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And the same for Mitch Silpa, a fellow Groundling who is in her new movie and I’ll feature next week. WELL, THAT’S A BIIIIG WORD — DOES THAT MAKE A LITTLE MAN FEEL LIKE A BIG MAN?
At the height of the Bush era — when conservationists were being subjected to Orwellian legislation like “The Healthy Forests Initiative” comic superstar Melissa Mc Carthy donated her talents to the cause for our “Senate Hearing on Coral Reef Decline” along with future Oscar winners Jim Rash (congressman) and Nat Faxon (the “scientist”) plus Melissa’s husband Ben Falcone (the real scientist).
Rowley has also appeared on The Amanda Show, most notably the sketch called "Blockblister" (a parody of the video retail chain Blockbuster), where he plays a customer who is angry because he did not get the movie he wanted (he paid for the video by tearing off his arm and giving it to them, replying "Keep the change! Again, he expresses his anger with loud outbursts in the scene.
Rowley is a member of the improvisational and sketch comedy group called "The Groundlings" based in Los Angeles, California.
Technically, then, it is a “service of reinterment”. The Prime Minister will not attend and the Queen, who will be unveiling a memorial to the Battle of Britain, will be represented by the Countess of Wessex.
It’s a simple short film but speaks volumes about the frustrations of the conservation community back then.
In viewing it now it also speaks volumes about my frustrations with the largely humorless American environmental movement (it was turned down by several environmental film festivals while the NGOs just stared at it wondering why I made it — they like their messaging to beat you over the head).
The Queen has, however, written a message for her predecessor, which will be printed in the order of service.
The service will be based on a medieval ceremony for reburials, which were then far more common than today.