Tig is a story about losing love, family, and comedy and then finding them all again in places you never would’ve thought to look because Jesus Christ, you’d never want to.
“Do you believe in UFOs, astral projections, transmisogyny, ESP, bisexuals, spirit photography, the feminist movement, full trance mediums, the Loch Ness monster, and the theory of Gender as a Social Construct?”
Enjoy watching four women, whose ages add up to more than 150, as they get to know each other, blow each other, and show each other their bizarre emotional landscapes, great jokes, and weird bodies.”
“LANGUAGE MATTERS. In the same way a racial slur brings back a SLEW of painful memories for me and a reminder of the entire history of those words and what they have meant to people and how they have been used to hurt people. I was wrong and it’s important to accept when you’re wrong.”
We thought they were just massive assholes completely unaware of their privilege/the patriarchy/other humans on public transportation. But no.
Oh my stars and garters. You’d better find your pearls and start clutching, because winter is coming and the death of print is upon us. Here are some home decorating tips to help you stay on-trend during bookpocalypse.
You go, Jessica Williams, you go.
“Have we ever been on a plane, train or bridge while saying or thinking the word Muhammad?”
‘SNL’ announces its first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph.
Yamara Taylor (The Boondocks, How to Rock, Instant Mom) chats about comedy writing, trick or treating at Aisha Tyler’s house, and the dearth of five year old sketch actors.
A TV columnist is attacking Sarah Silverman for “trying to be as dirty as the guys” in her stand-up routine. Seriously, when are men going to stop telling women what we can and can’t tell jokes about?
Stuff your ears as well as your face.
Until complete marriage equality reigns, our feelings on tacky lingerie and weird patriarchal traditions are kind of a moot point so we’re allowed to be bitchy when we judge them, right? Mmmkay then.
Jill Bennett is BACK starring in a new comedy series, “Second Shot,” which she also co-created and produced.
Ali’s Team Pick: Basically, this website is like liquid self-esteem comedy elixir that you can figuratively drink and feel better.
It’s 1956 and the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are having their annual quiche breakfast. “No men. No meat. Just manners.”
Brittani’s Team Pick: “Tragedy + time = comedy. But I don’t have the benefit of time. So I’m just going to tell you the tragedy and know that everything is going to be okay.”
Ali’s Team Pick: “But wait a moment – once the women get the pens, what are they supposed to write on? Man paper?”
“Since the nuances of personal responsibility seem to escape so many people, let’s go through it. Let’s figure out rape jokes.”
Amy Poehler’s web series uses inspiring girls to prove that everyone is an inspiration but also everyone is boring.