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My Ruined Life: watch Season 2 of this local comedy web series

  Local comedy web series My Ruined Life is back for another season — and even Questlove is getting into it. The series, from Retro Peel Productions, follows two buddies (and their inner thoughts manifested as people) as they sit on Philly benches and shoot the shit about their (ruined) lives. New episodes, which are […]

 

Local comedy web series My Ruined Life is back for another season — and even Questlove is getting into it.

The series, from Retro Peel Productions, follows two buddies (and their inner thoughts manifested as people) as they sit on Philly benches and shoot the shit about their (ruined) lives. New episodes, which are sometimes just 90 seconds of giggle-inspiring nonlinear character insight, come out every Sunday.

Read more about Philly’s local web comedy scene and its challenge of growing an audience here, and if it’s your thing, don’t forget about this weekend’s 2013 WitOut Awards, the annual celebration of the comedy community (with categories like “Best Podcast/Web Series” and “Special Achievement in the Field of Tweeting”).

Watch My Ruined Life here, and catch the Season 2 trailer after the jump.

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