And, it is like a bug because much of the time, it is really sickening.
Julie: I knew since I was a little kid and forced my family to watch me re-enact Mel Brooks’ movies.
Though often mistaken for a lesbian couple, their “love seat relationship” is strictly platonic.
These dynamic ladies took some time to talk with Tagg about their friendship; their careers; summer; and, of course, television. Brandy: I was born and raised in Southern California.
I think she's hot and wouldn't recommend she get anything "fixed"..wondering why her headshot is so awkward.
Sketch topics include parodies of old sitcoms like The Honeymooners and The Facts of Life under the Nick at Nite-parodying heading "Logo at Nite", a lesbian speed dating session and an extended send-up of Broadway legend Elaine Stritch working as a Wal-Mart greeter, among other decidedly un-glamorous jobs. In 2009, Logo announced plans for a search for new cast members.
Julie: Opinionated, Jewish, sarcastic, and oversensitive; a lezzie and lady-gentleman. When did you know that you wanted to pursue an entertainment career? When the self-conscious hormones of adolescence kicked in, I gave up acting and turned to modeling.
Modeling was my main focus in high school, and I moved to Tokyo for several months to pursue it full time when I was 15 years old.
And, I would make my sister perform plays and puppet shows with me.
I knew comedy was a real path when I was 14 and went to a Jewish youth group convention.