James Corden Is a Scary Office Clown in the "IT Department" Skit

The Pennywise-inspired character brings a friend along.

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James Corden is capitalizing on the popularity of the new film based on Stephen King’s It story. Dressed up like Pennywise the clown, the Late Late Show host becomes an “IT” department employee rather than the murderous villain we all know the character to be. The humorous clip shows an office worker having trouble with his computer and when he calls IT for help, it’s James Corden who appears rather than tech services.

Furthermore, the Corden clown shows us his funny antics as he does his best to scare the disgruntled worker. But when the office personnel’s computer still isn’t fixed, the clown eventually calls on another horror villain for help.

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