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NSFW Warning - Basically everything said in the video below is of a sexual nature. Sometimes really graphically sexual. So if you're at work or in the company of small children or anyone who might find Jim Jefferies' frank discussion of other people's sex lives offensive, grab some headphones or watch it another time.
The second season of Jim Jefferies' FXX comedy series Legit is set to premiere later this month, and in celebration of Valentine's day, the comedian set out to talk about love and sex -- mostly sex -- with people in Los Angeles. The video above plays almost like one of those man-on-the-street interviews that Real Sex used to do, asking people all sorts of personal questions about their sexual preferences. Except Jefferies and Funny Or Die dressed it up a bit by giving him a very red lounge area and some pretty assistants. Also Jefferies' is hilarious and clearly willing to talk about everything and anything sexually related with his willing participants. I think the scenario about George Clooney with that older couple had me laughing the hardest.
Fans can see Jim Jefferies back on FXX come February 26 when Season 2 premieres. The episode will feature guest appearances by Dr. Dre Pinksky and Loveline co-host Michael Catherwood (aka Psycho Mike). They're featured in these episode stills...
And you can catch Dr. Drew in one of these two clips below. Both focus on Jim's sex addiction, which he doesn't seem all that willing to face, despite taking steps to address it...
Legit stars Jim Jefferies as a version of himself, a stand-up comedian trying to legitimize his life and career with the help of his best friend Steve (Dan Bakkedahl) and Billy (DJ Qualls). The second season will have him trying to sort out why he can't sustain a romantic relationship for very long. He'll also be dealing with an extended visit from his parents along with Steve and Billy's father, played by John Ratzenberger.