‘Colbert Report’ writers perform at UCB Theater TONIGHT!

If you’re really into seeing Emmy winners, and you happen to be in the New York area, and you’ve got the evening free, and you have $5, I would highly recommend making it out to the Upright Citizens Brigade theater tonight.

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Six Degrees: Hot Zone Edition.

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 […]

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‘Colbert Report’ writers perform improv with “Seize the Mustard”

Looking for something to do tonight (or a couple weeks from now)? The good folks at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre are featuring that motley crew of improv pros: the writers from The Colbert Report! Check it out: A Live, Improvised Set By Writers From The Colbert Report Come see the Telly Award-winning writers for […]

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Six Degrees: I Saw the Easter Bunny Edition.

G’day Zoners, I hope you all had a wonderful Easter (or Passover). Mine consisted of me grumbling about day light saving and the onset of the cold and flu season, followed by the consuming of a truckload of chocolate – all of which is going straight to my hips. It of course, has become unreasonably […]

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TONIGHT: HuffPo invites you to watch “A Potentially Regrettable Evening With Comedy Writers”

I don’t think we’ve mentioned it here before, but some WGAE members are making the trip to D.C.’s Newseum tonight to speak about media, politics and comedy. Some of the people scheduled to make an appearance are writers dear to the hearts of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report fans: J.R. […]

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Welcome, new ‘Colbert Report’ writers Michael Koman and Opus Moreschi!

Okay, it really, really drives me nuts that I’ve been so scatterbrained since I moved earlier this month. (Well, the problem actually dates back further than that, but that’s another story.) By that, I mean I’m embarassed to admit I have no idea for how long Michael Koman and Opus Moreschi have been credited writers […]

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