Host Andy Richter asks the same three questions to each guest: Where do you come from? Where are you going? What have you learned? These three simple questions, when answered honestly and thoughtfully, are enough to provide a pretty complete picture of who a person is. The answers are what Andy always wants to know about people. This will not be a one-sided process, as Andy won’t shy away from getting personal himself.
Actor and comedian Tim Meadows joins Andy to discuss their shared Chicago roots, the challenges of being a divorced dad, and how Talking Heads inspired his comedy career. Plus, Tim remembers and reflects on his friend Chris Farley.
Author Lauren Hough calls her Twitter pal Andy to talk about her new book, "Leaving Isn't The Hardest Thing." They also discuss her experiences growing up in a cult, being gay in the military during peak "Don't ask, don't tell," and the power of empathy.
Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel joins Andy to discuss his childhood in Las Vegas, how he made the jump from radio to TV, and why his family is such a big part of his show and his success.
Singer-songwriter Liz Phair joins Andy to talk about her new album "Soberish." She also reflects on her life straddling two states, her background as a visual artist, and what it takes to be a rockstar.
Actress Judy Greer catches up with her friend Andy. Judy shares the perks of playing the sidekick, how she stumbled into an intense acting conservatory, and some sage advice from Dido.
Actor and comedian JB Smoove joins Andy to drop some jewels of wisdom. The two discuss how JB got the standup bug, his affinity for giving advice, and why he loves being a work in progress. Plus, JB breaks down his new podcast "May I Elaborate?" which debuted April 26th.
Andy is cool
Andy is a great interviewer wow, his guests seem so relaxed. Feels like I’m in the ‘room’ or on the call too with them.
I've been listenting to 3Q from the start. Andy's sense of humour and great guests are what got me into it. But what keeps me coming back are the revealing and truly insightful dives into the human condition that they get into. The show is rarely disappointing. Often I'll see a name of a guest I don't know or think I'll get much from, but after a few minutes of talking with Andy, I'm always surprised how much I can identify with them. I really appreciate Andy's relaxed, mid-western "don't-get-too-big-for-yourself" sensibility and style. The podcast has been a rewarding 60 mins each week.
Andy seems like a down to earth guy. I within the past ten I discovered and fell in love with the Conan show &Andy is my favourite part of that show.so now just Andy that’s all kinds of all right.