Check out this commercial for a Polish bank featuring our very own Jill Alexander. Having taken a semester of Conversational Polish, I can tell you this commercial is both hilarious and effective. I just opened an account with them for my mad zloty.
Comic Natasha Leggero tweeted one of my favorite quotes about comedy: “Standup comics did not get enough love from at least one parent. Funny people who were thoroughly loved by their parents become improvisers.”
It’s true. Because improv is group work you can’t “need” all the time – you have to give and you have to trust and you have to share. Stand-up is deliciously solo – you take all the risks and then (if there are any) you reap all the rewards.
I tried my hand and this is a slice of my first stand-up set. I had a blast. And I plan to continue. Enjoy!
All of Trophy Wife (from the red-haired lady who isn’t really Irish… to the fellow with the Anglo surname who is Irish… to the guy with the Jewish surname who is wicked Irish… to the gal with the Irish surname who’s Jewish… ) wishes all of you a Happy and Multi-Cultural Saint Patrick’s Day.
And, while you’re at it, have a happy Evacuation Day!
In last week’s show, our very own Jill Alexander played one of those costume-wearing sidewalk sign-flippers. Some people asked what she was listening to in her iPod. Now we know.
I don’t just love dogs. I love to eat with dogs. A little later, I’m gonna eat this dog.
I love doing commercials for farms. Last year it was Foster Farms. This year, Hillshire Farm. Check out my signature “who farted” face. Mine is a glamorous life, folks! Enjoy!
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