Today, Caity and I finished the first draft of our pilot over the course of like 6 hours after working on it for a very long time. I feel really great about it. I love the universe we have created and can’t wait to keep writing.
Also, one of my favorite Daily Show writers EVER is letting me send him a bunch of questions I have about comedy and it is so exciting to me - first of all, because I think I’ll learn a lot, but secondly (and probably more importantly) it means he is a really good person, and the people making the work that I love the most are good people who care about helping people new to the industry that they love and have succeeded in.
I am very, VERY!!! lucky.
On the Royal Mile.
me in the background doing lingerie flyering for 50 shades. what is like the absolute MAXIMUM level of proud that a person’s parents can be?
it’s pretty insane that i get to do any of this cool stuff. very grateful.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Ana Gasteyer hung out backstage and to tell us how she learned to enjoy bombing in comedy!
I have wonderful, kind, supportive, forgiving, hilarious friends. I could think of a million more adjectives but those are in my mind especially this week. Goodnight from Scotland, foolz.
the good news is, we’re all going to be fine!!
this is #porn 4 me
I can’t wait to live in NYC for good. I was just looking at the UCB schedule and wishing that I could watch shows every night and be back in classes and improvising again in a city that inspires me and terrifies me sometimes but overall makes me feel more alive than anywhere else. I’m lucky to know that so that I can work towards getting back right after college. What a perfect place.
what a lucky lady I am.
I get to live my actual dream at this internship in a city that makes me feel like I’ve finally found the right place for me. I’m taking improv classes and I’ve made wonderful new friends. I get to see the people I love here all the time. I watch shows constantly, and I love the people I live with and the area we live in. I am inspired, I am energized, I’m HAPPY. My friends back home make me excited to come back even though I know how hard it will be to leave.
I think about my 8th Floor family constantly - they have part of my heart all the time. My real family supports me in ways they didn’t support me before, which is exciting. I’m really eager for the future, but I’m so happy that right now I can live in the present. For the first time I am not constantly planning, I’m just enjoying all of the wonderful gifts I get to experience constantly. I love my life!