16 episodes

Host Andy Richter asks the same three questions to each guest: Where do you come from? Where are you going? What have you learned? These three simple questions, when answered honestly and thoughtfully, are enough to provide a pretty complete picture of who a person is. The answers are what Andy always wants to know about people. This will not be a one-sided process, as Andy won’t shy away from getting personal himself.

The Three Questions with Andy Richter Earwolf

    • Comedy
    • 4.5, 1.8K Ratings

Host Andy Richter asks the same three questions to each guest: Where do you come from? Where are you going? What have you learned? These three simple questions, when answered honestly and thoughtfully, are enough to provide a pretty complete picture of who a person is. The answers are what Andy always wants to know about people. This will not be a one-sided process, as Andy won’t shy away from getting personal himself.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.8K Ratings

1.8K Ratings

vs:: ,

Andy’s the best

Great guests and interviews. It’s funny and in-depth.

Beam_me_up82 ,

One glaring problem

I love Andy and the guests so far, but it so cringy how much Andy steers every guests story that he can towards himself. I do like to hear about Andy’s background and upbringing, but it’s obnoxious to interrupt a guest on your show to talk about yourself.

rorytfenwick ,

Disappointing

I was excited for this show when I heard Andy come on to Comedy Bang Bang to promote it. I was particularly excited for hearing Loren Bouchard’s interview since (as was discussed in the interview) he doesn’t do a lot of public interviews. Unfortunately, the show has a lot of downfalls. And Andy’s interview style may be one of the most glaring. I understand the desire to empathize with someone you’re conversing with. I also understand that in this sort of format I’m mostly interested in the guest and perhaps or perhaps not interested in the host’s story. I’m certainly not interested in hearing the host answer the question for the guest. Andy does this a lot. The LB interview provides a great example. Andy asks him a question about ADD and moments into the guest’s reply Andy jumps in to explain his experience with ADD in a long-winded self-reply to a question he’d asked his guest. It just made me think, “I think I understand what you mean by your struggles with ADD now, Andy.”

Anyway, the point is that most shows have been long slogs that could be distilled down into interesting insights into a wonderful list of guests if the host would step back and listen once a question is asked. It’s also surprising how poorly the audio quality is executed for a show one would assume has access to state of the art broadcasting equipment. I just unsubscribed as I finally got to hear the LB interview. I have sat through enough episodes that tend to follow the same script which I have not enjoyed.

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