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.
Ben Schwartz (Sonic the Hedgehog) joins Andy Richter to talk about getting started in comedy, freelance joke writing for Letterman and Weekend Update, having a strong work ethic and more.
Best of 2021
Andy Richter shares some of his favorite moments of 2021 featuring Chelsea Peretti, Bowen Yang, Aisha Tyler, Jason Mantzoukas, Nikki Glaser and Tim Meadows.
Kate Flannery (The Office) joins Andy Richter to talk about meeting in an improv class, being a character actor, playing Meredith on The Office, and more!
American former figure skater Adam Rippon joins Andy Richter to talk about helping raise younger siblings, training for the Olympics, being an openly gay Olympic athlete, and more.
Comedian Jackie Kashian joins Andy Richter to talk about being Armenian, growing up in Wisconsin, her family dynamics, and more.
Comedian Moses Storm joins Andy Richter to discuss his name, being raised in a religious cult, finding stand up comedy and preparing for his new special Trash White.
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Andy seems very genuine!
I listen to every week’s podcast. Often I have never even heard of the guest, but I am always engaged in the conversation. I love the laid back style and get the sense Andy is just a great guy, having great conversations. Keep ‘em coming!!
It's not about you
I tuned in to hear from each guest but Andy monopolized each episode. Is this payback from years of sitting by as sidekick?
Good but needs self awareness
Andy I enjoy your podcast but I don’t know how important it is to have a public therapy session for yourself each episode. You need to compartmentalize and separate your sidekick syndrome issues from the purpose of your guests. Stop cutting them off constantly and let them speak before your anecdote turns it into all about you. When you manage to use listening skills the show is better
Update- the show’s rougher early days are not representative of the exceptional interview / listening skills of Andy. Really one of the best shows