The Characters (2016– )
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Henry Zebrowski 

After being confused with Jim Gaffigan and have a disagreement with the owner of a food truck, Henry Zebrowski is required to analyze their past lives.

Director:

Andrew Gaynord

Writers:

Ed Larson (consultant writer), Holden McNeely (consultant writer) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Henry Zebrowski ... Barabbas / Grog / Henry / Jamji / Patrick / Peppers / Peppers' Ghost / Riff Raff
Emily Fleming ... Logdar / Melissa / Woman
Jermaine Fowler ... Aaliyah / Jesus
Natalie Jean ... Mother
Ed Larson Ed Larson ... Big Guy
Holden McNeely Holden McNeely ... Puppeteer / Tourist Husband
Walter Replogle Walter Replogle ... Waiter
Julie Rosing ... Tourist Wife
Jackie Zebrowski Jackie Zebrowski ... Lady / Mother Mary / Richie Vallens
Tyler Bunch ... Puppeteer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Katrina E. Perkins Katrina E. Perkins ... Heckler
Tioka Bernard Schluter IV Tioka Bernard Schluter IV ... Bartender
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After being confused with Jim Gaffigan and have a disagreement with the owner of a food truck, Henry Zebrowski is required to analyze their past lives.

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Release Date:

11 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Jax Media See more »
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Absolutely dire and offensive
29 July 2016 | by scoobyjack8See all my reviews

It makes me sad to think that after watching this racist, ableist comedy vacuum that some viewers may have given up on The Characters all together and missed out on some of the much better later episodes. Shame on you for thinking that "ironic" brown-face is acceptable. Each of his characters is so overwrought and clichéd that I have to wonder why Netflix picked him to have a place in this show altogether. Compare him to Kate Berlant's hilariously specific art-world parodies or Natasha Rothwell's wholly original spoiler-weaponizing homeless man and it is shocking to consider that someone believed that this material constituted an equal.


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