January 18, 2005
Sometime last year or so, Shelly Stover moved to New York to pursue a career of some sort. In late November, Shelly showed up on the real television program "Best Week Ever" dressed as a pilgrim! Needless to say, Andrew, Ed, and the guy who played Umbrella Man were shocked.
Posted by monkeyfiasco at January 18, 2005 01:54 AM
I LOVE "Mustache Ed".
Posted by: Napalm at January 18, 2005 02:32 PM
Where can I start? That was so friggin' funny.
"my name was on the credits of the Real World"
"She has really big eyes"
Oh it brings a tear to my eye to see Spidermonkey people on TV. One of the very few pleasures of the past 2 years has been watching you guys on this website. I am glad to see that you guys are still producing stuff! It makes me want to get off my arse and make some new skit comedy of my own.
Posted by: Caleb at January 18, 2005 06:14 PM
It doesn't stop there Shelly fans! You can also catch Shelly in a promo for the Ashlee Simpson show on MTV. It's the one where people are singing "Shadow" in a beauty parlor. Shelly's under one of those hair drying chairs.
Posted by: Andrew at January 23, 2005 07:06 PM
Is that true? When did this happen?
Posted by: Ed at January 24, 2005 11:10 AM
I like to make my rounds around the country to visit my fellow monkeys. Last weekend I went to NYC and Shelly filled me in on all her latest ventures. UCB, MTV promos, Orgasms the play, etc...
Posted by: Andrew at January 24, 2005 02:32 PM
UCB as is Upright citizens brigade? Thats one of my favorite groups. And the main bunch of them did an offbeat TV show once.
Also Rachel Korowitz and Dannah Feinglass who used to work at the College TV station that I used to work at (GSTV4) are involved with the Theater group.
Rachel helped create the skit comedy show which I eventually took over and ruined before I graduated. (Which is now taken over by a bunch of other college kids and being ruined some more).
Pretty cool stuff. I hope Shelly finds sucess.
Posted by: Caleb at January 29, 2005 01:53 PM
More Shelly. Although it is not named, I think I know what "award winning sketch comedy TV show" she is talking about.
Posted by: Ed at January 29, 2005 06:40 PM
Yeah. "The State".
Posted by: Caleb at February 3, 2005 05:21 AM