Pod damn! THIS is entertainment! It\'s like The Mike Douglas Show and SNL had a love child.
TGS 269-Me & Kip Addotta Vol 1
Kip Addotta was an incredible standup comedian.He was also a guy who used to call me late at night and insisted that I record all our conversations.Kip passed away in August of 2019, and rather than just let the countless hours of talks wither away on my hard drive, this is the first of MANY volumes of interactions with him.For more, go to Amazon and pick up his autobiography, Confessions Of A Comedian.
TGS 268-The Debra Palardy Interview
Debra Palardy has written a new book that destroys domestic violence. Which is kind of a violent metaphor, but let's face it, domestic violence had it coming.Sweetie: How Much Should You Give Up To Keep That Relationship, I Can Answer That! is a short, personal book that will engage the reader into examining their situation and making better decisions. Get it today!
TGS 266-The Steve Bluestein's Prostate Interview
Could Steve Bluestein's prostate be the funniest prostate in the world? It's possible. If anyone could take prostate cancer and find all the funny in it, it's Steve. Tom was lucky enough to talk to the acclaimed comedian and author about his new book, "Take My Prostate...Please!" (now available on Amazon.) During the conversation, they covered nurses in drag, chic Los Angeles hospital cuisine, and the always side-splitting process of finding out you have prostate cancer, and all the steps necessary to get rid of it.Get ready to laugh at someone else's prostate as Tom talks with comedian and author Steve Bluestein.
TGS 265-Fourth Annual Super Bowl Commercial Review
Yes, it's BACK! Our FOURTH Annual Super Bowl Commercial Review!If you saw the commercials and were unsure which ones were great, and which ones were terrible, fear not. We'll remove all the mystery.And, FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, we're podcasting our daily live show--so the two worlds will collide for the first time ever. Yes, we're crossing the streams.So sit back, relax, and bask in the vitriol of Tom's harsh evaluations of TV commercials.
TGS 264-The Steve Bluestein Interview
You might not know it, but you're in luck. Because comedian Steve Bluestein has written a book that's going to make you laugh out loud. Constantly.
Memoir Of A Nobody hilariously chronicles Steve's travels through the world of entertainment. As an opening act for Barry Manilow, Donna Summer, Frankie Avalon, Rita Moreno, Frankie Valli, Melissa Manchester, and Mac Davis (among others.)
And, as a successful TV writer for The Brady Bunch Variety Hour, The New Candid Camera, and other shows. Plus his unforgettable takes on just the random occurrences in his everyday life.
Spend some time hearing a master storyteller as we talk about Memoir Of A Nobody with its hysterically funny author, Steve Bluestein.
TGS 263-The Last Days Of Letterman Episode
The end of The Late Show with David Letterman marked the end of a truly singular achievement in television.Certainly, the 33 years of brilliance Dave brought to the screen are a story in itself, but a new book by Scott Ryan--The Last Days of Letterman--insightfully and meticulously chronicles the perfect and seamless flourish the greatest talk show host of our generation ended his career with.Listen in as your beloved host, the VERY FIRST Letterman Scholarship winner (yes, that's a thing) and Mr. Ryan go over the book in detail. You'll hear how the author managed to get the firsthand accounts of over 20 Letterman staffers as the big show came to a close.It's an episode you're sure to put on your Top 10 List of podcast offerings--The Last Days of Letterman with Scott Ryan!
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great show, but much better as the instigator on dysfunctional podcast and uncomfortably funny podcast
This show is a must listen!
Great vibe. Love the host with lots of laughs, I'm so glad I came across this one! Subscribed for live over here!
This show pretty well sums up what is wrong with the world. Misinformation galore. I doubt the host even understands the scientific method or was never taught it in school. Just terrible.