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There were four judges there and I had to perform with them laughing, which made me even more uncomfortable, and I was just shaking and talking and they were laughing the whole time.Afterwards I was talking to one of the judges and he was like, “That was hilarious! Then I realized he couldn’t tell if I was joking or not about being nervous.She has a talent for collaboration, often working with other comedian friends, including Nick Jasenovec, Paul Rust (with whom she has a band, the Glass Beef) and Jake Johnson. BLVR: Somebody once told me that if you have a dream within a dream it’s like a really deep dream, like a dream from even deeper in your soul or psyche. It was about a show coming up, and in the dream there were eight people in the audience.
I thought I was allowed and I slipped up somewhere and talked about it and then I got in trouble.
On the first night of the series, the audience was invited to bring pillows, and mid-way through, a pillow fight among everyone in the room—performers and audience—broke out at the sound of a bell.
In addition to stand-up, Yi has a notable presence on You Tube. You know sometimes you realize it’s a dream and then things stop working?
BLVR: Are you working on anything you can talk about? It was me playing the character in the dream, but in the comic book it’s not me at all.
CY: I wrote a play with my friend called and a zombie movie. I wake up in the mornings and I usually get myself to clean my disgusting room, then I have a list of things to do, like this rewrite on my comic book. It’s about a character who’s trying to save the world, and it’s kind of postapocalyptic. It was like she was on a mission because there was this heat wave going on, and everyone was getting sick and dying and going crazy and killing each other because of this crazy fever.
And people kept doing bad stuff so hell was getting bigger, and each time hell got bigger the world would get hotter, because it would take up more room underneath the earth.