Funny human time again, you guys. Let’s meet Ally Hord, a writer for Late Night with Seth Meyers whose recent appearance on a longrunning debate segment on the show has been burning up the charts. Ally, along with past Funny Human Amber Ruffin, square off in a battle of words, until things escalate to a place of true insanity.
Before coming on board Late Night, Ally worked with Funny or Die as a writer and producer on over a hundred short films. Including this one, the trailer for a gritty reboot of 90’s cartoon favorite Rugrats!
Here’s another segment from Late Night, which features Ally, Amber, and ANOTHER former funny human, Jenny Hagel, talking about workplace harassment!
Next up is an outrageous clip Ally wrote during her Funny or Die days, starring Rebecca Romijn in an advertisement for a bold new product.
Twitter is bad a lot of the time but sometimes there are nice funny people with good accounts who make the hell site more bearable! Ally is one such person, as you can see from the below excerpts from her extremely fun feed.
Actors hate filming sex scenes, so as a writer I just ask they fall back on their pillows at the same time–a universal experience of sex.
— Ally Hord (@hordie) June 15, 2016
Every conversation with my mom:
“I had lunch with Kathy Bogle.”
“You met her. Did you hear Brucey died?”
“Gina’s husband, from FLCT.”
“I don’t know these people.”
“By the way, Miss Junebug says hi.”
“That’s not a real person.”
“Gotta go, Fran Fran is here.”
— Ally Hord (@hordie) April 4, 2018
If I’m being honest, the way I dress for this weather is to look out the window and see how heavy a sweater everyone put on their dogs.
— Ally Hord (@hordie) March 22, 2018
"Man Being Real Dramatic About Feminism" pic.twitter.com/FX2pNTiXFr
— Ally Hord (@hordie) May 14, 2016
Whenever an aspiring comedy writer asks me for advice, I tell them to start a Twitter account. Not to hone their voice, but to become deeply depressed, give up comedy, and no longer pose a threat to me.
— Ally Hord (@hordie) March 11, 2018
Let’s close things out the same way we began: with another Point, Counterpoint viewing sesh. This one takes us back to the Summer of 2017; Ally and Amber discuss the recently-released superhero film Wonder Woman!