I don’t mind saying, it’s one of the better ways to spend your weekend.I especially encourage you all to listen to Amy Poehler’s full podcast with Jeff Garlin. Amy has a great idea for a movie called “Gay on the Weekends,” which would be about a group of friends that decide that they’d be, well, gay on the weekends.Five years after their rightfully revered debut, So... , brainiac producers Prince Paul and Dan the Automator return with Handsome Boy Modeling School's a-little-too-smug sophomore release, White People.
The Person: Born in 1987, he is the son of Nancy and Michael Anderson (who passed away in January 2010).
He has three older sisters (Jennifer, Joelle and Amy) and one older brother, Joshua.
It is terrific, and I’ll also add that — in all the other podcasts I’ve listened to with the cast — they have nothing but amazing and delightful things to say about Poehler, who I get the impression may be made of magic. Jeff Garlin’s contribution to the movie would be a character who is upset with the arrangement because he gets laid constantly, except when he’s gay on the weekends. Amy, who has written several episodes of “Parks and Recreation,” compares the process of writing to “shitting out the hardest turd.” (Amy actually wrote “The Fight,” the episode in which Tom sells snake juice, and Ron gets blitzed.) 9.
From all of those podcasts, I have pulled some of the more interesting, lesser known fact nuggets about the cast, and because it’s such a time intensive process, I’m breaking up the “Parks and Rec” Mindhole Blowers into two parts (I’ll run the second part before the season six premiere). Jeff Garlin’s (Curb Your Enthusaism) wife was Nick Offerman’s agent. Amy Poehler is only the third “Saturday Night Live” cast member to get a promotion to full cast member in her first season (Harry Shearer and Eddie Murphy were the others). When Nick Offerman began theater school, he was terrible, but because he was the only guy in his school (of “sissyfied men”) that knew how to use a goddamn hammer, they’d let him do the occasional scene in exchange for building the set. During theater school, Nick Offerman completely gave up watching sports to catch up on reading, theater, and film. Nick Offerman is actually a skilled saxaphone player, but the writers did not know that when they wrote him a sax-playing alter ego in “Parks and Rec.” 15.
You better fall in line ladies coz it looks like there’s already a longgggggggggg line to win Matt’s heart. He is a 2012 Olympian who brought home a silver medal from the FIVB World League that same year.