The Frame® | The truth behind Tim and Eric's 'Zone Theory' | KPCCUp to this point, the absurdist humor of Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim has been confined to the audiovisual offerings of television, film, and the internet. From the outset, the devices of parody and satire are readily apparent. Tim And Eric stray, however, from straight-up mocking their targets, and instead rely on devices common to their other endeavors—most notably gross-out and grotesque humor—on the way to the finish line. It is signature Tim And Eric, sure, but it detracts from the overall theme, which otherwise already packs a punch and the laughs to go along with it. Yes, the idea of literally talking shit makes for some on-the-nose criticism. But Zone Theory is more entertaining when it goes for the throat. Its diatribes against soup are a finely absurd example of twisting ambiguous information to the whims of an argument.
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