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Holiday Hilarious: Gary & Elaine's Exclusive Halloween Party, Catalog Living Style

Gary & Elaine are throwing a Halloween party.  You’re on the guest list.  Lucky you. Gary and Elaine’s parties are picture perfect.  High end decor, check.  Over priced party favors, check.  Perfect lighting, check.  Snarky humor, check, check, and double check.   

Gary and Elaine, the fictional couple who reside inside the pages of the finest design magazines, live out a plethora of passive-agressive adventures daily on the addictive blog, Catalog Living.  Author, Molly Erdman, a comedian and actress, pens the snarky subtext to Gary and Elaine’s daily pursuits, and good golly, she does it with side-splitting hilarity.  With Halloween endcapping the week, there’s only one way to ensure that your own celebrations live up to the Gary and Elaine ideal.  Here, Molly Erdman shares an exclusive, superfectal sneak peek into the Catalog Living world, Halloween style.

A SHOT IN THE DARK…


Once again Gary has selected an incredibly inappropriate “treat” for the neighborhood kids.

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED…

The unlucky kids end up with the apples. The really unlucky kids end up gnawing on a wicker pumpkin.

IT’S NOT WHAT YOU THINK…

Gary’s assertion that paté looks like brains was not aided by Elaine’s decision to serve it in a skull dish.

EYES ON THE PRIZE

Gary, I told you if you didn’t watch your drinking, someone else would.

Molly Erdman is an actor and writer based in Los Angeles. She is an alumna of The Second City in Chicago, where she wrote and performed in three original revues on the Mainstage. For four years, she was the frustrated “Wife in the Minivan” in commercials for Sonic Drive-In, and has appeared on According to Jim and in the movie The Goods. She has served as a contributing writer for The Rotten Tomatoes Show and Infomania on Current TV and currently can be seen improvising with Sweetness and The Armando Show at iO West in Hollywood.

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