The creator of Monk, Andy Breckman talks with David about apps, Howie Klein discusses Nancy Pelosi, Michael Snyder with movie reviews, and comedian Brian Kiley promotes his new book.
Comedian/Actress Suzanne Whang stops by the show to talk with David about everything from how Jews and Koreans are very similar, to Hitler, cancer, and more. Over 90 minutes of hilarity!
Two time Tony Award winning comedian/actress Andrea Martin talks about her new autobiography 'Lady Parts'. Then we are joined by Matt Rice, the director of Mercy For Animals discussing the horrible practices of Chick-fi.-A.
Yael T. Abouhalkah talks about Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback's tax cuts and what that means for the state, Ed Rabel on his recent independent run in West Virginia, and film critic Michael Snyder tells us what movies to see this week, and which to avoid.
Jimmy Pardo, the host of Never Not Funny joins the show for an hour of laughs and wheezes from David who's got a head cold. Jimmy talks about the upcoming annual Pardcast-A-Thon which raises money for Smile Train. Be sure to watch the Pardcast-A-Thon on November 28th, streaming on your favorite device. And while you're watching, please donate to Smile Train!
Dr. Eileen Kennedy Moore talks about childhood bullying , Howie Klein with some good news that came from the Mid Term Elections, Michael Snyder reviews the latest movies, Steve Skrovan calls in from India to tell us about the new version of Everybody Loves Raymond that's being developed for that country, and Pacifica Radio's John Matthews weighs in on civil asset forfeiture.
Avi Asher Shapiro joins the show to talk about his recent Verge article which examines Uber's push to hire 50,000 vets, but are our military being taken for a ride?From the look of it, the answer is yes.
Kevin Bartini, the man who responsible for getting George Carlin Way created, who's 2 brilliantly funny albums are available on Amazon, who is the warm up comedian for both the Colbert Report and Daily Show sits down with David and gets a civics lesson. Then, former owner of such companies as The North Face, and ESPRIT, Douglas Tompkins, who left it all to become a environmentalist, prominent landowner, and conservationist talks about the Tompkins Conservation who's main goal is saving biodiversity of the planet.