Tue, 8 December 2015
Holiest of Molies, get your rolliest of pollies to the showiest of showies!
Tue, 15 September 2015
Loved this panel. Check them out on the episode and individually.
Hey. Sometimes people say words. And then other people get angry at them. And then we fight over whether the people who got angry were wrong to get so angry or if the people who said the words were wrong to say the words. WHO'S THE REAL VICTIM HERE? WHO DO I SHOOT? (Non-Trigger warning: There will be no shootings at the show).
Fri, 4 September 2015
I sit down with Micah Sherman (High Maintanence, The Second City, Improv Asylum, iO, Annoyance Old School Sketch Show, Please Be Seated) and Dan Hirshon (Funny Cakes Comedy, Grandma’s Favorite, Miracle Workers, and Kandid Films), to talk about their new sketch album, John Rodgers: Idiot. We also talk about Donald Trump and Kanye West a lot. :D
Micah & Dan On the Web
Get the Album: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/john-rodgers-idiot/id1015517947
Mon, 4 May 2015
First in our monthly live at The PIT series (next recording is on May 14th, tickets will be available here soon).
This show was a rousing success, great audience, great guests. Still figuring out how to mic everyone up and get the best audio for the recording but I think you'll enjoy this one. If you dig the show please subscribe and rate us over at iTunes!
Also, hop on over to the brand new Double X section of the website, where I've collected the interviews that I did with women over the course of the show. Super funny folks.
Mon, 20 April 2015
Lance Weiss is a hilarious comedian and a delight to chat with. He was a Top 4 finalist in CMT’s “Next Big Comic”, and on NBC’s “The Today Show,” MTV, Bravo, PBS, NY1, Sirius/XM, Cosmo.com, AOL.com, Aboveaverage.com, NY Times, NY Post, NYmag.com, Comcast as well as in AT&T and Kit Kat Commercials. He was a semi-finalist in the New York Comedy Festival’s “NY’s Funniest Standup Competition,” and has performed in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, San Francisco Comedy Festival and a bunch more. Earlier this year he performed my first one man show, “Wine And Questions With Weiss” at The Pit Theater in NYC. FinalIy, he co-produces an awesome comedy show – “Gandhi, is that you?” in the lower east side of Manhattan every Wednesday night. It was part of the NY Comedy Festival and also headlined Carolines on Broadway. It's a good show. Go see it.
In other news, there's a live Malignant Brain Humor episode coming to the PIT on April 24th, we'll be talking about women in comedy. Come out and join in the fun! Tickets are here: http://thepit-nyc.com/event/malignant-brain-humor-women-in-comedy/
Thu, 19 March 2015
Just coming off a stint writing for Night of Too Many Stars I talk with Jason Carlos Sáenz, hilarious comedian, improviser, writer on UCB's award winning maude team Onasis. Jason was a New Face at the 2014 Just For Laughs Festival and is the mind behind #SaenzSigns, which you should definitely check out (A couple are below, go check out the rest). Check out his upcoming webseries "Foxworthy and Friends," and if you're in NY go to the premiere party this Saturday in Brooklyn at Videology.
Mon, 2 February 2015
In today's episode I talk to Mara Wilson about genetics, forced maturity and the lost of family, feminism, creepy creeps on the internet, love, coping with OCD, Nightvale and growing up under the shadow of Matilda. She's a joy and the whole damn episode is a joy.
Check her out at http://marawilsonwritesstuff.com
Buy tickets to her live show at Union Hall, What are You Afraid Of!
Follow her on twitter @Marawritesstuff
And catch her voice work on the beloved podcast Welcome to Nightvale.
Editor's Note: Although we do touch upon Robin Williams, this episode was recorded prior to his passing away, and therefore we do not cover that, because if we did that would be spooky and weird. If you would like to hear an episode that touches on that, check out Episode 72, recorded live at The PIT, with Ted Alexandro, Nick Turner, and Abbi Crutchfield.
Mon, 19 January 2015
Everyone knows how much I hate talking with people who have different beliefs than I do, but I really loved talking with Andrew Heaton even though he is a libertarian, and therefore evil.
Skilled comedian, sharp thinker, talented speaker. Perhaps a bit too tall, but it's forgivable.
Check him out at http://www.mightyheaton.com/
Read his books: http://www.mightyheaton.com/books/
On Twitter: @MightyHeaton
And on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/MightyHeatoncom/313052562073698