On his hit Comedy Central show “The Kroll Show,” Nick Kroll played dozens of characters -- most of whom he suspects voted for President Trump and are largely not that good with money.
Kroll walks us through his characters’ business acumen on Yahoo Finance’s My Three Cents.
Gil Faizon of The Oh, Hello Show: “I think he swallowed a lot of pennies in his day. Then he has to poop them out for the doctors, so I would say he would think they don't taste good, they taste like blood 'cause of the iron. I don't think you can get bitcoin or cryptocurrency on AOL dial-up and that's the extent that they get at the library. They do the internet at the library, so I don't know if they've been able to get to bitcoin.”
Liz and Liz of PubLIZity: “They had a real business and I think probably my Liz was good with money. They were entrepreneurs. They were hustlers. They were building a business, they were trying to get yogurt water as a client. I think Liz was probably pretty good with money.”
Aspen Bruckheimer of Rich Dicks: “Not so good with money, truly had no sense of value or anything, in any way.”
Bobby Bottle Service: “His production company's called ‘Good at Business’ because Bobby would like to believe he was good at business in a very aspirational way. My gut is he was not that good at business.”
C-Czar, A toilet baby: “He’s probably not great with money, although he was on that show Dad Academy, trying to learn about finances, but I don't think he was very good with money.”
Jen is an anchor for Yahoo Finance. Follow her on Twitter @JenSaidIt.