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.
Musician Phoebe Bridgers talks with Andy Richter about facing careless criticism, what she likes about the way in which her writing has evolved, and doing press from home for her latest album Punisher.
Comedian and actress Mary Holland talks with Andy Richter about studying Meisner technique at Interlochen, the importance of not clinging to results, and co-writing the screenplay for her new film Happiest Season.
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Writer Ira Madison III talks with Andy Richter about growing up a comic book fan in Milwaukee, his early gigs writing for magazines, and turning a Twitter catchphrase into a podcast with his show “Keep It."
Comedian and actress Retta talks with Andy Richter about switching careers from chemistry to stand-up, cementing herself as a series regular on Parks & Rec, and achieving her dream of heading her own sitcom with Good Girls.
Comedian Chris Fleming talks with Andy Richter playing off his androgyny, being featured in his high school’s film festival, putting in the work for his web series Gayle, and more.
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Who are these people?
It would be helpful if some context could be given about the guests. A brief introduction about who they are, what they’ve done, anything else that could pinpoint them to the listener who has no idea who they are just from their name. Otherwise this is a down to earth, natural conversation where the host is genuinely interested in listening to the answers to his questions.
‘underwhelming’ would be an underwhelming word to use to describe
...just how un-edgy and boring Andy’s conversations have been so far. Even with thoroughly interesting people like Sedaris, Andy found a way to have the conversation get less and less introspective and honest and potentially revealing. Maybe Andy needs to figure out a way to be open with his feelings before he just starts up a podcast out of nowhere.
Andy Richter is funny. His podcast is great!
Andy Richter,(to me) is like a mix bugs bunny, the stooges and Rodney Dangerfield. If Conan was Joey Ramone, Andy is Dee Dee.