Listen: Riley Silverman Brad, Beland Lynn., Riley discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Hey, Queiroz this week on the body gassed I have the amazing Riley Silverman Brad is a friend of mine and somebody I have watched do stand up in Los Angeles for several years. Riley was also on take my wife and I love this conversation, especially at the very end. We have like a very honest moment, and I'm so grateful to all of the guests that I have on query who really make themselves formidable and open with me anyway. Enjoy this episode and follow Riley's work on b, Beland Lynn. still. No, no, no careless. These. Hello? Good morning the morning. It is really, it is morning right now as you're the first person talking to to how doing so far so far, all the words have come out clearly and enunciated and everything. You have constructed sentences that I understand and I, it will follow you out. She just gave me a lot of information and I was able to process all of it. Also you're drinking cold brew, warmed up. Have you tasted? It's actually not bad. It's not a great as I, it's, I feel like it's cold brew has a specific taste to it. Unlike warm. Yeah, definitely does not taste like hot coffee high tastes like a tasty. It does have that warm brew vibe, but like really hot. It's strange. And it does feel like in your head, you shouldn't. This tastes like coffee. You're inventing a whole new thing. Yeah. Well, I'm not the studios. Yeah, I'm happy with it. It's it's good on this show. I have guests introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourself shore? I am Riley Silverman and. And I tend to, so it's credits. There's going to be such a hyphen it. So I tended to say comedian and writer feel like comedian encompasses when I act as well. Yeah, absolutely. I have done some dramatic acting on your show as as a matter of fact, you weren't take my way was and I. Yeah, so that was a little bit dramatic. I told some jokes, but I also had a really heavy moment. I've had some. You're doing some acting. Yeah, it was a good real edition. Amazing. Yeah. How how? Let's see. I haven't seen you in a minute you did. You did act on tape? My wife. You also consulted a little bit on the script that you were part of? Yeah, that was amazing. You guys look really cared about making sure the story like rang true to the experience and that was awesome. I've used that as an example, many, many times since then really tell me more about that. What do you mean? Well, like when I first got the script, there was like one law that was first of all that I was even asked to look at it and then also the people know this happened and maybe I shouldn't be telling it, but we'll find out you brought in a bunch of us to have like a Powell of like, oh yeah, yeah, weird about. So, yeah, we the right. The writer's room on take my wife was it was all women in nine by entering folks. And it was like pretty racially diverse, but we didn't have. You know, like this huge budget for this huge room. I can't remember how many writers run the second season. It was like five or six, it'll so what we wanted to do was we wanted it to be women and unbinding folks writing the show because it was about women and nine hundred folks. Actually at the time rea- wasn't even publicly identifying as non binary. So it was a very like women focused show felt important to us to have as many different perspectives on that in a room.."