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.
Leprechaun Museum (#338)
This week on the Jackie and Laurie Show deprogramming teenagers, outside baseball, and Stanhope compass...
Air Purifier to Spain (#337)
This week on The Jackie and Laurie Show, cult of achievement, marching on France, and no kelp...
Free to be Murdered (#336)
This week on the Jackie and Laurie show, factions, brunch is not a barometer, Jackie is made of bees...
Are You A Spy? (#335)
This week on the Jackie and Laurie Show, all stick, just in case outfit, and smash cut...
Some Adult Content (#334)
This week on Jackie and Laurie, get back to yelling at each other, weird ways to throw your audience, and The New York Post...
Trying to Fill My August (#333)
This week on Jackie and Laurie, Auggie defends, baby killer slut, and four-walls...
Thank you, Jackie and Laurie
This podcast is funny and eye opening. Jackie and Laurie are pros who deserve all the specials and respect.
Funny And FUN!!
I love to laugh, and I love comedy, so I LOVE THIS PODCAST.
This show is so fun to listen to, and makes me laugh out loud every time. You’d think someone who has spent thousands of hours (more?) in comedy venues and performing comedy wouldn’t want to listen to comedy talk, but in this case, I do, and I look forward to each episode. These women (Jackie Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin) are hilarious, grown-up, seasoned comedy pros, relatable humans! who have a sense of humor and professionalism about all of it, and a commitment to the art and craft and business of comedy; and they are honest about the uphill battles and the how great the victories feel and how weird the comedy biz is, but also how awesome it can be. I think it’s also amazing insight for people who aren’t comics, who want to hear about what it’s like, being a pro comic. (It’s funny and amazing and weird! And FUNNY.) So, if you like to laugh, yes, you will enjoy this one. 5 stars. Love them!
It's about effort
I love listening to the musings of these two gifted and hard working comedians. I especially love how they role model effortfulness. Great comedy doesn't happen by magic, it is a carefully honed skill. And money doesn't grow on trees, you have to sell merch! Love you two!!