Once upon a time, Kristen Schaal from “The Daily Show” was a selfish single woman just like me, only caring about where her next free “whore pills” came from. But just as conservative pundits say, once she became a married woman, Schaal suddenly cared about the future of this country. You know, like a married lady does. Here is Schaal on why that ring around her finger made her throw support behind Mitt Romney. [The Daily Show]
Kristen Schaal lent her talents to this animated short, “Diary of a Blueberry,” a story written by 2nd grader Julia Isabel Padro. It was produced by Story Pirates, a non-profit organization started by Schaal, whose mission is to take short stories written by children and make them come alive with real animation production by professionals who volunteer their time and resources. I love this. And that blueberry got it right! Everyone does deserve the right not to be eaten. [YouTube]
Commercials are usually those things I fast-forward through on the DVR because they’re loud and try to get me to buy things I don’t need. However, every once in a while, there is one I love. Take, for example, this campaign for Sony Ericsson’s Experia Play smart phone, starring Kristen Schaal, totally cracks me up as Mel, the lone fan slash stalker on “Flight of the Conchords.” Message to companies: include awesome female comics in your ads, and I will consider purchasing your stuff.
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