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The first thing that you have to understand about Rafi is that he’s not just horrible. Jason Mantzoukas also imbues him with a bizarre kind of innocence. He honestly believes that the guys on The League are his best friends. His earnest desire to be one of the guys is one of the reasons he so winsome. He’s just trying to fit in guys! But the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, and it’s crystal clear that Rafi already has one foot in the fiery Inferno.
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Why Exactly Do We Love Rafi On ‘The League So Much? | Decider

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The first thing that you have to understand about Rafi is that he’s not just horrible. Jason Mantzoukas also imbues him with a bizarre kind of innocence. He honestly believes that the guys on The League are his best friends. His earnest desire to be one of the guys is one of the reasons he so winsome. He’s just trying to fit in guys! But the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, and it’s crystal clear that Rafi already has one foot in the fiery Inferno.

Why Exactly Do We Love Rafi On ‘The League So Much? | Decider

megsokay wrote a piece where she describes Rafi as ‘winsome’. I love her.

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UCB-LA | Mantzoukas and.. | 09.11.14As requested… Mantzoukas and this month’s surprise improviser, Jack Mcbrayer.Mantzoukas and McBrayer played guys who knew each other (vaguely) in high school, and were waiting at Chipotle for friends to go to a concert. However, we slowly find out Mantzoukas has always idolized McBrayer and has gone through great lengths to spend some time with him, including secretly disinviting everyone else.As they waited for their friends to arrive, between the long, long awkward pauses, Mantzoukas’ conversations included making girls squirt, the viscous yet chalky texture of the suicide drink concoction at Chipotle, and every other possible topic to make McBrayer (his character, and probably actual McBrayer) super uncomfortable.

liezlwashere:

UCB-LA | Mantzoukas and.. | 09.11.14

As requested… Mantzoukas and this month’s surprise improviser, Jack Mcbrayer.

Mantzoukas and McBrayer played guys who knew each other (vaguely) in high school, and were waiting at Chipotle for friends to go to a concert.

However, we slowly find out Mantzoukas has always idolized McBrayer and has gone through great lengths to spend some time with him, including secretly disinviting everyone else.

As they waited for their friends to arrive, between the long, long awkward pauses, Mantzoukas’ conversations included making girls squirt, the viscous yet chalky texture of the suicide drink concoction at Chipotle, and every other possible topic to make McBrayer (his character, and probably actual McBrayer) super uncomfortable.