Praying Mantis Woman | Kingpin Katie [Full Episode]


Praying Mantis Woman | Kingpin Katie [Full Episode]

[DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING] – One last time. [SNORTING] [THEME MUSIC] [DANCE MUSIC PLAYING] – Katie? – I’m a mother [MUTED] god! [HIGH-PITCHED RINGING] Hello everyone. My name is Katie Marovitch,
and I have a cocaine problem. – Yeah, obviously. Can we get back to
the pitch meeting? – Wait, you guys
knew about this? – Yes. – Yeah. – That’s, like,
your thing, right? Like, you’re
neurotic and paranoid and you do a ton of cocaine. – And you have
lupus and insomnia, and don’t have
any close friends. – People typically
like you at first, and then they get to know
you, and they don’t much care for your personality. – OK. OK, I get it. Anyway, last night I was
completely out of control. – Yeah, again, Katie, we know. We were there. You ruined the company party. – Shut up, you [MUTED] idiots! I am trying to apologize here! – She is also temperamental. – You are so right. That’s actually– – I was actually
going to say that. – OK, fine. Can I just continue? Thanks. [CLEARING THROAT] I
started doing coke so I’d be more fun at parties. It became a part of my identity. Katie and cocaine
became entwined. It’s all anyone on our YouTube
channel would comment about. However, I don’t like the
monster it turns me into. I lose control of my
actions and I hurt others– – Katie, you’ve said all
this before, and then just gone right back
to doing cocaine again. – I bet you have coke
on you right now. – No! – Come on. – Fine, yes! But I’m going to get rid of it. God, I’m just– I’m trying
to earn your respect. – Hey, sorry I’m late. The other meeting ran long. – Oh, what’s going on, Trapp? Is there something
I can help with? I mean, just say the word. – No, you’re fine. – Oh. – So, listen, the higher ups
have been really breathing down my neck. And they’re going to be making
some changes around here. To begin with, we’re
going to be renting out half our floor to that douche
bag Sparks dating app company. – Yeah, I think
they just got here. – We’re having poke bowls
for free lunch today. – Again? It’s crazy how they make
something free feel like work. – I know. – Oh, my god. They’re so much more
attractive than us. – Speak for yourself. – No, they are. – There’s hot and
then there’s cool hot. And they’re just hot. – Ally, all of us
are 6s at best. – I can think of someone hotter. – So this is going to get
in the way of our shooting, but it shouldn’t affect us too
much if we manage it right. Second, we need to start
appealing to advertisers more. So no more swearing in sketches. [COLLECTIVE GROAN] No, OK? I’m sorry. It’s just how it has to be. No more swearing. No more explicit sexual content. – That feels like
it’s directed at me. – It is. And this is directed at Katie– no more drug use in our videos. – That won’t be
a problem for me, because I don’t do
cocaine anymore. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have
some cocaine to get rid of. – What? No, Katie, you can’t do that
in the middle of the work day. [MUSIC PLAYING] – Samson! How’s my favorite coke dealer? – Shh! Don’t call me that! – (WHISPERING) Sorry, sorry. Hey, buddy. – What are you doing? Get off of me. – Sorry. Sorry. Did you get my friend request? – No. – What weekend are
you free for Big Bear? I’m planning that
birthday thing. – I’m not– I’m not free. – You’re not free. – No. – Oh! I wanted to tell you, there’s
actually a unit opening in my apartment building. So it might be, like,
a fun chance for us to live closer and carpool. – Katie. Katie, listen to me, OK? We’re not friends. This is the weirdest
dealer-user relationship that I’ve ever had. Look, can we just handle
this quickly, please? – Yeah. – Like, how much do you want? – How much do I want. Oh, of cocaine? – Use the code word. Pokemon. – Pokemon. Pokemon. Well, anyway, I’m not
making a purchase. I’m here to do a return. – What the [MUTED]? What are you, crazy? You can’t return drugs. – Yes, I can. – No. – Yes, I absolutely can. I have a receipt. – You wrote that. – This happened. – Look, are you going
to buy more or no? – No, I don’t want to buy more. – OK, then, we have
nothing to talk about. – Come on! What am I going to do
with $5,000 worth of coke? – I don’t know. That’s not my problem. – You are being so incredibly
unreasonable right now. And I hate having
to do this, but I’m going to need to
speak to your manager. – Screamin’ Eddie? You want to talk
to Screamin’ Eddie? – Yes, I do. – OK, well, good luck with that. I gotta get out of here. – Hey, Samson,
where are you going? Samson, do you want
to hang out later? I have to go back to work now,
but we can hang out later. Samson, how dare you
walk away from me? It’s OK. I forgive you! We’ve had fun together. But we both know we
need to end things. [FOOTSTEPS] – Ew. Why are you sitting
on the floor? – Hey, get out of here! – Wait. Are you flushing coke
down the office toilet? – This is a private stall. What if I was naked? – Oh, my god. She is. Is it laced with
laundry detergent? I hate that. I am not a [MUTED] shirt. – Are you kidding me? This is the creme de la coke. I love snorking this shiz. This is my favorite
shiz to snork. – Why are you talking like that? – I don’t know,
but I’m clean now. – Well, we’re not. Gimme. Mm, this is incredible. Don’t flush this. – What am I going to do with it? Because I’m not
going to snort it. – Well, we’ll take some. – Yeah. And this is Los Angeles, you
could probably sell the rest. – Well, technically,
it’s West Hollywood, which is its own city. It was incorporated in 1984. – Well, technically, it
is Los Angeles County, so nothing I said was
factually inaccurate. But I, too, am fascinated
by the municipality divides across the county. – OK, that’s
technically true, but– – OK! OK. Where can I sell this? – Ooh, I have seen drugs
passed around Club Devotion. You should try there. – Give me some of that. – Go, go, go. – Cheers. Anyway– [HOUSE MUSIC PLAYING] – ID? – Yes. – All right. Go ahead in. – You don’t need
to check my bag? – No, I can tell you’re
not up to anything. – Excuse me? What does that even mean? Just because I’m some skinny,
unassuming white girl, I can’t be up to anything? This is a massive bag! Who brings a massive
bag to a club? I could have anything in here. – You’re right. I should check your bag. – No, don’t check my bag! [HOUSE MUSIC PLAYING] It’s pretty tame in
here for a Tuesday. Last week was wild. Do you like dancing? – Mm-hmm. – Yeah, me too. – What about music? You good with music? – Yeah, yes, I love it. – Yeah, cool. Cool. Me too. (SINGING) Do you want
to buy cocaine from me? – Oh. – Yeah. – Oh, are you trying
to sell me coke? – I am. – Oh, [MUTED] yeah. – Oh, wonderful. – You guys, she’s
selling cocaine. Thank god. – Yes, yes. – Hey, Charlie,
how you doing, man? – Hey, Joey. – Good to see you. How you doing? – All right. – Hey, you owe me. Come on, where you at? – I like it to look
cute and not so druggy. – Ay, what a great idea. And it’s such a
cute, personal touch. – Thank you. – This place is jumping. How you doing, baby? – Hi, handsome, how are you? – Vodka on the rocks, please. Hey, how you doing? All right. Hey! Jason Alexander, what’s up, man? What you need? – Oh, I’m good, actually. My girlfriend got us stuff. – Oh, yeah? – Yeah. [MUSIC – CURIO, “TEN
FEET (DAXTEN REMIX)”] – I love that you come to me. – And we don’t have to deal with
some creepy, aggressive guy. – [MUTED] Why won’t these
[MUTED] buy from me? – I really love buying
from you, like, truly. I don’t even normally buy drugs,
but you, like, make it so fun. – Oh, thank you. I’m making so many new friends! [CHEERING] [MUSIC – CURIO, “TEN
FEET” (DAXTEN REMIX)”] Can’t take my crown. Can’t take my crown. – Screamin’ Eddie? We got a problem. – Have you tried meditation? You seem very stressed out. – Yeah, but that’s not
going to help, boss. [INHALING DEEPLY] – I always thought it was
strange that his name is Screamin’ Eddie when
he’s so soft spoken. – Yeah, it’s an ironic nickname. – Yeah, but it’s
not ironic, because underneath that pleasant
exterior lies a real sociopath, you know? He screams with actions. – So it’s an ironic,
ironic nickname. – So it’s not ironic at all? Wait. – Wow. – Gentlemen! No side conversations please. – Yeah, that was him. – OK, Joey, let’s get to it. – Well, I was at my
usual spot last night, only something’s a
little different, because nobody’s buying. At least not from me. – Another dealer on our turf? Could it have been the Romanos? – That’s what I thought. Then I saw a bunch of
powder princesses coming out of the ladies room,
so I peeked in. There’s a woman
dealing in there. – A lady dealer? No [MUTED] – Language, Carlo. – Sorry. – I don’t know no woman
working for the Romanos. I think it’s somebody
else, somebody new. – Well, Joey, did
you confront her? – No. I’m a guy. I can’t go in the ladies room. That ain’t right. – Yeah. – What do you think
goes on in there? – You can’t just go
in the ladies room. I tried once. – Did you at least get
a good look at her? – It was quick, so I
don’t remember much. But she appeared
to be in her 20s, tall-ish, very Slavic looking. Really long features,
but on a tiny, tiny head. Kind of like a
praying mantis woman. Blonde hair about up to here. Seemed like maybe
she had lupus or some other autoimmune disease. – Oh, my sister’s got lupus. She got to be
careful in the sun. – I’ll never forget her voice. The most bizarre
accent I ever heard. American, for sure,
but all proper, like Frasier or like
a 1930s movie star. And way too much
diction, like she’s speaking at someone
who’s hard of hearing. – Sounds awful. – If I had to guess, I bet she’s
pretty neurotic and paranoid. – Probably suffers
from insomnia. – Joey, I want to thank you for
bringing this to my attention. Now, I’d like you
to go and find her. – I’ll do it. – Why such enthusiasm, Samson? – I just hate when people
are stepping on our turf, you know what I mean? – Wonderful. Well, why don’t you all
go and look for her? And please don’t stop
until you find her. I would like you to bring
me her head, and her arms, and her toes, and
the rest of her body. They should all be attached. Was that unclear? [CHUCKLING] I do want her alive. – I’m so alive! And I’m ready to get working. I am going to go the extra mile. I’m going to grease
my little elbows. I’m going to grind
my nose stone. – Is that a coke thing? You back on coke already? – Shut up. I told you I was getting
rid of it yesterday. – Katie, have you finished
that rewrite on the Splish soda sketch? The last thing I saw just said,
“Splish Splish, bish” and then “Katie flosses for two minutes.” That’s not a sketch. – Um, so I was really busy
yesterday and I didn’t do it. But I’m going to
work on it today. – Katie, I don’t have
time for your excuses, OK? Can you– can you get
it to me by Thursday? – Yeah. – We can always film my sketch,
Little Shop of [MUTED] Eaters. – No, guys. OK, we talked about this. No more sex, no more
swearing, no more drug stuff. OK? – Come on, Trapp. Paint me green and
give me that booty. – Stop saying that to me. – Anyway, I will get you
that rewrite no matter what. – Stop talking about
doing it and just do it! – You got it boss. I am going to sit down. And I am going to write. Nothing will make me leave. – (WHISPERING) Katie,
you have to leave now. – What? – I can’t leave. My boss will kill me. – OK, will he actually kill you? Because my boss will
definitely kill you. – What are you talking about? And why haven’t you accepted
my Facebook friend request yet? – I didn’t get it. – Really? That’s weird, because it
says it’s pending on my side. – Look did you deal
drugs last night? – No, of course not. I was just selling my supply
to make my money back. – God! Katie, that’s drug dealing. – No, it’s not. I would know if I
were drug dealing, OK? Drug dealers sell
drugs to make money. I was selling my
drugs for money. [MUTED] – You are in big trouble. Dangerous men are
looking for you, so we need to get out of here
now, before somebody else find you. What– what’s going on? Why are you smiling? – We’re friends. It sounds like a friend thing. – Oh, no, no, no,
no, no, no, no, no. We’re not friends. This is not a friendship thing. This is a, I don’t want your
death on my conscience thing. – That’s the thing
about friends. They don’t want
each other to die. – Katie. – Fine, I’m coming. I’m coming. – Katie, I’m sorry
I snapped at you. It’s just things aren’t
really going well right now and she’s gone. Great. – Well, I’m here if you want to
talk, if you want to get lunch, get a drink. [FRUSTRATED SIGH] Oh, paint me green and
give me that booty. – Hey, I gave you a
nickname, Samwich. – Don’t give me a
[MUTED] nickname, OK? Just say what I told you
to say and nothing else. – Who’s this? – Hi, I’m– – Shut up. Shut up. Uh, she’s with me. Screamin’ Eddie
wanted to see her. – Samson, what a
pleasant surprise. I found her. – Joey, can you confirm? – Yeah, that’s her all right. – You found her quick. – Yeah. Um, Joey’s description of her
was very accurate, actually. – Hm. – Turns out this whole thing
was just a big misunderstanding, right, Katie? – Yes. I’m so sorry, Mr. Screamin’. I did not mean to
step on your turf. It’s just– I was trying
to get rid of some cocaine that I no longer needed. – She didn’t even
know what she was doing, like totally clueless. – I had some understanding. I’m not a total idiot. – OK, shut up, Katie. The point is, clearly this
person is no drug dealer. Just look at her. – What does that mean? – Who would she
pose a threat to? No one, no one, no one would
consider this person a threat, especially not a big
drug dealer like you. – Excuse me. I did sell, like, $5,000 worth
of cocaine in one hour, so. – Which was a mistake,
like you said earlier. I mean, she couldn’t
do it again. She wouldn’t know how. Right, Katie? – No. – What do you mean, no? – Do you think you’re a
better drug dealer than I am? – What are you doing? – Because you are not. You’re always late. You’re so rude to me. You never want to hang out. I have people texting me left
and right, wanting more drugs. – Shut up. – I am 10 times the
drug dealer you are. Don’t tell me to shut up. [GUNSHOTS] [SPLASHING SOUND] – Say no more, Katie. You’re hired. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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100 thoughts on “Praying Mantis Woman | Kingpin Katie [Full Episode]”

  1. Jino Espera Burgos says:

    Did Grant become hotter?

  2. Jorge Fontenele says:

    I'm 99% sure this is Katie's real life, and they just got an intern tagging her with a GoPro

  3. Taylor Sheahan says:

    Holy shit this was actually amazing

  4. Alejandro Caceres says:

    Yo, this is so good that I’m going to subscribe to drop out to watch more. And Katie didn’t even pay me any of her drug money to say that!

  5. Marie Song says:

    Hi do you like to dance?
    Do you like the music?
    In a sing song voice do you wanna buy some cocaine?
    Oh thank god yes

  6. DaRoach5882 says:

    Wait why is the drug ring Black? Are you trying to profile drug dealers as Black?

  7. G33KB0YW0ND3R says:

    If I were Trapp I’d approve Raph’s sketch and give Jess the booty after painting her green

  8. The Magic Potato says:

    Was this demonetized?

  9. zaria Ironstand says:

    Katie looks like a minion in this

  10. Kathryn Najar says:

    This was really good! I want to set what happens next XD

  11. Poco Loco says:

    I dont watch collegeHumor clips so I guess I didnt get the jokes. It was almost funny but still in the end not watchable

  12. Natasha Thompson says:

    Dude Screaming Eddie would have made a BOMB lex luthor

  13. Adam Gomez says:

    14:31 damn if Trapp ever talked to me like that… he can like, get it 😩

  14. An awkward bunny says:


  15. skgate says:

    haha everytime i hit a line i yell IM ALIVE

  16. Lucas Wagner says:

    Podcast referances! Little shop of ass eaters.

  17. Bronze Player Shenanigans says:

    "they should all be attached. Was that not clear?"

  18. jayhitek says:

    I love coked out Katie.

  19. Fajar Anugraha says:

    Holy shit katie..

  20. Fajar Anugraha says:

    Holy shit katie..

  21. Sam Baz says:

    Katie is so freakin talented!

  22. chris wagner says:


  23. Katelinlmao 38 says:

    I love this fucking channel to death

  24. gottahavefaithe says:

    this is great. More full episode College Humors please!!!!

  25. mystery 478 says:

    Oh man this is what I'm missing? Now I gotta go join dropout.

  26. aparajita satish says:

    Wow, it's a nice episode, great work CH

  27. Awesome Rara says:

    Omg this was really good made me really wanna go to dropout shit

  28. Bunny Bro says:

    Dis be a comedy in general,but a legit nightmare for coke addicts

  29. Dylan Rothganger says:

    … begrudgingly pulls out my credit card…

  30. BunBun91 says:

    Would like to buy some Coke?
    Me: Yes I would love a refreshing drink! XD

  31. magpet13 says:

    Katie Marovich = Badass, Funny, and Beautiful!


  32. Nick Schafer says:

    Wow!!! That was real great. Good job Katie and the gang

  33. Katie Blu says:

    Its all right but i definitely wouldnt pay for a subscription to watch it

  34. That'sWhatSheSaid says:

    No joke, I would pay to watch this in theaters.

  35. Captain Doomsday says:

    Usually, I don't like on principle with that "silence censorship" thing, but this is pretty good stuff.

  36. A Person says:

    I love this so much

    Also my mom has that same style of purse

  37. Kevin Vu says:

    Ok I cant find this Sparx dating app.

  38. Sarah Ng says:


  39. Amelia Thompson says:

    Not to be a complete narc, but I wish they would number their episodes.

  40. liam o connor says:

    Wow, this is so good. I need a series about Trapp killing Patt. I wonder why Trapp was actually late at the start of the episode.

  41. Allison Kniech says:

    Trapp:"No more drugs"
    Katie:"I'm a drug dealer now" ; p

  42. Maui Randall says:

    Bad ass

  43. Mindjoker poatato n says:

    Is she actually addicted to coke I’m probably not idk😂

  44. Angry Kittens says:

    This is so sad. F

  45. David Pacheco says:

    Wait, "Little Shop of Asseaters" is a Jessica sketch isn't it? Why have Raph say that line when Jessica herself is standing right behind you guys? I am very confused by this, please clarify.

  46. Maddie SM says:

    That was awesomelol

  47. Hanson L says:

    Katie is one of those few in this world who can actually pull of awkward humour

  48. dopey diamond says:

    Is Raph there only black guy

  49. imthi ••• says:

    I need to talk with your Manager 🙂

  50. Ultimate Wassakocho says:

    It's never Lupus

  51. Ego Eimai says:

    OMG LUTHER FROM MY FAVORITE SHOW the b in apartment 23

  52. ZiMRA says:

    fianlly got a series nice

  53. Deja vu Linx says:

    Just a disclaimer, the manner in which some of the illegal substances have been portrayed may not be entirely accurate. Cocaine or an other narcotic that was featured in this episode has not been proven to be harmful to your health in any way. In fact its probobly good for you.

  54. ppjysn says:

    Was that missandei?

  55. Haley rose W says:

    I really expected this to be funnier

  56. Skinned, fried and cut up potatoes says:

    15:36 It’s true I don’t want my friends to die either

  57. Oscar Marsh says:

    Thats way more than 5gs

  58. Victoria H says:

    Love the Requiem for a Dream vibe with the cinematography!

  59. Doge The Meme says:

    i used to have a comment but i was too scared to have it exist any longer so i deleted it

  60. Just Awful At Everything says:

    Katie is like the living equivalent of r/choosingbeggars

  61. Teknos Citra Raya says:

    this is peak katie culture so annoying HAHA

  62. Wrzeszcz100 says:

    A series about drugs? Yeah, we can do that. Bad words? Mute them!

  63. Novia Utomo says:

    The make up in 1:04 is convincing

  64. K G says:


  65. Dan Q says:

    Kingpin Kate is tempting me to do some Microdropout

  66. Brianna Kaldor-Mair says:

    Screaming Eddie is already my favorite character

  67. Donnie Bell says:

    So you cut out the swear words but kept the drug use? Still age restricted…

  68. Erik Barber says:

    Damn could of at least kept Samson for a partner up later 😒

  69. pernus says:

    I love Katie

  70. Joshua White says:

    I love this 😂

  71. stoneonyx 429 says:

    Ally is cool hot 🥵

  72. Law jiawern says:

    This is good !

  73. Luz Rodriguez says:

    So cool

  74. J.H. Wildflower says:

    This is the only reason I'm subscribing to dropout. Holy shit!!

  75. Trent Rubenacker says:

    How to sell cocaine.
    Keep the party pumping while selling bags at a time.

  76. Lee Maliqui says:

    Well done

  77. Sheria Johnson says:

    This left me in tears like how how sam sung died and he was trying to save Katie I know this is fake but I am a cry baby

  78. Kezia Pandaan says:

    Katie just want friends

  79. Sam Stealar says:

    So she snorted cocaine to be more fun at parties,but what she really should've done is sell it

  80. Derick Wrede says:

    I Loved every second of this especially since my favorite college humor member Katie was the star!! Amazing work!

  81. John Doe says:

    Coke is ok

  82. K S says:

    Can you make the code word… PoKemON

  83. jeremiah stokes says:

    So funny

  84. Skeleton3713 says:

    Oop! Looks like I gotta hold onto my butt

  85. Connor Ure says:

    That was awesome!

  86. Elan Morin Tedronai says:


  87. Jane Thai says:

    This feels like a Wes Anderson movie

  88. melvin shermen says:

    The Female version of the breaking bad is best Female remake ever

  89. Jillianne Fanning says:

    Katie, are you okay?

  90. Ethan Parmet says:

    What is the music at 9:47?

  91. Grubsirrah Simon says:


  92. Bruna Reivax says:

    The scene where she is selling everyone the cocaine in the bathroom is unexpectedly wholesome

  93. Sebastian Orellana says:

    wow, that was actually really good. i thought it would be like 20 minutes of sketches, but WOW! that has a full-on plot!

  94. Loulydollx3 says:

    When will hbo pick up this

  95. 1800renzo says:

    WHAT?! I consider myself as a 6 at best and Grant only thinks of them of 6s? Then what am I really, a negative 1?!

  96. Courtney Badger says:

    She's making money but it also put her in a situation

  97. Amel Migaou says:

    why does it make me wanna snort so bad ?
    is it just me ? 😢😂😂😂😂

  98. Brandon Buenconsejo says:

    What's the song name playing at the club scene?

  99. Muhammad Talha says:

    Holy shit, what's that song @ 7:09?!?

  100. Tasnim Sadia says:

    Katie's eyes are fucking beautiful

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