While we all know that technically the G is on time more often than any other train line, "technically" means very little when it's 1 a.m. and you're helplessly watching the back of a train as it pulls away. Because you know that once that train is gone, you will wait. And wait. And wait. You'll knit a scarf. You'll revise your will. Grow a knee-length beard, learn a second language, undergo numerous religious conversions, and still, the next damn G train will not arrive.
Like many of us, Audrey Stanfield has spent the last year living off the G train, a year filled with loathing and "deep-rooted hatred," she says. The 26-year-old actress co-hosts a weekly show at the Upright Citizen's Brigade, and makes videos that have appeared on Funny or Die and the Huffington Post. But mostly, this past year, she's waited for the G.More »