Jul 27, 2020
It's the subject of countless podcasts, documentaries, films, stories, plays, TV shows, board games, etc., but when a comedian tells jokes about murder, the audience instantly tenses up. In part 1 of this 2 part episode with AJ DiCosimo, one-liner assassin and contributor to MAD Magazine and The New Yorker, we discuss...
Jul 20, 2020
We use it every day without much of a thought, but after taking just a few minutes, there is so much potential for funny in Google Maps, Waze, Apple Maps, etc.
Remember Mapquest? Technology is developing so quickly, it's more daunting than funny, so we invited NYC comic Freddy G to discuss his hilarious Google Maps bit,...
Jul 13, 2020
Finding out you're getting cheated on sucks, and being the one who's doing the cheating makes you an asshole.
We know these are controversial statements, but here's the most controversial statement of them all: both of these things can be funny.
Toronto comedian Michael Moses joins the podcast to down a bit about...
Jul 6, 2020
It was one of the most deflating and egregious breaches of trust during our childhood. No, not finding out you were adopted, finding out Santa isn't real.
Diego Attanasio, a very funny nationally touring comic from Detroit, joins the podcast to talk about how receiving bad news on this magnitude can be turned into...
Jun 29, 2020
Getting fired sucks. Unless your job sucks, then it's awesome.
But most of the time, getting fired isn't cool and in the moment, it can be hard to find levity in the face of adversity.
Not for Youngstown Comedy Festival winner Tim Wolfe.
In this episode, we break down a brilliant set by Tim, then explore why getting...