Paul dinello and amy sedaris dating
An expert crafter and consummate host, she’s the best-selling author of the 2010 book Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People (its cover can be fashioned into a hat) and the 2006 entertainment guide I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence. They were doing it by themselves with a tiny crew, which reminded me of when I was doing Strangers with Candy. Strangers with Candy was word of mouth, so maybe that’s it. She’s co-authored several plays with her brother, David Sedaris. So that’s why in the show I wore the tube socks and put the big shoes on, because I was like, “Oh, it’s going to be that kind of show.” That’s what I like about it. Maybe it was because we didn’t really know what we were doing. If it made us laugh it got into the show, so we had so much control and made up the rules as we went along. co-creator shows off her diverse – but necessary — homemaking skills, such as entertaining the grieving, the craft of lovemaking and cooking without pots and pans.
“Steewww, meeeeat”) and Scott Adsit, among others, and each episode will have a theme, such as gift-giving, cooking for one, wood, the holidays, grieving, love-making, fish and poverty.
" /Drinking is frequently mentioned -- there's even a roving wine expert character, "Wine Lady," who drops in occasionally to advise Amy on the best booze to serve at her dinner parties. is an absurdist comedy disguised as a homemaking/crafting show, and the bizarre, often suggestive humor may not be appropriate for younger viewers.
Violence is alluded to and in some cases shown, although it's cartoonish (think: slapstick craft accidents and killer plastic snakes).
Sedaris is 47-year-old high school freshman Jerri Blank, who leans on teachers Colbert and Dinello for guidance in this warped version of an after-school special.
EXTRAS Caustic yet warm commentary by the three leads.