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068 – Todd Barry #FreeStuffForTodd

June 19, 2018

Keeping Joe

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047 - Stu and Chris D

February 7, 2018

The gang gathers around once again to discuss the issues. Machi has a new gerbil friend named Stu, Sam shares the time he danced on a Philly radio show, Hanley shares his favorite horse feces story, and the one and only Chris Distefano drops in to analyze the Superbowl. What do you think about the two new songs? Tweet us! @keepingjoe @sammorril @joemachi @philmhanley @chrisdcomedy @nyccomedycellar

046 - Bitcoin and Woody Allen

January 31, 2018

The gang gathers around the microphones once again to discuss this weeks most pressing news. Sam talks about his recent spot on Conan, and they discuss ranging topics from bitcoin to Woody Allen. The team is even joined by a surprise New York comedy icon. Tune in to hear the new (temporary) theme song. 

045 - Ryan Hamilton & Tom Papa

January 24, 2018

Phil holds down the fort while Sam and Joe are on the road. Fortunately New York Comedy favorites Tom Papa and Ryan Hamilton pick up the slack and deliver a stellar episode. Don't miss this one! @keepingjoe @sammorril @joemachi @philmhanley @ryanhamilton

044 - Couples Therapy with Joe List

January 17, 2018

The gang gets together again, and this week with legendary new york comic and friend of the show Joe List. The team talks everything from the frigid cold to couples therapy, and everything in between. @keepingjoe @sammorril @joemachi @philmhanley @joelist @nyccomedycellar

043 - No Apologies

January 10, 2018

The gang gathers around the microphones once again to discuss this weeks most pressing issues. Sam gets a new Trump laden soundboard, Machi discovers that his luscious lips make him irresistible, and Phil dissects social justice warriors targeting Dave Chappelle. The gang talks about a comedian’s vocation in today’s PC world, and how far is too far. When is it time to apologize in comedy? Phil, Sam, Joe, and Liz get to the bottom of it in this must-listen episode. @keepingjoe @sammorril @joemachi @philmhanley @nyccomedycellar
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