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In it, three "dating experts": Emily Morse, a sex expert with a radio show in San Francisco; Amy Laurent, a New York City matchmaker; and Julia Allison, who's described on the show as a dating columnist and now lives in L.A., take on what the producers clearly want us to understand as their greatest challenge: Their own dating lives.It was, for all intents and purposes, a prom for internet, tech, and media dorks. I'm decidedly not internet-famous." Oh, honey. Douglas smiled politely and retreated to his i Phone where he used his Pot ' O Gold app to make sure nobody had taken his treasure in the last two minutes. Mo Pitz, who was incidentally - and, at least to her, incredulously - a balloted nominee. Webutante Ball co-founder Jessica Amason is the "Yearbook Girl" of this entire enterprise. Nerve and ASSME writer Drew Grant conspires with Yalie and Dan Abrams henchman (yes, that is what a Dan Abrams henchman looks like) Andrew Cedotal to feed me information regarding the sexual workings of fired media elites, which they will then use for profit when taken to corporations who could give a shit about the bold line between journalism, market research, and publicity. Julia Allison showed up in an Escalade, wearing a crown, and walked around the party as such. She didn't win anything, luckily, and went home the same person she arrived as. Regular Party Crash contributor Melissa Gira Grant, with former Valleywag editor, the dangerously ginger Nick Douglas.Some coffee-picking monkeys eat the beans and then shit them out for their coffee-harvesting masters; luckily, Blakeley doesn't ask them to do that for him. The Founding Couple of The Webutante Ball, together. But they got drunk on a rooftop bar uptown, which was actually a nice change from Tom and Jerry's. I asked them, in all seriousness, why they were doing this. "These people probably didn't go to prom, or never had a chance at being elected king or queen. Also, this scene's more or less exactly like high school, no matter what level you're on.
She is, in other words, a typical Allison Williams role—an impressively well-formed archetype for an actress still early in her career.Blakeley kept his mouth shut, while Jessica kinda explained. , which premiered 20 years ago this week, changed the way women thought about sex.They take a bunch of these kisses and make laughs out of them! Barry Diller actually encourages this kind of fixed the vote!As if having his own MTV show and web series weren't enough, he and the College Humor people had to come and win this shit, too.