But he said no.
In character as Ira Glass.
This autobiographical monologue-film stars and is directed by funnyman Mike Birbiglia.
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Another reason to stay indoors.
Ira Glass and Mike Birbiglia on Sleepwalk with Me, Matthew Broderick’s Advice, and Feeling Like Little Fish
"Everyone is laughing at us. Like, 'Hey, look at your teeny gills!'"
Sleepwalk with this!
It's promoting their acclaimed film Sleepwalk With Me.
Based on an actual man who found his life dull and went to Mexico to rescue kidnapped kids.
"His imitation of my writing and delivery are so dead-on, it was hard to keep listening."
"If you donate now, Carl Kassell will leave a dirty — and I mean really filthy — message on a loved one's answering machine."
About a guy really into cryogenics.
The "This American Life" host does an Elliott Smith cover with Lucy Wainwright Roche.
A proper feature, not a documentary.
With cameos from Zach Galifianakis and Ira Glass.
Plus: Liam Neeson rationalizes his decision to star in 'Taken.'
Plus, Jason Bourne is no fan of James Bond.
What's happening in this week's issue of 'New York'?
Hey, you! Yeah, you, the "Gen-X indie" guy in Austin, Madison, or Adams Morgan with the ironic facial hair! Michael Hirschorn at The Atlantic has a problem with you and your insufferable quirkiness.