The Cornell Sun published an interview with Seth Meyers on Friday, in which the SNL writer discussed his background in comedy and joking about politicians. Mentioning how jokes about the crop of GOP candidates seem to write themselves, Meyers then said liberals may be more sensitive to the jokes because the view the show as safe territory.
It is never good for a politician to become a frequent punchline of the late night comedians. Seth Meyers had the above response to Rudy Giuliani’s false claim that Obama does not love America, along with Scott Walker’s difficulty i... Read Post
Boom Chicago, a Dutch comedy troupe, has become a farm team for the American comedy world. Past Boom members include former head writer of "The Colbert Report," Allison Silverman; "Daily Show" writer Peter Grosz; “Wicked” and "MADtv... Read Post