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We were going to do this show in front of a live audience, but financially we couldn’t.
Doing it without an audience and playing yourself, you can’t gauge it. “I feel like I’m [full of] a lot of Southern hospitality.
After the success of a cookbook and a crafting book (2006’s “I wanted to do it like a PBS-type deal, and they’re great—but after a while, you do want to laugh,” Sedaris says.
Maybe I’ll say one thing, but a lot of people think what I’m saying is me trying to be funny, but I’m really not . I just remember when I was younger saying, ‘Oh, I’m going to do that show when I get older,’” she says. In another, she serves fish and pork chops to a bunch of “businessmen” with a Harvey Weinstein-esque penchant for sexual harassment, the most lascivious of whom is played by Paul Giamatti.
It features a lovely ensemble cast made up mostly of women, from Melanie Lynskey to Anna Camp.