Visit the official website for the Strangers With Candy movie, strangerswithcandymovie.com, for wallpapers, AIM icons, stills from the film, cast biographies, video clips, sound bites, and more!
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Join my FlatpointHigh Community at Yahoo Groups that is dedicated to "Strangers With Candy" and "Exit 57". Find out what the "Strangers With Candy / Exit 57" cognoscente are saying about two of TV's most outrageous shows. Once you subscribe for your free membership you can either receive new messages via email as they're posted or you can read the latest postings at your leisure whenever you choose to visit the community.
- See which lines the members have chosen as their favorite SWC quotes!
- Find out which characters are the members' favorites!
- Read theories for the reason why Jerri's vagina is all puffy!
- Learn who likes the pole and who likes the hole!
It's not official, but Amy knows about it and provides occasional updates to amysedaris.com. Get all the latest Amy news, including dates and times of upcoming TV appearances.
Visit Katie's site, flatpointhigh.com (aka The Comfort Zone: the Strangers With Candy Quote Shrine and Gallery) for a fine collection of the aforementioned SWC quotes and images.
Katie isn't just a Crafty Beaver, she's also a busy bee. Check out her Amy Sedaris fan site, amysedarisrocks.com, which has transcripts for most of Amy's talk show appearances, along with audio clips and pictures.
pauldinello.net is a beautiful, comprehensive site dedicated to, you guessed it, Paul Dinello. You'll find a bio, video and audio clips, interviews, and plenty of pictures.
I don't know how long it'll be available, but try to download SWC fan Summer's hilarious fake movie trailer for Brokeback Flatpoint, starring Noblet and Jellineck.
Visit Deb's Paul Dinello site for pictures, biographical information, fan fiction, and SWC episode transcripts.
Visit Alan Tudyk Dot Net for all of your Alan Tudyk needs.
Download a great "Strangers With Candy"-themed AIM Expression, a new skin for your AOL Instant Messenger.
Visit Director Dan Dinello's "Shock Productions" site to learn about the short films that he and his nephew Paul Dinello have written and directed. Paul and Stephen Colbert star in Shock Asylum and Beyond the Door (which also features former Exit 57 castmate Jodi Lennon). Paul, Dan, Amy Sedaris, and Mitch Rouse star in Wheels of Fury.
Order the first season of Strangers With Candy on DVD today!
Buy a copy for $34.97 ($29.99 plus $4.98 S+A) from the Comedy Central online store, save a little money and get it for $28.98 ($24.99 plus $3.99 S+A) at Barnes & Noble, save even more money and get it for $23.98 ($20.99 plus $2.99 S+A) at dvduniverse, or get it for the current best price, $22.49, from amazon.com! What are you waiting for!?! Bonus features on this DVD set include the original pilot, a collection of bloopers/outtakes/behind-the-scenes hilarity, plus commentary on four episodes by Stephen Colbert, Paul Dinello, and Amy Sedaris.
Go to the official site for Amy, Paul, and Stephen's book "Wigfield: The Can-Do Town That Just May Not", which is a collaboration with photographer Todd Oldham.
Order the new book, Wigfield: The Can-Do Town That Just May Not (by Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, and Stephen Colbert, with photos by Todd Oldham) from Amazon - or - Barnes & Noble. The hilarious Unabridged Audio version of the book is available too.
If you want great quality collections of Strangers With Candy or Exit 57 episodes on VHS, VCD, or DVD, visit Bruce's site. He also has the Florrie Fisher documentary, "The Trip Back", which was a big part of Amy's inspiration in creating the character and backstory of Jerri Blank.
Don't forget to pay Roberto Gari's (Guy Blank) site a visit, too.
Travis Paddock has a great page dedicated to Amy's brother David Sedaris that also links to a page about Amy.
Visit Amy's brother Paul (aka "The Rooster") at youcantkilltherooster.com and at his business site sedarishardwoodfloors.com.
The website for Esquire magazine has an archive of articles written by David Sedaris. These stories are a good primer for the novice Sedarisite who is too cheap to buy, or too lazy to read David's books.
Mike Myers (not the Austin Powers Mike Myers) has a Strangers With Candy site that you should check out.
Join the effort to Save SWC!!!
Also, visit Adam's Strangers With Candy Petition Page to learn more about what we, the fans, can do to bring the show back.
hostbaby.com is a web hosting site for musicians that also happens to host jerriblank.com, so we must love them.
My personal web pages. Plus my semi-regularly-but-not-updated-
daily blog, IMNSHO: In My Not-So-Humble Opinion.
These are some of my favorite bloggers (who happen to be members of my FlatpointHigh message board at yahoogroups.com) and message boards:
Davis McDavis: The Comfort Zone (an educational, fun, and
occasionally sexy blog)
Boston Mike: The Next Mayor of Boston (a socially relevant,
piss yourself laughing, outrageously insightful blog)
Jill: Slapsomeone (a bloggety-blog blog)
Katie: The K-Hole (The Crafty Beaver's livejournal blog)
For all of you rabbit, guinea pig, or hamster owners out there, Amy Sedaris recommends Sweet Meadow Farm for high quality pet foods.
Curious Grogg is an entertaining humor site.
The Museum of TV on DVD documents TV programs from the past and present that are available on DVD.
These sites are not SWC-related, but are dedicated to my
other TV favorites:
Arrested Development: Find out what's going on with BluthFamily.com - the best "Arrested Development" site on the internet!
The O.P. is a truly remarkable site dedicated to "Arrested Development". An astounding achievement!
Wonderfalls: It's actually too late to save it, and I don't know why you didn't watch it during its original run on FOX, but savewonderfalls.com is a great tribute to one of my all-time favorite shows.
High Society: In 1999 I created this tribute page to the short-lived (10/1995 - 1/96) series, which sparkled with touches of Clare Booth Luce cattiness, Noel Coward wit, and "Absolutely Fabulous" booziness and flooziness. The CBS comedy starred the incomparable Jean Smart and Mary McDonnell.