Talking to Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair is like being on the set of their NBC series, Best Friends Forever (BFF). It's a whirlwind of hilarity, infectious laughter, pop culture references – I completely understood why the scripts come mostly from the ladies' improvisations and the connection that they've had for many years. And why those stories have affected so many … [Read more...] about PG Interview: Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair
PG Interview: Retta of Parks and Recreation
For a woman who claims that she is not into vampires, Retta is quick to discuss her very intense opinions on The Vampire Diaries, Angel and of course, Twilight. And often, those very intense and hilarious opinions on those series and other favorites are broadcast weekly from her Twitter account (@unfoRETTAble). Now, if we could only get a daily update from Donna Meagle, her … [Read more...] about PG Interview: Retta of Parks and Recreation
PG Interview: Carly Steel
Carly Steel has a life that many people would envy – interviewing celebrities on the Red Carpet, traveling around the world to cover huge film events and getting to wear gorgeous clothes while doing it. Not that it’s all easy – the British import is a one-lady dynamo that writes, produces and hosts her packages. Steel gives us inside look on what it’s like to be on the other … [Read more...] about PG Interview: Carly Steel
PG Interview: Busy Philipps
Busy Philipps is a very smart, and very-well read woman, especially when it comes to children's books. When I saw her tweet about Ellen Raskin's Newbery Award winner, The Westing Game, I knew that I had to bring it up as it's one of my favorite books. We discussed the brilliant, quirky mystery and then quickly spun into a giddy reminiscing about books that had huge impacts on … [Read more...] about PG Interview: Busy Philipps
PG Interview: Emily Spivey of "Up All Night"
Emily Spivey has an impressive comedy writing résumé that encompasses sketch (Saturday Night Live, Mad TV), animation (King of the Hill) and sitcoms (Parks and Recreation). Before that, she performed with The Groundlings, an improv company in Los Angeles, where she met Maya Rudolph who became her writing partner. After working with Rudolph at Saturday Night Live for nearly a … [Read more...] about PG Interview: Emily Spivey of "Up All Night"