My old pal Dave Attell hangs out and we put an end to this whole podcasting thing once and for all.
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Episode 1041. Happy Valentines Day! The Irish mafia discuss having long writing and standup careers, children and Bobcat Goldthwait does a special call-in.
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From the Daily Show, FOX’s The Great North and NPR I am psyched to welcome back the talented, Dulce Sloan.
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From Crank Yankers, Howard Stern and VH1’s “That Metal Show,” my old pal Jim Florentine joins me. We talk about the comedy softball league in NYC and bombing in Philly.
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He’s one of Dave Attell’s favorite comedians and one of mine. He writes jokes I wish I had thought of but wears clothes I wouldn’t be caught dead in. New album "Present Tense" is out now.
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Back on this week is my good pal Ian Edwards. A great comedian and TV writer, I learn some things about him I never knew. And he learns things about me he did not want to know.
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I celebrate the New Year with a look back and a look forward. And a sideward glance. Thank you for all your support listening to the podcast and coming out to shows this year! This episode brought to you by BetterHelp.
The Emmy Award winning controversial and irascible David Feldman brings me to tears as always. A great way to close out the year.
For the holidays I got the gift of Brad Williams on my podcast. He is a master storyteller and such an amazing guy.
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Episode 1033. Zen madman and influential absurdist Reggie Watts has created a style of comedy that came out of years of improvisation and musical experimentation. His book "Great Falls, MT" is a great read!
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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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