On this special episode of Piecing It Together, comedian Jason Harris joins me to discuss two of the most talked about comedies of the year: Booksmart from director Olivia Wilde and Good Boys from director Gene Stupnitsky (and produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg), as well as the classic comedy they’re both so clearly inspired by, Greg Mottola’s Superbad. We talk about what works, what doesn’t, and get into some puzzle pieces for all three of them.
As always, SPOILER ALERT for Booksmart, Good Boys, Superbad and the movies we discuss!
Jason Harris is a writer and stand-up comedian (not just here in Las Vegas).
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The song at the end of the episode is “Last Day Of School,” a song from the film of the same name that felt like a perfect fit for this episode. Also, the producers of Last Day Of School have a new film out called Art Of The Dead available on VOD, and you can get a free download of a song I made for the film called “When The Night Comes” at https://soundcloud.com/bydavidrosen/when-the-night-comes-from-the-film-art-of-the-dead/s-UXDGZ
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