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LA Weekly: “The Liz Brown Show exists.”

In Groundlings Theater, LA Weekly articles on January 5, 2013 at 8:02 pm

In a fortuitous mistake (for me), the LA Weekly mistakenly billed me as one of the “stars” of the Groundlings New Year’s Eve spectacular. Even better? They referred to me as “Liz Brown of The Liz Brown Show”. Even better than that? They put a picture of some seriously intense magicians in the next story, and the way it’s set up, it looks to me like they’re referring to me and Matt Cook. Thanks LA Weekly!


97-year-old Pamphlet Reveals Depraved Sexual Behavior of Penguins

In LA Weekly articles on June 12, 2012 at 2:12 pm


After nearly 100 years, London’s Natural History Museum is finally opening its doors to some classic penguin porn.

The Museum recently announced that a 97-year-old pamphlet on penguin sexual behavior that was once considered too perverse and depraved for inclusion in their archives has finally been accepted.

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World’s Oldest Petroglyph is a Caveman Vagina, Archaeologists Say

In LA Weekly articles on May 30, 2012 at 3:44 pm

You never know what you’ll find when inside a shallow French cave — and we’re not just talking about a hook-up with that bitchy foreign exchange student from Bordeaux.

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5 Flowers That Look Like Vaginas

In LA Weekly articles on May 3, 2012 at 1:56 am


Spring has officially sprung and the floral kingdom is spreading its tulips faster than a newly divorced cougar at Coachella. There’s a reason the birds and the bees just can’t stop making sweet, sweet love to the plant world this time of year. Flowers are just plain sexy.

Check out five flowers that look like vaginas here

Big Bang Theories: 5 Controversial Sex Studies That Will Blow Your Mind – LA Weekly After Dark

In LA Weekly articles on March 20, 2012 at 1:43 pm

“Sex science” isn’t some bullshit term a lab geek came up with to justify writing off porn on his taxes. Sexology, the scientific study of human sexuality, has been around for almost 200 years.

Most researchers face some sort of resistance when their studies uncover controversial results, but sexologists face a unique set of challenges in their quest to flesh out of the science of bumping uglies…

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