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“Totally Pals!” Podcast

Did an episode of the Totally Pals Podcast with my old I Can Haz Ringwurmz friends Steve Szlaga and Amy Vorpahl. It’s basically a fake sitcom behind-the-scenes recap. I haven’t improvised with these two in ages and we laughed until we cried recording this. I hope it translates.

The Last Fallen Star Audiobook

Cover of Graci Kim's The Last Fallen Star

My first audiobook just came out! I recorded Graci Kim’s bestselling middle-grade fantasy novel “The Last Fallen Star,” which is about “an adopted Korean-American girl who discovers her heritage and her magic on a perilous journey to save her witch clan family.” It’s a lot of fun. My recording was made for LearningAlly, a great organization that makes audiobooks for kids with reading disabilities. Here’s a link you can use if you have or know a kid who is part of their program. For everyone else, I’ve uploaded a short book trailer:

Tournament of Nerds Returns!

I’m doing my first live show in 2 1/2 years this weekend. Tournament of Nerds is back! We’ve moved to Dynasty Typewriter, one of my favorite venues and we’re starting earlier so you don’t have to stay up until 1:30am anymore. It’s a great lineup and I’m doing a character I love.

Come check it out in person or buy a ticket for the youtube livestream. Tickets here:

TOURNAMENT OF NERDS is an epic comedy smackdown. Comedians dress as pop culture characters (real & fictional) and debate their opponents to determine which character reigns supreme. Guy Fieri vs Batman? Kylie Jenner vs Cruella? Anything is possible! Our combatants attempt to survive a March Madness style bracket as we go from 8 Nerds down to 1 Nerd to rule them all!

Community Cast Reads “Cooperative Polygraphy”

If you missed it, the cast of “Community” reunited for a table read of “Cooperative Polygraphy” last week. This is the Season 5 episode that I was in, so it was particularly cool to watch. Pedro Pascal played Walton Goggins’ part and Jim Rash played my part (!) Pedro Pascal broke spectacularly at one point – it’s worth the watch just for that.

You can see the original on Netflix, or watch a clip here: