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Bob’s Burgers Writer Wendy Molyneux Drake To Hate-Watch Entourage For Charity

Some people will do ANYTHING to fight cancer!

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The Simpsons‘ writer, Matt Selman, alerted us to an awesome, if slightly unusual, GoFundMe page today, via his Twitter account. That of Bob’s Burgers writer, Wendy Molyneux Drake, who really, really, really doesn’t want to see the film Entourage.

She’s asking for people to pay her to go see it. But lest you get upset and wonder why a successful TV writer wants you to help her hate-watch a movie, take note: this effort is for charity. Drake hopes to raise $10,000 for CureSearch, an organization that helps children with cancer. Everything she makes will go toward this noble cause, and she’s willing to do something she totally hates in order to make it happen.

She’s offering some pretty sweet rewards, too! For $150 and up, you can see the film with her and her husband on a day of her choosing. However, if you want her to bake you a cake, be prepared to splurge $10,000. Her baking skillz don’t come cheap. Meanwhile, the folks at Bob’s Burgers seem to be ganging up on her to force her into this predicament in support of a worthy cause:

Heh. Her GoFundMe is pretty hilarious. So hilarious, in fact that I’m going to donate so that I can see the movie with her and other donors! Because if there’s anything more entertaining than watching rich dudebros contemplate life while ogling bikini-clad women, it’s watching them with a woman who will provide some much-needed snarky commentary.

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