Remember the lovable oaf Jerry from Parks and Recreation? Well, actor Jim O'Heir is back to deliver a hilarious rendition of the famous dick sucking story from Netflix's Fyre documentary at the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards.
The iconic first-hand account delivered originally by Andy King told the story of how Billy McFarland had asked him to perform oral sex on a customs official to get them to release crates of Evian water. Being the team player that he is, King was ready to go through it.
O'Heir was ready to do the same for co-star, and host of the Spirit Awards, Aubrey Plaza. Apparently, there wasn't enough room in the budget for water for this years show so Plaza enlisted the help of O'Heir to fellate a Costco cashier in order to save the show... because that's what friends are for, right?
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This parody furthers solidifies how infamous King's story has become. It even has landed the event producer an offer for his own TV show.
On the topic of the interview segment in question, King recently said:
"I probably wouldn't be where I am today if it had been taken out. I mean, how I've become a social media hero over a situation like that, I'm in total shock. But I'm riding with it, it's a lot of fun. TV offers to do cameos in movies. I'm doing a cameo tomorrow night for the Spirit Awards. I'm shooting a movie in March, we're working on a few different TV show concepts right now. I have three offers for those, it's incredible."
Fyre Festival has gone down as one of the biggest flops in music festival history. Promoted largely by social media influencers, the luxury event was supposed to showcase such world-class talent as Disclosure, Lee Burridge and Major Lazer. When attendees arrived on the Exhumas islands, however, they were met with heaps of garbage and harsh living conditions.
This isn't the only parody that has come out of the catastrophic disaster that was Fyre Festival. Seth Rogan and the guys from The Lonely Island have confirmed a spoof documentary is in the works.