Monday, October 25, 2010
Greg Fitzsimmons knows how to write comedy. If you don't believe him, he's got two Daytime Emmy Awards from his work on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to prove it. He's also written for "Politically Incorrect," "Lucky Louie," and "The Man Show." Fitzsimmons is also pretty good at telling his jokes too. He’s a regular on almost every late night talk show, he’s appeared on VHI’s "The Best Week Ever," CNN, had his own Comedy Central special and hosted a Cable Ace Award winning game show on MTV called "Idiot Savants." Greg has also written a new book which contains letters to and about him that he's collected throughout his life called Dear Mrs Fitzsimmons. Follow Greg on twitter and facebook. Catch Greg on the new Speed TV show "Pumped."
Dr. Will Miller
Long time friend of the show, Dr. Will Miller, is an ordained minister, former standup comedian, keynote speaker, teacher and full-time therapist at a major University, yet somehow he still finds time to write books including Why We Watch and Refrigerator Rights (the latter of which has just recently been re-released with an all new chapter and updated research.) He's also the formorst expert on how classic television secretly revals the inner stuggles in all of us. Meaning, while you watch shows like "Mr. Ed" and "Bewitched" to get a few laughs, he's looking to find out what's going on in that messed up brain of yours. Follow Dr. Will on twitter.
Larry Wilmore. is the "Senior Black Correspondent" to "The Daily Show." He has been a TV producer, actor, comedian, and writer for more than 30 years. Wilmore has written for "In Living Color," "The Bernie Mac Show," "The Office," and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." He won an Emmy and a Peabody Award for his work on "The Bernie Mac Show." This week, he's taking part in "The Daily Show" election special "Indecision 2010"