In this Course You Will Discover How To...
Master Monologue Jokes
Sit back and reap the benefits of having Jerry give you step-by-step templates you can use to repeatedly write volumes of jokes on any subject or headline. Just like they do in staff rooms on late night shows.
Write Sketches Like a Pro
Learn the 3 elements needed in every sketch and how the pros come up with the concepts to write sketches while learning exactly what makes a good sketch work… and what makes them funny!
Properly Submit A Writing Packet
Ever wonder how a package needs to be formatted? For ANY show? How it should look? What they are looking for? You will learn exactly that and you will receive a real sample packet, so that you can duplicate it and submit with confidence!
Develop a Systematic Process
One of the biggest problems Late Night Writers face is burn out. Producing the content on a daily basis can be grueling. The solution is to have a process. Discover this simple but highly effective process to produce multiple jokes on a daily basis.
Shave Years Off Your Learning Curve
If you were to start learning this on your own, it would take you years… and that’s if you don’t give up. Discover the very techniques that will get you writing volumes of Late Night jokes in a much shorter period of time.
How To Write for a Unique Host
Not all hosts do all jokes. Learn the importance of writing for the voice of your selected host so the head writer knows YOU’RE the one to best represent the show’s host.
The same powerful techniques Jerry used to write 80-120 jokes per day.
What a desk piece is and the MAGIC FORMULA used to write pieces that get noticed and get laughs!
How to write remote pieces and the responsibilities needed to produce them!
What is a “drop-in?” Learn this technique, how to write them, and why they are so effective in Late Night Comedy.
How to write great engagement pieces with the audience and how that can “round-out” your submission packet.
How to brainstorm ideas to create great sketches and the secret behind why every writer wants their sketch to air.