While the episode hilariously demonstrates how far Nathan Fielder is willing to go, there were no awkward or embarrassing moments. Okay, for this project, I'm willing to pay you - Mm-hmm. But Steve loved him, so we officially decided that Michael Richards would be the celebrity leaving the tip and later that week, I had our impersonator meet me at a rehearsal space I rented so we could run through the plan. Hold on, sugar, daddy's got a sweet tooth tonight! You know, I don't have anything going on today. Um Just remember, you're Michael Richards, - not Kramer.
We were so wrong, you guys. I've been Paul for a long time. Naturally, Fielder creates a fake nonprofit called City Warts, aimed at getting folks with contagious warts into the workforce. After a night of subpar sleep, it was time for the big day. To do so in California, however, requires four consecutive weeks of a public notice of intent to do so in a local newspaper. So once inside, I switched our traditional handcuffs for some custom ones I had made with an extra-long chain so we'd be able to have our own space so I could be sure he wouldn't run off in the middle of the night. I have a copy, naturally.
He gives the Michael Richards impersonator the bank card and they pull off the rehearsed transaction. This probably also attracts people who will do anything in front of a camera for attention. Well, you know this isn't that show, right? Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices. If we fake the receipt, there's a chance a nosy journalist could verify the transaction and expose the fraud. After Steve makes it clear he was hoping to land another reality show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives for promotion, Nathan Fielder gets to work. Yeah Steve was excited about my plan to get him to get him some new press, but to pull off the illusion of a major star leaving a giant tip, I would need a celebrity impersonator who was completely convincing. One thing I've noticed that always gets restaurants press coverage is when a celebrity leaves a bit tip.
Nathan pulls off a few elaborate plans that have both hilarious and awkward moments. For a moment, I thought I was all out of options, but then it occurred to me that if we could find someone who was willing to temporarily change their legal name to Michael Richards, we'd be able to open up a bank account on their behalf and get the debit card we needed to make the transaction real. It was a little uncomfortable at first, but after we each negotiated a fair amount of slack, I was able to go to bed knowing that Michael and my Holocaust money wasn't going anywhere. This is a great start to the new season. Since most married couples share bank accounts you just put your wife on the account.
So are you a Jim Carey impersonator or an Ace Ventura impersonator? So with the lunch rush in full swing, it was time for Michael Richards to arrive. But lately, owner Steve Mullen has been struggling to draw in customers from the rest of L. Is this something you do full-time, or Well, I was for a while I was doing it a lot. So I started calling every Michael Richards listed the local white pages to ask for permission to borrow their bank card for a one-time transaction they'd be fully reimbursed for. And with all the press coverage they got, I was sure business would be booming for a while.
Armed with a business degree and drawing from his limited life experiences, Nathan gives advice to real people and struggling businesses each week. In order for the tip to look legitimate, Nathan would have to find someone named Michael Richards and use their bank card. I remember my mom explaining it to me when I was a kid. So with all the legal requirements now met, Robert Paul Holmes was given a date to appear at the L. Which is weird and again, I'm not relating to it that much, but time will tell, I guess.
In a world where even the most charismatic starlets claim to be socially awkward, Fielder ups the ante, extended eye contact and all. Nathan is to small businesses what Gordon Ramsay is to floundering restaurants. Archived from on August 1, 2014. As of November 9, 2017, 32 episodes of Nathan for You have aired. So I unlocked myself from the cuffs and secretly snuck out without telling Michael I had left I then met up with our Michael Richards impersonator near Joe K's Restaurant to give him the debit card he'd be using for the transaction. To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the.
Luckily, the big tip caught media attention and made it to local news. Since I was a kid, uh, I think probably five. I couldn't believe it, man. The Plan: Find a celebrity impersonator to eat at the restaurant and leave a fake big tip so the diner receives media attention. The rest of the season promises similarly ridiculous schemes: in one teaser, Nathan convinces a group of taxi drivers to try and destroy Uber from within and make masked, Anonymous-inspired videos to intimidate the corporation. Give me anything over 1,000 and I'll think that I win.