Ep 51: Writer Improv – Villains

We’re back after three long weeks, and we’re talking about villains. How to make one, how to keep one, how to make him do tricks for your friends at parties. Plus, lazy hosts, insulting political opinions we don’t really mean, and Lani’s kids’ future therapy sessions. Also, two really good reasons why you should buy a magnum of fortified wine. But you gotta listen to find out! Enjoy!

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Ep 50: Ed McMahon Ain’t Coming

It’s our 50th Show! Yeah, we can’t believe it either. We give you 50 – yes, 50 – reasons why you should stop worrying and learn to love that you’re a writer. And we manage to take a lot of shots at Ed McMahon. Also, padawiffs, Tums wine, and why media rate at the post office is a big, fat scam. Plus, verbal sobriety tests, killer word, and just a bit of despair. No wonder Wayne keeps running away.

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Ep 49: Dealing with Non-Writers (aka Normal People)

This week on Will Write for Wine – how to deal with the non-writers (aka, normal people) in your life. It’s like a podcast and a therapy session all in one! We’ll bill your HMO. Also, commitment-phobic Chilean wines, virgins, Catholics, Aunts… basically, we insulted everyone. But it’s all in good fun! Please don’t sue us.

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