Two women in comedy, Jackie Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin, talking about women and comedy. No guests, just two headliners who started in the 80s and never stopped.
This week on the Jackie (@jackiekashian) and Laurie (@anylaurie16) Show, hecklers are observed in the wild, Laurie freshens up her car with an entire Christmas tree, and we ask; Did she charm everyone?
Lotta Circles (#412)
This week on Jackie and Laurie, Jackie (@jackiekashian) articulates her understandings of swim soccer, bunions are back for Laurie (@anylaurie16), and who doesn't like a nice foyer?
Sugar Maker (#411)
This week Jackie (@jackiekashian) and Laurie (@anylaurie16) are live in Austin, Texas. Laurie is waiting for her hair to dry. Jackie fears being killed by a hack, and is Austin a good town to work on hospice material?
Creating a Pantheon (#410)
This week on the Jackie and Laurie Show, Laurie (@anylaurie16) insists men should eat their empathy bellies, Jackie (@jackiekashian) is a perfectly nice person, and everyday, someone, somewhere is new to Brian Regan...
Baby Dinosaurs (#409)
This week on the Jackie and Laurie show, Jackie won’t even tease a clavicle to get out of a ticket, possible spin off podcasts, and we all have our own “shit that went down when I was 13” we cary with us…
Laurie Kilmartin University (#408)
This week on the Jackie and Laurie Show, Laurie (@anylaurie16) briefly ruminates on what she would do “If I were a comic”. They explore classy literature that invites you to fart proudly. Plus, Are you happy now Algorithm?
An Oprah Moment
This Q and A should be on Oprah’s masterclass show. What a learning experience. So insightful. No classroom could have given this information. Thank you.
Jackie is positive and delightful but real as well!
She isn’t saddled with resentment but talks about her life in a genuine way.
Two crabs one cave?
If we don't believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don't believe in it at all. -Noam Chomsky.
Just be aware adrienne iapalucci is great. And Louis CK is incredibly funny and you come across as bitter sometimes. You’re not better than Louis in comedy or as people.