The ladies visit Julie Klausner (@JulieKlausner) in New York to chat about 70s TV, John Travolta, and Caitlyn Jenner’s Instagram. They also discuss old-school ghosting, New York vs. Hollywood, and answer a lady problem from a listener who doesn’t want to be friends with her childhood best friend anymore.
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Julie Klausner created the Hulu series “Difficult People,” produced by Amy Poehler and starring Klausner and Billy Eichner. Her podcast, How Was Your Week, was called “one of the few essential podcasts” by the New York Times.
She is head writer and Co-EP of Billy on the Street. She’s also written for Mulaney, Best Week Ever, The Big Gay Sketch Show, The Triumph and Jack Show and many other comedy specials and pilots.
She wrote a YA Novel called Art Girls Are Easy, and a a memoir called I Don’t Care About Your Band, which she’s currently developing to be a movie with Broad Green Pictures.
Julie was, at one point, steadily employed by Vulture.com, which showcased her Real Housewives recaps and original videos in addition to lots of her other pop culture writing.
Julie does a lot of comedy, variety and cabaret shows in New York City, where she lives with her tuxedo cat, Jimmy Jazz.