I’m in these fake commercials that Stephanie Streisand wrote and Joe Uhlarik directed for Sketch Cram. Note that the guy’s tattoo is the Chinese character for “and.” My two years of studying Mandarin finally paid off! Also, I had no idea the Seinfeld building was in Koreatown, but there it is.
TV Guide’s special Comic-Con issue has a cover featuring the female stars from various series, two of which I wrote for. Over the title you can see Pebbles from Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs and a little to the right of Wonder-Woman you can see Cheetara from ThunderCats Roar! Woo!
Weird, I don’t remember him being on set…
They showed this right before the Super Bowl and the original spot right after the game. Woohoo!
Did I mention that the camel’s head whacked into me during a take and I got a cheekful of camel drool? It was gross, but worth it.
It’s baaaaaack! Hump Day’s airing again as part of a Best of Geico campaign.
If you reaaally want a blast from the past, I should also mention that the dubstep and twerk remixes are still up.
I love the internet.
Apparently they’re giving these away. Seriously, how do I get one?
I tweeted to @windows. If you want to retweet or like it, that would be awesome. I will wear it everywhere for way, way too long.
I’m playing Impa in this Legends of Zelda parody webseries coming out on Valentine’s Day, 2019. More info to follow but for now, check out this article.
Hey! I’m doing a cool panel on motherhood in the industry with Tracy Wigfield, Yamara Taylor and Molly Hawkey. They represent various types of parenthood. I’m the representative of “or not.”
August 11th at 2 pm to 4 pm (doors open at 1:30)
Dynasty Typewriter at The Hayworth Theater
2511 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Tickets are available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/motherhood-in-the-industry-tickets-48769367491
I expect it to go down in history as “Typewriter of Dynasties, Mother of Panels.” In any case, it’ll be interesting. Check it out!
Warner Bros. Animation takes you beyond Bedrock to The Crags, a vast land that is as dangerous and wild as the dinosaurs that inhabit it.
Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble are two best friends, growing up in the prehistoric time when dinosaurs and giant beasts still walked the earth. But as exciting as that sounds, they live in peaceful, quiet old Bedrock, a modern domestic civilization similar to our own (but with stone cars that run on leg-power). That’s why whenever they get the chance, Pebbles, Bamm-Bamm and Dino head to the open wilderness, helping new friends, fighting new enemies and learning about life through their endless crazy adventures. Back in Bedrock, Fred, Wilma, Barney and Betty still enjoy all the familiar quirks and trappings of life as a modern Stone Age family not knowing all the trouble (and fun!) their kids are getting themselves into.
I had a ton of fun writing for it and I got to make up new dinosaurs. Check it out in 2019!
I can finally share this – I’ve been writing episodes for this reboot of The ThunderCats, “ThunderCats Roar.” It’s coming to Cartoon Network next year. And there’s a video!
More info in this Entertainment Weekly article.
I am doing an improv show where I am one of the 76 characters in Avengers: Infinity War. For real, there will be 76 people onstage. Now I have to figure out how to paint myself green to play Gamora without getting it all over my car. Maybe I shouldn’t do it my my car. Anyway, come!