Louis C.K. Is Creating a Multicam Sitcom for CBS |... →
Louis C.K. and former Seinfeld writer—late night host Spike Feresten are creating a half-hour sitcom for CBS. The two men, who worked together on both Saturday Night Live and the Dana Carvey Show, have written a multi-camera comedy which will revolve around a group of creative twentysomethings trying to make it in a difficult economy.
The Comedy Studio
I’m doing a set at The Comedy Studio in Cambridge tonight. That’s all.
Don’t you hate when you’re in bed falling asleep and your brain decides to keep thinking about stuff, you come up with a joke for stand up but you’re immobilized and can’t write it down but you convince your sleepy self that you’ll remember, only to wake up and completely forget and hate yourself from then on?
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necromanticcomedy asked: I disagree with people telling you not to complain about cliques. Sometimes if you call people (groups) out on BS, things can change. If one comic read this and said, "Hey, maybe we should be more inviting" than it's worth it. The lesson: everyone be nice.
Anonymous asked: people group. it happens in every community everywhere. comedy is no different. stop complaining about impenetrable cliques and just be a good person doing good comedy. be good at both, and you will make friends.
Hi guys. I’m going to write about my dislike for comedy cliques now. I go into Boston to do shows fairly often. Typical comedy scenes in any city will have cliques of similarly-skilled comedians. I’m complaining about them because even though the comedy game is mostly about your own progress, one of the major roadblocks can be exclusive cliques. It’s either that, or I’m...