There are so many publications that are promoting Nick Kroll, for pay. But, they don't tell us that. If Nick Kroll wants to pay them to promote his select "comedy friends" they'll take the dough. Even when they know its' a cancer scam( as is the case with Tig Notaro and Kroll's massive cancer scam)
Nick Kroll looks like a ugly shlub but he's a walking talking GRAVY TRAIN. His father has a good 20 billion( the internet will tell you much less, but it's not accurate,) and he knows how to use that money and he knows how to deceive the public . Deceiving and Discrediting is Kroll's decades long specialty.
NPR has clearly lost it's way . They employ Kroll "experts" to speak on their shows and they promote cancer scams if Nick Kroll tells them to, while pretending to be there for the public.
Read NPR's January of 2014 piece:
Ratings being fudged by Kroll or for Kroll?
Nick Kroll's sketch comedy TV series, "Kroll Show," kicked off its second season this month. One of his signature characters is a seedy, wannabe ladies man named Bobby Bottleservice. Kroll says playing a variety of characters keeps him from being pigeon-holed by his role as Ruxin on the FX show "The League."