So glad my friends and I decided to stay home and sell our tickets last night … NOT!
K: Everyone in this Japanese business hates me!
M: Then maybe you should ask Santa for a new Japanese business.
K: I don’t want another Japanese business. I don’t want any Japanese business. Japanese businesses suck!
M: Just stay up there. I don’t want to see you again for the rest of the night.
K: I don’t want to see you again for the rest of my whole life. And I don’t want to see any of my Japanese employees either.
M: I hope you don’t mean that. You’d feel pretty sad if you woke up tomorrow morning and you didn’t have a Japanese business.
K: No I wouldn’t.
M: Then say it again. Maybe it’ll happen.
K: I hope that I never see any Japanese business stuff again!
This was perfect in Her. Probably my favorite part of the movie.
Don’t say we never got you anything for the holidays. Check out the first episode of Broad City on the link above on comedycentral.com!
Ever wished you could say you watched Breaking Bad before everyone else?
Well now you can say you watched Broad City before everyone else.
This show is THE SHIT.
Monday reblog - Watch This!
Hey, it’s still 2013 and you can already see the First Great Thing Of 2014!
Click the link above and watch it NOW!
Seriously. This shit is GREAT. So excited for this show. Abbi and Ilana should be proud of this solid and hilarious pilot. Can’t wait to see more!
The Lindsay and Tobias characters in my favorite Telemundo series.
Happy Thanksgiving, Ric Flair! Wooo!
These are really cool, especially the interactive ones! Early favorite: Listen to Wikipedia, which is a visualization and sonification of live changes on Wikipedia.
"Abraham Lincoln becomes an Assistant Manager at Hot Topic"
(by Avery Monsen)
lincoln’s arms are not his arms. the hat is pulled off by wire. insane and great.
I feel like Avery is very close to creating a Vine so good, it’ll break the system.
Thanks to Dave Bluvband for reminding me this exists.
Here’s the official trailer for A New McDonald’s, a feature length movie that was entirely written, shot, edited, scored, and screened in one day.
I got to act in this ridiculousness (you can see me being super dramatic a couple times in this trailer) and it was one of the most fun things I’ve ever been a part of. The whole thing is hilarious, absurd, and also weirdly inspiring. Go here to learn more about the whole project.
Can’t wait for this thing to be unleashed on the world!
Hi friends, this is the trailer for an insane project that could’ve failed so easily because it had so many moving parts and so little time. I’m glad I was part of it. It fulfills the ultimate desire of this community: To make what we love with friends… so many friends!
Anyone who was at the premiere knows how electric it felt, when the cram guys announced the movie was ready, a few minutes before the deadline (midnight) everyone cheered of true happiness and the smiles did not stop flowing until past 5am at McManus.
Having about 70 different hilarious comedians play the same four-ish characters was incredible because the choices were all hilarious proving THERE ARE NOT WRONG CHOICES! Just bringing your funny is all we needed all along.
Here’s the trailer for “A New McDonald’s.” Check it out, pass it on! More info at http://www.sketchcram.com/moviecram.
I was lucky enough to act in this movie and it was one of the coolest, most creative, most joyful projects I have ever been a part of at UCB. Watch the trailer for it and then tell people about it. It’s awesome.
This was easily one of the most fun shows I’ve ever been a part of at UCB.
Tom Levin directed our scene, and he shot the “I’m lovin’ it” exchange between Carl and me in one take. I kept whining to him that we didn’t get it and we need to do it again. But I’m glad he didn’t listen to me.
Can’t wait to see this whole thing.
This was really, really fun to do, and I’m excited for more people to see it!