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Exclusive Premiere & Interview: Teal Sherer’s My Gimpy Life Season 2!

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Teal Sherer (of The Guild fame) is back with a second season of her successfully Kickstarted comedy web series, My Gimpy Life, directed by Sean Becker. What new, ridiculous things will people say when they meet our star? Which other "famous types" can we expect to see? Find out in this world premiere of the trailer and then hit the jump for our exclusive chat with Sherer! 

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Help Teal Sherer Make Another Season Of My Gimpy Life! [VIDEO]

This Exists... Because of A Lady

I already thought Teal Sherer was pretty cool before we met in person at GeekGirlCon last year. Most know her best from her role as Venom in The Guild but Sherer had ideas for her own web series and it was something a bit more personal. My Gimpy Life is a comedy based around her real experiences working in Hollywood as a performer with a disability. Season 1 was fantastic, had guest-stars like Felicia Day talking about sci-fi erotica, and won a bunch of awards and accolades. (Check out the entire first season of My Gimpy Life here.) The last we heard from Sherer was an adorable Charlie Brown-inspired holiday greeting but now she's looking to fund Season 2 of My Gimpy Life and needs your help! Take a look at her plea video then head on over to Kickstarter to pledge! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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Teal Sherer Presents: A Very Charlie Brown My Gimpy Life Holiday Greeting [VIDEO]


We were pretty impressed with The Guild's Teal Sherer's comedy webseries, My Gimpy Life. Haven't seen it yet? Check it out now! Season 1 has wrapped so we weren't expecting to see more just yet but today we've got a special holiday surprise - an animated greeting from My Gimpy Life! In a Charlie Brown-esque style no less. Super cute, Teal!

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Teal Sherer and Felicia Day Discuss Sci-Fi Erotica & More In the Most Recent Episode of My Gimpy Life

The Boob Tube

We've featured Teal Sherer and her webseries My Gimpy Life here before. That's because we think it's awesome. That holds true for this most recent episode, as well, in which Teal goes on a blind date and simultaneously discusses cat genitalia and other things with friend Felicia Day. It makes us even more curious about Day's Vaginal Fantasy reading club, which features "lady-leaning paranormal and historical adventure books." Call us hooked.

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Teal Sherer And Felicia Day Discuss Vaginas In The Latest Episode Of My Gimpy Life [VIDEO]

This Exists... Because of A Lady

I finally got the opportunity to meet (and actually hang out with) actress Teal Sherer at GeekGirlCon this past weekend in Seattle and was delighted to find we got along just as well in person as online. Most of you probably know Sherer from her role as Venom on The Guild but she's recently branched out into her own comedic web series titled My Gimpy Life. It's loosely based on her own experiences as a disabled actress living in Los Angeles, and while I may be biased, it's pretty hilarious so far. The latest episode features her Guild co-star and real-life pal, Felicia Day, as they both audition for the same role. Having been on one disability panel with Sherer at GGC and watching her on another I can tell you she's got a great handle on how to educate while being funny and is unapologetic about showing what those of us hear from other people on a daily basis. There's some adult language in this episode, just as a warning. Hit the jump to watch episodes one and two if you haven't already.

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Things We Saw Today: Our First Glimpse of Game Of Thrones’ Riverrun

Things We Saw Today

Game Of Thrones fans have been dying to see what the House Tully stronghold actually looks like -- and we're in luck, because here is a photo courtesy of HBO Watch teasing the appearance of the Riverlands fortress in season 3. (via Blastr.)

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A Lesson In Illustrating Wheelchairs From Someone Who Uses One

Allow Us To Explain

Not too long ago I asked a famous comic book artist to draw me a picture of Oracle and what I got was not at all what I expected. Barbara Gordon was depicted in a hospital wheelchair with a blanket over her legs

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Santa’s Elf Competition Heats Up; It’s a Good Thing Everybody Brought Their Lightsabers

For A More Civilized Age

I had no idea that being a mall elf required this kind of skillset. I may be more qualified for the job than I thought. (You may recognize Teal Sherer and Amy Okuda from their roles in The Guild.) Previously in Silly Christmas Things

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