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The answer, of course, is easy: Appearing on TV is in itself its own free press.
With the third season of Nathan for You premiering tonight, we've ranked all of Nathan's business ideas, from the most disastrous down to the least. Fame: This particular gambit — driving business to a Los Angeles souvenir shop by tricking potential customers into playing the role of “paying customers” in a movie that doesn’t actually exist — involved several levels of graft on Nathan’s part, including selling fake Johnny Depp autographs from Depp impersonator (and regular) Ronnie Rodriguez.
Nathan's idea to sell the unpopular Marky Sparky product Doink-It by essentially bullying children and calling them "babies" is met with resistance by Rappaport from the beginning — and by the segment's end, Rappaport is outright hostile to Nathan.
(Once you see Nathan's "parting gift" to Rappaport, the latter's frustration makes sense.) Notable for the return of James Bailey, the former criminal turned mall Santa from season one. James Bailey, Mall Santa: Mall Santa James Bailey is one of Nathan for You's most curious, notorious cases — a jolly part-time St.
Nathan for You, Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder's quasi-reality-show-cum-absurdist-comedy on Comedy Central, is truly a one-of-a-kind television program.
A dark, malevolent take on entrepreneurial fixer-upper shows such as Bar Rescue and Kitchen Nightmares, Nathan for You features Fielder giving advice to real-life business owners — specifically, advice so wrongheaded (and, at times, questionably legal) that you wonder why the business owners in question agree to go along with his off-kilter plans.
Worse than the plan itself, though, is the titular company owner’s attempt to hard-sell an expectant couple on going along with the plan — which doesn’t go over well at all with the couple.
Nathan gives the owner enough rope to hang himself, granted, but after seeing Andy’s sense of self-possession in trying to make this scheme a reality, it’s inarguable that he’s the victim of his own greed. Marky Sparky Toys: There are some business owners that Nathan just flat-out rubs the wrong way, and Marky Sparky Toys owner Mark Rappaport is certainly one of them.
The obligatory glaring problem with this one is that the “daddy” concept ends up being creepier than your average Internet stranger.