The latest book by Edi Patterson, “Glitter in the Garbage,” is all about the beauty of the things that we discard. It explores how we can live life more fully and love our lives more deeply. By doing so, we can create a better world.
Edi Patterson is a woman of many talents. She is a writer, singer, and actress. She’s starred in a variety of movies and TV shows. Most recently, she played Jen Abbott on HBO’s Vice Principals. But she’s also appeared in movies like Troop Zero and Between Two Ferrns: The Movie. And she even had a small role in Rian Johnson’s Knives Out.
Knives Out is a new mystery film directed by Rian Johnson. It will be released in theaters on November 27, 2019. Daniel Craig and Christopher Plummer are among the stars. Other cast members include Michael Shannon, Toni Collette, and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Knives Out is a clever take on the detective mystery genre. It features an undocumented mother, a Clue-esque estate, and commentary on the current state of America. As the title suggests, the main mystery is resolved within the first 30 minutes of the movie.
One of the show’s most interesting conceits is that it is a commentary on the current state of American politics. When the patriarch of an eccentric, combative family dies, the case falls on the shoulders of a master detective.
Glitter in the Garbage
One of the most entertaining podcasts out there is Glitter in the Garbage helmed by comedian and actor Drew Droege. Not only does the show boast a great lineup of guest stars, it also has a plethora of cheesy pop songs and the requisite hoagie mouth hotness. The show also has some of the best production values I’ve seen since my days working as an intern at the Upright Citizens Brigade. If you’re in the Philly area, be sure to check it out.
The show consists of one or more short form sketches per episode, as well as a variety of longer form segments. In addition to the show’s hilarity, Drew Droege is also a member of the improvisational comedy troupe The Groundlings Sunday Company. On top of that, he is a frequent performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. His credits include a performance in the Don’t Tell My Mother showcase event and a featured role in the UCB breakdancing movie musical.
Edi Patterson plays Judy Gemstone in The Righteous Gemstones. She is the only female in an overtly misogynistic family.
She is the middle child of Eli and Aimee-Leigh Gemstone She enjoys being the youngest member of her family, but a surprise pregnancy from Aimee-Leigh has resentment building.
Her squabbling siblings over plotlines are a source of irritation. After a brief interlude between seasons, BJ and Judy eloped. It will be a huge issue in the family.
In the meantime, she works as a secretary for the family’s church. Judy has a strong middle child complex. She wants attention from her parents, but they never acknowledge her.
Despite her strong commitment to BJ, she is still fiercely loyal to her family. Baby Billy, the son of her parents, is a bad influence. He sells cosmetic “healing” products. His father is a famous televangelist who founded a megachurch.
As Judy grows up, she learns to dance with Baby Billy. When they perform together at Locust Grove, she is referred to as Judy-Leigh.
Bean dip talk
If you are a fan of improvised comedy, you should check out Edi Patterson’s Bean dip talk. In this series, the actress and comedian will improvise on suggestions made by the audience. The show premieres on March 2nd, 2021.
In this episode, the Bean dip talk discusses love life. Joan talks about her “Bluebell Ear,” a noise party she attended, and side-by-side sleeping. Burnt and Joan discuss Calix, the Sugarhill Gang, and the possibility of turning the house into a museum for the Sugarhills. And then, the podcast features a new song from Leo Carpazzi. After that, the two are joined by record producer Jack Persimmons, who talks about Tone Deaf Records.
With guest interviews and behind-the-scenes work, the Bean dip talk is a great way to catch a few laughs. So don’t forget to check out this podcast and follow its profile for more updates! You never know, you might even get some new credit! Keep in mind that this is an improvisational podcast, so expect a few bumps in the road.