It’s clear that the Somerville comedian is occupied at a time when many creatives feel stifled.
"Not being able to do Conan, or not being able to promote this album in more traditional ways is a shame, but you know, we're trying to be nimble about it."
“Without a live audience to give us self-worth we must find it ourselves now in meditation, exercise, and self-reflection. It’s goddamn awful, and I miss chicken tenders.”
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“The managers don't even show up on site anymore because they don’t want to get the virus, leaving the kids who work there to slack off. People like me, the possums, have to survive by doubling up on our orders so we don’t get fired.”
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I started in New York. About six weeks later, I was back in Boston, did shows here, then moved to LA and hated it and moved back. It’s been a steady stream; you look up, and you’re like, Damn, eight years.