Garfunkel and Oates
|Garfunkel and Oates|
|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
Garfunkel and Oates is an American comedy–folk duo from Los Angeles, California, consisting of actress–songwriters Riki Lindhome (Garfunkel) and Kate Micucci (Oates). The band name is derived from "two famous rock-and-roll second bananas", Art Garfunkel and John Oates.
The two met at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, where they were introduced to one another by comic Doug Benson. The duo was formed when they started working together to adapt "Imaginary Larry", a short film made by Lindhome, into a musical. Lindhome is from Coudersport, Pennsylvania; Micucci is from Nazareth, Pennsylvania.
On December 14, 2009, Garfunkel and Oates were on The Jay Leno Show to perform their song "Year End Letter". On The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, they performed "Pregnant Women Are Smug" on March 12, 2010, and "Self-Esteem" on May 18, 2010. In late October 2010, they performed "Weed Card" on The Tonight Show.
In 2011, Garfunkel and Oates signed a deal with HBO for a pilot for their own show. Lindhome has described it as "Glee with dick jokes". HBO later decided not to go forward with the show, but in August 2012, HBO released the pilot as five webisodes through its online service.
On June 25, 2013, the duo released their music video "The Loophole", a song about Christian girls retaining their virginity by performing anal sex, which is not specifically forbidden in the Bible. As of December 2016, it was the most watched video on their channel, with over 8 million views.
On September 30, 2013, IFC network green-lit Garfunkel and Oates, an eight-episode half-hour show featuring the duo. The show premiered on August 7, 2014 and was cancelled on 3 March 2015. Afterwards the series was released on Netflix.
In "The Romance Resonance", an episode of the TV sitcom The Big Bang Theory, the character Howard plays the song "If I Didn't Have You (Bernadette's Song)", written by Garfunkel and Oates, for his wife Bernadette.
April 13, 2016 saw the release of their Emmy  nominated Vimeo special Entitled "Garfunkel and Oates: Trying to be Special" in which Kate and Riki decide to host a fundraising concert so they may afford to film their very own special. It features live performances from their current Album, "Secretions", with them playing some old favorites. The music video portion of the special, which featured the song "Frozen Lullaby", earned them the Emmy  nomination for outstanding original music and lyrics.
In "Lillian's Wedding", an episode of the TV series Another Period which originally aired August 10, 2016, the characters of Beatrice Bellacourt and Frederick Bellacourt sing a duet titled "F*** You in Heaven", which was written by Garfunkel and Oates.
- Music Songs (2009)
- Present Face EP (2009)
- Mix Tape #1 (2010)
- All Over Your Face (2011)
- Slippery When Moist (2012)
- Secretions (2015)
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- "'Big Bang Theory's' Kate Micucci on Howard's 'Song for Bernadette': Simon Helberg 'Nailed It' in One Take (Video)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 9 February 2015.
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