Strangers with Candy/Strangers with Candy (movie)

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Strangers with Candy
Strangers with Candy film poster.png
Release Date June 28, 2006
Written by Stephen Colbert,
Paul Dinello,
Amy Sedaris
Based on the Comedy Central Televison series "Strangers With Candy" Created by
Amy Sedaris,
Stephen Colbert,
Paul Dinello and
Mitch Rouse
Directed by Paul Dinello
Produced by Mark Roberts &
Lorena David
Valerie Schaer Nathanson
Distributor(s) THINKFilm
Running Time 85 minutes
Origin USA

Season Three

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Strangers with Candy is a prequel feature film based on the series of the name.

Amy Sedaris, Stephen Colbert, Paul Dinello, Dan Hedaya, Deborah Rush

and Ian Holm

Gregory Hollimon, Joseph Cross, Maria Thayer, Carlo Alban), David Pasquesi, Sarah Thyre, Chris Pratt, Elisabeth Harnois

Cast (In order of Appearance): Amy Sedaris (Jerri Blank), Paul Sedaris (Bus Driver), Chandra Wilson (Inmate), Kristy Thomas (Inmate), Dee Finely (Inmate), Deborah Rush (Sara Blank), Ian Holm (Dr. Putney), Dan Hedaya (Guy Blank), Joseph Cross (Derrick Blank), Elisabeth Harnois (Monica), Alexis Dziena (Melissa), Ivette Diaz Dumeng (Melanie), Carlo Alban (Megawatti), Gregory Holliman (Principal Blackman), Hechter Ubarry (Nico), Allison Janney (Alice), Philip Seymour Hoffman (Henry), Stephen Colbert (Chuck Noblet), Paul Dinello (Geoffrey Jellineck), Delores Duffy (Iris Puffybush), Maria Thayer (Tammi Littlenut), Timothy Hsu (Mascott), Michael Rivera (Maniaco), Thomas Guiry (P John), Wallace Little (Trace), David Pasquesi (Stew), Sarah Jessica Parker (Peggy Callas), Matthew Broderick (Roger Beekman), David Rakoff (Boswell), Cal Robinson (Les Tuckles), Billy Erb (Teacher), Callie Thorne (Teacher), Chris Pratt (Brason), Sarah Thyre (Coach Wolf), Kristen Johnston (Coach Divers), Justin Theroux (Carlo Honklin), Lian Moy (Lian), Olivia Oguma (Olivia), Jeremy Chu (Jeremy), Evelyn McGee (Clair Noblet)


Plot Overview



  • Paul Rothman - "Pink Deville"
  • Mark Levenson - "Jelli's Last Man"
  • The Floaters - "Float On"
  • Rachael Christian and The Evil Genius Orchestra - "Apakah-Lampu"
  • "She's a Fig Neutron"
  • Paramount - "What You Got Coming"
  • "Schizophrenalize"
  • "Betrayal"
  • Blue State - "Retro Retro"
  • "Superconductor Made of Cans"

Arc Advancement





The Show

  • Megawatti is a stand-in for the show's recurring character of Orlando Pinatubo, as Orlando Abdo looked too old. In fact, all of the recurring students were dropped for the same reason, except Tammi Littlenut who is reprised by Maria Thayer.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments


  • In the closing credits the song "She's a Fig Neutron" has an extra closing quotation mark.


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