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The talent for being happy is appreciating and liking what you have, instead of what you don’t have. 

Woody Allen

Three of Hollywood’s most respected writers, Woody Allen, Ethan Coen and Elaine May have made the transition from screenwriter to playwright this fall. Each wrote a comedic one-act play for “Relatively Speaking,” a three-part show.

The show is described as a “one-of-a-kind Broadway experience.” Each act focuses on some aspect of family life and issues. The show stars Julie Kavner, Steve Guttenberg, Mark Linn-Baker and Marlo Thomas in a 15-person cast.

Ethan Coen’s “Talking Cure” uniquely takes on familial insanity. Elaine May’s “George Is Dead” explores the comedic side of death and grief, while Woody Allen’s “Honeymoon Motel” looks at a wedding night in classic Woody Allen fashion.


In one of my classes (I won’t name which one), I have the biggest fucking hipster as my professor. At first, I thought he was the TA or just someone filling in for the day.  But, I was wrong. This professor who will remain anonymous wears cuffed skinny jeans, the same button down shirt, Woody Allen glasses, perfectly placed messy but clean hair, and Urban Outfitters boat shoes.

Not to mention, he believes he is always right and acts extremely pretentious, rambling on and on about how what we are learning is probably so brilliant that no one in the class can even fathom understanding it. I’d like to see someone card him at one of the bars on Marshall St. or even ask for his student ID.  That would be pretty damn funny.

-Fresh Meat

“Bisexuality immediately doubles your chances for a date on Saturday night.”
-Woody Allen