2020-04-27 (M) Improv Comedy Podcast

Since we played Funemployed remotely, it wasn't possible to let people draw cards. I took their cards at random and held them up to the screen as I looked away. We weren't playing for points, or even by the rules, but I didn't want to alter the way I interviewed them, so I didn't look. To make it easier to display the cards, I built a numbered cardholder. If one of the players had an issue with a draw, they could ask me to swap one out, which would probably be the case if there were cards that couldn't play together easily or something that made the actor uncomfortable.

The holder was a strip of plastic to which I added adhesive hook-and-loop fasteners so I could attach plastic card protectors. These sleeves were meant to hold valuable collector's cards, but they were clear pockets in a usable size.
Card display prop

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