emilyheller
emilyheller:

thelaughbutton:

Emily Heller joins the cast of TBS’s ‘Ground Floor’
Stand-up Emily Heller will joining the cast of TBS’s Ground Floor for a recurring role in the show’s second season.

It’s been a crazy week!

Hot damn! If you want to see this little TV baby live, come to Fresh Out this Monday! We’ve got Jackie Kashian, Matteo Lane & Matt Braunger!

emilyheller:

thelaughbutton:

Emily Heller joins the cast of TBS’s ‘Ground Floor’

Stand-up Emily Heller will joining the cast of TBS’s Ground Floor for a recurring role in the show’s second season.

It’s been a crazy week!

Hot damn! If you want to see this little TV baby live, come to Fresh Out this Monday! We’ve got Jackie Kashian, Matteo Lane & Matt Braunger!

emilyvgordon

your-one-black-friend asked:

Hi Emily, as one of the hosts of the indoor kids, I wanted to know your thoughts on starting a podcast. I'm from an area where the people don't really understand the idea of podcasts, and I'm not sure if it would catch on. I'm going to college, where in think it may be a little easier to do something that works. I don't know if I as a person can just start a podcast about nothing where I just talk to people, or if I need to be established in an industry or have a specific idea.

emilyvgordon answered:

Quit questioning yourself so much and just do something. You can worry about the minutiae to death. Almost every good podcast started out with a different concept/conceit/topic, and then morphed into the thing that it is now. Yours won’t be any different. Just make stuff, and then step back and evaluate it later. Take pleasure in the making. 

So well put. This the best and only advice anyone looking to do comedy (or get into any creative field) needs. Just. Get. Started.

How to Do Creative Work:

  1. Make something.
  2. Evaluate it.
  3. Repeat until dead.
miketrapp
CollegeHumor is looking for some funny, hardworking Editorial interns for the fall semester!
Duties include writing articles, captioning pictures and videos, and actively participating in writers meetings with the staff.
In order to apply, please create a CollegeHumor account at collegehumor.com/signup and submit one complete article in the CH style. Once you’ve done that, email collegehumorinterns@gmail.com with a link to your article, your resume, a simple cover letter so we know a bit about you, and three additional article pitches.
Applicants must be available to work 2-3 days per week out of our NYC office.
If you’re interested in writing for CollegeHumor, but don’t live in NY, don’t worry! We always accept freelance submissions.

(via collegehumor)

If anyone’s looking for an internship opportunity, here it is!

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patrickcassels
patrickcassels:

collegehumor:

CollegeHumor is LIVE in Los Angeles, August 5th! Come see Pat Cassels & Adam Conover host some of the best stand-up and sketch comedy in the LA area. These tickets go fast so get them sooner rather than later.
More info here.

Los Angeles, we have a great show lined up for August’s CollegeHumor Live LA. Also, our own MIKE TRAPP will be hosting a nerdy trivia game show featuring the audience. So if you THINK you know your Adamantium from your Vibrainum and want to prove it, this is the show to come to!

Yup!

patrickcassels:

collegehumor:

CollegeHumor is LIVE in Los Angeles, August 5th! Come see Pat Cassels & Adam Conover host some of the best stand-up and sketch comedy in the LA area. These tickets go fast so get them sooner rather than later.

More info here.

Los Angeles, we have a great show lined up for August’s CollegeHumor Live LA. Also, our own MIKE TRAPP will be hosting a nerdy trivia game show featuring the audience. So if you THINK you know your Adamantium from your Vibrainum and want to prove it, this is the show to come to!

Yup!