Would the Kardashians still be the Kardashians without their money?
I turned to my dad, because I felt like he had such a lovely comedic sensibility that's so unique—you can feel it in all the Christopher Guest movies that he wrote with him.
The Federalist still exists as a satirical commentary on life at Columbia as well as domestic and international politics but has lost its founding conservative edge.
President Trump's Supreme Court nominee set up a student newspaper to attack political correctness on campus.
Neil Gorsuch, hailed as the heir to conservative jurist Antonin Scalia, was one of three Columbia students who started The Federalist, an 'alternative' paper which took aim at the New York university's 'liberal' campus life.
I would argue that my mom is even funnier than my dad. My sister and I learned what comedy was through my dad, and through friends of the family that we've had. David is just such a bizarre character, and the more we started writing, the more I knew I could really bite into it.
I did theater and a lot of improv all through school, and when I got my job at MTV, my career path sort of took me away from what I was really interested in. It was a really nice pairing, he and I.] He has a complete disregard for just any type of social code.