Comedy writers Mike Drucker ("The Tonight Show," The Onion, Marvel) and Jess Dweck ("The Tonight Show", "Late Night") invite fellow comedians, writers, and other interesting people to teach them how to be normal human beings. Logo by Bryan Brinkman. Theme by Eric Gersen. www.patreon.com/howtobeaperson
Episode 169 - How To End a Podcast
In their last episode of How To Be a Person, Drucker and Dweck talk to their first-ever podcast guest (and their hilarious friend) Albertina Rizzo!
Episode 168 - How To Have Writer's Block
In their penultimate episode, Drucker and Dweck talk about how much it sucks to be a writer. Was this episode necessary? Definitely not. Was it just another way to procrastinate and avoid writing? Probably. Honestly, we just wanted to end on the number 169.
Episode 167 - Cirocco Dunlap - How To Get Over a Relationship That Wasn't a Relationship
Writer Cirocco Dunlap (The New Yorker, Man Seeking Woman) teaches us how to deal with the break up of a relationship that was never actually a relationship, how to talk about the Legend of Zelda in therapy, how to conquer your fear of spiders, and how to write a good children's book.
Episode 166 - Paul Myers - How To Write a Biography
Musician, author, and comedy nerd Paul Myers teaches us how to write a biography. Check out his new book, The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy, available wherever books are sold!
Episode 165 - How To Reboot a Podcast
Another Drucker-Dweck solo ep!
Episode 164 - Nate Fernald - How To Build a House
Comedian and writer Nate Fernald (Late Late Show) teaches us how to build a house and many other things. Also, Drucker goes missing and mysteriously resurfaces in the middle of the podcast. It's a crazy one.
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Very funny duo
Came for the Drucker, stayed for The Dweck.
I love the sociopolitical commentary; glad to hear from sharp people who follow the goings-on so closely since sometimes it feels too bleak to engage. It’s also a great peek into the lives/careers of comedy writers in real time.