Abbi and I encourage and motivate each other to keep making things. Our potential richness or improvements as individuals feeds the duo, and we both always say we’re so lucky to have met a partner with a matching work ethic. It’s really what brought us together in the first place. We’ve got more projects coming, world!
"I hate when people ask, ‘What’s it like being an Indian comedian?’ Or similarly, when they ask female comedians what it’s like being a ‘female comedian.’ I’ve never read anyone ask Jerry Seinfeld what it’s like being a ‘Caucasian comedian,’ which is actually a great question. Mindy Kaling put it best when she said something to the effect of, ‘I can go head-to-head with any white, male comedy writer. Don’t try to segment me into a smaller category.’ I thought it was such a badass thing to say and articulated my frustration perfectly."
I love you, Lizzie. And everything works out the way it’s supposed to.
It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more.
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