Thanksgiving is just hours away, so I thought today would be an excellent day for a cooking-related interview. Fans of The Soup may recognize Tess Rafferty from her occasional appearances on the show, most famously as the dancing maxi pad. But recently the comedian and writer published her first book, Recipes for Disaster, a memoir described as "what’d you’d read if Bridget Jones wrote a culinary memoir." You can learn much more about her here.
Working at The Soup seems like the ultimate dream job to some. But what were some of the less-fun aspects of watching lots of TV and writing jokes about it for a living?