“Who Won Big at the Minority Emmys,” a sketch I wrote for Jordan Black’s web series “Shaded,” was featured on Deadline Hollywood’s “What We’re Watching” section.
In 2005, I started the rumor that the Britney Spears hit “Oops, I Did It Again,” was originally recorded by Louis Armstrong. Some friends helped me record the scratchy audio to prove it. A decade later, that rumor has been discredited by the party poopers at Snopes.com.
You can check out the original here.
Last week I filmed “Weird Al” Yankovic for A.J. Jacob’s Global Family Reunion project, a benefit for Alzheimer’s.
Wylde Life, a children’s short I wrote, directed by Joel Levinson and animated by David Levy, starring Dave “Gruber” Allen and MST3K’s Mary Jo Pehl will be screening at the International Children’s Media Center’s annual film festival in Chicago this summer.
I wrote the lyrics for this farewell to MSNBC for Fusion’s Midterm Mayhem:
I co-wrote this segment for Good Morning Today, starring the incredibly talented Ken Jeong.
Splashie, I pilot I created with The Onion’s Dave Kornfeld, directed by Kris Knight and edited by 30 Rock’s Ellen Tam, was voted into prime time at Channel 101.
Noah’s Ark stars Marc Maron, Maria Bamford, Fred Stoller and Jonathan Katz.
Noah’s Ark, a video I wrote and produced with Joel, is featured on Funny or Die’s homepage. This animated short features the voices of Marc Maron, Maria Bamford, Jonathan Katz and Fred Stoller.