A few weeks ago, the USA network announced that they've ordered a pilot presentation (a.k.a. a short pilot) called Difficult People created by and starring Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner, and now, we're learning more about who else will be in the pilot. The Difficult People pilot presentation has been shooting this week in NYC, and Klausner has been revealing some of the pilot's supporting cast/guest stars via Twitter, including Rachel Dratch, James Urbaniak, Tracee Chimo (Orange Is the New Black), and Andrea Martin as the mother of Klausner's character.
Difficult People, which is being produced by Amy Poehler, stars Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner as a [...]
With Halloween on the horizon, Rachel Dratch joined Billy on the Street's Billy Eichner for an adventure through a classic New York haunted house. It was scarier than they could have ever imagined.
- Rachel Dratch is going to guest star on Up All Night as an Ava Show fan that's super excited about getting some memorabilia. Sheldon and Megan: together again!
- H. Jon Benjamin is going to play Dallas's life coach on Suburgatory. His character is described as a master storyteller named Tabitha, of course, who Dallas eventually brings along on her first date with George. I wonder if they're going to eat burgers or… spy stuff(?).
- Bob Odenkirk is reprising his role as Arthur Hobbs next season on How I Met Your Mother. He will sorta represent Barney in his pre-nup talks with Quinn, which [...]
Fun! Amy Poehler interviewed Rachel Dratch about her new book, Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle, and it is every bit as great as eavesdropping on a conversation between Poehler and Dratch should be. They talk about gay ghosts, the best flavors to scoop at the ice cream shop they both worked at in Massachussetts, and how their sons wear each other's hand-me-downs. Those sons are gonna be a power team in 20 years, man. Good god, and if Penelope Fey starts hanging out with them…I can't even imagine.
Saturday Night Live has been home to over a hundred cast members throughout the past 35 years. In our column Saturday Night’s Children, we present the history, talent, and best sketches of one SNL cast member each week for your viewing, learning, and laughing pleasure.
Whether drooling as the freakish Siamese twin Qrplt*xk, being wicked awesome as the local Boston party monster Zazu, or bumming out friends and family members as Debbie Downer, Rachel Dratch stands as one of SNL's more underrated, if not under-rewarded, cast members. Despite her consistent presence on the show and multiple popular recurring characters, Dratch has gained more reputation as a utility player than [...]