From "The Office," Kate Flannery returns, and we talk about sun-burning on the Jersey Shore and explaining comedy to college students.
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The un-cancellable Andy Dick is questioning his engagement after his fiancé hijacked his social media and solicited free dinners and bicycles.
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Emmy nominated Conan writer and Best selling author comedian Laurie Kilmartin talks about her upcoming breast reduction and the dive deep into this weeks people magazine.
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You know Stephen Tobolowsky from Groundhog Day, Memento and Silicon Valley, but did you know he recorded with Stevie Ray Vaughan when Stevie was 14? One of my favorite interviews of the last few years.
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T.J. celebrates Greg’s birthday and they talk about his brain surgery recovery and Greg's Jimi Hendrix poster.
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From almost every Farrelly Brothers movie and from back in my Boston comedy days, my pal Jackie Flynn talks about urinating next to me in Hollywood and a wild road trip we had in Maine back in the 1950s.
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Kevin and I talk about our Irish dads from the Bronx, check out his amazing caricatures and his Podcast “Hiking w/ Kevin”.
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NO- you are not seeing double. It’s Rob Corddry on the left. Although there is a distinct lack of hair, there is no shortage of laughter. Why did Rob throw out his Fitzdog Radio mug?
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Episode 900. Lewis Black looks back to Spring 2020 and the last night he did standup comedy. He also talks about his career and laments not having become a weatherman. It’s a great gig.
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Jessimae discusses her use of her Poo-Pourri on dates and how Italians haven’t been charming since "Goodfellas."
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One of my favorite comedians in the world, Brian Regan, talks about comedy during the pandemic. Check out his new Netflix special, "Brian Regan: On the Rocks."
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Maz Jobrani has turned into a handyman over the pandemic. He also no longer auditions for roles as a terrorist. He will however play a translator.
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My old pal from HBO’s Crashing Pete Holmes talks about getting rescued by a manly man while on a ski trip. We go deep into what it means to stay true to yourself.
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SNL alumn & a man trapped in a house with his wife and 3 teenaged daughters, Jim Breuer reveals that he rolls up the windows and cranks “Our Lips are Sealed” by the Go-Gos.
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Emmy Award winner David Feldman has written for Bill Maher, Roseanne, Jon Stewart, Dennis Miller (among many others). I have him rank them. We also discuss how annoying happy comedians are.
Feeling lazy during the pandemic? Mary Lynn has sold a book, a TV show, shot a standup special and only cried 22 times.
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Ian Edwards has not learned a lot this year. Other than taking ayahuasca and having an epiphany that all that matters in life is giving love. That's it.
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Thanks to ayahuasca and online classes, Neal has come out of the Pandemic more charismatic and no longer an atheist. Greg, on the other hand, just wants another nap.
Bonded with man’s man Josh Duhamel about why we need to rage with our boys. Got deep into some Bidet talk as well. His is heated.
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Dave Attell and I talk about drive-in comedy shows, exercising and his nickname in the Boy Scouts.
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We’re bald, we’re gap-toothed, but somehow Paul Scheer and I have managed to marry awesome women and work in Hollywood, CA.
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One of the greatest comedy writer/ directors of all time David Zucker and I discuss whether you could still do edgy comedies like Airplane today. He describes things as “Comedy is not dead it’s just scared”.
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My fellow traveler Kyle Kinane has relocated to the Pacific Northwest, but thanks to zoom, is in my living room. And I think he stole some shit.
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