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Eichler is currently a writer/producer on ''The Colbert Report'', a show mocking right-wing American news with Stephen Colbert taking on a fictional persona as a conservative blowhard.  It is on the Comedy Central network in the United States. The show's writing team, including Eichler, wrote the book ''I Am America (And So Can You!)'', credited to Colbert's character. Eichler has won two Emmy Awards as part of ''The Colbert Report'''s writing team.  
 
Eichler is currently a writer/producer on ''The Colbert Report'', a show mocking right-wing American news with Stephen Colbert taking on a fictional persona as a conservative blowhard.  It is on the Comedy Central network in the United States. The show's writing team, including Eichler, wrote the book ''I Am America (And So Can You!)'', credited to Colbert's character. Eichler has won two Emmy Awards as part of ''The Colbert Report'''s writing team.  
  
In 2009, Eichler completed writing a graphic novel with Nick Bertozzi called ''Stuffed''. Eichler followed up in 2011 with ''Mush! Sled Dogs with Issues'', with Joe Infurnari.
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In 2009, Eichler completed writing a graphic novel with Nick Bertozzi called ''Stuffed''.
  
 
==Interview with Kara Wild==
 
==Interview with Kara Wild==

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