Posted on Meeker Ave. #SaenzSigns
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More SNL hiring news: Natasha Rothwell, Streeter Seidell, and Jeremy Beiler Join SNL’s Writing Staff
This is great!
Click through and watch “Flight Attendant Safety Instructions,” possibly the funniest sketch I ever saw on Maude Night.
1. Hell yeah Natasha! Well deserved!
2. Welp, now I know why Streeter canceled his London gigs.
Well this is great news!
FUN FACT FOR COMEDY NERDS: In 2006, the first improv class* I TA’d at Washington Improv Theatre was taught by Natasha, AND ALSO Aparna Nancherla was in that class.
*The focus of the class was on how to make awesome news for other people about yourself.
This is great news! Congrats to all!
The BEST news. Congrats Natasha!’
Saw this live. His opening was enough to make me a believer (again).
(Source: itsdoctorreid, via mattmattmayer)
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CollegeHumor is LIVE in Los Angeles, August 5th! Come see Pat Cassels & Adam Conover host some of the best stand-up and sketch comedy in the LA area. These tickets go fast so get them sooner rather than later.
More info here.
With Eliot Glazer, Pat Regan, Onassis Sketch & Mike Trapp!
Get your tickets now. This show is in 2 days.
Go see Onassis LA people. The best sketch friends I ever had.
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Sex Tape in theaters July 18
He shouldn’t be wearing pants either.
Jason already showed his dick in a movie. Let that ass out!
Success at writing rarely adds up to anything you can touch. You either write because you enjoy writing or (more commonly) you like how it feels to have written something. These are merely things you do with yourself. Even if, by some miracle, you become Jennifer Egan overnight, you still have to face the same question: Do I want to practice my craft today or not? Can I find meaning here? Does it feel good to do this, even when I fall short? Can I accept that I will usually fall short, that it takes a ton of work to gently massage a bad thing until it becomes a good one?
Because even though you might think you don’t want to work hard at anything, I think you’re wrong. You worked very, very hard to get here. Clearly, you enjoy hard work a lot.
Go watch that documentary about Jerry Seinfeld returning to stand-up comedy after making something like eight hundred million dollars from his sitcom. Because in the end, even for a megarich megastar, it’s all about craft. And WHAT is harder than trying to make a joke funny enough to make a room full of people—PEOPLE SKEPTICAL ABOUT MILLIONAIRES—laugh? Why would Seinfeld try to do something THAT DIFFICULT, that embarrassing and possibly catastrophic? Because the alternative was to retreat to Neverland and hire a doctor with a fondness for propofol.
If you’re not dodging chemical bombs or walking five miles through the desert heat to find potable water, you have to wake up and shut off your bad brain and work. When your work is done, you have to figure out how to shut off your bad brain and relax. You have to recognize and accept, in your bones, that accomplishing everything you’ve ever dreamed of (like Seinfeld) feels a little bit like never having accomplished anything. You will still have to inject meaning into your life every day, somehow, some way. — This week’s Ask Polly is really very good. (via leilacohanmiccio)