Actor, writer and Good Neighbor Nick Rutherford is on the show this week to talk about James Bond, threesomes and innovations in gummy technology.
Nick Di Paolo is on this week to talk about problems with therapy, preparing for shows and physical altercations at comedy shows.
Here is an episode that was originally released on March 8, 2011 but I am re-releasing in the wake of this terrible loss. He was a guest on the show several times but this one stands out to me. Enjoy it.
Comedian and ball of energy Duncan Trussell is on the show this week to chat about the power of the mind, overcoming your fears, exploring the universe and also having kids.
Emmy nominated writer and director Neal Brennan is on the show this week to talk about comedy on tv, feelings on marriage and awkward moments with Conan.
Kevin Nealon is on the show this week to talk about good parties, bad neighbors and how may cameras are in a multi-camera tv show (hint: it's 300).
Award winning actor and comedian Kevin Pollak is on the show to talk about making it comedy, making it in Hollywood and how to fold shirts.
Straight out of Brooklyn, Chris Distefano hops in the studio to talk about his new special, podcasting and how bodies change over time.
Writer and pop culture library Mike Lawrence swings by the show to chat about going from struggling comedian to all-powerful comic book nerd. Also we find out what part of Avengers Infinity War made Mike cry three times.
Gentleman and scholar Judd Apatow is on this week to talk about HBO's Crashing, celebrity autographs and how the internet is in the ocean.