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Rachel Feinstein And Nate Bargatze Give Advice
Rachel Feinstein and Nate Bargatze discuss their latest stand-up endeavors and everything from creepy memories about the Easter Bunny to dreams of being a criminal profiler. Feinstein has a new stand-up album coming out this year, is currently producing a pilot for Comedy Central with Amy Schumer and will make a cameo in "Trainwreck" this summer. And to think, all this after shirking college to move to New York City with a band called Dicksister when she was a teenager and getting fired...
Kurt Braunohler Talks 'Roustabout'
What happens when you Jet Ski from Chicago to New Orleans? If you're comedian Kurt Braunohler, the answer is biker gang comedy shows, wet suit rash and raising a bunch of money for charity. Listen to him discuss his nine-part Comedy Central Digital series "Roustabout," a week-long Jet Skiing comedy mission to send 500 goats and 1,000 chickens to Africa, plus his new direction in stand-up and the biggest lesson he learned on his trip.
After his short stint as a featured player on "Saturday Night Live," Brooks Wheelan doubled down on stand-up comedy and released his debut album, appropriately called "This Is Cool, Right?" On the 12th episode of our podcast, Brooks talks about turning depression into comedy, moving back to Los Angeles for its camp sites and Wal Marts, tells his best Bonaroo story and explains why he doesn't like "Cool" comedy.
Sex, Drugs & Comedy with Matt Braunger & Dan St. Germain
On a special episode recorded in Los Angeles, Matt Braunger and Dan St. Germain open up about dating and performing with funny women, stand-up vs. improv comedy, why Omaha is the most depressing place on Earth and who should roast Justin Bieber in March.
In this short and sweet episode, we catch up with "Saturday Night Live" alum Ana Gasteyer about guest starring on "Girls," her lounge singing act and life after "SNL."
Dan Soder And Jacqueline Novak Prepare For The Apocalypse
Dan Soder And Jacqueline Novak reveal their plans for the inevitable apocalypse, dissect a conspiracy theory about technology, explain how comedy is like alchemy and why all good jokes are inherently a little rude.
The Art of Crowd Work with Todd Barry and Jay Oakerson
Comedians Todd Barry and Big Jay Oakerson discuss their full-length crowd work sets in what plays out as a master class in comedian-audience interaction. In addition to dissecting their vastly different approaches to keeping an audience laughing without pre-written material, they share stories from the road, tips on getting the best response from the audience and come up with a great name for a new crowd work special: "Why Do You Hate Me?"
Kevin Barnett & Josh Rabinowitz
They say that the third time's the charm, which might explain why the third episode of our podcast was so charming! Comedians Kevin Barnett and Josh Rabinowitz of upcoming TruTV sketch comedy show, "Friends Of The People," dropped by to talk about some of the week's most eyebrow-raising stories, including a tri-breasted woman, an epic on-air quitting and the realization that the Miss America pageant might just be the worst thing ever.