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Writers' Bloc Podcast

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J.R. Havlan, 17-year veteran writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, picks the complicated and jittery brains of the writers who help create The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, 30 Rock, Letterman, SNL, The Office, and more. Writers’ Bloc Podcast will let you in on how blank pages become your favorite television comedies. You love the sausage, now hear how it gets made.

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A must for comedy writers

Of all the podcasts for writers JR brings the one that is going to directly improve your writing. The insights, the tips from established fellow writers and breakout stories will make impatiantly wait for a new episode. Highly recommend it

Why are you reading this, subscribe already!!!

If you are a comedy writer, aspiring comedy writer, comedy nerd or a person with ears who likes to hear interesting conversations between funny people, download these podcasts. You like the Daily Show? Great, the host J.R. Havlan has been a writer for the Daily Show since Craig Kilborn was a thing. (On a sidenote: I realize it's only a podcast, but you can tell from his voice that J.R. is devishly good-looking and hopefully smiling while reading this sentence). You like Modern Family? Great, then listen to the Megan Ganz show, she writes for Modern Family and is hilarious. What's that you say, you're an older gentleman and a fan of the older generation of comedy? Well, there is interview with Gene Perret who is basically responsible for everything you ever loved as a child. Childrens Hospital? Rob Cordrey. Everybody Loves Raymond? Phil Rosenthal. That crazy guy on the corner who yells things at the top of his lungs? Lewis Black (you may want to turn down the volume in your headphones for that one). I really don't know why you're still reading this, go listen!

This is solid gold

If you are a comedy writer, or want to be one, you just have to listen to this. It's exactly what you need. Not approximately - EXACTLY.