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Nate Kroll is an award winning playwright whose wife left him, talking their son and leaves him alone miserable. He decides to go to his eccentric father who finds him a job in which he he helps the elders put on a new play.
There is no punchline to this joke, just a great big question mark. Because it's confounding that anyone is still writing a movie like Humor Me, let alone wrangling uber-talented superstars like Clement and Gould into starring in it.
Clement channels his wry hangdog humor into a slightly more grounded performance than he often gives. His charm and absurdist tendencies help elevate Nate from a potentially self-centered man-child to a lost soul who is genuinely compelling.