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CY: Maybe the idea of surprise is part of what makes something funny, or what gets a reaction.

At least when I’m an audience member, after you hear a joke so many times it’s not as funny because it loses its surprise or its twist. BLVR: You’re writing an HBO series— CY: Um, I’m not allowed to talk about that contractually.

Also, that movie I’m writing for Universal and Judd Apatow—just not allowed to talk about it.

I thought I was allowed and I slipped up somewhere and talked about it and then I got in trouble.

On the first night of the series, the audience was invited to bring pillows, and mid-way through, a pillow fight among everyone in the room—performers and audience—broke out at the sound of a bell.

In addition to stand-up, Yi has a notable presence on You Tube. You know sometimes you realize it’s a dream and then things stop working?

She draws comics, is writing a film for Apatow, a TV series for HBO, and is finishing an album of music and stories. I was writing late last night and woke up to my phone just now. Then I woke up in my dream and I thought, Oh good, that was just a dream! Then we did the show and there were only four people.For I talked with her three times on the phone over a series of several weeks. She laughed a lot, rambled sheepishly, and referenced past conversations with friends on similar themes. BLVR: [] So you’re more optimistic more deep down and less optimistic less deep down.CY: I tried theater in college, but I was such a bad actor.So I’d constantly try to do stuff like that in theater class once I learned that you can make people laugh in a way that they’re unsure of what they’re laughing at, and are slightly embarrassed that they’re laughing.BLVR: So you discovered that you’re funny by accident. BLVR: Matt Besser, the founder of the Upright Citizens Brigade, has said that your work is absolutely different from the work of any other comic; that so many comedians watch and really educate themselves in sketch comedy, and their work ends up looking the same.There were four judges there and I had to perform with them laughing, which made me even more uncomfortable, and I was just shaking and talking and they were laughing the whole time.