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Casey Wilson Prefers Her Chicken Parm in Bed

Casey Wilson knows what she likes: coffee that tastes like a milkshake, “life-changing” banana-chocolate-chip muffins, and dinner in bed. This week, the star of Showtime’s Black Monday, co-host of the quintessential Bravoholic podcast Bitch Sesh, and author of the New York Times bestselling collection of essays The Wreckage of My Presence bustled with work, parenting, podcasting, and getting out to see old friends at her favorite L.A. haunts, including one destination that feels “very ‘right’ for this unique time of transitioning back to socializing.”
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Andrew Rannells, Casey Wilson, and Paul Scheer on Black Monday's shocking season three premiere

Black Monday has never really been about the stock market—ask its creators for insider trader tips and they’ll point you in the other direction. Instead, it’s an ensemble comedy (one of the best on television right now) that delights in re-setting its board game every year and watching its players flail in the chaos as they constantly try to get one over on each other. In season three, that board game is Clue, so says Andrew Rannells whose now-Congressman Blair Pfaff was—spoiler alert—shot by an unseen sniper at the end of Black Monday’s most recent episode. “We have a very serialized murder mystery that takes place throughout the entire season,” Rannells reveals, “and there are more bodies—there’s a high body count throughout.” Blair miraculously survives and, as he hunts down his mystery assailant, everyone’s a suspect: Mo (Don Cheadle), Dawn (Regina Hall), but especially corporate climber Keith, and Blair’s own wife Tiff, played by comedy knockouts Paul Scheer and Casey Wilson, respectively.
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SNL's Casey Wilson Talks Exit Rumors, And Why It Bothered Her So Much People Thought She Was Fired For Weight Gain

Saturday Night Live has launched some of film and television’s biggest stars. But there are many more who didn’t reach their true potential until they departed from the series. Actress-writer Casey Wilson falls into the latter category. Unlike most SNL departures, Wilson’s departure was surrounded by rampant rumors and hearsay. Now, years after her SNL departure, she spoken on those exit rumors and why her firing being linked to her weight gain bothered her.
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Casey Wilson Almost Didn’t Include ‘Happy Endings’ in Her Book of Essays and More About Her Writing Process

Casey Wilson may be best known as an actor, with roles in “Gone Girl,” “Atypical,” “Happy Endings” and “Black Monday” as well as a stint as a “Saturday Night Live” cast member, and as a podcaster (“Bitch Sesh”). However, she also has an extensive writing résumé, including co-penning feature comedy films “Bride Wars” and “Ass Backwards.” Now, she is about to publish her first book, “Wreckage of My Presence,” out May 4 from Harper, a collection of essays reflecting on her familial and romantic relationships and some of her past work, all through a humorous lens.

Casey Wilson Explores Grief, Motherhood, and Reality TV in New Memoir

“I wanted to write a comedic book that had more substance underneath it,” actress and writer Casey Wilson told W over the phone, just a few weeks before the release of her first memoir, The Wreckage of My Presence: Essays. “I adore the books that are primarily comedic, but I wanted to get into some different topics of grief, motherhood, and loss. I felt the desire to touch on some deeper things.”
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Jerry and Karen Casey. Plainville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Amanda Casey, to Jimmy Wilson, Jr., son of JacquelineTrotter and Jimmy Wilson, Sr., San Diego. Grandparents of the couple are the late Patrick and Frances Casey, Ervin and Helen Koerner, the late James and Jesse Wilson...