Canadian comedian Ian Bagg shares stories growing up in a youth detention center and fighting his way out of a gang. That’s not true but I’m trying to use hooks. He is genuinely hilarious.
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Legendary SNL and Conan writer and the hand up Triumph’s ass Robert Smigel comes by to talk about his #1 Netflix movie LEO.
Brian and I both just shot our special at The Mothership in Austin, and we both have ADD. We also hate the British and love podcasts.
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Comedy Historian and generally pretty brilliant guy Kliph Nesteroff talks about the history of censorship in entertainment and much of the BS that is happening now has been going on since the 19th century and throughout American history. Great conversation!
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From the hit HULU comedy "This Fool." Chris Estrada talks about all the cool shit he did growing up in South Central.
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From The Honeydew podcast my pal Ryan Sickler comes in and makes me laugh (and feel. That’s his thing).
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Back on the podcast Dan Cummins talks about guns, QANON and how handsome I
Daily Show loudmouth and lovable curmudgeon my pal Lewis Black hangs with me at The Comedy Store.
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Sam and I went deep and talked about love and the difference between comedy in LA and NYC. Pretty sure we are good friends now.
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Fellow journeyman and Renaissance drunk Doug Stanhope comes on and talks about the new film we did that is released this week, "The Road Dog”. He won best actor in a film festival and did not show up to get the trophy.
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Wait until you hear what the formerly debaucherous Moshe Kasher has to say about his time at Burning Man this year and the time he saved a guys life while I was on stage at The Comedy Store.
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This week I welcome the always stylish and sometimes shocking Annie Lederman. We predict which comedians are going to explode this year and guess which ones are black.
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Making her return to the show comic Erica Rhodes and I call Jonathon Katz Professional Therapist and talk about having the same birthday, the same alma mater, lived in the same neighborhood in Boston and were on the same meds.
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In this week’s solo podcast we recap Hurricane Hilary and my trip to Ireland and Spain with the family. Good times.
If you love Boston comedy, this is a really great episode. My old friend John Tobin owns Laugh Boston and a bunch of other chuckle shacks around the country and has been part of the Boston scene for 30 years. Great dude.
A marathon chat with my distant cousin Rob Corddry who has done much more with the angry, bald, Irish guy with dark rimmed glasses angle than I have.
Ali Siddiq is the real deal. After spending years in prison he has come out with a vengeance putting out 5 comedy specials and becoming one of the most powerful comics on the scene. We had an awesome time hangin out at the Comedy Store recording this.
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Kirk Fox opens up about his fantasies and we get into Budddhist thoughts of love and acceptance. An exquisite podcast for the summer.
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Returning to the show is rising star Fahim Anwar. He dances, tells jokes and makes fun of me.
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From The Comedy Store, where he grew up, I chat with American icon Pauly Shore about his upbringing, going direct to the fans, spending the pandemic in Vegas, being a grinder, and enjoying the moment.
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I visit Whitney in her tiny studio apartment in North Hollywood and she makes a big announcement!
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