S1E9 - The IT Men
Casting for the DW Reboot:
Leslie’s friend, Jacob:
Geena Davis-Julia Sugarbaker
megan mullally-Suzanne Sugarbaker
Tina Fey -Charlene Frazier
Michael K Williams-Anthony Bouvier
Thora Birch-Mary Jo Shively
Writers Tina Fey & Diablo Cody.
Director Jane Campion The Piano, Holy Smoke, Bright Star
Julia - Margaret Cho
Suzanne - Rhetta
Charlene - Kate McKinnon
Mary Jo - Phoebe Robinson
Anthony - Paul Rudd
Julia - Viola Davis
Mary Jo - Aubrey Plaza
Charlene - Tatiana Maslany
Suzanne - Kerry Washington
Anthony - Idris Elba
On second thought, though, Nicole Da Silva from Wentworth - she has played a prisoner and playing with the gender of characters would be cool.
Gonna echo that with a writing team of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler but add people like
Leslie Jones, Ilene Chaiken and periodically have guest writers that are women like Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, and maybe like Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams.
Podcasts we mention in this episode::
2 Dope Queens (Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams)
Sooo Many White Guys (Phoebe Robinson and cool guests)
Bizarre States - Andrew Bowser and Jessica Chobot
Madison Mason has been on the following Key and Peele episodes:
Scariest Movie Ever (2014) ... Quentin
Episode #3.5 (2013)
Dueling Magical Negroes (2012) ... Right Wing Senator
Charlene’s Crushes Include:
When Mary Jo has PMS, she says she looks like Broderick Crawford:
Broderick Crawford was an American stage, film, radio, and TV actor. His most famous roles include Willie Stark in the film All the King’s Men, and Chief Dan Matthews in the show Highway Patrol.
Julia says when Suzanne gets PMS, she looks like Willard Scott:
Willard Scott was a weather presenter and writer/sometimes actor known for his work on the Today Show.
Apparently in the UK, you can use PMS as a legal defense:
So, what do you think? Is Ed the spitting image of Jerry Lee Lewis?
Jerry Lee Lewis photo source: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/jerry-lee-lewis-mn0000332141
It’s not lingerie, but Microsoft apparently has a mood shirt:
Voice activated bra video:
A history of Tupperware parties:
Recipe for an actual Mai Tai::
Apparently, the first “It” person, was Clara Bow in The “It” Girl in It from 1927.
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