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10/28/2014 04:38 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Matthew McConaughey's Lincoln Ads Have Nothing On Rust Cohle For The Subway

New Yorkers are painfully aware of the struggles that take place underground: the jam-packed subway cars, the sporadic construction, the mysterious "train traffic" causing delays. For anyone who's never experienced this special kind of hell, here's a pretty accurate look at the NYC tubes through the eyes of Matthew McConaughey's "True Detective" character.

In a new video by Brooklyn's Worst Sketch Comedy, impressionist Corey Scott Rutledge presents a spot-on parody of Rust Cohle's brooding monotone, spouting pessimism any Big Apple straphanger can relate to.

"It doesn't matter where you been or how you got here. We're all delayed because of train traffic -- whatever the hell that is, anyway."

Yes, time is a flat circle, aboard the New York subway.

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