Broken Lizard is a true Hollywood oddity. Jay Chandrasekhar, Steve Lemme, Erik Stolhanske, Paul Soter, and Kevin Heffernan formed as a sketch comedy group at Colgate University in 1990. Five years later, they racked up a ton of debt while shooting their first feature film, 'Puddle Cruiser.' The gamble paid off ... seven years later when their second film 'Super Troopers' became a cult hit. Twenty years after forming, they don't hate each other. They have continued to work successfully as a group in a system that often tears friends apart.

For their newest film, 'The Slammin' Salmon', Heffernan decided to sit in the director's chair for the first time. While that seat is warmed by Chandrasekhar, the result is the same high-energy comedy Broken Lizard fans have come to expect -- and love. Fans will be amazed when Michael Clarke Duncan steals the whole film from these comedy veterans. We caught up with Heffernan at the City Crab in New York to talk about the film, the group's latest tour and their upcoming films.
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