067: Tiffany Haddish, kittens and “Keanu”
April 28, 2016
This week Mark and Matt discuss losing legends and share some stories about the funny side of Prince. We then welcome comedian Tiffany Haddish who is currently having a moment as one of the breakout characters from "The Carmichael Show." That moment is about to last a bit longer with a role in the new Key & Peele movie, "Keanu." It's a jam packed episode.
065 - Damien Lemon's comedy knockout
April 21, 2016
Damien Lemon joins Matt and Mark on the podcast this week. Lemon is the host of a new comedy game show, Comedy Knockout premiering on truTV. Since Lemon is now a game show host, we all take a deep dive into the history of game shows.
065 - Nick Turner overdrive
April 14, 2016
Matt and Mark discuss Mark’s recent trip to the West Coast for the MTV Movie Awards (or the MTVMAs as Matt put it). We then welcome comedian Nick Turner onto the podcast to hang out and talk about comedy, the industry, pop culture, and favorite television. It’s a total nerd out over pop culture.
064 - Alfred Robles breaks even
April 7, 2016
This week, your intrepid hosts really get deep into discussing Mike Tyson’s Punchout. Why? Your guess is as good as ours but we know it’s important. Then comedian Alfred Robles joins us to discuss the second season of Fluffy Breaks Even, which premieres on FUSE this week. Robles is opener for Gabriel Iglesias and a total road dog with Fluffy as the they work to figure out how to have a blast on the road yet yet not do too much damage to themselves in the process.
063 - Jim Florentine is your savior
March 31, 2016
This week we remember Garry Shandling and the legacy he left for comedy. We also attend a special screening for a scene from the new season of Silicon Valley. Our guest this week is comedian Jim Florentine, who stops by the Riotcast studios to talk about his new one-man show, “I’m Your Savior.” A show about the ups and downs of the relationships he’s had over the years. As one of the hosts of That Metal Show, we talk a lot of shop about life’s musical influences.