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Original series 'Four Twentysomethings' premieres on Monday, April 20

Press Release: They toke. They smoke. They joke. They’re “Four Twentysomethings.” Hardworking slackers Robert Kaval, Steven Hugh Nelson, and Steve Scapardine premiere their original series on YouTube on Monday, April 20 at 4:20 a.m. CT. Please, don’t call it a web series – it sounds more professional this way.

Combining the wit and idiocy of all three creators, “Four Twentysomethings” follows four friends in their twenties who work at a marijuana dispensary, which means the title is also the logline. Like “Clerks,” but with weed, the characters talk, complain, and pretty much do anything but actually work. Sometimes, they put up with the antics of Skater Dave, their stoner friend, or Sonny, the official ‘Owner and Stoner’. Always, they put up with an empty store because the creators couldn’t afford to pay extras.

“This is honestly one of the greatest shows I’ve ever watched, and certainly the best I’ve ever created,” said one of the Steves. “This is also the only show I’ve ever created. Or watched.” Faint, untrustworthy praise could also be found elsewhere. “Yeah, I guess it’s alright, but I wish he would’ve gone to law school,” said Sheila, the other Steve’s mother. A stranger who walked past me in the coffeehouse said, “What? You want a quote for what?”

“Four Twentysomethings” features an unknown cast of Austin improv “celebrities” including Karen Jane DeWitt, Brandon Martin, Sarah Swofford, Clifton Highfield, Victor Steele (not the porn star), and an actor who we can’t name for fear he will be fired from his job; let’s just call him Steve Stevens Stevenson.

On April 20, all 12 episodes will be available to stream for free, and include episodes such as “Episode 4” and “Episode 9.” Other material, including bloopers and content stolen from other (more talented) people, will be available through Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Myspace. That last mention of Myspace was a joke. But, the most important part of this is that you remember and share the user-friendly URL where you can watch the show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC34Ftv5PLXhihlgWGhVUY8Q

And remember: It’s 4:20 somewhere.

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Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter is a journalist and information technology specialist living in Waco, Texas. He has been working with the cannabis movement since 2009. He founded Texas Cannabis Report in 2013 to bring Texans accurate cannabis related news.

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