An extra on the Criterion edition of The Royal Tenenbaums (which I received from my parents for Christmas) is an episode of “The Peter Bradley Show,” which is essentially a parody of “The Charlie Rose Show.” It is absolutely hysterical. The show is structured exactly like “Charlie Rose.” The host, however, apparently booked several actors from Wes Anderson films who played extremely small roles (including Sanjay Matthew, who was the tennis player who beat Richie during his meltdown match, and Brian Tenenbaum, who played the EMT driver who took the broken-boned priest away from the wedding). The interviews go badly after Peter Bradley realizes he’s interviewing extras. He tries to salvage things by asking about the actors’ day jobs (e.g. steel salesman, payroll manager at Dean & DeLuca, Vegas performer) and what it was like to interact with Tenenbaum‘s actual stars. Deadpan comedy, to be sure. But no one ever broke character, and the result is pure gold.