In this episode, we are joined by the funny Yusuf Ali, Cleveland native who shares with us the Family Size scam, the zipper and chicken finger monopoly & learning slurs. We also talk the death of CDs, rim designs for wheelchairs, music videos and adult day care.
In this lengthy episode, Bryan and Carmen open with porn of the incest variety, Haiti vs the Dominican Republic, the devaluing art for the sake of the planet & manipulation in little girls. They talk Trump tweets, the drawing of swastikas and the cool S, Los Angeles & Carmen goes on a rant about how being fun doesn't mean you want to fuck.
In this episode, Carmen and Bryan discuss outlandish statements that make people not want to listen, santeria, flashers, how being mean is not assault, cooked fruit, people who are "cobblers" and a crack head samurai that Bryan witnessed power up and go full on super saiyan.
In this worldly episode, we are joined by the very funny Tom Rhodes. We talk doing comedy internationally, traveling, enjoying confrontation. We also talk socialism, communism, republicans and team politics.
In this fun episode, we are joined by the funny Kyle Kinane. We discuss living on the road vs having a day job, struggling artists in an app-based economy and falling into viral marketing traps. We also dive into great artists who are monsters and the people who follow them, how voting is like praying and how politics is now a conversational centerpiece like the weather.
In this comedy centric episode, we are joined by the funny Ramon Rivas. We talk Los Angeles, social situations, college debt, people not understanding a comedy career takes time and people assuming who you are. We also discuss shoeless humans in public, the elements necessary to create a good independent comedy show and what constitutes a sandwich and a salad.
In this surprisingly positive episode, we are joined by Jamie Flam. We witness him signing the lease to a brand new theatre in Los Angeles. We discuss positivity, entitlement, not being cool, left hand turns and buying in bulk. We also talk about self awareness and the foundation of Dynasty Typewriter.
In this episode, Bryan and Carmen talk about how comics on the road get no respect, they give a review of the Muhammad Ali museum they visited in Louisville, KY and talk about 2 major archetypes of comedians. They also dive into why Bryan is so fascinated by pedophilia, why censorship stops change and why black people need to stop getting shot so Bryan can enjoy football again.
In this episode, we are joined by the very funny Brett Erickson. We talk bidets, super hero movies, adderall and sleep apnea. We also dive into Bryan contradicting himself, sexual assault, helicopters, leaf blowers, the police, Roy Moore and fat coke heads.
In this episode, Bryan and Carmen talk about some of the low points of the tour one of which Bryan gets sexually harassed by a drunk woman, hollywood corruption and hypocrisy, abusing power in a boring way and our raffle ticket economy. We also talked about Atlanta, natural diversity vs scripted diversity and how soccer doesn't belong in the South.