Maria Bamford: Weakness is the Brand

Synopsis

Maria Bamford is back and subjectively better than ever! Weakness is her brand, so get ready to feel much better about yourself. This Lady Dynamite explodes onstage (after 2 (two) naps with her husband Scott and 2 old, pillowy dogs). Let her be the poor example from which your greatness can be determined.

Yes, there are certain people in society who have a tremendous amount of talent. You combine that with an unbelievable work ethic, it is greatness. Is that really that interesting? Haven’t we seen it before? Einstein, Beyoncé, the Muppets, Japan. I adore a two-star experience. There is a deli down the street from our house. I believe it is called the Super Crap Shitty-Ass Liquor Store.
Maria Bamford – Weakness is the Brand

[normal voice] My husband, Scott, he doesn’t like to act, so I do most of it. Second sexy scene. Living wage.

[imitating Scott] “Okay, uh, all right. We’re in a massage parlor. Oh, right. Human trafficking. Uh, I think it’s legit. I know it’s in a strip mall, but there’s water in the fountains, orchids are real. You seem happy. You lead me into a room, and you just start working on my back. You can go hard. Use your elbows.”
Maria Bamford – Weakness is the Brand

Credits

Talent

Maria Bamford

Director(s)

Robert Cohen

Producer(s)

Brian Volk-Weiss, Cisco Henson, Maria Bamford, Bruce Smith

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