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That’s right. Rob Corddry. He’s was — in my opinion — one of the best correspondents the Daily Show ever had, and he’s since done some amazing work. Did you ever see Hot Tub Time Machine? You really should.
We talked about writing processes, especially pertaining to his current show, “Children’s Hospital.” Apps, techniques, motivation and other details are all on the table.
A huge thanks to Rob for making the time. It was awesome to chat! You can hear the episode at 5by5.
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