Making It Making It #49: Eliza Coupe Posted by Katie Levine on June 26, 2012 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Riki talks with actress Eliza Coupe (Happy Endings, Scrubs) about overcoming bullying, meeting her idols and being a funny girl in Hollywood. Tags eliza coupe, Making It, Riki Lindhome Related Posts What's New What's Trending Visiting the Set of TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT article THE MUMMY Trailer Brings Universal Monsters Into Modern Day article SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE Salutes Christmas' Other Savior, The Re-Gifted Candle, in Song article Chimpanzees Recognize Butts Like Humans Recognize Faces, Scientists Say Mondo Announces Gorgeous DEATH STRANDING Vinyl Single article Canadian Police Punish Drunk Drivers By Playing Nickelback, Nickelback Objects article Enter THE ADVENTURE ZONE with a New Graphic Novel Series (Exclusive) article New STAR WARS Rumor! Is This Why We’re Not Getting an Obi-Wan Spinoff? video Watch Jennifer Aniston Confront "Rachel from FRIENDS" on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE article Comments Luke says: July 5, 2012 at 4:16 pm As sappy as this sounds I needed to hear this. I’m in an acting program in college right now and it’s so reassuring to hear that someone as talented and unique as Eliza went through the same thing I’m going through right now. I’ve been meaning to listen to this ep for a while and I’m so glad I did. Thank you Riki! G&O is hilarious and these podcasts keep me going! Will says: June 26, 2012 at 10:05 pm *uhhh get into my EARS. I nominate ‘get into my eats’ for the creepy iPhone autocorrect hall of fame. Will says: June 26, 2012 at 10:04 pm Eliza Coupe?! LOOOOVE HER. Get into my eats, this episode. Todd Mason says: June 26, 2012 at 1:28 pm That certainly sounds like the New Hampshire I experienced, as well, a generation earlier…and speaking of Melissa McCarthy, among the consistently good to brilliant work she’s done was on SAMANTHA WHO?…if you’re thinking THE PROPOSAL is underrated, I’d say give that series another look (and consider how ABC was particularly so quick to cancel good to excellent sitcoms, particularly, a few years back…). Definitely a fan of those last seasons of SCRUBS, and will be giving HAPPY ENDINGS a belated look.