All posts tagged Kelly Dupen

Kelly Dupen Kelly Dupen won Punniest of Show (along with Justin Golbabai) at the 2010 O. Henry Pun-Off.

Interview: Kelly Dupen

Kelly Dupen and Justin Golbabai returned to the Punniest of Show competition to defend their title from last year. Their excellent skit fell one point shy of the top spot, and they took second.

Brian: My wife couldn’t make the Pun Off this year, so we watched the videos on Youtube. When watching yours, she immediately asked if I was sure you guys aren’t together. Ok, so what’s the truth?

Kelly: Despite all appearances to the contrary, Justin and I … Read the rest...

Kelly Dupen & Justin Golbabai, 2nd Place, Punniest in Show

Justin Golbabai and Kelly Dupen

In 2010, Kelly Dupen and Justin Golbabai won Punniest in Show in the O. Henry Pun Off. They returned to defend their title with another very funny skit. They came up one point shy of the winner, and took second.

Here’s the skit:

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Punniest of Show Results

First time Pun Off contestant Gracie Deegan won Punniest of Show Saturday at the O. Henry Pun-Off. Second place went to last year's winners, Kelly Dupen and Justin Golbabai were second, and Andrew Balinsky was third. Here are all the scores:

Interview: Justin Golbabai and Kelly Dupen

Justin Golbabai and Kelly Dupen took first place in Punniest of Show at the 2010 O. Henry Pun-Off. Their skit explored the relative merits of meats and vegetables, and was, IMHO, brilliant.

Kelly Dupen

Kelly has lived in Texas for many years, but lived in California, Tennessee and Washington while growing up. She graduated from the University of Dallas, a Catholic liberal arts college in 2006. She majored in art, and is currently working as a freelance illustrator while pursuing an … Read the rest...

Video: Punniest of Show 1st Place

Justin Golbabi and Kelly Dupeck took first place in the Punniest of Show portion of today's O. Henry Pun-Off. Here is their winning entry.

O. Henry Pun-Off 2010: Punniest of Show Results

Today’s O. Henry Pun-Off World Championships lead off with the Punniest of Show competition, where contestants had ninety seconds to present prepared punnish material. At 90 seconds, a whistle was blown, and if the contestant was still going when the bell was run at 120 seconds, he or she was disqualified.

Each contestant was given scores from one to ten by the six judges. The highest and the lowest scores were thrown out, and the remaining were summed for a … Read the rest...