Ali discusses the hilarious musical, Avenue Q, music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx and book by Jeff Whitty.
Check out the Avenue Q Reunion | Stars In The House.
Ali discusses A Chipmunk Christmas starring Alvin and the Chipmunks. She gives an overview of the Chipmunks and their debut song, “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late),” as well as the animated series from the ’80s and The Chipettes before sharing her thoughts on this sweet Christmas special.
Ali interviews artist, Sam Kays. She shares about her experience as a background designer on Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus, her favorite Invader ZIM character and episode, working as a design lead at OddBot, her thoughts on live-action/CGI remakes of 2D animated projects and much more!
Ali interviews TV writer and producer, Shauna McGarry. She shares how she got her start in the industry, what it was like working on Bajillion Dollar Propertie$, details about the award-winning Tuca & Bertie episode she wrote, “The Jelly Lakes,” a deeper look into the two BoJack Horseman season 6 episodes she wrote, “The Face of Depression” and “Angela,” her advice for writers and much more!
Be sure to follow Shauna on Instagram.
Ali interviews award-winning screenwriter, playwright, producer and director, as well as the founder of Jacob Krueger Studio, Jacob Krueger. Jake shares his journey into screenwriting and founding the studio, his thoughts on starting a project from character, plot or process, a deeper look into what’s behind writer’s block, the effect of negative and positive self-talk about your own writing, a different approach to the well-known concept of show, don’t tell and much more!
Ali discusses the heartbreaking reality of Miriam Pataki from Hey Arnold!, touching on episodes such as “Road Trip,” “The Beeper Queen,” “Helga on the Couch” and more.
Be sure to also check out Episode 65 — Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie + “Audaciously Flirting” and Episode 58 — Hey Arnold! + “Care.”
Ali discusses the second Rugrats theatrical film, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. She reminisces about seeing it in theaters, sharing her love of all the heartfelt moments and the addition of new characters to the Rugrats family. Plus, some interesting revelations she never knew about the 2000 hit song from the soundtrack, “Who Let the Dogs Out” by Baha Men.