Gabe Delahaye

I'm a writer and comedian, just like everybody else.

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In the newest installment of GABE & MAX NEED HELP, i find Max’s secret diary in which he has written how he really feels about our friendship. It hurts my feelings, yes, but it’s also exactly what I would expect from him.

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I cannot tell you how excited I am about “Gabe and Max Need Help,” the new web series that Max Silvestri and I made (with the help of so many talented people), which co-stars Kumail Nanjiani and has an amazing theme song by Ted Leo and is just all around the most fun and best thing that we have ever done, but I will try: I am very excited!

Here’s the first episode, and there will be new episodes each week on Please tell all of your friends, and please tell your enemies, and also your mom and dad. Like, “GET ME EVERYONE!” from The Professional? Like that.

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This is a quick trailer for the upcoming new Gabe and Max series, “Gabe and Max Need Help.” I’m really excited for people to see the videos and I don’t care who knows it! Excitement is BACK! 

The videos are premiering on-line at the end of the month on Thundershorts, but if you are in the LA area, I’ll be showing one of the videos next Wednesday (6/18) at The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail. I cannot wait to see you all there, no excuses.

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Selected Quotes From The New York Times “Fashion” Profile Of Convicted Murderer Michael Alig

imageHere are some choice quotes from today’s Thursday Styles Section profile of convicted murderer Michael Alig, in no particular order:

 “I look just ADORABLE in my mess-hall whites & hair net,” Mr. Alig tweeted in Marchto his followers (he currently has 29,500).

His face looked fresh and well rested, his hair was given a jailhouse Caesar cut, and his biceps and shoulders were buffed, thanks to a “cute boy” he met who is studying to become a personal trainer.

His spin on “America’s Next Top Model”: take two wannabe club kids from Podunk towns and with no money, plunk them down in New York with $1,000 and see if they can thrive “on being fabulous,” he said

Victor P. Corona, a sociology professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology, said that Mr. Alig is a bona fide fashion icon, one who paid his debt to society and made a lasting contribution to culture.

For the first time in 17 years, since he pleaded guilty to killing Andre Melendez — a fellow club kid known as Angel — in a heroin-soaked stupor in 1996, cutting up the body and tossing it into the Hudson River, Mr. Alig walked as a free man.

Mr. Alig then suffocated him with a sweatshirt and poured Drano down his throat, he said, before dumping the body in the bathtub, pouring ice over it and abandoning the apartment for the next nine days.

Mr. Alig ordered a pan-roasted Arctic char and a Coke.

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