Star of her own sitcom on BET+ the fantastic Ms. Pat talks about growing up hard in Atlanta. She struggled getting taken seriously in standup and now has a tv show, movie project, book and big standup shows. Don’t miss this one.
Great talk with my pal Wayne Federman about the history of standup comedy as chronicled in his new book. No mention of Andy Kindler.
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Exciting young comic Moses Storm talks about growing up in a doomsday cult and living in a bus as a child. He’s funny as hell and has a new HBO special this fall.
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From NYC’s Green Point Rachel Feinstein takes time from touring and child-rearing to tell me about how her parents made her feel guilty for not having been born black.
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Bobcat once repelled down the stage naked at a Nirvana concert because it seemed like a good idea at the time. He also agreed to come back on my podcast, so he makes a lot of stupid decisions but he is here to talk about it all and announce a standup run this summer.
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Comedian/ Actor/ Improviser Rick Overton talks about his years improvising with Robin Williams and how his father worked with Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie recording Bebop Jazz in NY in the 1950-s and 60’s.
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Sam Morril and I talk about the special he shot on rooftops during the pandemic and whether it's okay to generalize about a race if you are saying nice things.
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Comedian/ provocateur / traveler Ari Shaffir talks about losing “Connect 4” games to Thai hookers and giving out pounds of mushrooms to his TV crew.
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The funny and talented Annie Lederman comes in-studio. We talk about Venice Beach, getting roasted, documentaries and being California sober.
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Comedian/podcaster Dan Cummins chose a mullet over women in high school and Idaho over Hollywood as an adult.
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Andrew Santino (Whiskey Ginger, Bad Friends) and I sit down in-person to talk cars, the Pacific ocean, why the Dutch are annoying and who will get skin cancer first.
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From "The Sopranos," "The Matrix," "Bad Boys" and Hoboken, NJ Joe Pantoliano (Joey Pants) comes on with his awesome daughter Daniella and talks acting, depression and being Italian in Connecticut.
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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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