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117: Jim Tews was in band

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April 20, 2017

The Laugh Button

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011 - As the world turns with Pete Lee

April 2, 2015

Mark and Matt discuss the comedy news, including Trevor Noah becoming the new host of The Daily Show. They then welcome comedian Pete Lee to discuss his life as a road comic, his stint on a soap opera, and an encounter with social activists. Pete might be the nicest guy ever and finally returns something to Mark that he borrowed.

010 - We podcast with Iliza Shlesinger in Austin

March 26, 2015

Mark and Matt deliver all the comedy news of the week which includes all of the developments on the Super Troopers sequel, a new Patrice O’Neal documentary, and Broad F*ckin City. They then welcome Iliza Shlesinger onto the show to talk about life while down in Austin for SXSW.

009 - Live from SXSW with Nate Bargatze

March 19, 2015

Mark and Matt are live from Austin, TX for the annual South By Southwest (SXSW) to see some comedy and take in the local flavor. After recapping the week of comedy, they welcome comedian Nate Bargatze onto the podcast to talk about performing in Austin, the taping of the Roast of Justin Bieber, his upcoming stand-up special, and what it took him to get to the festival.

008 - Bad Meat with Aaron Berg

March 12, 2015

This week comedian Aaron Berg talks comedy news with Mark. The discussion ranges from bad meat, hair clubs, body builders named "Hot Chocolate," past addictions to wine, his new book, receiving oral pleasure 3 times on stage in Canada, and cutting edge comedy.

007 - Seeing other people with Giulia Rozzi and Brooke Van Poppelen

March 5, 2015

Mark and Matt are joined in the studio by Giulia Rozzi and Brook Van Poppelen, two comedians who wrote and star in the web series, "Seeing Other People." The gang discusses stand-up vs writing comedy, Hollywood re-treads, and lifehacks.
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