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Watch “Every Interview Is a Winding Road” from Top Story! Weekly Episode 183: “Coming Clean”

January 22, 2013

Lance Armstrong. Manti Te’o. What a great week this past week was for comedy about the news. We had Mike McLendon in our cast that week to play Lance and Tammie Smalls to play Oprah so at the readthrough we brainstormed ideas on how to hit the interview. I riffed, “Sheryl Crow doesn’t really exist”…and here’s the result!

EVERY INTERVIEW IS A WINDING ROAD by Michael Hughes

Starring Tammie Smalls (Oprah Winfrey) and Mike McLendon (Lance Armstrong)

Directed by Michael Hughes

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Watch “The Eternal Pyramid” from Top Story! Weekly Episode 147: “What Happens in Colombia…”!!

April 26, 2012

The sound is crappy on this one but you can still enjoy our tribute to Dick Clark as Matthew McConaughey tries to help him get into heaven!

THE ETERNAL PYRAMID by Michael Hughes

Starring Mike McLendon (St. Peter), Matt Moore (Dick Clark), Tillery Johnson (Matthew McConaughey) and Phillip Wilburn (Ed McMahon)

Directed by Kristina Adelmeyer

Celebrity Public Service Announcements to Help Japan After the Earthquake and Tsunami – from Top Story Weekly Episode 93: “Shock Wave” – with special guest Deanna Russo!

March 21, 2011

Let’s say you run a comedy show based on the news. Right after you read all the sketches submitted for the week and you’re putting together a running order, you learn about a huge tragedy striking. It’s a big story – you can’t ignore it. But you have to be funny without being disrespectful. What do you do?

If you’re me, and you’re trying to address the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, you ask your friends Matt Blitz and Phillip Wilburn to help write a sketch that uses the event to make fun of celebrities who are deserving of the ridicule. All in all, it turned out pretty well.

HERE TO HELP by Michael Hughes, Matt Blitz and Phillip Wilburn

Starring Christopher Biewer (Matt), Kipleigh Brown (Caroline), Brent Pope (Larry), Deanna Russo (Lindsay Lohan), Sean Cowhig (Christian Bale), Tommy Bechtold (Ricky Gervais) and Phillip Wilburn (Charlie Sheen)

Directed by Michael Hughes


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