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Talking to David Cross About the Worst Time in His Life, His Proudest Moment, and His Biggest Regret
The 'Todd Margaret' and 'Arrested Development' actor told us about severed fingers and shouting "transvestite!" at a schoolboy.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Watch Bob Odenkirk and David Cross's New Sketch About Police Brutality
Cross tries very hard to get arrested and 'Key & Peele''s Keegan-Michael Key makes a guest appearance.
Amber Tamblyn on Poetry and Death
Broadly drives around Hollywood with actor Amber Tamblyn.
Director Jason Woliner Talks About Bob Odenkirk and David Cross's New Netflix Show
The man behind the camera for such strange, hilarious shows as Chris Elliott's "Eagleheart" and "Comedy Bang Bang" discusses what it's like to work with his heroes.
Go West and Sell Out, Young Man: David Cross on Viral Celebrity and His New Movie, ‘Hits’
"The old ways of getting money are not there anymore, so sell out, young man."
Boots Riley on the State of Oakland, the Power of the Working Class, and His New Screenplay
McSweeney's recently released the Coup frontman's screenplay, 'Sorry to Bother You'—a dark comedy that Riley will apparently be shooting with Patton Oswalt and David Cross soon.
Scrapbook: Big Deal Flip Through Their Old Photo Albums
This London-based duo's music makes you feel young and happy and free. They also look cool, which it seems was a total accident. Here's how it happened.
Kim Taylor Bennett
My America, by David Cross
How can you allow yourself to be bored when you’ve got rare, delicious foods being brought to your lips by effeminate Frenchmen?
The Mistakes Issue
I Want My Dvds
Sex dolls, Minor Threat, David Cross.
The Down & Out Issue
Someone is always worse off. Even if you're shitting in a bucket surrounded by crazy veterans.
The 80s Issue
Let's stop beating around the bush, I'm famous. Not famous enough to be invited to those parties that Chloë Sevigny gets to go to, where she sits in a corner having her picture taken for obscure magazines. Not that famous, but just famous enough to...
The Death Issue
Here's another group of people I'd like to see go back to where they came from: this generation's Luddites. According to the dictionary, a Luddite is "one who opposes technical or technological change." It comes from Ned Ludd, an English laborer, who...