A show hosted by comics Brian Gendron and Drew Jordan about great comedy bits with the comedians who wrote and performed them. Any comedian or comedy fan will appreciate going behind the curtain to learn about how jokes are constructed!
"Consistent Voice" - Katie Hannigan
The boys are joined by NYC comedian, actor, and writer Katie Hannigan. Coming off the release of her latest comedy album “Feeling of Emptiness”, Katie is building up her new material while exploring other passionates such as screen acting. Her writing processes are inspiring including transcribing other comedians material she likes to figure out the […]
"Shorts" - Sarah Tollemache Returns!
No, we’re not debating wearing shorts on stage, we’re talking digital shorts… Are you making them? Are you struggling getting eyes on them? How can you level up? Have you considered submitting them to festivals? Sarah has been perfecting the craft of DIY production of her sketches and has recently found success with her digital […]
"Live a Life" - Adam English
Comedian and writer Alex English joins the guys to talk comedy! Alex has come a long way in the last decade in the game since being unknowingly signed us for an open mic to just be completing his first season of writing for Saturday Night Live! Admittedly he says he feels like had to start […]
“Barking” – Adam Hunter
If you take away anything from Adam it is to grind it out and hustle. For five years he was barking at a club in New York in exchange for stage time. Then fought for each opportunity he got including three times getting passed on NBC’s Last Comic Standing but only making it on to […]
"Don't Skip Any Steps" - David Gborie
So much great advice shared by David! Work Hard and don’t skip any steps! It’s a cumulative effect of all the progress of the work you put in. Some things that help, start a mic or a showcase where your comfortable and work out new jokes. Start a podcast and not necessarily a comedy podcast. […]
"Networking" - Kim Congdon
The guys are joined by LA comedian, writer, and actress Kimberly Congdon! Kim’s first two standup sets ever were both at the World Famous Comedy Store. She rolled the Pot Luck open mic spot into a spot on the new (at the time) Kill Tony Show where she became one of the first show regulars. […]
Fun to hear the comedians from behind the scenes. I enjoy listening with a cup of joe
This is a great podcast with GREAT guests giving GREAT insights! highly suggested!!!!
A great podcast that breaks down the subtleties of comedy in a brilliant way