I know you like me.

Good evening, punks and skunks.

So, I don’t know if you all remember the classic sketch Don’t You Wish, from, oh, about five days ago, but you may be surprised to learn that the video was based not, as rumored, on a popular song by the Pussycat Dolls, but on a live sketch we performed in New York and San Francisco. To witness how a sketch makes the leap from stage to screen, you can watch this video of Adam and me doing the live version at one of our shows at the PIT in February, and if you’re in the mood for more, check out this video of Hana and Adam rehearsing the sketch before the SF Sketchfest. I love the faces Adam makes.


(Also, notice how the one note I gave Hana as a director I didn’t follow when I played the role myself a month later.)

3 Comments on “I know you like me.”

  1. Ingrid Cold Says:

    Raizin that was mean of you!….That made me miss Hana more…

  2. sarah & lindsay live together! Says:

    Hana is great in this. Plus Adam’s faces are priceless. This comment is totally lame!

  3. Adam Says:

    Special note: The original title of this sketch (according to one of the filenames I saved the script under) was “Only Pubes” — quite possibly the worst name for a sketch in the history of time.