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    #14 - Reading Our Most Unhinged Sketches w/ Olivia Sui

    enSeptember 25, 2023

    Podcast Summary

    • Uncle's dry humor shapes Olivia's unique sense of wacky witOlivia's rebellious and goofy sense of humor was influenced by her uncle's quiet, unconventional joke telling, despite her parents' disapproval.

      Olivia's unique sense of humor, described as wacky, weird, random, and even a "gross, wet alleyway," was shaped by her uncle who raised her. His dry, expressionless delivery of jokes made him the funniest person she knew, despite being serious in demeanor. Olivia's parents, on the other hand, were more serious and didn't understand her sense of humor. Her uncle's constant pranking and joking, delivered quietly, created a rebellious and goofy dynamic in their family. Olivia learned to be funny by observing and emulating her uncle's unconventional approach to humor. Despite not believing she's funny herself, she knows her humor resonates with others.

    • Breaking the rules and embracing the unexpected in comedyFavorite comedy moments often deviate from traditional structure, unplanned spontaneous moments add value, and fully committing to a performance is crucial.

      The best moments in comedy, whether it's on stage or in a video, often come from breaking the rules and embracing the unexpected. The comedian in this conversation shares that their favorite moments of comedy, both in their own performances and in the work of others, are the ones that don't follow a traditional structure or logic. These moments, while they may be a risk and could potentially fall flat, are often the most memorable and enjoyable for both the performer and the audience. The comedian also mentions their appreciation for unplanned, spontaneous moments and the importance of committing fully to a performance, even if it means breaking character or laughing silently. Overall, the conversation highlights the value of taking risks and embracing the unexpected in comedy.

    • Being too aware can hinder improv performancesStaying present and fully engaged is crucial for successful improv, but being overly aware can make it difficult to focus on the task at hand.

      Being overly aware of one's surroundings can sometimes hinder the ability to fully engage in the moment, especially in improvisational performances. This was discussed during a story shared by Olivia about a time when she and a friend were at a grocery store, and Olivia missed a clear sign of interest from another woman. The friend, who is more socially aware, picked up on the cue and pointed it out. Olivia and her friend both agreed that they can sometimes be too aware, making it difficult to stay present and fully focus on the task at hand. This can be a challenge, as being present and fully engaged is crucial for successful improv performances. Additionally, they discussed their experience writing and performing rejected sketches, emphasizing the importance of not overthinking and just going with the flow.

    • Writing Exercise: Identifying Voices Through Partner SketchesPartner writing exercise leads to humor, playfulness, and valuable feedback as writers explore each other's unique voices and styles.

      During a writing exercise, the speakers engaged in an activity where they each wrote sketches in each other's voices, intending to identify whose writing was closer to the original. The exercise resulted in unexpected humor and playfulness, with each person writing in different voices, including their own and their partner's. The sketches varied greatly, with one example involving a character named Lulu trying to show a couple a lizard at the Silver Lake Reservoir. Despite some confusion and misunderstandings, the exercise was seen as enjoyable and a good opportunity to critique each other's work and learn from one another. The speakers were excited to read each other's sketches and compare them to their own, recognizing the value in writing from different perspectives.

    • A quirky encounter at the Silver Lake ReservoirEmbrace the unusual and unexpected interactions with strangers for a unique perspective on community life

      The interaction between the couple and Lulu at the Silver Lake Reservoir showcases the quirky and unconventional behavior of locals. Lulu, an older woman, surprises the couple with her eccentricities, leaving them amused and intrigued. This scene, as described by the speaker, reveals a unique and humorous perspective on the community living near the reservoir. The speaker also shares her inspiration behind writing this scene, which involves imagining Olivia as an older woman and envisioning her interacting with strangers. Overall, this exchange highlights the importance of embracing the unusual and the unexpected in everyday life.

    • Planning an unconventional wedding sketchThe sketch involved Olivia playing multiple roles, unexpected twists like The Weeknd playing naked, and a commercial break for a Swiffer ad.

      This conversation involved planning for a sketch where Olivia would play multiple roles, including the bride, Cindy, and an attendee. The sketch, titled "Stanley Tucci," was set in Long John Silver's during the 1980s and featured unexpected twists, such as The Weeknd playing the organ naked and the bride being 8 feet tall. The groom, played by Amanda, would recite heartfelt vows, while the officiant, also played by Amanda, would unexpectedly pull out M&M's during the ceremony. The conversation also included some improvisation and a commercial break for a Swiffer ad. Overall, the sketch promised to be an unconventional and entertaining wedding scene.

    • Olivia's Unpredictable Writing ProcessOlivia's writing process is unpredictable and often starts with a simple idea, evolving into something unexpected and humorous. She uses free writing and is inspired by various sources. Her writing style lacks logic and through line, with jokes turning frequently.

      Olivia's creative process is unpredictable and often starts with a simple idea or setup, which can then evolve into something unexpected and humorous. She uses free writing as a way to get her thoughts out and often struggles with writing premise-based sketches. Her inspiration can come from various sources, such as everyday situations or even famous figures like Stanley Tucci or Tony the Tiger. Her writing style is characterized by a lack of logic and through line, with jokes turning at every other line. Despite her perfectionism, she continues to write and is motivated by her collaborators. The name "Stanley Tucci" for her sketch was originally meant for a sketch about him but ended up having no connection, yet she kept the name out of fondness for it.

    • Appreciating the Joy in CreativityCreating content from passion leads to better work and personal enjoyment. Olivia's unique twists on characters bring humor and joy to the creative process.

      Creating content comes from a place of passion and enjoyment, not just for the sake of recognition or financial gain. The speaker admires Olivia's consistent output and the fun she seems to have in her creative projects. The speaker also appreciates Olivia's impressions and the unique twists she adds to characters, even if they are not originally portrayed as sexual beings. The speaker finds humor in adding the "secret ingredient" of horniness to characters, even when it may not be fitting according to the character's canon. Overall, the conversation highlights the importance of enjoying the creative process and finding joy in the work itself.

    • Exploring the Complexity of Horny CharactersCreating horny characters requires careful consideration to avoid coming off as creepy. Unusual horniness can make it more acceptable and even funny. Editing and keeping sketches concise is important. Generational differences influence character development.

      Creating characters, especially those with complex traits like horniness, requires careful consideration and can lead to unexpected and humorous results. The speaker expressed concerns about portraying horny characters, fearing it might come off as creepy. However, they suggested that making the character's horniness centered around something unusual, like being horny for desks or numbers, could make it more acceptable and even funny. The conversation also touched on the importance of editing and keeping sketches concise, as well as the influence of generational differences on character development. For instance, the Gen Z police officers in a sketch discussed would likely have distinctly different dialogue and experiences compared to older generations. Overall, the conversation emphasized the importance of creativity, experimentation, and self-awareness when developing characters.

    • Creating a sketch in a short timeframeQuick thinking and being open to new ideas can lead to creative breakthroughs. Being prepared and seizing opportunities can result in impressive work.

      Creativity can strike at any moment, and sometimes the best ideas come when we least expect them. In this discussion, a sketch was written and developed within a short timeframe, demonstrating the power of quick thinking and the importance of being open to new ideas. The sketch featured a group of older women, one of whom was a racially profiling police officer, and their interactions showcased a unique dynamic between them. The rapid creation of this sketch highlights the value of being prepared and seizing opportunities when they arise. Additionally, the conversation touched on the idea that speed can be a sign of talent in the creative industry.

    • Discovering shared comedic sensibilitiesDuring a discussion about sketch comedy characters, the speakers found they had each written a sketch in the same quirky style. They appreciated each other's unique strengths and brainstormed ideas for a potential collaboration.

      The world of comedy writing is full of surprises, and even the most serious situations can be infused with humor. During a discussion about their sketch comedy characters, the speakers discovered that they had each written a sketch in the style of Olivia, a quirky and unconventional character. The realization that there are Gen Z cops who might be using similar language in real life added to the amusement. The speakers appreciated each other's unique strengths as writers and couldn't decide which sketch was more like Olivia. They even brainstormed ideas for a potential collaboration, incorporating their shared sense of the absurd into a new sketch. Ultimately, the conversation underscored the importance of staying open-minded and embracing the unexpected in the creative process.

    • Misunderstandings from simple wordsClear communication is crucial to prevent misunderstandings and unexpected outcomes, even in seemingly simple situations.

      Communication can lead to misunderstandings and unexpected outcomes, even when it seems simple like using the word "bro." In this discussion, the group was planning a sketch where they all impersonated a friend, using the word "bro" excessively. The friend, however, didn't use the word and found it annoying when they woke him up in the middle of the night to discuss a potential gift. The misunderstanding led to an emotional reaction, and the friend revealed that he had actually bought a mime for their living space to build excitement for a new show about mimes. The mime ended up being left outside due to a misunderstanding, leading to further humor in the sketch. The conversation highlights the importance of clear communication and understanding to avoid misunderstandings and ensure everyone is on the same page.

    • A conversation about who's the most 'bro' on SmoshThe discussion revealed that the person speaking was seen as the broiest due to their love for sports, IPA, and impulsive decisions, but they didn't fully identify with the stereotypical bro traits.

      During a conversation, one person expressed their excitement about a new Netflix show and their impulsive behavior, leading to the discussion about who among them is the most "bro" or stereotypically masculine cast member on their YouTube channel, Smosh. The conversation revealed that the person speaking was considered the broiest due to their love for sports, IPA, and impulsive decisions. However, they didn't see themselves as overly bro-y, as they didn't categorize themselves with typical bro traits like skateboarding or gambling. They also mentioned that they started wearing a chain as a fashion accessory, which led to a discussion about various fashion trends and the meaning behind them. Overall, the conversation showcased the dynamic and sometimes playful banter between the two cast members.

    • Friends' Fashion Choices Influence Each OtherFriends' fashion trends can unintentionally overlap, influencing each other's choices and shaping individual styles.

      Fashion trends can influence each other in unexpected ways, even between friends. Shane and Ian, two individuals in the content creation industry, found themselves unintentionally adopting similar fashion choices. Shane started wearing a gold chain necklace and tucking in his shirts more frequently, only to discover that Ian had also made the same decisions. The situation escalated when they both purchased the same terry cloth shirt, leading Shane to consider a prank to outdo Ian. Shane also noticed a trend of more men tucking in their shirts and suggested high-waisted pants as the next fashion move. Despite the playful banter, it's clear that their shared experiences and influences shape their individual styles.

    • New comedy project: Smosh pit theaterThe Smosh group is creating a new comedy project called Smosh pit theater, featuring absurd characters and promising to deliver it before Christmas.

      The group is planning to create a new comedy project called a "Smosh pit theater," where they will perform absurd and funny characters they have come up with, including Angela's Hand Cake, Gen Z police officers, and Lulu. They are excited about the project and promise to deliver it before Christmas, although the set and props are still being prepared. A secret was revealed during the conversation that the plants in the room were not real, but they asked the audience to keep it a secret. Overall, the group is passionate about creating entertaining content and is looking forward to sharing their new project with their audience.

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