Why the Oscars were awesome. Plus Black Face, The C Word, and Vintage Boehner. Emmy award winning comedy writer Kevin Rooney, Mark Thompson and Andy Caploe.
Why are gay and female comics more fun to watch? Is there room for confessional comedy in mainstream clubs? Could it possibly be true that the Los Angeles comedy scene is America's most fertile arena? The history of Alternative Comedy. Beth Lapides is the founder of Uncabaret which has given rise to some of the world's greatest comedians. Her new TV series "Uncabaret" is available on Amazon. Plus Oscar picks with movie critic Michael Snyder.
Living across the street from Jesse McCartney, Oscar Pistorius, Comedy Central's The Burn, Downton Abbey, Hugh Jackman, Personal Assistants, Chinese Traffic Jams, The Pope's Butler. Comedy Writer Laura House and King Of TV Paul Goebel. Featuring Rick Overton and Eddie Pepitone. Written by Jim Earl, Steve Rosenfield and David Feldman.
Originally broadcast February 22, 2013. Robin Williams, The King Of TV, Rick Overton, Uncabaret's Beth Lapides, Mark Thompson, Laura House, Troy Conrad, Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys, and film critic Michael Snyder. Written by Frank Conniff, Dylan Brody, Steve Rosenfield and David Feldman. Please follow us on iTunes, Facebook and Stitcher.
Comedy writers Laura House and Jon Hotchkiss on Downton Abbey, Meditation, Guns, Anxiety, Assault Weapons Bans, Deep Sleep, Jeffrey Ross, Comedy Central and Texas.
Kim Kardashian's Kosher sperm, Marco Rubio, Drones, Christopher Donner, and the current state of our schools. Jimmy Dore, Stefane Zamorano and Laura House.
Originally broadcast February 15, 2011. The Triumph, Marco Rubio, State Of The Union, Paul Provenza stops by to talk about his new television series, and Eddie Pepitone talks about the new documentary about him The Bitter Buddha. Plus Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff and David Feldman.
Grammys recap, Pope Benedict retires, Bush's privacy, and Eddie Pepitone talks about his new movie, "The Bitter Buddha."
Paul Provenza, the host of Showtime's The Green Room, returns with Troy Conrad to talk about their new television series Set List.
Why it's OK to smack a printer around and call it the dirty whore it is. Plus Mchael Snyder reviews this week's movies.
Originally Broadcast February 8, 2013. Andrea Martin, Paul Dooley, Mark Thompson, Eddie Pepitone, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Frank Conniff, Rick Overton, Mellissa Villansenor, Chris Pina and Kevin Rooney. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Ben Zelevansky, Bill Dixon, Kevin Rooney, Dylan Brody, Karen Simmons, and David Feldman.
Jennifer Aniston's booty. Plus when to throw out your underwear. Oprah turns 59.
Bobby Slayton talks about his dinners with Woody Allen, along with Andrea Martin, Eddie Pepitone, Mark Thompson, Andy Caploe and Jane Edith Wilson. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Andy Caploe and David Feldman. WARNING: Language not appropriate for work or children. This is a raw, unedited tape that has not been cut for radio.
We remember Bubba, one of the greatest canines to defecate on God's green earth. Jimmy Dore, Andy Caploe, with Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys featuring Cactus Chloe Fioranza.
Women who watch football secretly want to see their boyfriends get beaten up. Plus the truth about John McCain. Film Critic Michael Snyder, Paul F. Tompkins Jr., Carlos Alazraqui, Rick Overton, Frank Conniff, Jane Edith Wilson, and Andy Caploe. Written by Ben Zelevansky, Frank Conniff, Andy Caploe and David Feldmman.
Originally broadcast February 1, 2013. Featuring Andrea Martin, Robert Smigel, Mark Thompson, Rick Overton, Eddie Pepitone, Laura Kightlinger, Chris Pina, Frank Conniff, Steve Rosenfield, Melissa Villasenor, Mike MacRae, and Janie Haddad Tompkins, Written by Andrea Martin, Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Kevin Rooney, and David Feldman.