SPOILERS: Carrie Brownstein & Fred Armisen Premiere Season 2 Of 'Portlandia'
If you can't get enough of Toni and Candice, the feminist bookstore owners, then tonight is your night. Season two of Portlandia, starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, premieres Friday on IFC, kicking off a season that will see the return of favorite characters as well as some brand new hipster-skewering sketches — all set in The City of Roses.
But both Armisen and Brownstein have said that while Portland is sort of like the main character of the show, it's a fictional Portland — one they're happy to celebrate as much as poke fun at. "The city does function as a character, although not in terms of realism,” Brownstein told Wired.com. “Instead of catering to the average or middle-of-the-road, Portland caters to the exemplary and the different. If you don’t have a special need, you’re not special.”
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