Lauren Shippen, creator/writer/actor of The Bright Sessions podcast, singer, and YouTube host of According to Tumblr, joins us to talk about the movies that have made her who she is today. Join us, as we discuss annoying love, lighting powder kegs, automatic crying, and ignoring canons.
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Be sure to join us June 26 for episode 61, featuring comedian/actor/writer Wayne Federman. Wayne is, perhaps, best known for his “Federman and out” cameo appearances in films and television, including Legally Blonde, Documentary Now, and the upcoming The House (starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler). A regular at the Hollywood Improv and comedy clubs across the nation, he recently released his first stand-up CD, The Chronicles of Federman; a 3 disc set, featuring highlights from 30 years of his comedy career.