Transcript for 'Suburgatory' Star Ana Gasteyer Interview on Season 2
We were so happy to have among the many stars pitching in yesterday, anna gasteyer, the hit of "suburgatory." I had a chance to talk to her about what her experience was with the hurricane that devastated her hometown. But also, that role on that smash sitcom. Great to have you here. We had jane levy. Talked to her about it when the show was beginning. She plays the normal person. Jeremy is her father. You are fair to say, one of the quirky neighbors. I'm the most normal person in the world. And my character's terribly judgemental about people who do not meet her standards. I'm the nightmare neighbor. I've been told by the davenports that amanda got her first period today. How different is it, from the days of "saturday night live"? The rollicking thrill ride of live comedy to shooting a half-hour. The writer and creator of "suburgatory" has a great sense of satire. And she has an eye for the wacky. I love the show. I think it balances -- it's my favorite kind of comedy. It balances a realism where the insane hilarity of "snl." And she wasn't uncomfortable with him watching? They do -- get it stuck a little bit. And we all just kind of go for it. Every week, we can't believe how crazy it gets. Is it woven in? Do you bring it to the set? Very much so. The beach street center here in belmont. And of course mitt romney is fresh off a late night rally hampshire.
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