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Your First Look At Ilana Glazer And Paul W. Downs In ‘Time Traveling Bong’

Time Travel Bong

If you’re like the rest of us and can’t get enough of Broad City, then you’re in luck. Broad City co-creator Ilana Glazer is releasing a three-part series titled Time Traveling Bong and it’s exactly what you think it is.

Thanks to the magical power of a bong that doubles as a time machine, Glazer will travel throughout history and run with the dinosaurs, hang out at the Salem Witch Trials, and meet a young, fedora-wearing Michael Jackson.

Glazer’s exploration into the past first took place in 2012, when she shot a skit for College Humor along with Broad City actor, producer, and writer, Paul W. Downs.

Glazer and Downs will again star together as they travel through time, one puff at a time. Think Drunk History, but with a more natural inspiration.

In the new trailer for the series released online today, we see that Glazer and Downs quickly encounter a big obstacle when their time traveling bong is broken. Will this mean they’re stuck in the past? Will the end up traveling to a different part of the future? We don’t know!

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The new series, which premieres appropriately on Wednesday, April 20 at 10:30E/7:30P on Much following Broad City, will feature Glazer going solo without writing partner Abbi Jacobson. Broad City writer Lucia Aniello directs the three-part series.

Time Traveling Bong premieres on April 20 on Much. Watch new episodes of Broad City every Wednesday at 10E/7P on Much and catch up on episodes anytime at

Time Traveling Bong – Premieres 4/20

Toke a trip through time. #TimeTravelingBong premieres 4/20.

Posted by Comedy Central on Thursday, April 7, 2016