34th Street Magazine
February 4, 2016

Ever wonder what it’s like to be sexiled? Why a TA would ever want to be a TA? Which seniors are looking to get laid? One comedy club is answering all of those questions and more—Classless TV.

Classless TV is Penn’s narrative comedy web series about all things relating to campus life. The group releases their five to eight minute episodes online in the spirit of a sitcom, following a plot and a structure, as opposed to sketch–style work. The show’s topic changes from year to year and has covered everything from the shenanigans of freshmen dorm living to the grim life of a TA to the challenge of being a publication in competition with the DP. This year’s series, titled Screwed, highlights four seniors dealing with their awkward social skills and desperate attempts to lose their virginities.

The team contains students filling a wide range of roles, including producers, directors, writers and actors. Yet Classless prides itself on its accessibility and inclusivity. “Classless is one of the few clubs I encountered early on that is just 100% open to anyone who is willing to commit their time and energy,” said Arielle Port, Classless TV’s executive producer. The club gets to its final product after going through a process of writers’ meetings, editing, shooting and more editing, all of which can be learned by people of all skill sets. The more people that get involved, the stronger the club becomes. “My team is just straight fire,” Port said.

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