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117: Jim Tews was in band

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April 20, 2017

The Laugh Button

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021 - Hanging with John Leguizamo at BookCon

June 11, 2015

Our 21st episode! We’re legally old enough to drink now. This week on the podcast Mark and Matt welcome the one and only John Leguizamo live on the scene at our stand-up show at BookCon 2015. John is set to release a graphic novel of his one man show Ghetto Klown this fall. In the news we talk Seinfeld, festivals, and favorite stand-up specials of the year (so far).

020 - It's storytime with Tom Cotter

June 4, 2015

Mark is free! After being sequestered for jury duty all week he returns for Matt to catch him up on all the comedy news. Then Tom Cotter speaks. The veteran comedian tells us about coming up in the Boston comedy scene to his time on America's Got Talent. He's done it all, and he has the tales to tell.

019 - Dining with Jen Kirkman (and we feel fine)

May 28, 2015

Mark and Matt have some big Laugh Button news this week as we’re going on tour this summer. We then meet up with comedian Jen Kirkman to catch a bite to eat and talk about her new Netflix special, I’m Going To Die Alone (And I Feel Fine).

018 - Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Sutton from The SDR Show

May 21, 2015

Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Sutton, co-hosts from The SDR Show just celebrated their one year of podcasting. They joined Mark and Matt to talk about their trip up until this point. As you'd imagine, it involves a lot of sex, drugs, and rock & roll.

017 - So underground, you can’t find it, with Aparna Nancherla

May 14, 2015

This week Mark and Matt are all over the upfront news as networks decided the fates of future sitcoms this week. We also dove into the rest of the comedy news about live stand-up shows that may or may not have included a few Brian Regan impressions. After the news we welcome comedian/writer Aparna Nancherla to talk about the taping of her debut stand-up comedy album, what it’s like to audition for TV shows, and then Mark Mark decides to one-up the rest of the gang and discuss films no one can find and words nobody can define. That guy!
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