Rust Cohle Explains Time as a Flat Circle to Little Kids

    April 9, 2014
    Josh Wolford

HBO’s True Detective ended its first season last month and when the credits rolled, it was clear that we had all just watched something singular–an experience that was going to have a profound effect on not only the future of scripted television, but pop culture.

I mean, television just hasn’t ever had a character quite like Rust Cohle.

If you watched the series (and even if you didn’t), you’re probably well-aware of Cohle’s philosophical musings. You’ve probably seen a grizzled Matthew McConaughey, sitting behind a table, drinking Lone Star beer and talking about how time is a flat circle.

Ok, now imagine that table was tiny and Cohle was talking to kids instead of detectives.

Comedian Ross Marquand makes this a reality in a spoof of those AT&T commercials–you know the ones. Watch out for a truly spectacular McConaughey impression.

Image via Ross Marquand, YouTube


Josh Wolford
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