This week's question on QLP is "What are your summer must do's?" One of mine is to see Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. In this episode I daydream about how cool it would be if I were able to interview Daniel Radcliffe for the show. Until Daniel's publicity manager returns my calls, I'm afraid I'll just have to keep pretending.
This is a parody of an ad that I saw for one of Mr. Baldacci's books, not a parody of him or his writing. The ad said, "David Baldacci is a master of plot, character, and dialogue" which seems like a selling point for a book, but really, when you think about it, that should be a prerequisite for any published author. Written for and workshopped in my Eric Drysdale's UCB Sketch 101 class. To purchase Divine Justice, visit http://www.davidbaldacci.com
guitar swing gone wrong (parody) http://natedern.com
Fun Ferret! Get yours before it gets you! http://natedern.com
Nate Dern does stand-up about his perspective on the water cycle and US vs UK faucet design. Performed at the Wolfson Howler, Cambridge, UK, May 26, 2008. http://natedern.com
The Vagina Monologues were first written and performed by Eve Ensler in 1996. Each monologue is from the voice of a woman who relates to her vagina in a different way. One of the original monologues was never performed because Ensler decided it did not fit with the rest. For the first time ever, you can now see a performance of this lost Vagina Monologue. It is from the voice of a 20 year-old college male. It is titled, "Vaginas are awesome." This is a celebratory parody. http://natedern.com/
A song about that special high school event. My inability to sing or play the guitar well make for an extra exciting viewing experience. Performed at the Wolfson Howler, Cambridge, UK, May 26, 2008. http://natedern.com/
A love song about Facebook and the apocalypse. Performed in Cambridge, UK. http://natedern.com/
An answer to the age old question, What sound does it make when a triceratops and a biceratops meet in the woods? A comedic short brought to you by the UL Foundation. http://natedern.com
Diary readers beware - Gargamel the Ghastly is out there. A comedic short about Gargamel the Ghastly.