Yi Wang confronts the CEO and stands up for his team and his honor.
Back in the 70s Mr. Yi Wang worked for a company and participated in a competition to save the company. The winner becomes the Vice President of the company…Melvin, the Corporate Lawyer has other plans for the competition.
I guess you can call this our business plan. Open and wanting talent to join us.
Harvey’s Kitchen is a cool program run from his small kitchen where he interviews artists around Greensboro, NC, and beyond. We enjoyed our session and look forward working with the Monkeywhale team in the future.
Good cause? We’d like to think so. If you travel the world and have so many frequent flyer miles and you don’t know what to do with them, donate them to us.
We have actors in NYC, San Fran, LA, and Chicago we would like to shoot an episode with.
This would be for our “Financial Crisis” episode. Trust us when we tell you it will be worth it. If you lost your home, got laid off, lost your pension or your 401k is gone this episode will give you instant gratification in a cathartic kind of way.
This is some of my favorite outtakes. I had my father, brother and wife act in this episode. I made the mistake of sitting my brother and father across from each other. It was a lot of fun and we recorded some great moments.
Here are some outtakes from the first episode, Silence is a Virtue.
We all have our reasons for doing what we do. His was for survival. Obviously, that isn’t my reason. Stick around and you might learn a thing or two about me.
I’ll never understand those guys whose wives pack them cute little lunches. I see them all nicely lined up in the break room fridge.
Maybe because I don’t have a wife. Occupational hazard, and all that. I can just see it…”Hi honey, I’m home! How was my day? It went pretty well, I killed Susan in Accounting because she was using petty cash to get a bi-weekly pedicure..” Who wants to spend their lunch break in the office anyways?