Nathan wanted to cover all the bases and thought of everything. In order for the tip to look legitimate, Nathan would have to find someone named Michael Richards and use their bank card. As it turns out, when someone changes their name in the state of California, they must make an announcement about it on a newspaper for four weeks. He auditions celebrity impersonators and they chose a man to act as Michael Richards from Seinfeld. To do this, he hires a ghost writer to circulate a fake newspaper, stating the name change required by law.
This man is a genius at intentionally creating socially awkward moments, that make the victim squirm and the viewer gasp for breath in between laughs. The ghost writer is one of my favorite appearances on the show and he doesn't disappoint. Please subscribe and post anything Nathan For You related. Created by Nathan Fielder and Michael Koman! The Result: With a publication and name change all set, the plan proceeds and goes smoothly. As of November 9, 2017, 32 episodes of Nathan for You have aired. Armed with a business degree and drawing from his limited life experiences, Nathan gives advice to real people and struggling businesses each week.
After four issues have been published, his name is legally changed and he opens up a bank account under the name Michael Richards. Archived from on August 1, 2014. . Because, as it turns out, a journalist could do a little digging into the transaction to find out if the tip really came from the account of the actual celebrity. Nathan For You Season 4 Episodes.
Archived from on July 29, 2014. Missed the season four premiere? If you're into dry humor, you will likely enjoy this show. Nathan helps a massage parlour by encouraging clients to upgrade to a more expensive session through hiring untrained masseuses with contagious warts to massage clients in the cheaper sessions. Nathan pulls off a few elaborate plans that have both hilarious and awkward moments. Never fear, Fielder is not one to let us down.
This is a great start to the new season. This subreddit is for the fans of Nathan Fielder on the show Nathan For You! Nathan helps a fledgling artist by encouraging him to draw offensive images of beachgoers. Nathan helps a restaurant gain recognition by having a celebrity leave a huge tip. Despite another commenter's statement, this show proves Nathan has a brilliant mind for business. On October 17th, 2018, Comedy Central announced the show will not return for a fifth season. Nathan helps a restaurant by making its available for anyone to use, whilst using them to promote the restaurant.
Please do not: Post someone's personal information, or post links to personal information. Go watch and come back before reading further! The grade is only short of a solid A due to lack of the awkwardness that drew us all to the comedy series in the first place. Nathan is to small businesses what Gordon Ramsay is to floundering restaurants. The story gains press coverage and the restaurant gets a boost in service. In the series, Fielder plays an off-kilter version of himself, who tries to use his business background and life experiences to help struggling companies and people, offering them sometimes-outlandish strategies.
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. Find someone who is willing to change their name to Michael Richards. He gives the Michael Richards impersonator the bank card and they pull off the rehearsed transaction. This includes links to public Facebook pages and screenshots of Facebook pages with the names still legible. Nathan helps a small-town diner with an act of extreme generosity. As another commenter pointed out, Nathan has perfected the poker face and is completely shameless as he convinces business owners to try out his convoluted marketing ploys - and he is always prepared with the most intentionally awkward exit strategy. The series was co-created by Fielder and premiered on February 28, 2013 on the American network.
B+ The season premiere receives a strong B+. Luckily, the big tip caught media attention and made it to local news. We were so wrong, you guys. While the episode hilariously demonstrates how far Nathan Fielder is willing to go, there were no awkward or embarrassing moments. . . .