Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

This show is executively produced by the woman’s career, I emulate, Tina Fey.

The premise of the show (for those that are missing out, and have yet to see it) is a woman is rescued after many years living in an underground cult in the middle of nowhere, and once released, moves to NYC.

This show is why binging on Netflix is a thing.

I love seeing Jane Krakowski reunited with a Fey show, as she fits Tina and the writing staff’s humor to a T.

I just felt the need to share a show, that’s been on Netflix for over a year, just because – Happy Friday! ūüėČ

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All About Television

I am a huge fan of Television and ideally I’d love to work in Television as a Producer. Here is a list of my top 10 favourite shows. (This was originally posted on my earlier blog 23 days ago).

1. 30 Rock
2. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
3. The Office
4.CSI: Las Vegas
5.The League
6.Criminal Minds
7.Friends
8. Chappelle’s Show
9. Saturday Night Live
10.American Horror Story

About Last Tuesday – Seinfeld Vision

1979.

A lot has happened between 1979 to 2016, that could make one feel really old very quickly. Anyhoo last Tuesday I, and mostly comedians and the few people who were still hanging around at The Comedy Store at 12 am on a Tuesday, witnessed greatness return.

In between performances, and selling numerous porsches & VW’s for $22 million dollars, Jerry Seinfeld blessed The Comedy Store with his presence for the first time since 1979.

It was an electric atmosphere (unless you were one of the people sitting 10 feet away from him yelling your questions) and felt as big as I imagine Seinfeld’s wallet to be.

The Comedy Store is the best place in L.A. It’s capturing magic in a bottle at the moment. If you haven’t gone recently, I highly recommend going.

 

Now on stage in the Original Room Jerry Seinfeld! First time in the OR since 1979! Welcome back! Photo by @troyconrads

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10 Cloverfield Lane

For the first time in months, I went to watch an actual movie – in theatres. This is a fairly big deal, considering ¬†I’m more of a television person, and the prices for tickets + snacks, makes my wallet gasp for help.

However thankfully this movie was worthy. It’s hard to review this movie without giving away crucial¬†details, but lets just say, it’s not remotely similar to the movie Cloverfield (that it has a loose tie with). This movie seems to run short, and through out the movie you are left wondering if this has a Gone Girl twist, or if it is straight forward like Cloverfield.

 

The tension is very palpable throughout the movie,and the last thirty minutes really ramps up the insanity and despair of the situation.

Overall I think this was worth the slight pain to my pockets.