Elias and I are big fans of the Rolling Stones. It would just be helpful, legally, if we had a history of being parody artists. And best of all, I now had the evidence to argue that Dumb Starbucks was just another one of my art pieces. I'm protecting myself and, frankly, you from a nightmare. Or what are you saying? Things were off to an okay start. Cheaper prices, and-- - Dumb Starbucks? After our employee orientation, I showed Amber and Jeremiah around the shop.
One episode finds Nathan assuming the identity of another person in an effort to discover if he can singlehandedly turn a regular dude into a beloved local hero. But I knew this was my last shot to become known as a parody artist. And the attention was like sunlight on my soul. You have metal in your house like that? Okay, well, obviously, you know, she did pick me-- - Yeah. But then I remembered, there was one person I knew with the knowledge to get me out of this. The problem with you is you have great coffee but just no one knows what this place is.
But the next morning things changed. I mean, we don't want any of our customers to get sick. There are thousands of small businesses that could use a helping hand, and I hope Fielder gets to all of them before he hangs up his jacket. But if they do, technically, that's part of the artistic experience. Maybe musical parody just wasn't in style right now, because when I looked online, no one was writing about my work. Are you not confident in the lyrics? So you think we're-- we're not friends and we're not-- My friends don't hire lawyers to come and sign contracts. And in my scramble to make things work I put myself before my fellow man, time and time again.
But what does success mean if the road that got you there is paved with broken hearts? It may have been impossible to right every wrong, but it wasn't too late to begin doing what was right. The Health Department will have to come in, do a plan check. Nathan uses parody law to help a struggling coffee shop. But as Nathan for You has continued, Fielder has also expanded the boundaries of the show for bizarre, fascinating standalone riffs. That's not how you establish a friendship. When you're interacting with customers, you know, it's important to have a good sense of humor.
. Well, I mean, everybody's different. Today, you know, you can have a free coffee on me. Nathan For You Season 2 Episodes. With an underwhelming launch day, I began to feel like I put in all this effort for nothing.
It's basically the same coffee. Yeah, there's absolutely artistic value here. This reminds me of the metal in my house. I do not agree to pay all legal fees and damages from legal action because I have no control over what's being released. I'm not afraid To grab my balls Everybody Come grab my balls Don't let the checks run dry Royalties Shave tonight Let's get that beard all gone Too much stubble Let's get that hair all gone I thought the show went okay, but unfortunately, the audience didn't agree.
My entire marketing plan depended on using their corporate logo to get attention. But I couldn't have foreseen what happened next. Let's say you had a reputation as being a-- Yeah. That's-- Okay, I see what you're saying. What would you say is your greatest weakness? Construction began immediately, and it would take at least a week to build the shop.
And then you can-- just make sure you get an insert of the actual-- You know, I'm about to-- I don't know if you're provoking me or not, but I'm-- I'm not-- I'm getting tired of this. After putting the final touches on my parody art, we opened our doors and right away I could tell people were digging my work. Something tied to an art installation. We had our first song, and after finishing the lyrics I booked us a spot at a local open mic night so we could begin building our legal defense. There's a rumor that it might be Banksy and we're all really excited about that. Marx to guarantee we were protected. Do you have any questions of me at this time? But then Peter brought up one way I could cover myself.
They say that the devil is an artist. I understand you're trying to promote your company. A new coffee shop with a familiar name creating quite a stir in Los Angeles. Yeah, the appearance release you signed before had a clause that you would be liable too, if Starbucks sued. I-- We do want it in my pocket. So the next day, I returned to the Helio Cafe with my lawyer to make things fair.