Kristen Schaal is a reputable stand-up comedian overseas and has also worked on a couple of successful series. For example, he starred in Flight of the Conchords, which ran from 2007 to 2009, and was heard as a dubbed actor in Bob’s Burger Bar and BoJack Horseman. However, the comedian actress was also a member of Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s cult series, South Park Writers, for a short time but managed to fire herself in a few weeks.
Schaal told the Daily Beast about the ill-fated South Park lightning career. “I was overzealous. I’ve never been to a writer’s room before. So I was with him that I wanted to work for my money. I kept coming up with ideas. ‘What do you think about this? What do you think about this? What do you think about this?’ And that’s not how it works, “Schaal recalled the month of 2007, warning him that he was talking too much.
The actress started working as a big South Park fan, but she said it didn’t help but rather made matters worse. “I’m a huge fan of South Park. Honestly, I think South Park is one of the most underrated cultural series. People take it for granted today. But it’s so powerful,” said Schaal, who grew up in Colorado and was completely impressed with the state. Satirical series.
Nor was it too good for South Park’s career that in 2007 the series often parodied films, but he wasn’t the biggest film crazy, so he tried to force other things. However, the creators did not like this and were let down by the wind. “I could work on a writing team today, but then I was too nervous and excited to be there,” said Schaal, who is not at all angry with Matt Stone and Trey Parker. However, he admits he was completely struck when he was fired, as he had no money to rent in Los Angeles, and for a while, he pulled himself into Tig Notaro’s garage. The actress is currently featured on Disney +’s new mystical adventure series, The Mysterious Benedict Society.