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New @L7sville Review!!!

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Howdy guys,

I thought that I would share one my current favorite web series with you, Squaresville. I know that I’ve talked about it before, but it is completely worth watching. It’s just amazing and I guess you could say that I’m biased due to the interviews that I’ve done, but I wouldn’t have done them if I didn’t think the show was worth watching.

Below is the playlist for Season 1:

And season 2:

And my thoughts and reactions:

Let me know what you thoughts about the series and my videos is in the comments below.

TTFN,
Nerd

Interview with @L7sville Star, @mkwiles-Part 2!!!

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Howdy guys,

It’s the last part of this particular series of interviews. I’m really sad. I look up to all the people who I’ve done interviews with for this series. Hope you enjoyed this.

MK Talks about Squaresville and The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

You play Lydia Bennet in The Lizzie Bennet Diaries (LBD). What is LBD for readers who haven’t seen it?
The Lizzie Bennet Diaries ia a modern-day vlog-style adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

Who is Lydia Bennet?
She is the younger sister of Lizzie and Jane. Lydia is known for being a bit of a loose cannon party girl, but as time has gone on I’m quite happy to say we’ve been able to add a lot more to her than appears on the surface.

Who else is in LBD?
We have a wonderful cast. Ashley Clements plays Lizzie, Laura Spencer plays Jane, Julia Cho plays Charlotte Lu, Christopher Sean plays Bing Lee, Jessica Jade Andres plays Caroline Lee, Maxwell Glick plays Ricky Collins, Briana Cuoco plays Mary Bennet, my cat Rosie plays Kitty Bennet, Wes Aderhold plays George Wikcham, Janice Lee plays Maria Lu, Craig Frank plays Fitz, and Daniel Vincent Gordh plays William Darcy.

What is Squaresville?
Squaresville is a web series about two girls, Esther and Zelda, in high school in the suburbs trying to be and do more than their surroundings afford them. It follows their misadventures and yearnings to make a difference.

Who do you play and what is she like?
I play Zelda, and she is the idealist of the two. She is the one wanting to be abducted by aliens or traveling through time and she often drags Esther along with her. Zelda is quiet but sharp, optimistic but judgmental, good-hearted but also condescending. She’s a wonderful character and I feel so lucky to be playing her.

Who else is in the cast?
Kylie Sparks plays Esther, Austin Rogers is Percy, David Ryan Speer plays Wayne, Tiffany Ariany plays Shelly, Chrissie Weatherup is Sarah, Jim Mahoney is Ozzy, Henry Monfries is Pete, and there are many many more talented actors who appear.

In what ways do you relate to your character, Zelda? Why?
I relate to Zelda in many ways more than any other character I play. Her optimism and her idealism which are in many ways her core are things that I have as well. I grew up wanting to be more and do more and experience more than my surroundings could afford me. My wants very much align with Zelda’s, and I was very much a “geek” or “nerd” or “outcast” in high school. She and I have a lot in common.

In what ways are you different than Zelda? Why?
Zelda is a little more sure of herself, at least when it comes to conflict, than I am. Zelda is stubborn and has no problem telling others that they’re wrong. I’m much more of a pushover and hate arguing with people, so I just don’t. I think if both of us could move somewhere towards the middle we’d both be better for it.

Who do you think you are most like, Lydia or Zelda? Why?
I used to think I was just like Zelda and nothing like Lydia. As time has gone on though, I have learned things about both of them that have made me balance that feeling out. I am like Lydia in ways I didn’t realize at first, and unlike Zelda in ways I hadn’t thought about before. I’m somewhere in between them. I have Lydia’s energy but Zelda’s gravity, and Zelda’s desire for activity and Lydia’s optimism.

Which character on Squaresville do you relate to most and why?
Zelda, without a doubt. For all the ways I’ve mentioned.

Congrats on season 1. A little birdy told me that there’s going to be a season 2. What can we expect from Season 2?
Thank you! Yes, there will be a season 2 and I’m very excited about it. I think Season 2 is going to really excite our viewers—I’m really excited about it. There is more of an overarching storyline in some ways, with still the vignette style episodes thrown in. There is a bit more that happens in Season 2—there are some fantastical elements that I’m very excited about. We meet a lot of new characters and the world of Squaresville is fleshed out in new ways. It’s going to be quite fun.

What is a typical day on set like?
Just fun from start to finish. We move fast and we get a lot done, but we are a family and we like nothing better than being together making the show.

You and Kylie Sparks have awesome chemistry. Was it something you had to work on or was it instant?
Kylie and I knew each other before we were cast together—we were at USC together. So we really have a common place that we’re coming from and I definitely feel like the prior knowledge of each other helped us have that foundation for Zelda and Esther’s friendship.

If you could give a high school girl advice, what would it be?
Just don’t worry about what anybody else thinks about you. Do the things that make you feel fulfilled and be silly if you want. Study hard if you want. Be creative. My friends and I did the silliest things in high school and didn’t really care if we were popular or not. I’m really proud of us for that, because I had the absolute most fun in high school. If I had been more concerned with being “popular” I think I would have missed out on so much.

Three reasons to watch both Squresville and LBD.
Squaresville

  1. I bet that no matter who you are, you can relate to at least one scenario in Squaresville.
  2. Matt’s dialogue is fantastic.
  3. It’s about going on adventures, and who doesn’t love adventures?

LBD

  1. If you are a dude, three lovely redheaded sisters.
  2. If you are a lady, Wes Aderhold.
  3. It’s truly unlike any other version of P&P, and unlike any other modern adaptation.

Any words you would like to say?
I’m incredibly grateful to be a part of both these shows and to be playing such different characters. I have made wonderful friends through both of them and am so happy to have connected with our audience in the way that we have. I am very, very lucky. And thanks for the interview!

My last Words

I would really like to thank Matt, Kylie and Mary Kate for their time in doing these interviews. I had a lot of fun reading and editing them. I hope you guys had fun answering them.

If you have a web series or film that you would like me to check out, leave it in the comments below or hit me up on my social media found on the contact page. Thanks.

TTFN,
Nerd

Thanks @mkwiles!!!

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Howdy guys,

I just wanted to let you all know that thanks to my interview with Mary Kate, we’ve hit a new record for most views in a day with 596. That is about 4.5 times higher than the last record. It’s really neat to see that people have enjoyed the interview with her.

Anyways, here’s the video that I record yesterday. There were some technical issues, but I hope that you enjoy.

If you want to read the interviews that I’ve done with Matt, Kylie and Mary Kate, you can do so here.

Anyway, there should be another new video tomorrow as well as some new interviews coming soon.

TTFN,Nerd

Interview with @L7sville Star, @kyliesparks-Part 2!!!

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Howdy guys,

And we’re back! Yeah. This part is where we get to see what Kylie has to say about the series. Yipee!

Kylie Talks about The Show!

What is Squaresville?
Squaresville is a webseries about two teenage girls dealing with the trials and tribulations of growing up in the suburbs where everyone has settled down a little too quickly.

Who do you play and what is she like?
I play Esther. She is a sarcastic, witty, realist who isn’t afraid of dishing out some truth and knowledge, but she also can be very insecure, very unsure of her future, very supportive and loyal, but when she’s had enough, she has HAD enough. She’s also trying to figure out who SHE is and there’s a part of her that she’s still trying to deal with and figure it out.

Who else is in the cast?
The main cast consists of Mary Kate Wiles, who plays Zelda (Esther’s BFF), Austin Rogers as Percy (The third prong in Esther and Zelda’s triangle), Tiffany Ariany as Shelly (the resident hot mess and Esther’s foil), David Ryan Speer as Wayne (Zelda’s Love Interest), and Christine Weatherup as Sarah (Zelda’s Big Sister). We also have recurring characters Pete (Wayne’s buddy and Esther’s “date” during Season 1, episode 14, played by Henry Monfries) and Ozzy (Esther’s big brother, played by Jim Mahoney).

In what ways to you relate to your character, Esther? Why?
I really relate to Esther in that personality wise, we are very similar. I’m very sarcastic and loud and I have a filter, I just choose not to use it most of the time, and I’m very independent as well (I think Esther really is truly independent, she’d rather go home and watch Roller Derby or read and do homework than ride a shopping cart, sorry Zelda). I’m also very loyal to my best friends and would do anything for them, and like everyone, I have the tendency to listen to my insecurities sometimes.

In what ways are you different than Esther? Why?
Esther has a lot of angst and insecurity behind her, and while I get that and definitely feel for her there, I’m way more bubbly and although I’m independent and like doing my own thing, I love going out to parties and travelling and exploring world and getting together with my friends and just being crazy. My wardrobe also is different than Esther; while 99% of the clothes I wear on the show are mine, I love dresses, I love fashion and working on my style and aesthetic and seeing what outfits I can come up with (my style is very ‘girly edgy hipster’ where I pair pretty/colorful things with studs and leather jackets and lots of black)

Which character do you relate the most to and why?
I’ve always said if I’m the hybrid of Shelly and Esther. I know Esther like the back of my hand, but Shelly is definitely more my wild and fun side and she can be just as snarky as Esther sometimes.

Congrats on season 1. A little birdy told me that there’s going to be a season 2. What can we expect from season 2. (of course I don’t expect spoilers.)
Thanks so much! I’m so excited about season 2, and it was SO hard to sit on all the season 2 info because 1. We’re all SO stoked about it, and 2. We couldn’t talk about it on social media while we were shooting season 2, which was the complete opposite of protocol for season 1. (don’t worry, I have things I’ll share when the time is appropriate!) Not to spoil anyone who hasn’t watched Squaresville yet, but season 1 ends on a very chaotic time for Esther and in season 2, she really has to evaluate her whole life and who she is and who she wants by her side, and this second season is really about Esther coming into her own. There’s still a ton of snark (it’s Esther, obviously the girl is still her typical sarcastic self!) plus we have some episodes that were REALLY fun to shoot because of the creativity involved.

What is a typical day on set like?
Crazy. Seriously, we shoot anywhere from 10-14 pages a day (for reference, a typical studio movie shoots 1-3 pages a day, a one hour TV show shoots 5-8 pages a day, and a sitcom will pre-tape scenes before shooting most of the episode in front of a live audience) and we have 12 hours to do it. But we have the most fun and the crew and cast have been together now for over 2 years doing the show, so it’s really more like extreme playtime because we love what we do and we laugh a LOT. Even when things are heated and intense, there are times where I literally have to bite my cheek to not laugh.

You and Mary Kate Wiles (MK) (co-star) have an awesome chemistry. Was it something you had to work on or was it instant? Why or why not?
It was pretty instant. MK and I knew each other before we found out we were going to be on the show together because we went to USC at the same time since the School of Theatre was a very close community. We became better friends because of the show, definitely, but when we first started we really got to know each other well and now we just lock it in and do it since we’ve been in the trenches for so long.

If you could give a girl in high school advice, what would it be?
If you have a passion, invest your spare time in it. People suck and in these four years, people will be your friend one minute and hurt you the next, but if you have a passion you love, devote all the negativity in your life into energy for your passion. You will find true friends that will love you for you and you don’t need to feel pressure to be perfect all the time, and bullies are just insecure individuals who don’t know how else to deal with it and take it out on people. You are worth fighting for, and you will grow up to be a kickass person.

If you haven’t seen the series, three reasons to watch.
1. It deals with real issues that make you think while making you laugh at the same time.

2. The Squaresville Community (or Squares/family of Squares as we call them) is one of the most supportive, loving, creative communities I’ve ever seen. You don’t just watch the show; you become invested and build friendships because of it, and we love our Squares and we love making the show for you

3. Everyone can relate to feeling like Zelda and Esther, whether you’re a teen girl or a 40-something man. We all have felt the same way at one point in our lives and we still work on the pursuit of happiness (or even the pursuit of okay-ness.)

Any words you would like to say?
If you’ve been around for season 1, whether it’s been since the beginning or you’re just joining us, thank you. You are the reason we make our show and we love making our show. We are so excited for season 2….so many new twists and turns in store, plus, as we announced during our supersized Google hangout during Wonderly Weekend, a whole new video format will be happening as well, so season 2 is going to be epic.

Stay Tuned!!!

We got two more weeks of interviews with Squaresville star, Mary Kate Wiles. I hope that you enjoyed this one and will continue reading my blog.

TTFN,
Nerd

Interview with @L7sville Star, @kyliesparks-Part 1!!!

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Howdy guys,

I hope that you enjoy this interview with Kylie Sparks, one of the stars of Squaresville, as much as I did. She’s a really, really funny woman. We’ve had many a chat on twitter and they were fantastic.

Courtesy of Kylie Sparks

Courtesy of Kylie Sparks

Getting to Know Kylie

For those of us who don’t know much about you, tell me a little bit about yourself.
Hi! My name is Kylie Sparks and I play Esther on “Squaresville.” I was born and raised in Tulsa, OK, but have been living in Los Angeles since I was about 17 (I started coming out here part-time when I was 13) and steadily working as an actor ever since, including during college (I graduated from USC). I have two dogs, love fashion, writing, music (both singing and listening to it!), travelling, and just generally having a good time.

How did you get started in acting?

I always credit my second grade teacher, Susan Sullivan, because she cast me in my first play-a simple retelling of Snow White for the Second Grade Fairy Tale Tea Day and I played the Wicked Queen. It was love at first sight for me, and I began training in Tulsa at a performing arts studio, Theatre Arts, in musical theatre, dance, voice, and acting (on top of the 1200 other extracurriculars I participated in) as well as doing theatre around town. I was 13 when my mother and I decided to try auditioning in Los Angeles, and was in LA part-time while still going to school in Tulsa. I ultimately began homeschooling and tested out of High School when I was 16 and booked my first professional job, the IFC Films feature “Pizza.”

What are some of the shows and films that you were in?
Besides “Pizza,” where I was the female lead opposite Ethan Embry and a whole ensemble of incredible actors, I’ve recurred on ABC’s “Complete Savages” and “Desperate Housewives,” as well as guest starring on such shows as “Bones,” “Melissa & Joey,” “ER,” and “Greek,” among other shows and have worked in commercials, stage, and other new media series. I recently worked on my second feature, an indie college-football-slacker comedy called “Mr. Intangibles” that should be out in 2013.

What were some of your favorite projects and why?
I really can’t pick a favorite because I have been so spoiled in my career that every job has been absolutely incredible and I learn so much from each of them. If I HAD to choose, it’s a three-way tie between Complete Savages, ER, and Squaresville. I started watching ER from the VERY beginning at 7 years old (my mom was a huge fan of George Clooney, and I don’t blame her!), and 10 years later I was a guest lead on one of my favorite shows, so it was a dream come true and I got to work with some of the best actors on television that I had been watching for years. Squaresville has been our “little engine that could” that when we shoot the show, we are a family, and while we are shooting a ridiculous amount of work each day, I come home exhausted but happy and just excited about the whole thing even if there are times where I personally feel frustrated or anxious about how I did that day, I just know the next day I get to see my friends again. The same is for Complete Savages-it was my first television job, I had three lines in the pilot but they treated me like I was one of the stars of the show and when the series was picked up, they kept asking me back and every time I stepped onto the set, I felt like I was home. I had a whole family of people who just loved their job and fought for it tooth and nail and always had my back 100%.

If you weren’t acting, what would you be doing as a career?

Acting has been the only job I’ve ever known and I’m not sure what I would do as an alternate. I think I’d probably go back to school for journalism or producing to learn how to be a film producer or an agent or a music journalist, but I’m hoping that’s not the case (although at some point I do want to write and develop my own projects to produce down the road.)

Dream project and why?
There are so many people I want to work with that I admire and that I met that as long as I get to keep working, that’s my ultimate dream. I hope someday I get to be in a film adaptation of a book or two that I love (or the film adaptations of musicals I’m obsessed with since I started in musical theatre) just because it would be extra-special to me.

If you could work with any actor/actress living or dead, who would be and why?
Well, besides Bradley Cooper (who I LOOOOOOOVE. This is not new information, haha!) I want to work with Marion Cotillard. She is absolutely flawless and incredible in everything she does and she just seems like the nicest person on the planet who just does her job and doesn’t get sucked into all the hoopla. And I think if I could go back in time, I’d love to work with Danny Kaye, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Doris Day, and Rosemary Clooney. White Christmas is one of my favorite films ever, and I LOVE Doris Day in Pillow Talk. It’s such an adorable classic.

Tips for beginning actors?

Tenacity. Keep going. It’s hard, but to survive, you have to keep going and work hard every day. It gets tough (believe me, I know and still experience it), but the pay off is so worth it. At the same time, do not take this whole game seriously. That will kill your spirit (and your career) in the long run, because you have to have something else you love that will distract you during the hard times.

Tips for people who want to create their own web series?
I’m very new to the web space, but what I’ve learned is that if you have an idea and a camera, just do it. Write it out. Shoot it, whether you have a point-and-shoot camera (or even an iPhone) and a few friends or a professional camera with a boom and grips and a crew of a bajillion, as long as you just do it and you do the best job you can, there’s room for everyone.

Tips for surviving auditions?
Don’t let the mind games win. Just go in, be prepared, but have fun and be nice to everyone. Learning HOW to audition is also necessary, so be in class to learn how to audition so you can get the job.

Quick fire questions
Coke or Pepsi?
Diet both (I have a serious addiction to diet soda!)

Cats or dogs?
DOGS.

Summer or winter?
Winter!

Hugs or kisses?
Both 😉

Fame or fortune?
Fortune.

Which is worse: speaking in front of a crowd or writing a paper?

This is gonna sound so weird coming from me, but speaking in front of a crowd. NERVEWRACKING.

Time travel to: the past or the future?

probably the future.

Celebrity magazine or newspaper?

celebrity mag (you can always get the news online!)

Fave food?

pancakes.

Fave book?

oh MAN this question hurts me…tie between “On the Road” by Jack Kerouac, Tina Fey’s “Bossypants,” anything by Nick Hornby, Joe Meno’s “Hairstyles of the Damned,” and one of the most haunting memoirs I’ve ever read, “Wasted” by Marya Hornbacher.

Fave color?
Blue, Black, and Silver.

Stay Tuned

Next week, we have the final part to Kylie’s interview and then we have the final two interviews with the other star, Mary Kate Wiles.

TTFN,
Nerd

New Video!!!

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Howdy guys,

I posted a new video yesterday in which I preform some poetry and promote some things that I love. Watch below:

Stay tuned for the started of my interview with Kylie Sparks tomorrow and for my video review of the first episode of season 2 of Squaresville on Friday.

TTFN,
Nerd

Interview with @L7sville Creator, @mrmattenlow-Part 2!!!

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Howdy guys,

Here is the second part of my interview with Matt. Here you will get his insight into the show.

Matt Talks About his “Baby”

What is Squaresville?
The story of two best friends best-friend-ing.

Who is in your cast?
Mary Kate Wiles, Kylie Sparks, Austin Rogers, Tiffany Ariany, David Ryan Speer, and Christine Weatherup round out our regular cast.

What was your inspiration for the series?
Growing up bored in the suburbs, I never felt like any TV or movie got it right. There was always too much to do in those shows. The drama of my life came from trying to decide if I should walk the extra long way home with my friends, or only the kind of long way home so that I made it home in time for the first re-run of the Simpsons or Seinfeld. (Answer, watch the Simpsons at Greg’s (but remember to call your Mom to let her know once you got there) then wait for the first few minutes of Seinfeld to see if you’ve already seen it or not so that you can decide whether or not to book it and watch Star Trek: The Next Generation at home or not).

What were your reasons for wanting to make the series?
There wasn’t anything that really represented my feelings as a young person out there. It was all high-gloss drama, which is great on its own terms (ideally) but didn’t speak to a decidedly un-glossy, un-dramatic kid like me. I wanted to make a show I would have loved at that age.

So you Kickstarted to fund season 1, but shot the series before you had secured all the funds. What was that like and why did you do that?
That was the scariest thing I’d ever done. We had to shoot before Kickstarter had ended because there were circumstances that would incapacitate the production for at least six months, otherwise. Trust me, I would have much preferred waiting, as Kickstarter is a full time job. It was do or die, so I went for it. Also, to be clear, if we hadn’t made our Kickstarter goal, I would have been sunk. This was not a situation where I could have afforded to bank roll the show on my own. If we hadn’t made that money back, I would have basically been ruined. So hooray! We made it! It worked! Don’t do what I did!

Tell me about the casting process.
The casting process is a long, long, long one. We all have day jobs, so casting was something that occurred on weekends. We put up a break down, weed through headshots and resumes, call people in, call them back, mix them up with our cast, and see what sticks. We didn’t do anything out of the ordinary (other than do all the work ourselves) but you just have to be patient, and trust that you’ll find the right person.

What is a day on set like?
It’s the most exhausting, fun thing ever. As I’ve said, I know the majority of the crew very, very well. They’re old college buddies for the most part. We start pretty early, and while the crew sets up, I feel out how everyone is on their lines and character. I try to talk with the actors, maybe even rehearse, and then we’re off to the races. We shoot about 10-14 pages everyday (a movie shoots 2), we pack up, and do it all over again.

Which character do you relate the most to and why?
The main three (Zelda, Percy, Esther) are each a slice of my personality, but I think that Percy is the most clearly me. Though, I have Zelda’s stubbornness at my worst, and Esther’s Snark at my crankiest. Percy’s stories are the easiest for me, plot-wise, because he moves through the world so naively, which is very similar to me, even now.

If you haven’t seen the series, three reasons to watch.
Squaresville has: Laughs, smooches, and sarcasm in equal parts. 

Any words you would like to say?
Excelsior, true believers.

Stay Tuned!

The next two weeks, we will be hearing from Kylie Sparks one of the stars of the show. I have a feeling that you guys will become a big fan of hers like I have.

TTFN,Nerd

Interview with @L7sville Creator, @mrmattenlow-Part 1!!!

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Howdy guys,

I’m really excited about this series of interviews with the creator and stars of a new favorite web series, Squaresville. You’ll want to watch the series after these interviews. It’s up on YouTube for your viewing pleasure.

I will be posting in two parts as usual and I will be posting one part a week. But, now it’s time for the interview with the creator of the series Matt Enlow.

Getting to Know Matt

For those of us who don’t know much about you, tell me a little bit about yourself.
I’ve been doing web series for about 6 years now, as a writer director. My wife and I started with a series called “Engaged” that I’m still proud of, but that really shows the growth in technology available to people like me in just a few years.

How did you get started in film making?
As a kid I always dreamed of doing special effects for ILM. I grew up in Sacramento, so the bay area and Lucas Film was very close, and very real for me. Later I grew to be interested in the independent film movement. I guess you could say that a DIY mentality, and a love for tactile film making combined to make Squaresville.

What were some of your favorite projects and why?
Squaresville is my baby, so that’ll always have a special place in my heart. My two other series, Mountain Man and Engaged will always be dear to me as well, as I’ve been lucky enough to make shows with basically the same group of friends for the last five years.

If you weren’t making films, what would you be doing as a career?
I’m still very interested in teaching. I think a lot of the themes we’re working through on Squaresville come from a desire to inform and improve young people’s lives, so it seems like an obvious jump.

Dream project and why?
A comic book movie – maybe Superman or Animal Man. I love the idea of working in a storied universe that people love and are familiar with.  OR, more recently, guesting on an episode of Dr. Who. That would be amazing.

If you could work with any actor/actress living or dead, who would be and why?
Weird Al Yankovich. NO DUH.

Tips for beginning filmmakers?
It’s the most common, and it’s the best: just go do it. Waiting is for suckers, and it has literally never been easier to produce your own media. What are you waiting for?

Tips for people who want to create their own web series?
Have a simple idea that you can explain in a single sentence. “A group of online gamer friends are forced to meet in real life” (The Guild), “A regular guy gets sucked into the Legend of Zelda” (The Legend of Neil), “A couple gets married after a wild night in vegas and decides to give it a shot” (Husbands). This is great for two reasons; one, in a short format like web, you need to be able to dig into your story as soon as possible, and having a simple notion of what your show is will help that, and two, when you’re at family gatherings or parties, you want to be able to explain what your show is succinictly so that you have as MUCH time as possible to explain to your aunt what a web series is (phrases like “No, it’s not on TV, it’s on the computer” or “we get money through the little ads at the bottom, but no, it’s not very much, and yes, I still have my day job” will be handy also). [editor’s note: Go and watch all of the series he mentioned. They are some awesome series.]

Quick fire questions
Coke or Pepsi?

Coke if had to choose.

Cats or dogs?
Dogs.

Summer or winter?
Summer no duhz.

Hugs or kisses?
Smooches.

Fame or fortune?
Fortune. Are you kidding me?

Which is worse: speaking in front of a crowd or writing a paper?
They’re worse for different reasons, but my home field advantage is always writing.

Time travel to: the past or the future?
FUTURE

Celebrity magazine or newspaper?
Newspaper.

Fave food?
Coffee.

Fave book?
Can I say “understanding comics”? I really love that book.

Fave color?
Black.

Note from Matt: Looking at my answers makes me seem way angstier than I am, you guys. Can I just add, that I really love like, the teenage pop stylings of Allison Weiss or something? I’m coming off like such a cliche.

Stay Tuned

Stay tuned for more from Matt. I think you’ll enjoy what he has to say about his show.

TTFN,
Nerd