One day, Hart decided to make a cooking show and get drunk while doing it. “My Drunk Kitchen” was received much critical acclaim from aspiring alcoholics everywhere. For this she is very proud.
While you may not learn any recipes, you may pick up some new catch phrases, such as “Butter yo shit.”
Really people are just looking for ways to transport cheese into their mouth. All food that involved cheese is just an excuse to eat cheese. That’s life. You know how that’s like life? Because… We think we’re going after something, but really we’re just hiding from ourselves the thing we actually want… And that is to… just… bite into the cheese…I don’t think you realise how much cheese I just put into my mouth.
I’ve been listening to the radio before bed and I stumbled upon The Story.
Our goal is to find people whose lives are intersecting with significant issues in the news and give them the opportunity to tell their story.
At a time when “celebrity rules” and the only “ordinary” people we see are faces in the crowd, The Story reminds listeners that their stories and their lives matter. We believe that by creating a space for first person stories we are choosing not to accept a pollster’s version of our thoughts and attitudes.
We’ve learned that hearing directly from people about their experiences can transform our understanding of what’s happening in the world.
The first included an interview with Eli Saslow, a reporter who followed President Obama for a year and read some of the letters the President received. Also, they interviewed a pilot for Operation Migration, an effort to save the whooping crane by using a plane to guide the birds south for the winter.
OMG. SO excited. Not only do I love Julia Louis-Dreyfus, but I love the director of this new series, Armando Iannucci.
In “Veep,” Louis-Dreyfus plays former Senator Selina Meyer, the new vice president of the United States. Her character quickly learns the job isn’t exactly what she thought it would be.
The show also stars Sufe Bradshaw (“Overnight”), Anna Chlumsky (“My Girl”), Tony Hale (“Arrested Development”), Reid Scott (“My Boys”), Tim Simons (“Days Together”) and Matt Walsh (“Outsourced”).
Iannucci was the co-writer and director of In the Loop, one of my favorite films and a great piece of political satire, and he wrote and directed The Thick of It, a fantastic tv show satirizing British politics.
Jacobson and Glazer are slated to write and star in the half-hour comedy, which will center around a pair of twentysomething best friends making their way in New York City. The two are alumnae of the venerable Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York, co-founded by Poehler. Poehler (among other famous comedic faces) popped up in the web show’s epic season finale a few months ago.
Eliot Glazer also has a webseries. It’s called It Gets Betterish:
That song Brent is singing is one of Enya’s greatest hits 🙂
Also, it features prominently in the climax of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Also, (full disclosure) I have this CD.