Ricky Gervais and Russell Crowe Get Wasted, Live Tweet Epic Night Out

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With the major networks descending on New York City this week in order to announce their upcoming lineups - peruse the 2014-2015 NBC schedule and Fox schedule now - we just have one question:

Is it too late for Ricky Gervais and Russell Crowe to headline their very own series?

The comedian and the actor very much enjoyed a nigh of drinking together in Newcastle, England last night, chronicling the evening out in a series of hilarious Tweets.

Ricky Gervais and Russell Crowe

"Who am I getting drunk with at the moment?" Gervais wrote along with a photo of the stars looking a tad disheveled at a restaurant.

Crowe replied to the message with: "@rickygervais Roger Moore?"

As the night wore on, more and more alcohol was consumed - and more and more messages written.

"I honestly haven't been this drunk for ages. @russellcrowe is a [bleep] terrible influence. Not just on me, but on the world," Gervais Tweeted (and later deleted).

There was an important lesson to be learned from the night of debauchery, however.

"@JaneFallon & I feel a bit hungover this morning. And it's all Noah's fault :)," Gervais typed, adding: "Amazing over indulgent night with the stealth artist @russellcrowe. We have to be brothers in a weird movie one day."

Seriously, wouldn't watch that?!?

"Heh heh, funny how a little bit of fun on twitter can get a frenzy going. I'm having a great day, hope you are too," Crowe Tweeted this morning.


I am so sad for Russell Crowe and feel embarrassed for him. He is a dignified man when sober but I have lost respect for him. I am sad for his children they will find out what he is as they grow older but his example might not be a good influence for them. Russell grew up in bars. It is very sad. I see him going downhill really fast. Even with all his money he is not happy just a drunk and womanizer. No wonder his wife left him. I bought her CD and she seems like she suffered a lot by the songs she wrote. I would bet my right arm White Monkey was written with Crowe in mind. I feel he will die soon from a heart attack or stroke. He should go home and get his act together.



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