Billy Eichner, greatest man-on-the-street interviewer of his generation, is such a big fan of Taylor Swift that he wrote a very emotional, perfectly Swiftian song for her to sing. But, because she hasn't (yet) agreed to perform "Glitter and Ribs," he just went ahead and did it himself on last night's Conan.
Professional runner/yeller Billy Eichner is on the street again, hosting a quiz show where, if you don't know the answer, you can ask a squirter. It'll just be a few seconds while you both start running down the street yelling at strangers until you find one.
America demands to know: How do sassy older women feel about Miley Cyrus? And what about Miley Cyrus's vagina? Leave it to the best interviewer working today, the manic-manic Billy "On the Street" Eichner, to find out.
Billy on the Street is a Fuse show in which comedian Billy Eichner spontaneously challenges New York pedestrians with spontaneous, absurd questions (often about celebrities). The epitome of the show's ability to be funny and almost unwatchably awkward occurred on its most recent episode, when Eichner ran into writer/philosopher Jim Holt (Why Does the World Exist?) seemingly at random. Eichner asked Holt about his sexuality and it did not go well. Holt refused to so much as entertain the conversation of why he didn't want to disclose his sexuality. He then called the interview off and walked away.
Every single television critic has written their "10 Best of 2011" article and it's all, "Oooh, Breaking Bad." "Let's hear it for Community." "Friday Night Lights should never leave!" "Do you love Louie? I love Louie. You should love LOUIE!" Fuck them! All their damn lists are the same year after year. Here are some of the other things that happened on television when the critics were playing Ookie Cookie with each other.