Female writers in comedy. Both of them.

Via on Apr 22, 2011

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4 Responses to “Female writers in comedy. Both of them.”

  1. Joe Yeoman says:

    I've met the two women on Jimmy Fallon's show.

    They were pretty funny.

  2. Joe Yeoman says:



    You think this is worth telling the world?

  3. Neil Galland says:

    Most of the time I do not find any of these shows to actually be funny. I find them to be continually referencing things that are understood to be funny, without actually being funny. I find Chelsea to be genuinely funny more often than the other listed shows. I think it is the openness, honesty, and inclusiveness, of Chelsea Handler that both makes her funny and also makes her to be a person to create a comedy writing team to be representative of the audience they are writing for, a society of essentially 50% men and %50 women. I have heard she is making a reality show about behind the scenes at her talk show. This is sheer brilliance and taking the ideas of Gary Shandling, to a modern, new level.

  4. elephantjournal says:

    Obviously women are funny! Not sure what you're saying…we're in agreement, methinks. ~ W.

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