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May 22, 2000 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
DJ Qualls has the kind of offbeat look that's made for big-screen comedy. But it took a bit of luck for Hollywood to discover that. Qualls had been set to audition for a one-line part in the raunchy teen comedy "Road Trip," which opened Friday. But when Qualls walked into the casting office in Atlanta, he immediately caught the eye of the film's director, Todd Phillips, who was looking for an unknown to play the pivotal role of the shy, gawky college student Kyle.
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May 22, 2000 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
DJ Qualls has the kind of offbeat look that's made for big-screen comedy. But it took a bit of luck for Hollywood to discover that. Qualls had been set to audition for a one-line part in the raunchy teen comedy "Road Trip," which opened Friday. But when Qualls walked into the casting office in Atlanta, he immediately caught the eye of the film's director, Todd Phillips, who was looking for an unknown to play the pivotal role of the shy, gawky college student Kyle.
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May 10, 2002 | GENE SEYMOUR, NEWSDAY
Hey, kids! We know it's close to finals and it's, like, the height of sadism to spring a pop quiz just before a May weekend. Bear with us. It's just one measly multiple-choice question. "The New Guy" is: (a) An argument for the abolition of high school. (b) An argument for the abolition of high school movies. (c) An apologia for high school losers. (d) A backhanded insult to self-respecting geeks in all walks of life. (e) All of the above.
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May 13, 2000 | KATHLEEN CRAUGHWELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just when you thought you were too old to ever go to another "kegger," the DreamWorks party meisters block off a street in Westwood Village and there you are on a warm May evening, eating fistfuls of peanuts and drinkin' brew. Actually, the ambience, such as it was, was fitting for the raunch-fest "Road Trip," which premiered Thursday evening at the Mann Village.
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January 17, 2013 | By Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
Australian comic Jim Jefferies, who worked for years out of England and is known in the U.S. for some HBO comedy specials and whatever else winds up on YouTube, is now the star of his own American situation comedy, "Legit," in which he plays Australian comic Jim Jefferies. It premieres Thursday on FX, which is home to the best television series starring a stand-up comedian as himself, Louis C.K.'s "Louie," and to "Wilfred," which, like "Legit," features an Australian (Jason Gann)
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