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My Furry Valentine 

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Sappy cards. Stupid clichés. And so much pressure. For Andrew, Nick, Jessi and friends, Valentine's Day is a total freaking minefield.

Directors:

Kim Arndt, Bob Suarez

Writers:

Nick Kroll (created by), Andrew Goldberg (created by) | 12 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Kroll ... Nick Birch / Maury the Hormone Monster / Coach Steve Steve / Rick the Hormone Monster / Lola / Ladybug / Michael Shannon / Raccoons (voice)
John Mulaney ... Andrew Glouberman (voice)
Jessi Klein ... Jessi Glaser (voice)
Jason Mantzoukas ... Jay Bilzerian (voice)
Jenny Slate ... Missy Foreman-Greenwald / Waitress (voice)
Fred Armisen ... Elliot Birch (voice)
Maya Rudolph ... Diane Birch / Connie the Hormone Monstress / Ghost of Whitney Houston (voice)
Jordan Peele ... Ghost of Duke Ellington / Featuring Ludacris / Ghost of Burt Reynolds (voice)
Neil Casey ... Lars (voice)
Jessica Chaffin ... Shannon Glaser (voice)
Jon Daly ... Judd Birch (voice)
Kat Dennings ... Leah Birch (voice)
Ileen Goldsmith ... Jessi Glaser - singing double / Judd's Girlfriend (voice)
Richard Kind ... Marty Glouberman (voice)
Jak Knight ... DeVon (voice)
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Sappy cards. Stupid clichés. And so much pressure. For Andrew, Nick, Jessi and friends, Valentine's Day is a total freaking minefield.

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8 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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"My Furry Valentine" is Netflix's third orginal Animated holiday special. See more »

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References Under the Tuscan Sun (2003) See more »

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Happy Valentine's Day
(uncredited)
Written by André Benjamin
Performed by Outkast
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14 February 2019 | by popculturethoughtsSee all my reviews

This 45-minute Valentine's special is on par with the show's superior aesthetic, writing and extraordinary voice work from its all-star cast. Picking up right where season 2's finale ends, "My Furry Valentine" furthers its thesis on the awkwardness of adolescence and the confusion of puberty with the same screamingly hysterical, joke-a-minute style that's served the show so well thus far. John Mulaney's Andrew, in particular, enters a new phase of his sexual awakening including sexual frustration and jealous rage, and it's remarkable that the show tackles something so unsettling with the clarity and incisiveness as its tackled everything else so far. Andrew Rannell's Matthew also grows in this special, discovering an identity beyond "snappy gay guy" that is both interesting and refreshing. It's not often that a one-off special is as intrinsically connected to its source material but it's a neat hat trick that the show-runners manage to pull off with conviction, focus and ease.


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