"Many people will tell you that you shouldn’t end a sketch with a breakdancing Abraham Lincoln entering from the left to steal the last slice of pizza. These people lack vision, and should be treated as your enemy. Once you have opened a wormhole, all bets are off, and the audience will enjoy the confrontation with the horrors of an infinite universe. If your director tells you that you’re ending too many sketches with a wormhole, fire him."
-From the chapter “Ending a Sketch with a Wormhole” from How To Do Comedy Good As Hell by New Money (2012)
Pictured: "Rock, Paper, Scissors," Lauren McGuire, May 2013