My Drunk Kitchen Likes Girls and Grills

Hello! This week in Hannah Hart news, grilling! Aside from landing the Numba 4 spot on our Hot 100, Harto made an admirable attempt to grill a chicken, makes a hat where there never was a hat, and reintroduces Fredrick. Solid decisions all around. This is a particularly good episode if you’ve been longing for better media representation of people who are really uncomfortable touching dead animals.

I was going to make a “girl on grill” joke, but someone on Twitter beat me to it, so. Here we are.

Also! Harto uploaded a handful of quick “Under A Minute” sketches, one of which features Autostraddle photographer Robin Roemer! I love her! These are funny, you’ll like them.

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  1. The business phone call UAM video is my favorite.

    And I also think it’s safe to say that this episode of MDK tied with the Ice Cream episode are my favorites since they both mention Frederick.


  2. Hannah,
    Let’s hang out and be bad at interpersonal relationships together. You bring the punch and Future!Fredrick, I’ll drunkenly grill the chicken and ramble on about comics.

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