Making It Making It #22: TJ Miller Posted by Katie Levine on December 13, 2011 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Riki talks with comedian/actor T.J. Miller (Yogi Bear, She’s Out of my League, Cloverfield) about his standup career, having the right mindset and the fundamentals of hard work. Follow @nottjmiller on Twitter Tags Making It, Riki Lindhome, tj miller Related Posts What's New What's Trending Is Jamie Bell in Line for the Next James Bond? article You Don't Need a Cheese Ball Machine Gun, but You Will Want One article The Mutant Season : Tara Tiger Brown podcast Bandcamping: Perfect Tunes For A Long Weekend article Walking with the Strandbeests of Theo Jansen article Bebop and Rocksteady Get Their Own TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Trailer article History of Thrones: The Children of the Forest and the White Walkers article GAME OF THRONES' Creators Apologize for What They Did to Us on Sunday article Hold the Door! How Hodor's Reveal Could Change the Future of GAME OF THRONES! video Comments odin42 says: December 15, 2011 at 7:55 am Cool, i didnt know he was from denver. I also went to east high school, but slightly before him. Another great ep. J. says: December 13, 2011 at 11:55 pm This was SUCH a helpful episode for any creative person, really, and what you guys talk about at the very end – yes, even if we are not and have no intention of being “in the biz”, when you pull back the curtain of how you all do what you do, the consumers of your work can really understand it, and respect it even more. I feel that building that respect and understanding of the WORK of someone in any of the arts is vital to getting people to keep you employed (Yes, it IS worth X#$ for that album, ticket, etc.) ! I hope you do a follow up episode for sure! Wilbur says: December 13, 2011 at 3:24 pm riki totally likes tj her voice was higher and girlier than it usually is she has a total crush hee hee Aeshir says: December 13, 2011 at 11:53 am FUCK. YES. All the other Nerdist podcasts with TJ have been awesome, can’t wait to listen to this.