Posts tagged: comedy
You guys, I was on TV last night!
I was filmed for “Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street” back in October on my way home from school. It was on Fuse last night and I flipped when I saw it.
Basically Billy Eichner did a scream-interview with me and quizzed me in the face asking which actors were Indian or Not Indian. And I won a pile of magazines and ran around Madison Square Park with them. That was a fun day.
Unfortunately I can’t find the real video clip but I got these screen caps from my TV on my computer. Hopefully I’ll be able to find a clip on Youtube eventually.
15 Minutes of Fame!!!!!!!
This is the Glamasaurus Rex: she’s a…well…glamarous dinosaur. Her diet consists of pretty models.
Also, this is my first real sculpture!
“Thank You Notes” by Jimmy Fallon book signing!
Tonight was one of the best nights ever. I went to the book signing of Jimmy Fallon’s “Thank You Notes” book. I’ve been a huge fan of Jimmy as long as I could remember. I’ve been to the show numerous amounts of times and have met him several times. When I went to today’s book signing, I decided I was going to draw a cartoon or two while waiting for him. I wasn’t truly expecting him to sign books as he already pre-signed them. However, he decided last minute that he was going to stay at Barnes & Noble and personalize the books for everybody in the store. This was my opportunity to give him the cartoon I drew.
I went over to the signing table. He recognized me from previous encounters. He gave me a big hug and then I handed him my drawings and business card. He was flipping out with excitement over the cartoons. I was just so thrilled that an A-List celebrity would love my cartoons just as much. The fact that he is in possession of this means the world to me, and I’m thrilled to know that he can cherish this forever.
How many people can say that a celebrity is in the hands of an original sketch? It’s pretty surreal to believe. Don’t dream it, be it.
Sequel to Alice in Wonderland:
Alice, The Mad Hatter, and March Hare take over Manhattan. They were trying to find a place for an unbirthday party, so of course they crash Dylan’s Candy Bar. They have their party at the candy cafe. The Queen of Hearts finds them and hands them a cake batter sundae that’s tainted with acid. The queen looks back as they trip out.