G’day Zoners! I hope you have all had a wonderful Easter break. I’ve spent my much needed week of Uni eating far too much chocoloate, and compilling the latest round-up of Six Degrees news. This week Jon Stewart will again be performing in the Story Pirates benefit, Mark Malkoff races a NYC bus, Aasif Mandvi pen a book of semi autobiographical essys, Ed Helms is set to guest host “SNL”, Samantha Bee will co-host the 2011 Lucille Lortel Awards, “Wyatt Cenac: Comedy Person” debuts on Comedy Central, and Conan O’Brien is a guest on “WTF with Marc Maron”.
G’day Zoners! I hope your all enjoying April Fool’s Day, and more importantly brushing up on your “Friday” lyrics so you can all sing-a-long with Stephen tonight. As much as I loathe that song I really hope Stephen can put the TGI back in Friday. It was once my favourite day of the week, before that song came along. But I digress.This week in Six Degrees News Jon Stewart makes a cameo in “The Adjustment Bureau”, Jason Jones is co-starring in a new CBS comedy pilot, Lewis Black stopped by “The Late Late Show”, Mark Malkoff will be a guest on “Beer Diplomacy”, Amy Sedaris has a new iPad App, Conan talks about “Conan O’Brian Can’t Stop” and Movits! are touring Canada and The US.
G’day Zoners!! and welcome to the first Six Degrees round-up of 2011. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas / New Year’s and are nice and rested for the year ahead. Today we have some interviews and guest appearances by Amy Sedaris, the taping of Wyatt Cenac’s comedy special, John Oliver on the cover of New York magazine and more!
G’day Zoners, I hope you’ve all made it through the heatwave. Over in my necks of the woods in the great land down under we’ve just come out of some form of mini mid-winter ice age. The mercury decide that it wanted stay between -5C – 10C for an entire week. Now I know that […]
G’day Zoners, I’m currently blogging to you as I channel surf between Wimbledon and the World Cup. For a mad sports nut such as myself, life doesn’t get much better than when you’re on holidays with a daily sporting smorgasboard and the oh so “subtle” sound of a Vuvuzela humming in the background. The only […]