Monthly Archives: March 2015

Monkey See, Monkey Do — Ape the Greats to Build Your Skills

REDDIT INSPIRATION I recently saw a reddit post that really struck me. The user had talked about some of his issues in structuring screenplays, and he had a surprisingly simple yet surprisingly brilliant idea. He went through the Terminator script, … Continue reading

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Class is Back at Community

ATTENTION GREENDALE My favorite sitcom is back in force for a digitally distributed (and eleventh-hour resurrected) sixth season. That’s right, Community is back on the airwaves. Or fiberoptic cables, I suppose. Now released weekly on Yahoo! Screen, Community’s newest season … Continue reading

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AMATEUR THEORY – Comedy is Synonyms

THE THEORY Alright, so comedy is more than just wordplay. In fact, my other amateur formulation of the hahas is that comedy is insight phrased in unexpected ways. But that’s a postulate for a different post, ya dig? Today I … Continue reading

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Momentous Momentum — Keep the System Running

A LONG BREAK It’s currently the middle of my Spring Break, and besides a killer sunburn on my shoulders I’ve also acquired a bit of self-knowledge: that routine is a super important part of my creative process, and neglecting it … Continue reading

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Pulling Back the Silver Screen – A Breakdown of the Best Podcast I Just Found Out About

Well folks, sometimes you write a whole blog post about the best podcasts for aspiring comedy writers, then the universe goes along and shows you how wrong you are. Since I last wrote about the five podcasts that’ll make you … Continue reading

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