Suddenly it became known that in the 5th episode of the 3rd season of “Boys” there is another funny cameo role of one of the executive producers of the show Seth Rogen. Over the course of three seasons, “The Boys” had several notable cameos, including Patton Oswalt and Charlize Theron. Most recently , Paul Riser starred in the role of Legends, an old Vought employee inspired by Stan Lee. Rogen’s appearance takes place near the end of the 5th episode of “Boys” in an annoying, albeit hilarious scene.
Rogen is best known for his acting work in comedies such as “Super Bad”, “Pineapple Express” and “The Interview”, but he has also made a lucrative career as a screenwriter, director and producer of various TV shows. In addition to “Boys,” Rogen is the executive producer of “Pam and Tommy” for Hulu, “Invincible” for Amazon Prime and “Preacher” for AMC. The third season of “Boys” marks Rogen’s third cameo role in the series.
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In the 5th episode of the 3rd season of “Boys”, titled “One Last Look at this world of Lies”, the stakes get even higher when the Homelander seizes control of the Wout, and the Boys are looking for an escaped Soup and a member of the Payback Soldier Battle team. In a moment of levity, the soldier boy’s girlfriend, the Crimson Countess (Laurie Holden), communicates with a fan at a private session on Supe Porn Platinum. Seth Rogen plays a sleazy longtime fan whose account is called Sir-C***-A-Lot-779. They chat about the Crimson Countess’s new chimp shelter, which will feature monkeys like the monkey from The Flash, before Sir-C***-A-Lot-779 suggests they move on. It’s unclear if Rogen is playing himself here, as he says he once worked with The Flash monkey, implying that his character is also an actor. A fan of the Crimson Countess begins to have fun when the video call is interrupted by the Butcher and the Boys, who interrupt her to interrogate her about the Boy Soldier.
Rogen’s cameo in the third season of “Boys” is very awkward, casual and humorous, but first of all this is what his cameos in “Boys” serve. Rogen’s episodes in seasons 1 and 2 of “Boys” showed him playing himself, where he is heavily involved in the Vought cinematic universe. It would be especially funny if Rogen played himself again in season 3, of course, under an obscene nickname.
“Boys” continue to develop creatively due to the amount of blood, violence and utter debauchery in which the characters are involved. That’s why comedic moments work so well—they come out of nowhere and relieve the tension of a tense and often violent season. 3. The appearance of Seth Rogen in the third season of the series “Boys” is a long—awaited break from the emotionally heavy content on which the series often relies.