From Game of Thrones to Looking (RIP) and Girls (or, Elijah In The City), HBO's programming is unbeatable. Then when you take into account movies like The Normal Heart and Behind The Candleabra, it's no wonder that so many want access solely to HBO and not all the other networks that come with a wider cable subscription. Hearing the demand, HBO has launched HBO NOW, which gives unlimited access to all HBO content, available to anyone with internet access. It's free for the first month, and then $14.99 per month after that. This monthly bill may seem daunting, but Andrew Rannells is here to help.
The monthly fee comes down to about 68 cents per workday, and Rannells knows a few tricks for getting that pay raise:
"Tell your boss to double your salary, and when she says no, go, 'Well, fine. Then just give me 68 cents more per day, whatever.'"
"If you're a woman or black, tell them you're not being paid fairly, because it's true."
Or, if those methods are a bit too bold, Rannells also has some advice for saving the extra money:
"Only go for drinks on a date, and only date rich people that will pay."
"Stop sending penis pictures to your friends in Paris, and then avoid the international charges."
Watch the video below to see what else Rannells would do to get HBO, and then share what you would do for that extra #68CentsADay: