Paul Rudd ‘Reveals All’ On New ‘Ghostbusters’ And ‘Living With Yourself’

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The series, which premiered Friday, stars Rudd as Miles, a depressed guy who wants to upgrade his life. Miles is also having a bad day. He's then shocked to see Brady exiting the establishment, who asks Rudd if he's visiting for the first time.

Cue the hilarity of Paul Rudd talking to Paul Rudd for eight episodes as he tries to figure out what happened and what to do next. It turns out to be the site of a cloning procedure for Rudd's character, who later finds his doppelgänger living at his house.

THERE'S an intriguing concept at the centre of Living With Yourself and it has everything to do with our inferiority complexes.

Aisling Bea (as Kate Elliot): "Are you OK?"

Considering everything written about Paul Rudd (not just official news articles), I decided the overall sentiment for Paul Rudd on 2019-10-18 is acceptable.

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I did some more detailed analysis today on the web sentiment regarding Paul Rudd, and found a number news articles about them in the past month. I thought this was really clever and interesting.

While the cameo appears to parody Kraft, the show's creator, David Greenberg, said it was in the works before he was busted.

Evans then gave him his phone and watched as Rudd bent his index finger in a certain way, and the photo made it look like there really was a naked person standing in front of the camera. But the new Miles is an improved version of the old one. "'How are they gonna get themselves out of this scenario?'" If we compare Paul Rudd's popularity to three months ago, they had an average popularity of 42.2, whereas now their average popularity over the last ten days is 51.1.so by that measure, Paul Rudd is getting more popular! In Rudd's telling, it was just another day in the charmed life of a possible immortal being, but it got a shocked offscreen "No!" from one of Kimmel's heard-it-all crew, so that's pretty cool.

In opening episode of the series, Rudd's character arrives at a strip-mall massage parlor, and debates whether to go inside. Doubling the number of Rudds in your television program is a can't-lose proposition!

That's a notion that Living With Yourself's fellow existential comedies all deal with in different ways, and it's one that never stops being relevant.

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