Being sexist isn't funny. Neither is being ignorant. And no one wants to hear about your, or anyone else in your studio's (lack of) sex life. And if they do, then they're assholes too.
When Philadelphia Weekly's Liz Spikol caught wind of the sexist rants being thrown around the WIP studios by Howard Eskin and Angelo Cataldi, she decided to approach the two men the same way they approach subjects on air every day: below the belt.
Because everyone knows, the bigger the asshole, the smaller the -- ahem -- penis. [PW]
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