Chelsea Peretti on 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' Writing for 'SNL,' and Her New Netflix Special | Splitsider -
As an early adopter and prolific user of Twitter, Emojis, Instagram, you name it, actress and standup comedian Chelsea Peretti is somewhat of an authority on all things social media.
So when she says it’s time to move away from our internet-obsessed culture and get back to the basics, we should probably listen.
This is just one of the topics Peretti will be exploring in her upcoming one-hour standup special, One of the Greats, which premieres in November on Netflix.
[Homegirl is a beacon. Read this interview!]
Just learned that Don Hertzfeldt is from Fremont. Expect more things like this.
TALKIES OCT 3RD
Shadow Circus Creature Theatre
Rajeev Dhar & Luigi Diaz
video by Angi Brzycki and Packard Jennings
8pm doors $10 21+
1034 Valencia Street, SF
Monday, October 6th @ 9:00pm
The Rite Spot (2099 Folsom @ 17th)
3 blocks from 16th & Mission BART
Let’s face it. Things aren’t going great: a bad economy, a horrible job market, never ending wars, exorbitant rent prices, dysfunctional relationships, mental illness, addiction, poverty, corruption, STDs, Rihanna. While there isn’t a cure for all of life’s problems, there is a tonic…
MISERY INDEX is a free, monthly show that brings together some of the most pessimistic, neurotic & dysfunctional individuals on the face of the planet: stand-up comedians. Take the edge off with cheap drinks and free laughs as these choleric comics direct their disdain towards all of society’s growing ills.
October’s lineup features maladjusted mirth makers:
Matt Lieb (Mission Position, FilmDrunk)
Kate Willett (Mission Position, SF Sketchfest)
Shanti Charan (Cobb’s, SF Punchline)
Red Scott (Boars, Gore and Swords Podcast)
Josef Anolin (Laughs on Laughs)
Chris Remmers (SF Punchline)
Hosted by Trevor Hill (Hand to Mouth)
The Rite Spot is a cozy Mission dive that features local bands, comedians and performers. A rare San Francisco luxury set in an unpretentious atmosphere featuring Italian-American food, a full bar and an excellent wine list. “Aside from a little low conversation and the occasional clink of a glass, people are there to listen, and what they’re listening to is top-notch.” -SF Weekly
Every First Monday of the Month!
Next fall, Approachable Ethnics premieres on @NBC #blessed #NBCdiversityaudition #jokelife #brunchlife (at Farmer Brown - San Francisco)
Babyface probably never expected The Lonely Island to one day occupy his office.
Check out Andy Samberg’s interview explaining the origins of this photo!