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Top 10 reasons we love comedian Matt Walsh

Article: Top 10 reasons we love comedian Matt Walsh

If you’ve watched a few Hollywood comedies in the past three or four years, chances are you’ve caught a glimpse of Matt Walsh. Comic bit player is sort of his secret identity, which transforms into super funny Upright Citizens Brigade founder and improv master on stage. Here are ten reasons to love this under-sung comic genius.

Tune into see Matt Walsh on THE MORTIFIED SESSIONS, Monday November 12th 10p.

GET TO WORK: Hustling only gets you so far

Article: GET TO WORK: Hustling only gets you so far

Emotions run high this week at Strive. Bailey needs to get her life back on track to reconnect with her family. And does Jonathan’s pink slip mean the end or a new beginning? In a particularly poignant scene, instructor Rob Smith is touched when Strive’s co-founder pays a visit…

"Maintain a professional demeanor": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

Article: "Maintain a professional demeanor": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

This week on GET TO WORK, check yourself before you wreck yourself — sage advice for those seeking employment. Aged convict Danny hopes to earn back his family’s trust. And will a bad attitude mean another pink slip for Dariush? Meanwhile, if Stacey can’t provide for his family, he’ll lose them. This week’s tip may seem obvious, but it bears repeating.

Prajje puts it ALL ON THE LINE — are those clown clothes?

Article: Prajje puts it ALL ON THE LINE — are those clown clothes?



Struggling fashion designer Prajje Jean-Baptiste is going to be facing several challenges tonight, as Joe Zee strives to save this once successful line from ruin. Joe appreciates Prajje’s bold use of color, but trying to do both women’s and menswear has left the designer unfocused and out of touch. When he previews his latest collection, Joe doesn’t see a single outfit anybody would want to wear.

"Be confident, not arrogant": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

Article: "Be confident, not arrogant": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

This week on GET TO WORK, you’ll meet Cesar, who has just been released from prison and hopes to get his 1-year-old son back in his life. That won’t happen until he finds — and keeps — a job. Will a lack of confidence stand in the way of his dream? Newly sober Janielle wants to stay on the right path by entering the workforce, but will the pressure of Strive lead to a relapse? And homeless veteran Audrea has been through the tough test of basic training but never a program quite like this. The only thing holding her back now is her attitude. She has a choice: Change her behavior or get the boot.

Top 10 overlooked films about sex, drugs and rock & roll

Article: Top 10 overlooked films about sex, drugs and rock & roll

There’s nothing like a loud, snarling film to bring out your deviant inner fist pump. Ever since Bill Haley hit the big screen urging kids to rock around the clock, we’ve been relying on movies as vicarious views into rebellious rock, meaningless sex and recreational drug use. (And perhaps a few of us have even tried one or two of those ourselves…)

"Be on time": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

Article: "Be on time": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

Tonight on GET TO WORK (10P), job trainers Rob and Chase help unemployed people change their lives. Former car thief Helen hopes a fresh start will earn back her daughter’s trust. Brian’s arrogance may get him voted out of class. And Quincy’s temper flares up after a drug test.

Top 10 hicksploitation films

Article: Top 10 hicksploitation films

Aaah… the great American outdoors. It can sure be beautiful, but beware: The further afield you get, the harder it is to find help. Help with what, you may ask? Just ask the boys from DELIVERANCE, currently playing on the Sundance Channel: deviant lunatic hicks, o’course!

Top 10 skills that make you indispensable

Article: Top 10 skills that make you indispensable

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What does it take to land a job — and keep it? The new Sundance Channel series GET TO WORK examines following down-and-out unemployed citizens as they try to pick their lives back up, find work and unlock their potential. But in this environment, almost anyone can relate to this struggle. To help in this process, Assistant Director of Career Services at Strive Katherine Strickle shares 10 critical skills to make you indispensable.

"Always smile": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

Article: "Always smile": Your GET TO WORK tip of the week

On tonight’s GET TO WORK (10:30P), three jobless people face their troubled pasts. Ivan’s American dream is now a nightmare. Alicia grew up mistreated, but needs a dose of humility to get the help she needs. And homeless addict Patrick must graduate or lose his family’s trust for good.

Top 10 films to jumpstart your ambition

Article: Top 10 films to jumpstart your ambition

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We hate to admit it, but life is tough. To persevere, rise above and truly succeed, a very simple choice must be made every day: Am I going to do what it takes to take care of myself and those around me, or am I not? It may feel like that decision gets harder and harder in light of new challenges that present themselves day after day, but the choice always remains our own. The brand new Sundance Channel series GET TO WORK examines this process, following down-and-out unemployed citizens as they try to pick their lives back up, find work and unlock their forgotten potential.

Top 10 films about sexual extremes

Article: Top 10 films about sexual extremes

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It’s mid-August and Hot Summer Nights is in full swing on Sundance Channel. Some of the upcoming movies featured in this “steamy” series focus on sexual extremes: There’s sex addiction in John Waters’ outrageous comedy A DIRTY SHAME and also in the autobiographical tale I AM A SEX ADDICT; AUTOEROTIC follows the sexual obsessions of four Chicago couples; the compelling (but unfortunately named) documentary SEX MAGIC: MANIFESTING MAYA follows the polyamorous life of a sex guru; and INDIE SEX: EXTREMES looks at independent cinema that pushed the boundaries of sexual content in film.

Top 10 Gay stereotypes that just need to stop

Article: Top 10 Gay stereotypes that just need to stop

We see them television, we see them in movies, we see them in small-minded people who saw Will and Grace twice and have a sudden understanding of the gay community as a whole. Here are stereotypes we’re sick of seeing.