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Nathan For You: The 15 Best Episodes, Ranked By IMDb

Nathan Fielder has become a modern master of the rising art form that is cringe comedy. Rather than be a crude wisecracker or chop buster, Nathan has made his mark as someone who can scratch that one part of people's brains that they didn't think could be scratched. There's no better example of this deep-sided, socially awkward style of comedy than in his Comedy Central series, Nathan for You.

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Parodying business-centric reality series, such as Kitchen Nightmares or Bar Rescue, Nathan Fielder portrays a business consultant just trying to help struggling businesses all over America...by offering next to the worst pieces of advice possible.

Updated on July 9th, 2021 by Sean Cubillas: Nathan for You has withstood the test of time by being one of Comedy Central's most memorable and acclaimed comedy series, despite a relatively short run on air. Since the show was brought to HBO Max, its popularity and viral nature have only expanded. This has not only brought more attention to Nathan Fielder's various business exploits but, as per The Hollywood Reporter, HBO has even announced that it will be producing a new comedy series helmed by Fielder.

15 Hotel/Travel Agent (8.6)

Nathan Fielder's lack of social understanding is no more apparent anywhere else than in "Hotel/Travel Agent." In the hotel portion, Nathan tries to help a struggling hotel by tapping into the oh-so coveted "Parents who don't want their kids to know they're having sex" market. To alleviate certain couple's concerns, Nathan helps build a sound deprivation box that couples can put their kids in.

It's not as bad as it sounds, but Nathan still finds a way to make things worse. That unnecessary and convoluted sense of escalation is a huge part of what makes Nathan so special and what sells the quieter yet still incredibly ridiculous portions of this episode which include a funeral home/travel agency and a really shady way to escape traffic jams.

14 Haunted House/The Hunk (8.7)

The first half of this episode is business as usual (as far as Nathan Fielder is concerned). A haunted house is struggling to get customers, so Nathan concocts this idea to make the house so scary that people would sue them. He does so by creating an elaborate setup where customers are taken from the haunted house and are made to believe that they contracted a deadly virus.

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The second half of the episode showcases Nathan's iconic loneliness and awkwardness when he creates an entire, dating show, similar to The Bachelor, to help him therapeutically get over his fear of women. Nathan, of course, is the titular Hunk of this fake series. While Nathan's advice alone can be valuable, this episode shows how he's willing to go the extra mile for others (and himself) with large, elaborate production design.

13 The Claw Of Shame (8.7)

Some episodes of Nathan for You are dedicated to showing the mettle of its host character, and "The Claw of Shame" does this well with its high stakes. Nathan sets up a challenge where he needs to escape a pair of handcuffs in under 90 seconds. The punishment for failure is that a special robot would come and pants him in front of a group of kids (Who's being punished the most here?).

Most of the episode shows all of the detailed work that goes into both training Nathan as well as designing a robot that would pants him. "The Claw of Shame" is one of the best examples of the domino effect of over-thinking that Nathan Fielder has become famous for. But for those that need more proof, this episode also ends with a nice trip down of Nathan's recent failures.

12 The Richards Tip (8.7)

"The Richards Tip" shows one of Nathan's most complex ploys to get restaurant customers. Amazed by how generous celebrity tips can get really viral, Nathan decides to help a diner by staging one for himself. Doing so becomes much more complicated than one can imagine when Nathan begins auditioning celebrity impersonators, hiring someone to legally change their name so that he can get a credit card with the celebrity's name, and personally handcuffing himself to that person when he discovers that they have a criminal history.

People can't say that Nathan is lazy, and this episode is just a taste of Nathan's hilarious work ethic and dedication to maintain authenticity in a world where most people wouldn't bother to change the legal name of celebrity impersonators.

11 Santa/Petting Zoo (8.8)

"Santa/Petting Zoo" helps establish one of Nathan's recurring characters and shows how good this series is as a whole at staging viral events. In the Santa portion, Nathan helps a struggling Santa Clause impersonator by having them work out of a season at a discounted rate. However, Nathan soon realizes that the guy has a criminal history which puts a strain on their relationship.

In the petting zoo portion, Nathan tries to help a petting zoo by staging a viral video where their pig saves a baby goat from drowning. This ends up becoming an actual viral video still on YouTube today, further blending the show with reality. In the last bit of the episode, Nathan is on a stakeout to find some graffiti artists and uses his own image as bait. For what is essentially a sketch/prank show on Comedy Central, this episode is classic for showing Nathan's ability to blur the lines between what's real and not in his show.

10 The Movement (9.1)

"The Movement" is the greatest example of the snowball effect of Nathan Fielder's plots. When a struggling moving company turns to him to help stabilize their income, Nathan starts a fitness craze that rocks the country. Initially, he recommends that the company tell people to move boxes and furniture for them as a work-out regimen, either getting them to do it for free if not outright charging them for the workout.

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Seeing that such an idea would be a hard sell, Nathan hires a bodybuilder to become the company's spokesperson (that he later distrusts and stalks), writes an entire autobiography about him that involves a "jungle child" getting eaten by a baboon, and manages a promotional campaign across various, morning news shows across the U.S. This episode shows one of Nathan's most viral, media stunts yet and proves that, with enough dedication and production, he is able to get people to believe or buy anything.

9 Smokers Allowed (9.1)

Fans already know that Nathan Fielder is a smart, business professional in his own right. Little did they know, he is also a theatrical genius. When smoking bans make it hard for a small-time bar owner to attract customers, Nathan hatches a plan to circumvent smoking regulations. If he can portray the entire bar as a stage play entitled "Smokers Allowed" and all of its patrons as "performers" smoking, then he can pass off the act as a performance, not a health code violation.

Things get a little tricky, however, when Nathan starts to see the project as an actual art piece and pivots towards creating an actual stage play...of people just hanging out in a bar. "Smokers Allowed" is a rare look at Nathan's artistic side and another classic example of his egotistical one.

8 Andy vs. Uber (9.1)

In the Season 2 episode, "Taxi Service; Hot Dog Stand," Nathan helps drive up business for a taxi company by convincing them to give free rides to pregnant women. As luck would have it, Uber would capitalize on the idea and also promote pregnant riders via an Uber branded onesie. With the taxi industry already struggling as is, Nathan helps launch an all-out war between taxi drivers and the Uber corporation.

That is no exaggeration. Nathan Fielder's plan is to threaten Uber with a secret, sleeper cell group meant to sabotage the rideshare service. For anyone, especially a Canadian immigrant, this would be quite the legal bind. Fortunately for him (and one unsuspecting cab driver), he manages to get his green card. While this episode did show an oddly genuine look at the affected workers of a dying industry, it also shows Nathan Fielder going way too far to help them.

7 Gas Station/Caricature Artist (9.2)

In an effort to bring in new customers to a lowly gas pump service, Nathan advertises that the establishment would be giving away cheap gas. The catch, however, would be that they would have to claim a rebate...at the top of a mountain...after answering a long line of riddles. In "Caricature Artist," Nathan is at the service of a beachside, cartoonist. To help him find new customers, Nathan turns to the one thing that many artists turn to during a rut: Shock Value. When Nathan has him draw offensive caricatures of all of his patrons, things go a little better than expected, and he learns a little bit more about people's dark sides.

There's not exactly a thematic correlation between these episodes but overall this is a great recommendation for those interested in the show's exploration of darker comedy.

6 The Anecdote (9.2)

While Nathan for You likes to keep its content straight, for the most part, it does acknowledge every now and then that they're more comedy than documentary series. Surprisingly, this doesn't stop the tone in any way. In "The Anecdote," Comedy Central schedules Nathan for a promotional appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! This forces Nathan to confront his inherent, social awkwardness but doesn't stop his natural ambition.

After studying the trends of several talk show guests, Nathan constructs what he believes to be the ultimate anecdote for Kimmel's show, jampacked with a wedding experience, a bump with the police, and a hilarious twist. This episode both shows Nathan's surprising level of detail when it comes to his social consciousness and his best stride yet at achieving unnecessary realism.

5 Souvenir Shop; ELAIFF (9.4)

While having a solid business plan can help any profession, rarely anything can compete against the raw drawing power of a celebrity appearance. By faking a film shoot with a Johnny Depp lookalike, Nathan uses just that to help a souvenir shop. When a crowd collects outside the shop to get a look at "Johnny Depp," Nathan brings some of them into the store as "extras" playing customers.

Unbeknownst to them, Nathan actually charges them. For obvious reasons, this sparks another legal battle for the business professional (he gets into quite a few) and encourages him to not only film an entire movie but also start his own film festival. Here, Nathan shows his Kubrickian side in all of the worst ways. Instead of actually making a good movie, he goes to great lengths to justify a cheap one in an effort to scam people.

4 Electronics Store (9.4)

Entering the competitive world of electronics, Nathan's focus in this episode is to help a small, electronics store compete against a newly built Best Buy. The plan is simple: Abuse Best Buy's price match program to buy out their TVs. This meant that the electronics store had to sell $1 televisions of their own so as to buy Best Buy's TV cheaply.

As an insurance policy, however, Nathan derives a variety of convoluted tasks for customers to do before they can even reach the TVs. As amusing as this is, this obstacle course doesn't scratch the surface of Nathan's issues when he finds himself in the middle of a legal battle with Best Buy. In both his attempt at cheating people as well as prepping false witnesses for his legal battle, this episode has Nathan at his sleaziest while still being incredibly awkward about it.

3 The Hero (9.4)

Nathan Fielder doesn't just care about helping small businesses. Behind the suit is a confident, sophisticated altruist just looking to help his community. When he comes across Corey Calderwood, an arcade worker looking to improve his life, he uses that exact expertise to help him. And what better way to find self-improvement than in a massive, media stunt?

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To portray Corey as a local hero, Nathan schedules a huge charity event that would have him walk across a tight wire between two buildings. However, in Corey's best interest, he isn't actually the one to walk the wire. Nathan himself volunteers but only after disguising himself as Corey, assuming his life and getting him a girlfriend. This is one of Nathan's most involved stunts that becomes so elaborate that he starts questioning who he is and who he's doing all this work for.

2 Dumb Starbucks (9.5)

In "Dumb Starbucks," Nathan helps a local coffee shop compete against the famous coffee chain by stealing its name and logo. By parodying the property as "Dumb Starbucks" and replicating all of their products as "Dumb," Nathan believed that he could skirt copyright law and drive up business.

While the legitimacy of the copyright issue was a little muddy, Nathan's jab at the coffee giant did legitimately spark the biggest media buzz the series and any of its businesses have ever seen. This show is mostly jokes, but few other episodes have had people connecting with it on such a deep level.

1 Finding Frances (9.6)

After interviewing his Bill Gates impersonator from the Souvenir Shop episode, Nathan learns of the impersonator's passing, youthful romance. Entranced, Nathan starts an entire, cross-country journey to help "Bill Gates" (real name, Bill Heath) find his lost love. This journey has Nathan stage yet another film, learn some dark secrets about Bill, stage another performance to help Bill cope with his relationship issues, and begin a new romance as he learns more about the escort industry.

This episode is a fun exploration of Billy Heath's quirky history and an oddly cathartic, emotional journey for Nathan himself, making this episode a distinct and surprisingly fitting season finale for the series.

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Nathan Ragle, MD, is a physician at the Madsen Internal Medicine Clinic. As a General Internist, his research interests include anything related to general internal medicine and preventative medicine.



Dr. Ragle received his MD degree from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/The Chicago Medical School. He received residency training in general internal medicine from the University of Utah. Nathan Ragle, MD, is a physician at the Madsen Internal Medicine Clinic. As a General Internist his clinical interests include healthcare and treatment of acute and chronic medical problems in adults.

Dr. Ragle received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from The University of Puget Sound and an MD degree from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/The Chicago Medical School. He received training in Internal Medicine from the University of Utah. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Utah.

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  1. Edholm K, Ragle N, Rondina MT (review article). Anti-Thrombotic Management of Atrial Fibrillation in the Elderly doi:10.1016/j.mcna.2014.11.012. Med Clin North Am.
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There will be no more Nathan for you.

Comedy Central confirmed on Wednesday that Nathan For You will not return for a fifth season. The show — which featured host Nathan Fielder scheming box-adjacent strategies to help small businesses realize their potential — last aired in December, with the season 4 finale and all-around special episode “Finding Frances,” which sent the host on an epic adventure with a Bill Gates impersonator to search for the man’s long-lost love.

“For the past five years Comedy Central had the pleasure of working with the brilliant Nathan Fielder on Nathan For You,” the network said in a statement. “His innovative and quick-witted humor has made the show a comedic touchstone and we’re proud to have been a part of it. We respect Nathan’s decision to end the series and look forward to geeking out over his next project.”

Over the years, Fielder has made headlines with his unconventional PR tactics: In a 2015 episode, he started the outdoor apparel company Summit Ice to “openly promote the true story of the Holocaust” after he learned that his favorite jacket company, Taiga, paid tribute to one of its catalogue writers who happened to be a Holocaust denier. Fielder at the time said he had generated more than $300,000 in sales in the first two months and donated the profits — $150,000 — to the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre. Other stunts included staging a viral video of a pig rescuing a goat from drowning, opening up a fake coffee shop called Dumb Starbucks that turned into a sensation, and declaring war on Uber from the inside.

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We need Nathan for You now more than ever

During these difficult times, it sure would be nice to watch new episodes of Nathan for You

It’s hard to believe that Nathan for You ended on Comedy Central in 2017. It was later confirmed that Nathan Fielder would not be working on another season. But is the awkward satirical reality series truly over for good?

The final episode of Nathan for You was season 4, episode 7, “Finding Frances.” I know what you’re thinking, and we agree, only four seasons? It doesn’t seem fair.

Nathan for You was unlike anything else on television. The unique and incredibly awkward satirical reality series always transported us to a different world. A world where you forgot about your life and everything going on around you and you focused (while cringing at the awkwardness) on Nathan’s latest adventure.

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Will Nathan for You ever return?

Unfortunately, it’s not in Nathan’s plans to return anytime soon. It truly seems like he is done with the series, which is a real shame. Fans of Nathan can still see him, though, as he is working on a new project.

According to Interview Magazine, Nathan is releasing a new reality comedy on HBO titled How To with John Wilson, he’ll be serving as the show’s executive producer.

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‘Nathan For You’ Is the Most Uncomfortable Show on Television

‘Nathan For You’ Is the Most Uncomfortable Show on Television by the Forward

“Nathan For You” is built on an undercurrent of mundane desperation: most of us will go along with anything if it means 10 minutes of face-time on TV. We’ll serve (artificial!) poo flavored yogurt at our FroYo shop; court lawsuits for the publicity; deceive the public with bogus animal videos; and camp with unknown men in the wilderness. Shove a camera in someone’s face and they are no longer wary of strangers. They’ll go on dates, spill their hearts, betray secrets. It’s as riveting and hilarious as it is uncomfortable. It might be the best half-hour on television this summer.

“Nathan For You,” whose second season began July 1, is a business advice reality show. Nathan Fielder, a comedian who graduated from the University of Victoria with a bachelor’s degree in commerce, advises small businesses on how to grow. It’s like “Kitchen Nightmares” or “Bar Rescue” except Fielder doesn’t have experience and the advice isn’t good. It’s also not terrible advice (not typically, anyway). The advice has to land in the sweet spot of “bad enough to entertain the folks at home; good enough to get the business to try for a day.” It’s not a parody of business advice shows, but it frequently becomes a parody of other reality genres. The show is more confusing to describe than it is to watch.

All reality shows involve the viewer — you can’t watch without wondering whether you think you can dance or if you have talent or if you are the project runway. But “Nathan For You” transcends the genre. It makes the viewer question the morality of viewing at all. There’s a limit to how many episodes you can watch straight, laughing innocently at Nathan’s advice and at the people who take it. After that, even the callous viewer wonders: Who are these people? If I had a small business, would I be one of them? Would I go on the show, say, to promote my (hypothetical) appetizing store? All publicity is good publicity, no? How could I, struggling dealer of smoked fish that I am, turn down the exposure? Would I take the bad advice, become the neighborhood toilet, or anger my customers with misleading promotions, like the pizza place he tells to offer an eight minute delivery guarantee? After 8 minutes, the customer gets a free pizza. The catch: the free pizza is only 1” big and the customer still needs to pay for their original order.

‘Nathan For You’ Is the Most Uncomfortable Show on Television by the Forward

Then I started to wonder, would I still say “yes” to the show if I knew what it was, if I knew that “Nathan for You” was a comedy?

The show’s answer is, you would. Towards the end of Season 1, Nathan made himself the client. Talking to women is difficult for him, so he counsels “immersion therapy.” He decides to date 10 women at once, but none of the women he approaches on the street — not the ones to whom he offers a free smoothie, not the ones he showers with a cute puppy — agree. So he and his producers create a fake reality show called, “The Hunk,” starring Nathan in the title role. Over the next three months, they cast and prepare. “The Hunk” is a perfect parody of “The Bachelor,” from the handsome host to the graceful mansion. One by one women parade out of a limousine and talk with Nathan at the threshold. He does a good job of having awkward conversations with them, either because he’s awkward with everyone, or because he’s terrible with women, or because this is a TV show and he’s performing a part. Then there’s a party in the living room and champagne pops and women cheer and Nathan has alone time with some of them outside under the stars or inside on a blanket by a fireplace.

Several times Nathan’s voiceover remarks that the women are getting exactly what they want from “The Hunk”: they get to be on TV. In a testimonial, one of the women tells us that she is a singer and her new album is coming out in the fall. Another tells Nathan that she loves him after he implies that “liking” him is not enough to avoid being cut from the competition. Staying on TV is more important than honesty.

The skit is a criticism of “The Bachelor/ette” and a form of self-reflection. It sidesteps the question of whether or not the advice he gives businesses is moral by changing the terms. This is an exchange. People want to be on TV. Nathan gives them their chance.

A line from Philip Roth’s “The Ghost Writer” kept popping into my head while watching the show. A mentor tells the young hero, “You’re not so nice in your fiction…You’re a different person.” The line is more cryptic that it appears. There’s the implication that the hero of “The Ghost Writer” was never “so nice,” that the person he reveals in the fiction is the person he really is, the person he’s scared to be outside the safety of fiction.

Nathan Fielder isn’t so nice on his TV show. Niceness is an act he wears to get people to trust him, to go along with his plans. Niceness covers his coarseness. Whether he’s kind and genuine outside the show doesn’t matter. Like Philip Roth he finds his art by breaking with niceness and betraying boundaries. It’s up to the viewer at home to decide how to feel.

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Nathan Fielder is a Canadian comedian, director, and writer, who is  best known for his Comedy Central series “Nathan For You.”

Biography

He was born on May 12, 1983, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

In 2005, Nathan earned his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Victoria.

In 2006, Fielder received the Tim Sims award for Outstanding Canadian Comedy Newcomer.

From 2007 to 2009, he served as a writer in 33 episodes of ”This Hour Has 22 Minutes.”

In 2010, Nathan performed in three episodes of ”Important Things with Demetri Martin.” Fielder was also a writer in ten episodes of the sketch-variety show.

In 2011, he appeared in the TV series ”Jon Benjamin Has a Van.”

Nathan For You

In February 2013, his hit television series ”Nathan for You” debuted on Comedy Central.

In the series, Nathan plays a business school graduate and consultant who tries to use his life experiences and business background to help struggling people and companies.

”There’s only about a 10 percent difference between the Nathan on the show and real-life Nathan,” he said. ”The character is just an amplified version of him.”

”I feel like the Nathan on the show has a much tougher time reading social cues and is way less self-aware than the real me,” Fielder wrote in a Reddit AMA. He added: ”He’s also much more confident.”

In 2017, Nathan portrayed Kyle Vogt in The Disaster Artist, a comedy-drama film that details the friendship between actors Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau. The film also stars Seth Rogen, Dave Franco, Jacki Weaver, James Franco, Josh Hutcherson, Ari Graynor, and Alison Brie.

In June 2018, it was reported that the series would stream on Hulu.

In October 2018, it was confirmed that Nathan For You had ended. ”His innovative and quick-witted humor has made the show a comedic touchstone, and we’re proud to have been a part of it,” Comedy Central wrote in a statement. ”We respect Nathan’s decision to end the series and look forward to geeking out over his next project.”

”You know the world is in a great place when our largest corporations are literally using the same strategies as Nathan for You,” he tweeted in December 2018.

In 2019, “Nathan For You” won the Writer’s Guild Award for Best Comedy/Variety Sketch Series.

In 2020, Fielder served as the producer of ”How To with John Wilson,” a docuseries on HBO.

The Curse

In December 2020, Fielder announced a new SHOWTIME series (The Curse) with the Safdie Brothers and Emma Stone. In addition to starring and co-creating the series, Nathan will direct and executive produce the series.

Wife

In 2014, Nathan Fielder married Sarah Ziolkowska.

She worked as a children’s librarian. Sarah got her Master of Library & Information Science (M.L.I.S.) from Dalhousie University in 2009.

They divorced in 2015. ”I went through a divorce last year, and I didn’t know how to talk about it at first because it was so shocking,” Fielder said in a later interview. He continued: ”’Shocking’ isn’t the right word, but it’s a heavy emotional thing.”

Girlfriend

There is not much information about Nathan Fielder’s girlfriend, except that he said in a September 2017 interview: ”I’m dating someone right now. I’m not going to talk more about it.”

Height  

5′ 9½” (1.77 m)

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Quotes

”I just don’t have this magnetic personality that everyone is drawn to.”

”For Nathan on the show, ethics are not on my radar as much.”

”In life, a lot of great ideas sound insane or absurd at first.”

”I never want it to feel like everyone reacts the same way.”

”If I find something funny and make an older woman laugh, I love that for some reason.”

Trivia

He was featured in The Disaster Artist, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, Kroll Show, Drunk History, Canadian Comedy Shorts, and Rick and Morty.

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Nathan Fielder – Net Worth

Fielder earned most of his wealth from starring in ”Nathan for You.” He also appeared in the TV series – Animals, Transparent, David, Bob’s Burgers, Childrens Hospital, and The League. The comedian also performed in the movie The Disaster Artist (2017).

Nathan also founded Summit Ice, a winter jacket company, in 2015. Therefore, comedian Nathan Fielder has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million.

Featured image source – © Guliver / Getty Images.

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Источник: https://famouspeopletoday.com/nathan-fielder/

We need Nathan for You now more than ever

During these difficult times, it sure would be nice to watch new episodes of Nathan for You

It’s hard to believe that Nathan for You ended on Comedy Central in 2017. It was later confirmed that Nathan Fielder would not be working on another season. But is the awkward satirical reality series truly over for good?

The final episode of Nathan for You was season 4, episode 7, “Finding Frances.” I know what you’re thinking, and we agree, only four seasons? It doesn’t seem fair.

Nathan for You was unlike anything else on television. The unique and incredibly awkward satirical reality series always transported us to a different world. A world where you forgot about your life and everything going on around you and you focused (while cringing at the awkwardness) on Nathan’s latest adventure.

Now, doesn’t that sound like something that would be amazing to do during these days? As if the COVID-19 outbreak hasn’t already done enough damage, the upcoming election is also adding a lot of stress.

Will Nathan for You ever return?

Unfortunately, it’s not in Nathan’s plans to return anytime soon. It truly seems like he is done with the series, which is a real shame. Fans of Nathan can still see him, though, as he is working on a new project.

According to Interview Magazine, Nathan is releasing a new reality comedy on HBO titled How To with John Wilson, he’ll be serving as the show’s executive producer.

That’s not all, the source also shares that Nathan is working with Showtime and the Safdie brothers on The Curse, a comedy that “centers on a fictional HGTV show rattled by a mysterious curse.”

We are excited for both! Anything Nathan Fielder we can get right now, we appreciate it. In the meantime, you can binge-watch Nathan for You on Hulu and awkwardly laugh the pain away. 

Источник: https://hiddenremote.com/2020/10/27/need-nathan-now-ever/

Comedy Central confirms that Nathan For You will not return

There will be no more Nathan for you.

Comedy Central confirmed on Wednesday that Nathan For You will not return for a fifth season. The show — which featured host Nathan Fielder scheming box-adjacent strategies to help small businesses realize their potential — last aired in December, with the season 4 finale and all-around special episode “Finding Frances,” which sent the host on an epic adventure with a Bill Gates impersonator to search for the man’s long-lost love.

“For the past five years Comedy Central had the pleasure of working with the brilliant Nathan Fielder on Nathan For You,” the network said in a statement. “His innovative and quick-witted humor has made the show a comedic touchstone and we’re proud to have been a part of it. We respect Nathan’s decision to end the series and look forward to geeking out over his next project.”

Over the years, Fielder has made headlines with his unconventional PR tactics: In a 2015 episode, he started the outdoor apparel company Summit Ice to “openly promote the true story of the Holocaust” after he learned that his favorite jacket company, Taiga, paid tribute to one of its catalogue writers who happened to be a Holocaust denier. Fielder at the time said he had generated more than $300,000 in sales in the first two months and donated the profits — $150,000 — to the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre. Other stunts included staging a viral video of a pig rescuing a goat from drowning, opening up a fake coffee shop called Dumb Starbucks that turned into a sensation, and declaring war on Uber from the inside.

Источник: https://ew.com/tv/2018/10/17/nathan-for-you-ended-comedy-central/

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Chemistry is all around us - in what we eat, what we breathe, how we live and what we are. Chemists study not only what things are, but also what they do and how they do it. Nearly all sciences and advances in fields such as molecular biology, environmental science, materials science and medicinal chemistry are built upon an understanding of chemistry. You may earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry or Chemical Education at Northeastern State University. Chemistry courses provide a sound background in chemical principles and challenge students to develop excellent problem-solving skills. Courses in biochemistry, inorganic, physical, analytical, organic, environmental and polymer chemistries comprise the curriculum. Besides formal classroom instruction, chemistry majors sharpen their abilities in a variety of laboratory courses and by the completion of an independent research project.

Obtaining an undergraduate degree in chemistry prepares you for many different careers, including employment as a research chemist or a lab technician in industrial quality control, environmental assessment, forensics, patent law or education. Furthermore,the chemistry program prepares you for pursuing advanced degrees or in entering health-related professional schools (medical, pharmacy, dental, optometry, chiropractic, etc.).

Источник: https://academics.nsuok.edu/naturalsciences/Degrees/Undergraduate/ChemistryBS.aspx
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Nathan grew up in Longmont, Colorado, and received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder.  He was a financial aid counselor with CU-Boulder prior to attending law school.

Nathan attended Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington, where he was an editor for both of the school’s law journals and worked for Gonzaga’s low-income legal clinic.  During law school, he was a summer intern in Division 7 of Weld County courts and with a small Larimer County law firm focused on representing small local towns.

After graduation, Nathan clerked for the Honorable Ingrid Bakke in Boulder County District Court.  During his clerkship, he gained valuable experience in probate and juvenile law.  His clerkship allowed him to participate, first-hand, in the judicial decision-making process and become familiar with the skills necessary to be an effective advocate in court.

Prior to joining Dietze and Davis, P.C., Nathan practiced civil litigation in Boulder and Weld counties with an emphasis in personal injury.  He also assisted with various property, eviction, and probate matters.  His current practice focuses on civil litigation defense, including personal injury and employment law cases.

Источник: http://dietzedavis.com/nathan-klotz
1.) There is a big difference between need and want.

2.) There is no such thing as harmless flirting. Play with fire, get burned (Proverbs 6:27)

3.) Know who you are without your significant other. They will compliment you, not complete you.

4.) Looks fade. Search deeper than that. That 6 pack will probably turn into a 1.
She's gonna look different when she wakes up in the morning than she does when you see her on your date. He's gonna smell. His muscles sag. And his sweet haircut will probably recede. 
(Proverbs 31:30)

5.) Date to marry. I've heard it put this way:
"Dating without intention to marry is like walking into a store with no money. You'll either leave with nothing or take something that isn't yours."

6.) If you're gonna date to marry, you may as well wait until you're near an age when you can actually make that move.

7.) The sooner you start dating, the sooner you're going to want to express your feelings physically and emotionally. Once the physical and emotional line that separates friendship and romantic relationship has been crossed, you can't go back. You may try to "just be friends," but it will never be the same (this one I know from personal experience).

8.) Your future spouse should be your best friend (and no, that doesn't mean to marry your current best friend of the opposite sex). Realize that you're gonna spend a lot of time together...A LOT! And when #4 turns out to be true, you're gonna need something else to fall back on. Make sure you're in love with their heart just as much as you are with their face and body.

9.) "Don’t marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can’t live without." - James Dobson

What Would You Add To The List?

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Nathan Fielder is a Canadian comedian, director, and writer, who is  best known for his Comedy Central series “Nathan For You.”

Biography

He was born on May 12, 1983, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

In 2005, Nathan earned his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Victoria.

In 2006, Fielder received the Tim Sims award for Outstanding Canadian Comedy Newcomer.

From 2007 to 2009, he served as a writer in 33 episodes of ”This Hour Has 22 Minutes.”

In 2010, Nathan performed in three episodes of ”Important Things with Demetri Martin.” Fielder was also a writer in ten episodes of the sketch-variety show.

In 2011, he appeared in the TV amazon app coupon ”Jon Benjamin Has a Van.”

Nathan For You

In February 2013, his hit television series ”Nathan for You” debuted on Comedy Central.

In the series, Nathan plays a business school graduate and consultant who tries to use his life experiences and business background to help struggling people and companies.

”There’s only about a 10 percent difference between the Nathan on the show and real-life Nathan,” he said. ”The character is just an amplified version of him.”

”I feel like the Nathan on the show has a much tougher time reading social cues and is way less self-aware than the real me,” Fielder wrote in a Reddit AMA. He added: ”He’s also much more confident.”

In 2017, Nathan portrayed Kyle Vogt in The Disaster Artist, a comedy-drama film that details the friendship between actors Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau. The film also stars Seth Rogen, Dave Franco, Jacki Weaver, James Franco, Josh Hutcherson, Ari Graynor, and Alison Brie.

In June 2018, it was reported that the series would stream on Hulu.

In October 2018, it was confirmed that Nathan For You had ended. ”His innovative and quick-witted humor has made the show a comedic touchstone, and we’re proud to have been a part of it,” Comedy Central wrote in a statement. ”We respect Nathan’s decision to end the series and look forward to geeking out over his next project.”

”You know the world is in a great place when our largest corporations are literally using the same strategies as Nathan for You,” he tweeted in December 2018.

In 2019, “Nathan For You” won the Writer’s Guild Award for Best Comedy/Variety Sketch Series.

In 2020, Fielder served as the producer of ”How To with John Wilson,” a docuseries on HBO.

The Curse

In December 2020, Fielder announced a new SHOWTIME series (The Curse) with the Safdie Brothers and Emma Stone. In addition to starring and co-creating the series, Nathan will direct and executive produce the series.

Wife

In 2014, Nathan Fielder married Sarah Ziolkowska.

She worked as a children’s librarian. Sarah got her Master of Library & Information Science (M.L.I.S.) from Dalhousie University in 2009.

They divorced in 2015. ”I went through a divorce last year, and I didn’t know how to talk about it at first because it was so shocking,” Fielder said in a later interview. He continued: ”’Shocking’ isn’t the right word, but it’s a heavy emotional thing.”

Girlfriend

There is not much information about Nathan Fielder’s girlfriend, except that he said in a September 2017 interview: ”I’m dating someone right now. I’m not going to talk more about it.”

Height  

5′ 9½” (1.77 m)

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Quotes

”I just don’t have this magnetic personality that everyone is drawn to.”

”For Nathan on the show, ethics are not on my radar as much.”

”In life, a lot of great ideas sound insane or absurd at first.”

”I never want it to feel like everyone reacts the same way.”

”If I find something funny and make an older woman laugh, I love that for some reason.”

Trivia

He was featured in The Disaster Artist, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, Kroll Show, Drunk History, Canadian Comedy Shorts, and Rick and Morty.

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Nathan Fielder – Net Worth

Fielder earned most of his wealth from starring in ”Nathan for You.” He also appeared in the TV series – Animals, Transparent, David, Bob’s Burgers, Childrens Hospital, and The League. Nathan for you bachelor comedian also performed in the movie The Disaster Artist (2017).

Nathan also founded Summit Ice, a winter jacket company, in 2015. Therefore, comedian Nathan Fielder has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million.

Featured image source – © Guliver / Getty Images.

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Источник: https://famouspeopletoday.com/nathan-fielder/

Comedy Central confirms that Nathan For You will not return

There will be no more Nathan for you.

Comedy Central confirmed on Wednesday that Nathan For You will not return for a fifth season. The show — which featured host Nathan Fielder scheming box-adjacent strategies to help small businesses realize their potential — last aired in December, with the season 4 finale and all-around special episode “Finding Frances,” which sent the host on an epic adventure with a Bill Gates impersonator to search for the man’s long-lost love.

“For the past five years Comedy Central had the pleasure of working with the brilliant Nathan Fielder on Nathan For You,” the network said in a statement. “His innovative and quick-witted humor has made the show a comedic touchstone and we’re proud to have been a part service credit union branches near me it. We respect Nathan’s decision to end the series and look forward to geeking out over his next project.”

Over the years, Fielder has made headlines with his unconventional PR tactics: In a 2015 episode, he started the outdoor apparel company Summit Ice to “openly promote the true story of the Holocaust” after he learned that his favorite jacket company, Taiga, paid tribute to one of its catalogue writers who happened to be a Holocaust denier. Fielder at the time said he had generated more than $300,000 in sales in the first two months and donated the profits — $150,000 — to the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre. Other stunts included staging a viral video of a pig rescuing a goat from drowning, opening up a fake coffee shop called Dumb Starbucks that turned into a sensation, and declaring war on Uber from the inside.

Источник: https://ew.com/tv/2018/10/17/nathan-for-you-ended-comedy-central/

‘Nathan For You’ Is the Most Uncomfortable Show on Television

‘Nathan For You’ Is the Most Uncomfortable Show on Television by the Forward

“Nathan For You” is built on an undercurrent of mundane desperation: most of us will go along with anything if it means 10 minutes of face-time on TV. We’ll serve (artificial!) poo flavored yogurt at our FroYo shop; court lawsuits for the publicity; deceive the public with bogus animal videos; and camp with unknown men in the wilderness. Shove a camera in someone’s face and they are no longer wary of strangers. They’ll go on dates, spill their hearts, betray secrets. It’s as riveting and hilarious as it is uncomfortable. It might be nathan for you bachelor best half-hour on television this summer.

“Nathan For You,” whose second season began July 1, is a business advice reality show. Nathan Fielder, a comedian who graduated from the University of Victoria with a bachelor’s degree in commerce, advises small businesses on how to grow. It’s like “Kitchen Nightmares” or “Bar Rescue” except Fielder doesn’t have experience and the advice isn’t good. It’s also not terrible advice (not typically, anyway). The advice has to land in the sweet spot of “bad enough to entertain the folks at home; good enough to get the business to try for a day.” It’s not a parody of business advice shows, but it frequently becomes a parody of other reality genres. The show is more confusing to describe than it is to watch.

All reality shows involve the viewer — you can’t watch without wondering whether you think you can dance or if you have talent or if you are the project runway. But “Nathan For You” transcends the genre. It makes the viewer question the morality of viewing at all. There’s a limit to how many episodes you can watch straight, laughing innocently at Nathan’s advice and at the people who take it. After that, even the callous viewer wonders: Who are these people? If I had a small business, would I be one of them? Would I go on the show, say, to promote my (hypothetical) appetizing store? All publicity is good publicity, no? How could I, struggling dealer of smoked fish that I am, insight mobile banking app down the exposure? Would I take the bad advice, become the neighborhood toilet, or anger my customers with misleading promotions, like the pizza place he tells to offer an eight minute delivery guarantee? After 8 minutes, the customer gets a free pizza. The catch: the free pizza is only 1” big and the customer still needs to pay for their original order.

‘Nathan For You’ Is the Most Uncomfortable Show on Television by the Forward

Then I started to wonder, would I still say “yes” to the show if Nathan for you bachelor knew what it was, if I knew that “Nathan for You” was a comedy?

The show’s answer is, you would. Towards the end of Season 1, Nathan made himself the client. Talking to women is difficult for him, so he counsels “immersion therapy.” He decides to date 10 women at once, but none of the women he approaches on the street — not the ones to whom he offers a free smoothie, not the ones he showers with a cute puppy — agree. So he and his producers create a fake reality show called, “The Hunk,” starring Nathan in the title role. Over the next three months, they cast and prepare. “The Hunk” is a perfect parody of “The Bachelor,” from the handsome host to the graceful mansion. One by one women parade out of a limousine and talk with Nathan at the threshold. He does a good job of having awkward conversations with them, either because he’s awkward with everyone, or because he’s terrible with women, or because this is a TV show and he’s performing a part. Then there’s a party in the living room and champagne pops and women cheer and Nathan has alone time with some of them outside under the stars or inside on a blanket by a fireplace.

Several times Nathan’s voiceover remarks that the women are getting exactly what they want from “The Hunk”: they get to be on TV. In a testimonial, one of the women tells us that she is a singer and her new album is coming out in the fall. Another tells Nathan that she loves him after he implies that “liking” him is not enough to avoid being cut from the competition. Staying on TV is more important than honesty.

The skit is a criticism of “The Bachelor/ette” and a form of self-reflection. It sidesteps the question of whether or not the advice he gives businesses is moral by changing the terms. This is an exchange. People want to be on TV. Nathan gives them their chance.

A line from Philip Roth’s “The Ghost Writer” kept popping into my head while watching the show. A mentor tells the young hero, “You’re not so nice in your fiction…You’re a different person.” The line is more cryptic that it appears. There’s the implication that the hero of “The Ghost Writer” was never “so nice,” that the person he reveals in the fiction is the person he really is, the person he’s scared to be outside the safety of fiction.

Nathan Fielder isn’t so nice on his TV show. Niceness is an act he wears to get people to trust him, to go along with his plans. Niceness covers his coarseness. Whether he’s kind and genuine outside the show doesn’t matter. Like Philip Roth he finds his art by breaking with niceness and betraying boundaries. It’s up to the viewer at home to decide how to feel.

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1.) There is a big difference between need and want.

2.) There is no such thing as harmless flirting. Play with fire, get burned (Proverbs 6:27)

3.) Know who you are without your significant other. They will compliment you, not complete you.

4.) Looks fade. Search deeper than that. That 6 pack will probably turn into a 1.
She's gonna look different when she wakes up in the morning than she does when you see her on your date. He's gonna smell. His muscles sag. And his sweet haircut will probably recede. 
(Proverbs 31:30)

5.) Date to marry. I've heard it put this way:
"Dating without intention to marry is like walking into a store with no money. You'll either leave with nothing or take something that isn't yours."

6.) If you're gonna date to marry, you may as well wait until you're near an age when you can actually make that move.

7.) The sooner you start dating, the sooner you're going to want to express your feelings physically and emotionally. Once the physical and emotional line that separates friendship and romantic relationship has been crossed, you can't go back. You may try to "just be friends," but it will never be the same (this one I know from personal experience).

8.) Your future spouse should be your best friend (and no, that doesn't mean to marry your current best friend of the opposite sex). Realize that you're gonna spend a lot of time together.A LOT! And when #4 turns out to be true, you're gonna need something nathan for you bachelor to fall back on. Make sure you're in love with their heart just as much as you are with their face and body.

9.) "Don’t marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can’t live without." - James Dobson

What Would You Add To The List?

This Is History / The Space In-Between / Источник: http://www.nathancrawford.com/2012/09/dating-advice-from-bachelor.html

We need Nathan for You now more than ever

During these difficult times, it sure would be nice to watch new episodes of Nathan for You

It’s hard to believe that Nathan for You ended on Comedy Central in 2017. It was later confirmed that Nathan Fielder would not be working on another season. But is the awkward satirical reality series truly over for good?

The final episode of Nathan for You was season 4, episode 7, “Finding Frances.” I know what you’re thinking, and we agree, only four seasons? It doesn’t seem fair.

Nathan for You was unlike anything else on television. The unique and incredibly awkward satirical reality series always transported us to a different world. A world where you forgot about your life and everything going on around you and you focused (while cringing at the awkwardness) on Nathan’s latest adventure.

Now, doesn’t that sound like something that would be amazing to do during these days? As if the COVID-19 outbreak hasn’t already done enough damage, the upcoming election is also adding a lot of stress.

Will Nathan for You ever return?

Unfortunately, it’s not in Nathan’s plans to return anytime soon. It truly seems like he is done with the series, which is a real shame. Fans of Nathan can still see him, though, as he is working on a new project.

According to Interview Magazine, Nathan is releasing a new reality comedy on HBO titled How To with John Wilson, he’ll be serving as the show’s executive producer.

That’s not all, the source also shares that Nathan is working with Showtime and the Safdie brothers on The Curse, a comedy that “centers on a fictional HGTV show rattled by a mysterious curse.”

We are excited for both! Anything Nathan Fielder we can get right now, we appreciate it. In the meantime, you can binge-watch Nathan for You on Hulu and awkwardly laugh the pain away. 

Источник: https://hiddenremote.com/2020/10/27/need-nathan-now-ever/

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Chemistry is all around us - in what we eat, what we breathe, how we live and what jose adan martinez we are. Chemists study not only what things are, but also what they do and how they do it. Nearly all sciences and advances in fields such as molecular biology, environmental science, materials science and medicinal chemistry are built upon an understanding nathan for you bachelor of chemistry. You may earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry or Chemical Education at Northeastern State University. Chemistry courses provide a sound background in chemical principles and challenge students to develop excellent problem-solving skills. nathan for you bachelor Courses in biochemistry, inorganic, physical, analytical, organic, environmental and polymer chemistries comprise the curriculum. Besides formal classroom instruction, chemistry majors sharpen their abilities in a variety of laboratory courses and nathan for you bachelor the completion of an independent research project. nathan for you bachelor

Obtaining an undergraduate degree in chemistry prepares you for many different careers, including employment as a research chemist or a lab technician in industrial quality control, environmental assessment, forensics, patent law or education. Furthermore,the chemistry program prepares you for pursuing advanced degrees or in entering health-related professional schools (medical, pharmacy, dental, optometry, chiropractic, etc.). nathan for you bachelor

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