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FutureStarrComedy Clash: 'Pictionary' Features Loni Love and Colton Dunn
Launch Your Draw. America's go-to party game is back, and bigger than ever. Comedians compete to see who can sketch and guess the most, while raising money for two charities. There's sure to be laughter and good vibes at this hilarious competition; don't miss it if it comes your way - this year's theme is "The Differences." The Clash The Clash was an alternative rock band known for their songs about revolution and class struggle; yet their roots were surprising traditional. Joe Strummer (born John Graham Mellor), spent much of his early twenties attending boarding school. Later he busked in London before joining pub rock group called the 101'ers. Meanwhile Mick Jones from Brixton led hard rock band London SS; these two bands eventually came together under The Clash's auspices in 1977 with an aim to produce music that resonated directly with working-class youth. The band's first American tour was an incredible success, winning them critical acclaim with its satirical sociopolitical commentary and energetic live performances that delighted audiences. However, their growing fame began taking its toll; Leader and co-founder Mick Jones became frustrated with drummer David Droney for playing too fast and loud; also, feeling under pressure from fellow bandmates; having to perform under such intense paramilitary conditions was starting to drive him crazy; in interviews he complained bitterly of performing for "hero worshipping fans". Recording sessions for London Calling were intense and chaotic. The band hired producer Guy Stevens - famous for his unusual approach - to produce it and his flamboyant working methods meant he often used ladders or chairs thrown across studio to add drama. While this caused its sound quality to fluctuate significantly between sessions, this gave London Calling its energy that the band desired. This album was both critically and commercially successful for The Clash; yet, it marked their last great moment of glory. Soon after the record's release, its members began to drift apart: Headon was forced out due to drug problems while Crimes and Howard joined as replacements; thus signalling its end but leaving a lasting legacy of political activism and musical innovation that remains significant today. Loni Love Loni Love emerged from Detroit's Brewster-Douglass housing projects with an unwavering work ethic, earning a scholarship to Prairie View A&M University in Texas to study electrical engineering - but soon found herself drawn toward comedy as she performed stand-up performances and won gigs and competitions before transitioning onto TV as one of its most celebrated comedians. She has become a go-to guest on talk shows, appearing in several films and co-hosting Fox's daytime program The Real. Additionally, she published her first book: Love Him or Leave Him: But Don't Pick Up the Tab (part memoir and part relationship advice book). Furthermore, she regularly guest stars as panelist on several other programs as well as hosting her own syndicated radio program called Cafe Mocha that highlights African American female mentors. She can also be seen regularly on television shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Comedy Central's Premium Blend and Weekends at the DL, The Joy Behar Show, Dr. Drew's Life Changers, The Rosie Show and Kickin' It. Additionally, she frequently contributes to NPR newsmagazine This American Life as well as making multiple appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman. Dunn has had an illustrious career as both an actor and writer, including an eight year stint with MadTV from 2005-2009. Additionally, he's appeared in Parks and Recreation, Nick Swardson's Pretend Time, Game Shop and Burning Love as well as having had several roles on Rooster Teeth Production's sci-fi series Lazer Team. Colton prefers acting to writing because there's more appreciation when one is seen onscreen. He acknowledges, though, it can be challenging adjusting to having to maintain moisturized skin and apply makeup specifically tailored for cameras. He's learned not to waste his energy responding to online haters who only serve to distract him from his work; preferring instead reserving his energy for those who support what he's doing instead. Colton Dunn Colton Dunn is an award-winning comedian, actor, and writer who has amassed an impressive net worth. Best known for his role as Garrett on NBC workplace comedy Superstore; Key & Peele writer as well. Colton Dunn remains passionate about comedy; working on various new projects regularly. Colton relocated with his mother from Illinois when he was still young. Growing up in St. Paul and attending Saint Paul Central High School - where he took part in theatre productions and joined an improv comedy group - Colton studied at the University of Minnesota but his desire to perform comedy proved too strong; eventually leaving to move to New York in 1998 where he worked on Late Night with Conan O'Brien before eventually moving to Los Angeles in 2004. Dunn has appeared as a writer and performer on Mad TV, The Arsenio Hall Show and Just For Laughs. Additionally he wrote for Parks and Recreation on NBC as well as being featured in two Rooster Teeth production films The League and Lazer Team by Rooster Teeth productions as well as acting roles in Nick Swardson films Burning Love and Game Shop and had an appearance on CollegeHumor's If Google Was a Guy series. He is an alumni of Boom Chicago improvisational comedy troupe and has taught at UCB Theatre in Los Angeles. Additionally to writing, he has performed in multiple comedy shows as well as hosting Comedy Bang! Bang! podcast. Colton stars on Superstore as Garrett McNeil, an endearingly sarcastic floor worker and store announcements specialist who also is an prolific writer for the show - contributing 55 episodes over five seasons and winning many awards such as two Emmy and a Golden Globe nominations. Colton insists that family is the cornerstone of his life. He is an attentive husband and father to Jessica, together they share two children together, often posting photos together online to show that they remain a happy, adoring couple. The Judges Pictionary is a great family game to bring laughter and enjoyment. Easy to pick up and play, Pictionary allows for plenty of creativity with variations that add extra challenge if desired. At the start of each round, players divide into teams of three people each, and choose a celebrity captain who draws images that depict words and phrases on randomly chosen cards. Their teammates then try to guess what their drawing depicts for an opportunity at victory; the first team to get all its pictures identified wins! Pictionary fans will love this special episode, featuring Loni Love and Colton Dunn as team captains! Both teams compete against one another to sketch and guess their way into the final round with hopes of winning big cash prizes or an incredible vacation package! Watch it live Wednesday May 17th to catch all the family friendly laughs. Check your local listings. There are various approaches to playing Pictionary, so it is crucial to gain a thorough knowledge of it prior to beginning to play. One effective method for this is practicing drawing and guessing words/phrases together with a partner so as to hone your artistic skills and become a more accomplished artist. Before beginning Pictionary, it is also wise to familiarize yourself with its rules. You can either research them online or ask someone who already knows how the game is played for guidance. By understanding more fully how Pictionary works and improving your chances of victory. Pictionary, the daytime game based on Mattel's iconic party game, has been picked up for an entire season by Fox TV Stations. Starring Jerry O'Connell as host, and generally following its rules from Mattel's original party game, this 30-minute series has already begun airing in some markets this fall and will appear more widely this winter. 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