Lucia Aniello is a comedian and director. She is half of comedy duo Paulilu Productions, and has directed and co-written digital shorts featuring Jessica Alba, Vanessa Williams, Kristin Chenoweth, Melissa McCarthy, Joel McHale, and, of course, her comedy partner Paul W. Downs. She co-wrote and directed The Paul Downs Syndrome, which was, “Best of NY Sketch” in the 2010 New York Comedy Festival, a TONY’s “Critic’s Pick”, and excepts of which were featured in the 2011 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal.
June 5, 2017
Dads and grads season is here! Writers/directors Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs (Broad City) join Scott this week to talk about their new film Rough Night starring Scarlett Johansson, meeting each other in a UCB 101 class, and what’s next in their future. Then, artists Pants the Rapper and MC Sugar Butt drop by to tell us about their new album “Coma Pants.” Plus, entrepreneur Carl Coaster stops by to share his coaster ideas to get back into the roller coaster game.
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May 3, 2013
Andrew Ti & guests Paul W. Downs and Lucia Aniello get into a deep discussion on the possible racism resulting from a high school rivalry that is using “chop-suey” font on signs that read “Fry Rice.” As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.
May 1, 2013
Andrew Ti & guests Paul W. Downs and Lucia Aniello get into whether the Boston bombers are considered to be white and if they agree with the label of racist & white supremacist to be the same. Stop all that racist shit and leave us a message at (323) 389-RACE.
April 30, 2013
Paul W. Downs & Lucia Aniello of Paulilu stop by to talk to Andrew about it being mildly problematic to teach kids Huckleberry Finn, references from literature in the past that might be considered racist today, and whether they had the college assignment of having to read Mein Kampf. Sell your copy of Mein Kampf and make sure to leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.