Laff and Learn

My daughters have introduced me to Studio C, a comedy program that started with The Divine Comedy troupe on the BYU campus who all growed up and were given a gig on TV. They do these  hilarious skits.

Like “Drivers Ed”

And “Blind Date“.

And “Shoulder Devil”.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.  BTW, Studio C airs weekly on BYUtv.

My oldest daughter introduced me to Olan Rogers. Who is crazy.  Here’s “Ghost in the Stalls”

If you loved that, I think you’ll enjoy “Midnight Claw”  

Sock slouch . . .

Next is John Branyan’s brilliant “Three Little Pigs”. My family and I have been enjoying this for months.

Finally, here’s something to think about. You know I enjoyed Jonathan Haidt’s book The Righteous Mind. Matt Wolfe pointed it out his TED talk to me. The one that preceeded his book. If you’re conservative, like I am, this talk will, at times, annoy you.  But the ideas behind it are great.

If you want to be equally enlightened but less annoyed, let me suggest you watch Bill Moyer’s interview of Haidt instead.

 

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2 Responses to Laff and Learn

  1. B.D. Knight says:

    I’ll be laughing on the Three Pigs rendition for a fortnight.

  2. John Brown says:

    BD, I know!