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.
Stand-up Comedian Neal Brennan joins Andy Richter to talk about working with your close friend, defining your career, experimental meditation and more.
Chris Pratt on Parks and Recollection
Hey Three Questions listeners, today we’re giving you a taste of a very special episode of Parks and Recollection featuring Chris Pratt! On this episode Chris opens up about his audition for Parks and Rec, working with Mouse Rat song writer Mark Rivers, adapting the character of Andy to a lovable loser, and so much more! If you liked this clip, then spread your wings and fly on over to Parks and Recollection to hear the whole episode!
Writer, comedian and TV show host Amber Ruffin joins Andy Richter to talk about getting started at Boom Chicago, auditioning for SNL, making the news funny, and more.
Standup comedian Taylor Tomlinson joins Andy Richter to talk about starting comedy from a religious background, quarantining with a long distance partner, doing comedy that your parents don't enjoy, and more.
Writer and TV personality Dave Holmes joins Andy Richter to talk about growing up in the midwest, coming out, finding your way in the industry, and more!
John Flansburgh (They Might Be Giants) joins Andy Richter to talk about the notion of "selling out", the magic of Dial-A-Song, They Might Be Giants' new project "Book", and more.
Can’t Get Enough
Gotta be honest, I don’t know most of the guests that Andy Richter has on his podcast but he makes every interview funny and interesting. Perfect for the ride to and from work.
Love Andy.… on the Tyler Tomlinson episode it was hard to listen. She wasn’t giving anything. It seemed like she was annoyed by the questions and would not offer anything aside from the answer to the question. It was so annoying. And Andy really tried. She’s supposed to be this funny comedian but she was so dry… ugh so frustrating. I’m sorry Andy I couldn’t finish this episode.
Not really a comedy mind
This guy seems a bit judgy. I hear him over and over again talking about not understanding true geniuses.