Josh Kornbluth is a funny guy. He has a nervous, jittery way about him, delivering his views on the world with gusto, while giving off a unique combination of being both obsessed and lazy. He looks odd, a pudgy schlump with glasses, a balding head, long messy hair on the sides and back, and an array of Hawaiian shirts. Even his name is kind of funny.
But he has the guts to play a version of himself in this smart comedy, one in which Kornbluth is in every single scene, riding the surprisingly lively script into the world of office temp stardom.
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