051 - Wayne Federman finally chronicles it
January 7, 2016
Mark and Matt welcome the one and only Wayne Federman to the podcast this week. Federman recently released his new comedy album, The Chronicles of Federman, which is his first comedy album in the course of 30 years. We break down what someone could do in that length of time which leads into a discussion about time gaps for comedy careers.
050- The 2015 Year In Review comedy roundtable Pt. 2
December 30, 2015
It’s the final podcast of 2015 and we’re ending with #50. We continue our look back at 2015 with the second part of our comedy roundtable discussing the biggest stories of the year with our comedy journalism friends Katla McGlynn (Splitsider, Vanity Fair), Jesse David Fox (Vulture) and Sean L. McCarthy (The Comic’s Comic). From Cosby to The Fat Jew, on part part 2 we discuss the biggest controversies of the year, the coming of age for podcasts, SNL 40, and we make some predictions for 2016.
049 - The 2015 Year In Review comedy roundtable Pt. 1
December 23, 2015
The year is coming to an end, so we decided to take a look back at the biggest comedy stories of 2015. Mark and Matt invited their comedy journalism friends, Katla McGlynn (Splitsider, Vanity Fair), Jesse David Fox (Vulture) and Sean L. McCarthy (The Comic’s Comic) to have a roundtable discussion of the biggest comedy news stories in 2015. We covered so much comedy that it had to be broken up into two parts. Enjoy part #1 this week and part #2 will come to you next week.
048 - Gilbert Gottfried
December 17, 2015
This week on the podcast Mark and Matt welcome the one and only Gilbert Gottfried, to talk about his career in comedy, and its a lengthy one. In the comedy news Mark and Matt discuss Howard Stern’s new deal and the top albums of the year.
047 - Jermaine Fowler: Give 'Em Hell Kid
December 10, 2015
This week on the podcast, Mark is grumpy. It also features comedian Jermaine Fowler, who is here to talk about his first stand-up comedy special, "Give 'Em Hell Kid" which is about to premiere on Showtime. The crew discuss comedy influences, TV, and movies. It's a can't miss episode... oh and Mark is grumpy.