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113: Shane Mauss has a good trip

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March 23, 2017

The Laugh Button

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087: Comedy legacies and Daniel Sloss

September 15, 2016

Mark and Matt geek out a bit about comedy, what makes some go down as legends and what makes some disappear into the annals of history. Comedian Daniel Sloss then joins us to talk about his rocketing career and how he approaches taking it to the United States. Rate, subscribe and tell your friends.

086: About them roasts, and Caleb Synan

September 8, 2016

This week, the Roast of Rob Lowe happened, and well, Lowe isn't the appearance everyone is talking about. Mark and Matt discuss the history of the roasts and try to determine what makes them best. Our guest comedian this week is Caleb Synan. He sits down and breaks down comedy, the best kind of interviews.

085: Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy

September 1, 2016

We discuss the legacy of Gene Wilder upon the news of his passing. When someone great passes, it makes you remember just how good they were, even if you haven’t thought about them for a while. Then we welcome two absolute comedy legends onto the show – Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy. Both of which just released a dual Netflix stand-up special, We’ve Been Thinking. We were able to get some time with both of them to talk about the special and their careers in comedy. Giddyup!Remember to tell your friends about the show, subscribe, rate, and review.

084: It’s Rush Hour with Justin Hires

August 25, 2016

The Laugh Button is turning 10. Let's reflect. There a lot of stand-up comedy on the horizon between now and the end of the year. Comedian Justin Hires joins us on the podcast to talk about comedy and talk about starring in the TV adaptation of the hit movie franchise, Rush Hour.

083: Sean Patton and shenanigans

August 18, 2016

Mark and Matt talk about the sudden cancellation of "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore," what it means for late night comedy, and what does it possibly mean for political comedy. Then, comedian Sean Patton joins us to have a really in-depth conversation about comedy. Sean is one of the wittiest and unique comedians working the game right now and we're psyched to have him on the show. Shenanigans!
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