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Comedian eyes game-changer after tough exit from ‘Tonight Show’


NORTH HAMPTON — Jon Rineman was looking for a happier ending this summer than the one he was experiencing during the pandemic as an out-of-work comedy writer, locked down in North Hampton and recently divorced. 

Rineman, a 2001 Winnacunnet High School graduate who spent nine years writing for “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” thinks he might have found a path to that happy ending in a new board game he’s working on with a host of other comics and writers. 

Anti-Social Skills, available at www.ASSkills.com and soon in the form of a physical board game, has players read cards that put them in ridiculous situations. The cards prompt players to choose from a number of possible hilarious responses they can read off, written by what Rineman describes as a premium team of writers. 



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