057 - T.J. Miller from Silicon Valley, Deadpool, and your dreams!
February 18, 2016
Matt returns to realize how much he was missed… turns out it was a lot of interviews, including one he was looking forward to. Comedian T.J. Miller takes time out of his busy Deadpool promo schedule to hang with us and talk about his life, which is pretty good at the moment with Deadpool smashing Box Office records and Silicon Valley returning in just a few weeks. Miller is a very accomplished comedian and actor and we couldn’t be more delighted to have him on the podcast.
056 - Justin Theroux & Nicholas Stoller, writers of Zoolander 2
February 11, 2016
Mark has Bram from Metal Insider guest host for Matt, who is out sick. Which is unfortunate because Justin Theroux and Nicholas Stoller the writers of Zoolander 2 guest on the podcast to talk about the return of Derek Zoolander and Hansel in the long anticipated sequel to the cult classic.
055 - Those Who Can’t w/ Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Overdahl, and Maria Thayer
February 4, 2016
Mark and Matt sit down with the cast of the new TruTV show, "Those Who Can’t" a sitcom from the hilarious minds of The Grawlix, a comedy trio consisting of Andrew Orvedahl, Adam Cayton-Holland, and Ben Roy. Andrew, Adam, and their co-star Maria Thayer discuss the new and give us some behind-the-scenes details about the show. Fun times had by all! "Those Who Can’t" premieres on TruTV on February 11th at 10:30pm ET.
054 - Ian Edwards visits, and we love the 90s
January 28, 2016
Mark and Matt, two Gen Xers reminisce about the 90s. Possibly one of the weirdest yet awesomest decades to grow up in. Whatever! We recap the Patrice O'Neal benefit show in NYC, talk about joke stealing then, comedian Ian Edwards joins us in the Riotcast studios.
053 - The Goddamn Comedy Jam host Josh Adam Meyers
January 21, 2016
In just a few short months, The God Damn Comedy Jam has taken the nation by storm. The comedy/music show is a an live show that features comedians performing stand-up, then following it up fronting a band to sing a song of their choosing. Can comedians pull off the song? Well, half the fun is seeing if they can. It’s pure entertainment and joy. We first caught the show about a year ago in it’s home of Los Angeles, but after a few very successful appearances at festivals, the GDCJ and it’s creator, comedian Josh Adam Meyers are set to blow things up on a national level in 2016. Beginning with the announcement that the show will be a part of Bonnaroo. On this week’s episode of the podcast, Mark and Matt sat down with Meyers to discuss the show’s origins and how it became to be.