With Dr Steve Brule is—and here I mean the fictional public-access talk show, not the sketch-based Adult Swim pastiche—but it can be very predictable. Every transition will be flubbed, every name will be mispronounced, every interview will be off-topic. The mistakes are funny enough in minute bursts, but can become numbing in greater doses. So Steve decides to interview a baby on his main Charlie Rose -style set, which leads to a fantasy sequence of Steve walking his own baby in the park.
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For several years now John C. Reilly has embodied a loopy, awkward character named Steve Brule. For Reilly, Brule is a completely different person, an elusive figure who now has his own spin-off series Check It Out! It's all very self-reflexive and confusing unless you're a Steve Brule superfan, and Reilly continues to make it as abstruse as possible. We spoke with the actor about Bagboy and Brule in what was probably the most fittingly awkward conversation of all time. Bagboy was a situational comedy pilot that was commissioned by Channel 5. Pablo Myers paid for it so it's sponsored by Pablo Myers.