Mary Houlihan (@MaryHoulie) swings by to talk with the ladies about her one woman show “Me and Jack,” her first celeb crush, and her aversion to E.T. The ladies also talk about the Ernest movie series, Delia*s catalogues, and how to throw the best party. They answer a lady problem from a listener who’s afraid she’s turning into a “crazy cat lady.”
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Mary Houlihan is a comedian, writer, actor, animator, and artist living in Brooklyn.
She creates and appears in comedy videos for many outlets including TruTV, IFC, Above Average, Funny Or Die, and others. She created videos as a staff writer/performer on Seriously.TV, most notably her viral interview humiliating Martin Shkreli.
She created, wrote, animated, and starred in the Comedy Central hybrid live action-animation series “Learn To Paint! With Mary Houlihan,” which is available on her YouTube.
She has appeared on Broad City, Difficult People, The Chris Gethard Show, Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Billy On The Street, and is a frequent guest on The Best Show With Tom Scharpling.
As an artist, she created the hand-painted title cards for the Adult Swim show Joe Pera Talks With You, and the specials Joe Pera Talks You To Sleep and Joe Pera Helps You Find The Perfect Christmas Tree.
She has written humor pieces for The New Yorker, McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Reductress, and Paste Magazine, and her comedy videos have been celebrated in AV Club, Vulture Magazine, Paper, and Entertainment Weekly.