Inspired by Adam McKay’s interview from Poking a Dead Frog: Conversations with Today’s Top Comedy Writers, excerpt via Splitsider.

Inspired by Adam McKay’s interview from Poking a Dead Frog: Conversations with Today’s Top Comedy Writers, excerpt via Splitsider.

“Don’t try to sneak in through the window. Just come boldly onto stage, like come right through the door with your choice. Kill the judge in your head and just take action.”  - Mick Napier

“Don’t try to sneak in through the window. Just come boldly onto stage, like come right through the door with your choice. Kill the judge in your head and just take action.”  - Mick Napier

I just found out the above products were ordered from my Society6 shop over the holidays! Thanks, whoever you are!

I just found out the above products were ordered from my Society6 shop over the holidays! Thanks, whoever you are!

"Trust and go. It’s all there—you belong here, you deserve this, you are funny enough, you are worthy enough all in one phrase: trust and go."
- Lennon Parham

"Trust and go. It’s all there—you belong here, you deserve this, you are funny enough, you are worthy enough all in one phrase: trust and go."

- Lennon Parham

Anonymous
asks:
Would love to see the Be good at being wrong post available in print.

You got it!  I’m bad at guessing which are the ones that people will want to own, so I appreciate the request!


Justifying is no good if it explains away the absurdity. You must justify things so they make sense to the character but are still funny to the audience. Why is the boxing trainer advocating to stop throwing punches while in the ring? Because he read about Gandhi and now believes non-violence can beat anything.

- Will Hines
[updated: now available as a print]

Justifying is no good if it explains away the absurdity. You must justify things so they make sense to the character but are still funny to the audience. Why is the boxing trainer advocating to stop throwing punches while in the ring? Because he read about Gandhi and now believes non-violence can beat anything.

- Will Hines

[updated: now available as a print]