He’s mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore. HATE TO BREAK IT TO YA is a weekly podcast hosted by actor/comedian Jamie Kennedy. Jamie is on a constant quest to get to the bottom of things. Step inside Jamie’s brain where you will be confronted with idea’s that are unique and thought-provoking. An assault on your ears with a spin you may not want to hear....
Ep 20 The World is Flipping Out w/ Flip Schultz
Jame and Donut sit down with their good buddy and hilarious comedian, Flip Schultz
Ep 19. I'm the Victim Here w/ Donut
Jamie sits down in the new studio to talk about Joe Biden, jokes on both sides, and the future of comedy under a new president.
Ep 18. BLM vs Burritos
Jamie sits down with comedian Brian Swinehart and talks BLM, Masks, Leaving california, and freedom.
Ep. 17 A Conversation with Von Mychael
Jamie sits down for a frank conversation about the world today, with the very funny Von Mychael.
Ep. 16 Drinking
Jamie sits down solo to talk about the draw-backs of drinking, and the clarity of being sober.
Ep. 15 - Doughnut Therapy
Jamie sits down to talk about believing in yourself, and how no one owes you shit!
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The best stories from Jamie Kennedy. Smart, honest and funny. Good stuff Jamie😘
Intellectual & sexy.
An intellectual and hilarious at the same time. I knew when he started, it was going to be awesome.
Jamie’s stand up is brutally honest as is his podcast. I’m no prude but I like it that he knows more adjectives than curse words. He’s also ALL MAN. I mean that in the best of ways. He’s not apologetic for it & he shouldn’t be. He seems like a gentleman & I like that old fashioned approach in spite of the fact that I’m a feminist (yes, that’s possible).
Shockingly down to earth, he sounds like a man who knows himself and that’s so rare.
Jamie, you’re a gem. You’ve actually helped me with some of my issues about relationships & industry expectations.
Thank you. Love you & hope to see you live one day.
As a woman who’s been celibate for 8 years, you’ve given me a glimmer of hope.
This podcast speaks to me.
Jamie makes me feel like I’m not alone in the world for thinking the same “crazy” thoughts he discusses on the podcast.