10 episodes

Michael Cruz Kayne chats with friends, comedians and other notable types about grief. Not just the hard parts, but also the memories that make us laugh, the dumb stuff people said to us, and the way we recovered...or didn't. Each episode is a funny, joyful, and also sometimes really really sad reflection on grief, but that's ok. Good even. 

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    • 4.9 • 72 Ratings

Michael Cruz Kayne chats with friends, comedians and other notable types about grief. Not just the hard parts, but also the memories that make us laugh, the dumb stuff people said to us, and the way we recovered...or didn't. Each episode is a funny, joyful, and also sometimes really really sad reflection on grief, but that's ok. Good even. 

    Chris Kelly

    Chris Kelly

    On this episode of A Good Cry, Michael talks with Chris Kelly (SNL, Other People, The Other Two) about Chris's mother.  They get into maternal energy, what grief does to memory, and tumblr.com.  Remember Tumblr?

    Email Michael with questions, comments, or compliments at agoodcry@theradiopoint.com

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Jon Gabrus

    Jon Gabrus

    This week on A Good Cry, Michael talks with Jon Gabrus (High and Mighty, Comedy Bang Bang) about his dad, miscarriage, and a truly insane walk down the aisle.

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Rachel Wenitsky

    Rachel Wenitsky

    This week on A Good Cry, Michael talks with Rachel Wenitsky (The Tonight Show, Friends Who Folk) about her dad.  They also get into lookie loos (spelling?), bad grief cards, and way way too much Devs.

    See Michael's show Sorry For Your Loss live in NYC on 11/7: Tickets

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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Laurie Kilmartin

    Laurie Kilmartin

    This week on A Good Cry, Michael talks with Laurie Kilmartin about her parents.  They talk about Twitter, Amazon bookstores, and secretly recording your family... you know, in a nice way.

    See Michael's show Sorry For Your Loss live in NYC on 11/7: Tickets

    Follow Michael Cruz Kayne:

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    • 58 min
    Alyssa Limperis

    Alyssa Limperis

    This week on A Good Cry, Michael talks with Alyssa Limperis about her dad Jim.  They talk about oat milk lattes, crying on the subway, and how grief can become a fanny pack.

    See Michael's show Sorry For Your Loss live in NYC on 10/23: Tickets

    Follow Michael Cruz Kayne:

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    • 51 min
    Aida Osman

    Aida Osman

    This week on A Good Cry, Michael talks with Aida Osman about her brother Sam.  They talk about Nebraska, growing up quickly, and Being John Malkovic.  Malkovich?  Malkovich.

    See Michael's show Sorry For Your Loss live in NYC on 10/23: Tickets

    Follow Michael Cruz Kayne:

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    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

sarah faulkner 803 ,

The Podcast You Didn’t Know You Needed

A Good Cry touches your heart, helps you to feel a little less alone, and makes you laugh out loud as people navigate the unforgiving route of trauma and grief. A perfect, healing balance!

eshaddow ,

The most wonderful

This podcast makes me realize it’s ok to laugh through my heartache, and truly is a reflection of its incredible, kind, brilliant creator. UNBIASED REVIEW.

portshane ,

A Welcome Balm

This podcast is such a soothing (and often funny) refuge that I find myself craving.

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