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Pickler, Pebbles, Pillows and Priestley 

Kevin Hart makes Joel go to work, Pickler & Ben (2017) "pickler-and-ben" their guest, Joel tours the Netflix studio, plugs his Community (2009) friends, gets lost in Stranger Things (... See full summary »

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Brad Stevens (head writer), Boyd Vico (head writer) | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joel McHale ... Himself - Host
Kevin Hart ... Himself - Special Guest
Jason Priestley ... Himself - Special Guest
Rory Scovel ... Himself - Special Guest
Alison Brie ... Herself - Additional Guest
Mike Colter ... Himself - Additional Guest (as Michael Colter)
Jim Rash ... Himself - Additional Guest
Paul Reiser ... Himself - Additional Guest
Jodie Sweetin ... Herself - Additional Guest
K.P. Anderson ... Weird Guy
Matt Catalano Matt Catalano ... Male Extra
Dominic DeLeo ... One Piece Man
Michelle O'Dooley ... Female Wrestler (as Michelle Denhardt)
Rachel Manna Rachel Manna ... Queen Type
Jade C. Mills Jade C. Mills ... Weird Guy
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Kevin Hart makes Joel go to work, Pickler & Ben (2017) "pickler-and-ben" their guest, Joel tours the Netflix studio, plugs his Community (2009) friends, gets lost in Stranger Things (2016)'s Upside Down, explains what 'kunt' means in Afrikaans, wonders why so many characters on South Korean TV shows are hit by cars and bikes, feels for the emotional support hamster named Pebbles, inadvertently starts a feud with Today (1952)'s 'Donnadorable' and comments on Jehovah's Witnesses' policy on pillow masturbation. Also, the show's executive producer Paul Feig gives a hand to a suicidal audience member, and Jason Priestley can't stop using a teleprompter.

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

18 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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The Soup is back!
19 February 2018 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

And I can't begin to describe how good that feels. McHale picks up right where E! left him off, and everything feels right with TV again.The side players that rounded out the Soup's menagerie are noticeably missing, but that's not a nitpick; just a testament to how colorful that stage really was.

So far, he's made the most of his lack of broadcast censorship with acute profanity, but the jabs at his current network are still coming. Except now, they throw in the Netflix intro chime for added effect.

It's the same, it's different, yet it still fits like a glove. And you can count me in as a loyal viewer.

8/10


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