Chelsea chats with writer/comedian Andrew about his upbringing in Colorado, moving to Los Angeles, talk therapy, romantic relationships, auditioning, Hereditary, meditation, Chelsea's childhood anorexia & much more.
Chelsea talks with transgender actor and reality TV star Cassandra Cass about her journey from Iowa boy to Hollywood lady, discussing her gradual shift in identity, family relations, breaking into show business, trans surgery and anatomy, anal sex tips, dating, and much more.
Actor, writer, director, comedian and visual artist Andre Hyland joins Chelsea to reminisce about his childhood assaults on teachers, being kicked out of multiple schools, adolescent video productions and graffiti, leading up to more recent creative exploits including a documentary, creating his character Jesse Miller, getting a short into Sundance, and much more.
Chelsea and defiantly unique comedian Brent Weinbach discuss the intricacies of water, dental care, cell phones, pranks, fashion, germs, hugging, pets, dancing, comedy and more.
Chelsea and fashion designer Laura Sfez, of L’ecole des Femmes, discuss Laura’s teenage expatriatism, how she created her own clothing line, writing, confidence, uniform fetishism, inspiration and creativity, the key to dressing sexy while still being elegant, and why it’s better to shoot with female photographers.
Playboy journalist and comic Bridget Phetasy tells all about her unbelievable experiences in the Osho sex cult (as seen in the Netflix series Wild Wild Country) as well as forays into orgasmic meditation and other shady new age brainwashing schemes.
Recorded last October, Chelsea sits down with co-host Steven Randolph and singer/songwriter Bonnie McKee, discussing her experiences writing with Katy Perry, ups and downs in the music industry, live performance anxiety, Disneyland secrets, and her path from a partying raver to successful artist.
After a slew of bad relationships, Chelsea qualifies how she had to hit bottom with dating the wrong men to find the right one. She explores how to stop leading with sexuality, her journey in the search for validation, learning to love yourself, awareness and willingness, why you should trust nice guys, the importance of re-writing your story, getting over your past and the power of saying “thank you”.
With co-host Steven Randolph, Chelsea and comedian Abby Roberge talk about his upbringing on a Hare Krishna commune in Canada, spirituality, bear confrontations, how to be comfortable at The World Famous Comedy Store, and getting through a party sober.
Chelsea and actor/comedian Louie Sabatasso discuss his amazing hair, childhood entry into substance abuse and porn, recovery and relapses, psych ward stays, and unbelievable tales of cocaine and heroin-fueled rampages including jumping off three-story buildings, bank robbery and more.
Along with future husband Steven Randolph, Chelsea chats with a couple of furries! Gianni “Stryps“ Cerbo and Kent “Sports” Glovinsky are the co-founders of AnthroWear, specializing in wearable furry tails and ears, and Bear Mods, an adult plush toy store. They go deep into the psychology and customs of furrydom, costuming, masturbation with stuffed animals, and much more.
Longtime pals Chelsea and modeling agent Tali Levi-Crouch discuss Tali's experience playing on the Pistol Shrimps women's basketball team, interior decorating, boyfriend management, how to steal a mattress & much more.
From nutrition to interpersonal relationships to achieving goals, renaissance woman Dani Druz shares with Chelsea her vast wisdom on how to excel at life. Topics include diet, bacteria, communicating with men, time management and visualization. The two also discuss Dani's time as a production assistant on Entourage and the changing atmosphere surrounding the #metoo movement.
Makeup artist, skin-care expert and actor/writer/comedian Julie Warnock joins Chelsea to obsessively discuss all there is to know about beauty care. Topics include makeover therapy, exfoliation, toners, contouring, foundation, highlighters, brushes, favorite products, pimples, current trends, botox, plastic surgery, Korean spas, and more.
Chelsea and guest co-host Ali penetrate the mind of hairdresser and experienced gay lover Andrew, deeply exploring the ins and outs of anal sex. Topics include sanitation, muscle relaxation, pre-sex dieting, anxiety, positioning, butt plugs, booty bumps, sober sex, anal-induced time travel and much more.
In the smoldering ashes of Chelsea's previous podcast, International Bad Boys, this final, previously unreleased episode was recorded last September with co-host Steven Randolph and special guest, actor/writer/producer Chris Titone. The newly coupled Chelsea and Steven divulge their burgeoning relationship, and with Chris they discuss performing on drugs, rehab, casting calls, punching up scripts for Adam Sandler, motivation and more. Chris is on Californication, Fameless and has been in...
Argus Hamilton is a legendary standup comedian and writer who performs nightly at The Comedy Store in Hollywood, has appeared on The Tonight Show more than any other comic, and writes a nationally syndicated newspaper jokes column. He and Chelsea get deep into the history of The Comedy Store and the art of standup.
Comedian Nicole Aimée Schreiber teaches Chelsea basic US geography, the proper use of a Hitachi vibrator, and enema etiquette. Other topics include dating small-framed men, the hardships of standup comedy, pants-pooping, and Chelsea's sociopathic disregard for Nicole's poor dog, Buddy.
Chelsea and her fiancee, comedian Steven Randolph, discuss, in graphic detail, their sex life, sex parties, their first date (at a bukkake porn shoot), Steven's beginnings in heroin abuse, Chelsea's beginnings in cocaine abuse, wearing diapers and standup comedy.