034 - Dave Hill takes us back to school
September 10, 2015
It's back to school week and Mark and Matt talk about important things like the movie that shares that name. Colbert returns to TV, Lucille Ball sees a revival, and Matt knows who would portray him in a biopic. Comedian Dave Hill joins us to discuss his career in comedy and his many, many, projects including his new album, writing the theme song for "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver," and the proper way to hip check joggers.
033 - Josh Gondelman is here this week today
September 3, 2015
Mark and Matt discuss their recent trip to see a test show of Late Show with Stephen Colbert before it premieres. Then, keeping with the late night theme, comedian Josh Gondelman joins us for an interview. Josh has a new book and is also a writer on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver who oversaw the show’s deployment into being a web powerhouse. Also, we give a shout out to our listeners who helped Matt find something he’d been looking for for a long time.
032 - Nick Vatterott's life experiences
August 27, 2015
This week Mark and Matt tackle the comedy news like Bill Burr's comments on Caitlyn Jenner, Forbes highest paid actors on TV list. We then welcome comedian Nick Vatterott onto the show to discuss the Brooklyn Comedy Festival and his experience on reality TV like "Last Comic Standing."
031 - The Kickback’s Billy Yost is Sorry All Over The Place
August 20, 2015
In the news we discuss Fat Jew’s joke thievery, Chappelle’s tour, and Documentary Now! Mark and Matt then welcome lead singer of The Kickback, Billy Yost onto the podcast. Billy is a big fan of comedy and has some killer Doug Stanhope stories and goes round for round with some pop culture trivia, as well as doppleganger discussion. The Kickback’s debut album, "Sorry All Over the Place" is in stores September 18th, and listeners should check it out
030 - Todd Glass crashes our Alonzo Bodden interview
August 13, 2015
We're at the Just For Laughs festival and while waiting to speak with Alonzo Bodden, Todd Glass decides to crash our interviews. In the comedy news, Mark and Matt talk about the I Am Chris Farley documentary, old episodes of The Tonight Show, and remembering Robin Williams on the one year anniversary of his death.