I love playing idiots. I love very weird, confused women.
I actually bedazzled when I was younger. I totally did that to my jeans.
You get more out of doing a web series than a pilot, in some ways, especially when we were interviewing for writers. They had already seen what our show looked like, rather than something that we wrote that doesn't get picked up and they never see it.
If somebody has a question, they only have to ask one of us because we share a brain. We seriously have never said something different than the other one.
I really learned how to improvise at the Groundlings.It's something I've always loved to do. For some reason it feels more honest at times.
I always knew I wanted to do comedy. I like making people laugh. I started out young just making my family laugh and trying to make kids laugh in school and getting into plays. I think it's the only thing I know how to do so hopefully it works out.
It's exciting to do something you're writing. And it's also a lot easier to memorize because you wrote it.
I think everybody has a point where they're not going to cross that line. There were a couple of things with Comedy Central that we had to fight for. They were pretty cool about everything. I don't think there was anything we really fought for that didn't happen.
I think the hardest part of writing anything is getting exposition out easily, without hitting people over the head with it.
Comedy Central does a really good job of finding totally different comedies.
My goal is to always play interesting and very odd women.
People may think I'm wildly obnoxious.
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