Comedy Central's Original Digital Series, 'Growing Up and Getting Out', Now Viewable Online - VIDEO

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July 25th, 2012

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COMEDY CENTRAL’s ORIGINAL DIGITAL SERIES “GROWING UP AND GETTING OUT” VIEWABLE ONLINE NOW

Episode Two: “Dinner”

Growing Up and Getting Out,” a COMEDY CENTRAL original digital series which shines a comedic light on the 85 percent of millenials that move back home with their parents, shows what it’s like around dinnertime with the family in its newest episode, “Dinner,” now viewable online on freerentcontest.com.

This week, Michael (played by comedian Michael Palascak) and his friend (Daveo Mathias) are heading out to dinner when they’re stopped by Michael’s parents (Dave Koechner and Mo Collins) who guilt him into staying for a family meal to celebrate his little sister Sarah’s (Allyn Rachel) perfect 2400 SAT score. The family ends up recalling Michael’s embarrassing childhood instead.

COMEDY CENTRAL’s ORIGINAL DIGITAL SERIES “GROWING UP AND GETTING OUT” VIEWABLE ONLINE NOW

Episode Two: “Dinner”

Growing Up and Getting Out,” a COMEDY CENTRAL original digital series which shines a comedic light on the 85 percent of millenials that move back home with their parents, shows what it’s like around dinnertime with the family in its newest episode, “Dinner,” now viewable online on freerentcontest.com.

This week, Michael (played by comedian Michael Palascak) and his friend (Daveo Mathias) are heading out to dinner when they’re stopped by Michael’s parents (Dave Koechner and Mo Collins) who guilt him into staying for a family meal to celebrate his little sister Sarah’s (Allyn Rachel) perfect 2400 SAT score. The family ends up recalling Michael’s embarrassing childhood instead.

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About “Growing Up and Getting Out”

COMEDY CENTRAL and KFC recently launched “Growing Up and Getting Out,” a five-part web series which follows the story of Michael as he moves back home after college graduation and navigates through the Awkward tensions and funny moments of living with his parents. In addition to the web series, KFC and COMEDY CENTRAL are hosting a contest for the “Basement Generation” with the grand prize of one year of free rent (awarded as $12,500 plus $600 in KFC gift checks). For more information about the web series and contest, visit freerentcontest.com.

 
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