(Neptune) Garfunkel and Oates are the comedy-folk duo Kate and Riki, named after the two great "second bananas" of music, John Oates and Art Garfunkel. The ladies met at the Upright Citizens Brigade in LA and wrote a bunch of songs to address hard-hitting topics like weed cards, pregnant women being smug, and "God's Loophole," the practice of Christian girls having anal sex to preserve their virginity because it's not specifically forbidden in the Bible ("Well, there's a loophole in the scripture that works really well/So I can get him off without going to hell/It's my hail Mary full of grace/In Jesus's name/We go to fifth base"). They became famous from their hilarious YouTube videos, and now the IFC network just announced that they're going to produce a show with 10 half-hour episodes that will premiere in 2014.