Dropping Rafi Bombs: The 10 Dirtiest Things Jason Mantzoukas Has Ever Said

By: 09.04.14  •  26 Comments
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Welcome to Psychopath Week here on UPROXX. Yesterday, we more than implied that It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia‘s Dennis is a terrible human being, but he’s well adjusted compared to his FXX buddy, Rafi from The League. One man’s D.E.N.N.I.S. System is another man’s Murder Boner, with a side of cocaine and pocket hot dog. Rafi’s the best character on a show full of memorable, immaculately dressed weirdos, and his instant classic brodown hoedown with Dirty Randy last season proved that he could carry an episode by himself (the less Kevin, the better).

What I’m saying is, more Jason Mantzoukas on TV, please. The League is probably what he’s most well known for, but Mantzoukas has had small, yet memorable parts in Parks and Recreation, Enlightened, NTSF:SD:SUV::, Broad City, Bob’s Burgers, Review, Playing House, and pretty much every other comedy you love. He also co-hosts a BONKERS podcast, How Did This Get Made?, with Paul Scheer and June Diane Raphael where he’s equally filthy (this, despite being a nice guy in real life). Let’s look at some of the grossest things Mantzoukas has ever said, whether as Rafi, another character, or himself.

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