Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen on the Pros and Cons of Being a Married Couple

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Published on September 13, 2018

Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen talk about their show, Forever, and what they would be like as a married couple, and Fred Armisen shares his thoughts on where Amazon’s new headquarters should be.

8 comments

  • Biddewaaq Ina Cawsgurow 6 days ago

    Good together.

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  • New Message 6 days ago

    I imagine the downside to being married to Fred are the constant night terrors.

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  • Kevin Riemers 6 days ago

    Bunch of friends having a chat. catching up. Nothing special here.

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  • Corvin Caassimolar 6 days ago

    It´s a Trap

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  • The Wogan Transformers bloke 6 days ago

    I would love to see Fred Armisen and his fellow SNL cast members Bill Hader, Kristan Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Vanessa Bayer to make a movie based on the sketch
    The Californians

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  • Casey Ray Harris 6 days ago

    I love all 3 of you ❤️

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  • Ricky Grimez 6 days ago

    I wish Paul Thomas Anderson would cast Fred Armisen as a “Woody Allen” analog character in a very surreal Existential film on some of the craziness in Hollywood, including Weinstein, Cosby, Polanski, etc and make it very demented perverted version of “Punch Dunk Love”, ” The Master”, “Magnolia” and “Boogie Nights” rolled into one. It needs a huge ensemble cast of cameo type interjections of the depravity, but also the Socioeconomic dynamics, the politics, the press and media, and just an odd dark tragic Comedy. Obviously these would be analogs, so not a biography of these popular cases but at the same time very transparent in who the characters are modelled after, like “The Master” and “Boogie Nights”.

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  • Ricky Grimez 6 days ago

    I also would enjoy Fred Armisen and either Maya or his co-star from Portland is, as a married couple in a new season of Fargo. It would be so perfect to see him play a dark turned character, especially with his persona it would be such a great juxtaposition, like William H. Macy in Fargo the motion picture.

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