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They’re Back: Check Out A New Episode Of ‘Shit Girls Say’
September 17, 2012
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Kyle Humphrey and Graydon Sheppard have received a lot of attention for their YouTube series 'Shit Girls Say.'

The first episode is sitting at 17 and a half million views, and the series has spawned countless parodies and imitations.

With all the attention, they've gone from online sensations to respected filmmakers: they debuted the fourth episode of the series on the big screen at a Mavericks session at the Toronto International Film Festival (George moderated the Q and A session at the event). They also have a book (called 'Shit Girls Say,' of course) coming out tomorrow, and Graydon will be a member of our Three Things comedy panel next week.

But all of that success came from one source: the videos themselves. They just put Episode 4 online, and it is, in the best sense, more of the same.

And next week, Graydon will be part of our Three Things comedy panel. Until then, check out their latest episode below.

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