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Charlie Kelly or Charles Bukowski: Can You Guess Who Wrote Each of These Poems?

In recent years, much has been made of the phenomenon of “outsider art,” or art brut. These terms, created respectively by art critic Roger Cardinal and artist Jean Dubuffet, refer to the creations of artists who work outside of the mainstream, such as psychiatric patients. 660 more words

Literature

Dennis the Dragon

As always, an “actually real” transcription of a conversation with my kid. “Actually real” is another thing she says a lot that I love. She might have gotten that one from me, actually. 170 more words

Comics

‘I never saw myself as a sitcom person, but I was waiting tables...’—Hit Sitcom Writer

“I never saw myself as a sitcom person, but I was waiting tables and I was like I have to figure out something and I wrote this script that was super dark, but when I put it into Charlie’s hands or Glenn’s they made it funny and I realized this could actually be a sitcom. 555 more words

Screenwriting

The Gang Performs King Lear: An Always Sunny Crossover Fic

MAC, tired and hungover, enters The Bar to find it filled with strange old men in matching leather jackets. 

MAC: Hey, Dennis, who the **** are these people? 1,343 more words

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It's Always Sunny/ Star Wars

On episode 299 of Scriptnotes it was a special live show where they had special guests Rob McElhenny, the creator of ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ and Rian Johnson, the writer and director for the upcoming ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’. 366 more words

Skittle's Coming In Hot With An Absolutely Bizarre Mother's Day Commercial

First things first, when I saw the thumb nail I thought that was this dudes cock. Yea It was gonna get realllllyyyyyyyyy weird where I thought this commercial was going*. 361 more words

NBC Announces First Sitcom Of The Year, Glenn Howerton Gets Starring Role

LOS ANGELES (AP) — NBC is giving the nod to a new sitcom starring Glenn Howerton of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”

NBC said Monday it has ordered the series, titled “A.P. 113 more words

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