“I think the value in sharing that is, it sort of makes all of us feel like, ‘I’m not alone. I’m not some big old garbage pile, and everyone else is amazing,'” she says. “I think people can laugh at my mistakes and see themselves in them.”
The Ohio native’s approach to humor can make the comedy club feel like your hilarious best friend’s bedroom. You walk out feeling lighter somehow.
She doesn’t hesitate when asked who she sees as her target audience.
Pop culture fans, certainly. People who care about “the greater good,” those who can laugh at themselves, and anyone who is willing to learn a little bit about the world around them.
Absolutely. And “Riverdale” fans.
“I’m going to say ‘Riverdale’ teens to early 40s, early 50s,” she says. Then quickly adds: “I mean, Oprah’s a fan. So maybe I’m universal?”