniche 2 months ago

    Haha

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  • hellocollegejason198 2 months ago

    I’ve missed these

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  • zara jumabai 2 months ago

    more Fred please!

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  • Sascha Rouillon 2 months ago

    The art of straight faced comedy ?? Fred and Seth ♥️

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  • Aysha Milway 2 months ago

    I love Fred

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  • Vicky T 2 months ago

    Fred is like that unemployed friend you throw a bone at every now then by paying him for clearing out your garden.

    Get a job you bum.

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  • New Message 2 months ago

    I’m a runny sauce man too. Hate it chunky.

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  • onjoFilms 2 months ago

    That’s an all true story except the part about where they sent a letter to him. It was really a text message.

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  • Marius Thefaker 2 months ago

    DALI: “Ok Walt, here’s that painting of a bunch of limp clocks you wanted. Sorry about the first one I sent, I misread your request…”

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  • Tiyath 2 months ago

    Why does Fred always kinda look like he’s doing all of that against his will? xD

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  • Ene Obande 2 months ago

    Very funny

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  • scarletspidernz 2 months ago

    Also does voice over, currently in Final Space

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