In our recent feature, we look at how 'Nathan for You' star Nathan Fielder took his teenage social dysfunction and turned it into a show unlike anything else on TV. On the show, he "helps" mom-and-pop shops with schemes that can border on offensive. "There's only about a 10 percent difference between the Nathan on the show and real-life Nathan," says the show's co-creator Michael Koman. "The character is just an amplified version of him." Read the full story at RollingStone.com. Photo by @leannmueller1.