What is it like to live without a dad? How about without a dad AND a mom? Does a lack of parent's stunt or accelerate an artist's growth? How did they learn to tie thier shoes? Orphan comedians, Amber Rollo & Chanel Ali, have a guest on each week to talk about it and laugh at some supremely dark stuff. Listen to their stories from the luxury of your parent's guest room, while lamenting how hard it is to not have a struggle. Remember, we are proud of you.
In this episode we talk with comedian Harrison Tweed about his orphan stage name, his network and his awesome mom!
Before that we chat about The Orphan Age, the Alabama Abortion Ban and Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong's new animated series on Netflix, Tuca and Bertie.
Remember, we are proud of you!
Kunal C Arora
In this episode we talk with comedian Kunal C Arora about getting catfished, burning elevators and how every hetersexual woman raises a few boys. His life sounds like a mix of The Sandlot and The Bad Seed and we're into it.
Before that we chat about Netflix bringing Roald Dahl books to the small screen, Chanel writing for Netflix and throwing axes at Amber's birthday. Is axe throwing orphan?
And of course our famous orpan from history, the man, the myth, the legend, Malcom X.
In this ep we talk with comedian Katharyn Henson on everything her mom did right, shopping the sales rack and selling bagels. Some of her life sounds magical and some of it sounds like Hogwarts, either way she's a total orphan and we love her.
Before that we chatted about Chanel's large list of celebrities she wrote about the recent Icon Award Gala honoring Billy Crystal, Thanksgiving and The Grinch who tried to tell us we needed it.
Our famous orphan from history is Edgar A. Poe, why the A.? Listen.
To celebrate lucky episode number 13, Amber and Chanel talk about Halloween, what is it like for orphans, and famous orphans people like to dress up as.
Before that both hosts have exciting, life changing personal Orphan News.
In this episode Amber and Chanel talk with comedian and writer Cathy Humes about missing what you miss. She was a pleasure to talk to and had amazing insights into hos to deal with loss. Also, y'all should follow her on Twitter @CrappyFumes because her puns are delightful.
Before that we chatted about Mama Mia!, Janet Jackson, International Friendship Day and Dunkin' Donuts.
Our famous orphan this episode was The Queen of Pop, Den Mother and all around Bad Ass, Madonna.
In this episode Amber & Chanel talk with comedian and public speaker Pamela Rae on the white lies orphans sometimes tell the world to protect ourselves, living with tourette syndrome, and how her teachers helped her find her true passion.
Before that we chat about The First Purge, Kelsey Elson (London Pride Voguer), and Amber's chosen family.
Our orphan from history was the famous actress Ingrid Bergman.
Customer ReviewsSee All
I want to binge it but I'm crying too much
Shockingly soothing in a time of existential chaos
these two are HILARIOUS while still being genuine, warm, and thoughtful. love that they're tackling this topic and can't wait to hear more
Orphans are successful!
Chanel and Amber have the best guests! They tackle serious subjects with open hearts and laughter. Great chemistry between these two feisty comedians. There are nuggets of orphan wisdom to gather from every episode that I can apply to my own life, even though I still have my parents. High recommend!