Chelsea and her brother in-law, Scott Randolph, discuss his job as co-producer and tour manager for Steve-O, battling South African poachers, near-death experiences in India, meditation, love addiction and his morning bathroom ritual.
Chelsea chats with Jeff Scott, the Comedy Store piano player and professional Pee-Wee Herman impersonator. Jeff tells tales of Comedy Store legends such as Mitzi Shore, Robin Williams and Richard Pryor, ghost stories of the Comedy Store, and performance tips for the Original Room.
Hypnotherapist Ilah Brock joins Chelsea to outline all the myriad uses of hypnosis, from entertainment and leisure to curing disorders and addictions. Topics include hypnotism vs hypnotherapy, theory of mind, smoking, insomnia, anger, phobias, weight loss, relaxation, the law of attraction and more. The episode concludes with a guided meditation for success.
Mindy Sterling joins Chelsea to talk about playing the role of Frau Farbissina in the Austin Powers movies, which kickstarted her career in character and voice acting. A longtime member and teacher of The Groundlings acting troupe and school, Mindy also shares her experience with improv, auditioning, and having her own action figure.
Chelsea chats with actor/writer/director David Wain who details his work with MTV and The State, Wet Hot American Summer, Stella, Wanderlust, and A Futile And Stupid Gesture. He describes collaborating with Paul Rudd, Ken Marino, Michael Showalter, Jennifer Aniston and others. Plus he lets us in on some valuable creative writing tips!
Actor, writer, economist, and lawyer Ben Stein joins Chelsea to discuss his iconic acting role on Ferris Bueller's Day Off, hosting Win Ben Stein's Money, writing speeches for Nixon, meeting his wife, being wealthy, and much more.
Comedian Earl Skakel sits down with Chelsea to relate his experience acting on I’m Dying Up Here, growing up amongst the Hollywood elite, getting metoo’d, dressing to impress, navigating social and professional dynamics at The Comedy Store, visiting “massage parlors”, and more.
Chelsea and actress Molly Tarlov, of MTV's Awkward, discuss the paranormal, attending strip clubs with a significant other, crystals, tarot cards, wedding planning, phobias, Halloween costumes, spas and more.
Chelsea sits down with comedian, techie and podcast producer Brian Redban, detailing his instrumental roles behind the scenes at The Comedy Store, producing The Joe Rogan Experience, and creating the Deathsquad podcast network. Among many other things, they discuss phobias, dieting, Chelsea’s bizarre food aversions, and simulation theory
Comedian Sara Weinshenk joins Chelsea to discuss her (and her dad’s) fashion sense, musicals, vulnerability vs. shame, Esther Hicks, Dr. Pat Allen and other self-help gurus, writing, Mac Miller, and much more.
Nicholaus Goossen, director of Grandma’s Boy, joins Chelsea to discuss DNA, Chelsea’s wedding, growing up in a boxing gym, working with Adam Sandler, and various ins and outs of film directing and screenwriting.
Writer, musician, and television personality Nick Simmons talks to Chelsea about his life on reality TV with his father, KISS frontman Gene Simmons, AKA The Demon. They discuss stand-up comedy, the tongue myth, going through teenage years on television, Nick’s writing for Vice and the Huffington Post, and much more.
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Musician Dave Navarro joins Chelsea to share his views on meditation, social media, dating apps, yoga, sobriety, trauma therapy, ayahuasca, body suspension and marriage advice.
Comedian, actress and model Kate Quigley sits down with Chelsea to talk about hosting, hecklers, "edgy" jokes, crowd work, morning radio, hookups on the road, hosting the Playboy Channel's Undercover, sex in public, hosting the AVN Awards, and what it’s like dating a porn star.
Hanna Dickinson, comedian and writer for Comedy Central's Comedy Knockout, lounges around in a robe, chatting with Chelsea before she hosts the red carpet of the Bruce Willis Roast, standup performance and booking, therapy, Chelsea's upcoming wedding, birth control and much more.
Writer/actor/director/boxer Justin Gilbert tells Chelsea all about his time growing up with wild people in Oklahoma, being the Comedy Store security guard, a celebrity bodyguard, living in the slums of Los Angeles, and more.