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JIM FLORENTINE appeared on an episode of Girls in 2014.
JIM FLORENTINE also appears in the feature film "A Little Help" starring Jenna Fischer (Pam Beesley of The Office).
Comedian Jim Florentine is no stranger to making people laugh.
The co-host of VH1's ' That Metal Show' and Special Ed from Comedy Central's ' Crank Yankers' has made his mark on the comedy scene not long after his ' Terrorizing Telemarketers' prank CD exploded shortly after it's release.
Jim's hilarious, unapologetic deadpan style has him not only among the top touring stand-up comedians in the country, but lending his unique comedic skills to a multitude of shows, films, comedy albums and radio programs including ' The Howard Stern Show', ' Jimmy Kimmel Live', ‘Chelsea Lately' and far too many others to mention.
With ' Comedy Metal Midgets', Jim brings his comedy and heavy metal worlds together to form a unique blend of rock star and comic interviews, or drunken discussions from comedy clubs and baseball games.
We’re not in high school going, ‘I’m never talking to you again!
“I’ve been on [Howard’s] show a bunch of times since and it’s all good.
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“All of the emails I’ve gotten since I booked you on the show,” asks host Robert Saul, “it’s all about your relationship with Robin. Everybody is curious as to why you two ended the relationship.” “I don’t know.
The following year in 2004, Eminem and FLORENTINE did a bit together on the MTV Music awards show where Eminem beat up Special Ed, who kept annoying him (and tore his leg off). The show moved over to MTV2 in 2006 for one season.
FLORENTINE's Special Ed character that he created is still played at various Sporting Events at stadiums across the USA.
He couldn't believe how bad his early jokes were and decided to share them with his fans and went into a recording studio and read his awful jokes directly out of his notebook.