044 - Sean Donnelly has a Manual Labor face
November 19, 2015
This week comedian Sean Donnelly joins us to talk about his new album "Manual Labor Face," his origins as a New York Comedian and how he’d do it differently, and some Saved By The Bell Trivia, all before letting us know what it was like to ride the bench of the basketball team his dad coached. Intern Will and Metal Insider’s Bram Teitelman join Mark for the news as Matt is picking out a bow-tie for his wedding.
043 - Hasan Minhaj from The Daily Show
November 12, 2015
Hasan Minhaj, is a comedian and correspondent on The Daily Show. He's currently performing his one man show, "Homecoming King" in New York City. Hasan drops by the podcast to talk about performing this show. He also shares what its like participating on the political comedy process.
042 - Mark Lives!
November 5, 2015
Mark returns to The Laugh Button podcast this week after Matt was pretty sure he died somewhere in Europe. With Mark comes all the comedy news of the week, and there's a lot. So much in fact that Mark and Matt dive right into it in order to cover it all.
041 - Take us down to Moonbeam City
October 29, 2015
This week for the news Matt welcomes Bram Teitelman, Editor-in-Chief of our sister site, Metal Insider. Bram and Intern Will sit in on the news because Mark is not present… he might be on a mountain somewhere. We then interview Scott Gairdner and Tommy Blacha, the creative team behind the awesome Comedy Central animated series, "Moonbeam City" to talk about the show’s creation and how it all came together. It’s a jam packed episode!
040 - The Nightly Show writers room
October 22, 2015
This week we drop by The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and have a conversation with the show’s writers and panelists, Mike Yard, Holly Walker, and Ricky Velez. We talk about the show, comedy, politics, and race. Somehow we end up talking about Mythbusters, which leads to conversation about Chris Rock hosting the Oscars and Mark and Matt get to the bottom of the accusations that Amy Schumer stole jokes from Patrice O’Neal.