As reported by Variety, Fox Television Stations—a group that mostly consists of a bunch of local affiliates and the MyNetworkTV channel—has signed a deal to air reruns of Comedy Central’s Tosh.0. This fall, people in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, Charlotte, and Washington, D.C. will be treated to Daniel Tosh’s thrilling exploration into what YouTube would be like if some asshole were making jokes before and after every video.

Variety also notes that one of Tosh.0’s selling points is that it’s “particularly a draw with young men,” so, finally, young men will get a TV show that’s catered specifically to them. “We want Tosh!” they chant in their college dorms, their video game stores, and their Mountain Dew-filled dungeons. As for people who don’t live in those cities listed above, they could just go on YouTube themselves. It’s not that hard to find videos of people falling down. Here’s one. Just picture a guy in a cardigan saying something like “Boy, I bet that hurt!” and you’ll get the gist of it.

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