Ever since our birth back in 2005, Trophy Wife has been a part of Harold Night at iOWest. For 8 years, we performed weekly on the Main Stage, first on Tuesdays at 11pm (ugh), then Wednesdays at 9, and finally Tuesdays at 9. And we had a blast the entire time, performing alongside other legendary teams such as DHT, USS Rock N' Roll, and most recently The Cartel.
But now it's finally time for us to graduate from Harold Night. To kick off the proverbial training wheels and totter down the road on our own. That's why we're moving to Thursday nights at 10pm. Our new monthly slot gives us more time (40 min!) to stretch out and explore. New forms. New night. New time. We're excited as hell.
For our first show, we've teamed with The Reckoning - the LA incarnation of the legendary iO Chicago Harold Team. Not only do we share similar paths, but we also share ex-Wife Eric Hunicutt - and plan to fight over him backstage.
So join us this Thursday at 10pm as we pry ourselves away from the bosom of Harold Night for the first time. There'll be tears, laughs, and beers (mostly laughs and beers).
This week, we’re joined by special Guest Wives Seamus McCarthy and Brandon Sornberger for this great show – based on the suggestion musicbox. Check it out:
Congrats to our ex-Wife Opus Moreschi for his Primetime Emmy win last Sunday night. Opus and his crew at The Colbert Report won both Outstanding Variety Series and Outstanding Writing in a Variety Series, breaking The Daily Show’s stranglehold on both categories.
Opus left us a few years ago to write for Colbert and quickly rose to the rank of Head Writer after running Colbert’s SuperPAC during the 2012 election. Needless to say we’re super proud of him and can’t wait to see what he does next.
Kevin Dorff has shared the stage with Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch, Scott Adsit, and countless other improvisers we all look up to. This week, we’re lucky enough to share the stage with him. Check it out:
Dr. Seamus McCarthy joins us again for this week’s joyful show – inspired by the suggestion frenetic jubilation. Be sure to stick around to see Mike Coen‘s Liberace-esque character at the end.
Seamus McCarthy joins us again for this week’s excellent show – based on the suggestion Psycho. We had a lot of fun with this show and hope you guys enjoy it too.
We’ve always known our Jill Alexander has some pretty sweet dance moves, but check her out in this commercial for Kohl’s:
NICE, right? Let’s look at them again. It all starts with a simple head nod as she starts to feel the groove:
Then ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE.
Get it, gurl.
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