Tom Green is bringing his groundbreaking and innovative interviews to you, via a brand new podcast from the back of a state-of-the-art van, as he zig-zags his way across America.
A long-time broadcaster and podcaster, Tom has decided to take the show on-the-road in his enlightening, informative, and often funny, in-depth show.
Tony Hawk calls in to compare his recent RV expedition with Tom’s ongoing van expedition. They swap stories of the odd, desert locations they’ve visited in their travels to see and/or skate, the appeal of homemade boards, and skating as exercise even as aging and isolation make it a little more difficult.
This week Jello Biafra calls in to regale Tom with the musical influences that lead to his enduring punk rock empire. How the Dead Kennedys got their name, sporadic pet interruptions, a healthy disdain for adult contemporary, and every aspect of the ongoing Alternative Tentacles assault on boredom and idiocy – this episode is packed with all of it.
Brad Garrett joins Tom to talk social media personalities getting TV pilots or comedy specials, the impact of COVID on clubs and beyond, and looking back at Everybody Loves Raymond. Plus, Tom’s mom gives constructive feedback on his Joe Rogan Experience appearance.
Tom is checking in from the road with an update on his expedition, then Kenny Hotz joins Tom to talk about how Kenny vs. Spenny became a cult classic TV show, the gross-out arms race among reality comedy shows in the early '00s, Canada, and comedy careers. Plus, Tom drops a new rap song to showcase the capabilities of his mobile recording studio.
Felipe Esparza shares some experiences from his life in comedy: from immigrating to the United States on the third try to being on Last Comic Standing to hanging out with Gallagher at the Improv. Everything from being too woke to whether a messed up childhood is good for comedy, Tom and Felipe hash it all out.
Caller, you're on the air. Tom in the van takes calls from his fans so tune in to hear who reaches out and then stick around for Tom taking a call from comedy royalty. Brian Regan phones in to share his experience with getting laughs through N95 masks, the comfort of dad jokes, and sharing the stage with legends like Rodney Dangerfield.
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Full Stars for Podcast!
Wonderful Podcast! So great that Tom is traveling and doing this at the same time!
Please ask Audio Up to tone the commercials down. The volume was boosted exponentially and sudden. Tone it down please.
Love the new podcast Tom. You’re a legend
Midnight caller 2020
Love it. Keep it up Tom!