New sketch! For anyone with a regrettable tattoo.

I'm sure you've gotten a lot of these, but I just LOVED Bojack Horseman. And the animation was wonderful. I hope you guys get another season!
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Thank you! We hope so too. If you don’t already, follow Lisa Hanawalt. She’s the lead character designer for the show. 

http://lisahanawalt.com/

Also go look up some of Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s (show creator) other work. ‘The Exquisite Corpse Project’ is awesome!

http://splitsider.com/projects/exquisite-corpse/

So BoJack Horseman launched on Netflix on Friday, and it’s been getting crazy positive reviews all over the place. I had a great time working on the show. I had the great pleasure of designing characters, including most of the hipster party lemurs you see in episode three. Go watch it!

So BoJack Horseman launched on Netflix on Friday, and it’s been getting crazy positive reviews all over the place. I had a great time working on the show. I had the great pleasure of designing characters, including most of the hipster party lemurs you see in episode three. Go watch it!

Had a fun afternoon hanging out, talking about the Simpsons, and listening to Mike Scully regale us with stories.

Had a fun afternoon hanging out, talking about the Simpsons, and listening to Mike Scully regale us with stories.

splitsider:

"Instead of just saying Okay, what’s the first thought that comes to my head — what’s the easiest stereotype I can make fun of? and then just going with that, thinking a little bit deeper and trying to understand the real motivations and attitudes and behaviors that make us human, and then looking at those things as the material you can focus the joke on — I think that’s where the best comedy comes from and that’s why people like Key and Peele are almost infallible. It’d be really tough to put together a legitimate case about them being lazy or insensitive comedians. They feel like humanists to me.”
- @midnight co-creator, writer, and executive producer Alex Blagg on Key and Peele's “Insult Comic” sketch

splitsider:

"Instead of just saying Okay, what’s the first thought that comes to my head — what’s the easiest stereotype I can make fun of? and then just going with that, thinking a little bit deeper and trying to understand the real motivations and attitudes and behaviors that make us human, and then looking at those things as the material you can focus the joke on — I think that’s where the best comedy comes from and that’s why people like Key and Peele are almost infallible. It’d be really tough to put together a legitimate case about them being lazy or insensitive comedians. They feel like humanists to me.”

@midnight co-creator, writer, and executive producer Alex Blagg on Key and Peele's “Insult Comic” sketch

My sister nominated me for the Ice Bucket Challenge. There is a drought in Los Angeles though.

jonahray:

So @roryscovel just crowd surfed at @meltdown_show

The past couple of days have been sorrowful for pretty much everyone on planet Earth. The passing of Robin Williams is still too surreal to even comprehend.
Pretty much everyone I’ve ever known is a fan of Robin Williams. Whether they simply enjoyed his films. Or they had Hook on a steady loop in their house like my sisters and I did. 
One ray of happiness that I’ve seen come out of this tragedy is stories from people whose lives were touched by him. Especially the stories I’ve seen from friends in the comedy community in Los Angeles. 
My interaction with Robin was small. But still left a profound mark on me.
I got to watch him perform a completely improvised set live on a show called Set List over a year or so ago. And he absolutely crushed. I mean full on demolished the room. 
After the show I was incredibly shy, but worked up some courage to introduce myself to him. He shook my hand like an excited governor running for re-election, asked me what I did, and talked to me for what felt like a grand eternity about comic books and nothing. And it was awesome. Before he left he pulled me in for a hug and we took this picture together, right before he made fun of my height.
I was lucky enough to talk to him a couple more times over the past year after that. and the best thing about talking with him was how attentive and incredibly kind hearted he was. Simply listening to him talk or even listen was a heart warming experience. He took the time to talk to you as one person to another. 
Every story I’ve heard or read from fellow comedians and friends is pretty much the same as this one when they talk about Robin. Which goes to show how much he loved people and loved making them laugh. He will always be larger than life. One last thing. If you suffer from depression, do not be afraid to talk to someone. Someone will listen. 

The past couple of days have been sorrowful for pretty much everyone on planet Earth. The passing of Robin Williams is still too surreal to even comprehend.

Pretty much everyone I’ve ever known is a fan of Robin Williams. Whether they simply enjoyed his films. Or they had Hook on a steady loop in their house like my sisters and I did. 

One ray of happiness that I’ve seen come out of this tragedy is stories from people whose lives were touched by him. Especially the stories I’ve seen from friends in the comedy community in Los Angeles.

My interaction with Robin was small. But still left a profound mark on me.

I got to watch him perform a completely improvised set live on a show called Set List over a year or so ago. And he absolutely crushed. I mean full on demolished the room. 

After the show I was incredibly shy, but worked up some courage to introduce myself to him. He shook my hand like an excited governor running for re-election, asked me what I did, and talked to me for what felt like a grand eternity about comic books and nothing. And it was awesome. Before he left he pulled me in for a hug and we took this picture together, right before he made fun of my height.

I was lucky enough to talk to him a couple more times over the past year after that. and the best thing about talking with him was how attentive and incredibly kind hearted he was. Simply listening to him talk or even listen was a heart warming experience. He took the time to talk to you as one person to another. 

Every story I’ve heard or read from fellow comedians and friends is pretty much the same as this one when they talk about Robin. Which goes to show how much he loved people and loved making them laugh. He will always be larger than life. 

One last thing. If you suffer from depression, do not be afraid to talk to someone. Someone will listen. 

New sketch. 

The lost footage from the fabled 1969 Chancellor Liquor commercial. Later labeled ‘liquid nerve toxin’ by the FDA.

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A lot of dudes on the Internet have been doing #FlowerBeards. I’m getting in on the ground floor of #FleurBeards. #HarryPotter #BeauxbatonsAcademy

A lot of dudes on the Internet have been doing #FlowerBeards. I’m getting in on the ground floor of #FleurBeards. #HarryPotter #BeauxbatonsAcademy

Coming soon from director Paul Von Flüster Haie.

Coming soon from director Paul Von Flüster Haie.