"So with your permission, I'd like to take this guy on a boat, and then once he's trapped at sea, teach him a lesson he'll never forget."
Is one if the absolute funniest things I have ever seen. His sheer obliviousness and incredibly dry delivery with everything is what makes this show way ahead of its time.
Not sure if it was scripted but the part where he asks this "lawyer" if he's not going to get sued for dumb starbucks had me dying. It's funny enough that he pulled a fast one on him by putting in the fine print that the lawyer would actually be liable if Starbucks did sue him on the tv appearance waiver. The true comedy was when the lawyer randomly aggressively tried to take the piece of paper back while Nathan cooly took it away.... If that was a genuine reaction.. OMG.
If Nathan "hugs" one more person on-camera I might shrivel up and die of embarrassment.
I think my favorite part is that frequently the bit goes in a completely different direction than what was expected.
My favorite scene is when he is doing interviews for jobs and random ppl/things are telling him what to say. I lose it every time the kid says “What that means?” And Nathan says exactly that in his monotone voice.
The chatter (on the net!) is that the new season is going to be 2 contents, then a content, a content, a content, a content, another singular content, then 4 contents.
I can't tell you how sad it makes me that the show doesn't have a more mainstream appeal. It's one of the most original and funny shows on TV in the past decade.
[Here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kv1lSH4hK-w) is a good sample what the show is like.
Honestly one of the greatest comedies on television right now.
When he gets into the car with the Private Investigator hahaha.
"Who the hell are you?"
Asian dude: "what do you mean? I am Nathan!"
*cues to Nathan sprinting down the street.
Or the hemorrhoid/small dick demon in him. Too many great episodes