In this week's episode Kira Soltanovich joins us. She shares with us her gripes with rejection from the industry, performing stand up in the best places and the worst places, how being a parent is alot like being a comedian. We discuss judgey moms, being one and being judged by one over circumcision.
In this episode, recorded in a van, Bryan comes to terms with having to grow up instead of spitting on birds. They discuss peoples obsession with aging and the resulting bad plastic surgery. Carmen shares one of her father's biggest fears as a dad. They talk billionaire pedophiles, homelessness, a dead Akita and the abortion pill reversal pill.
On this fired up episode, we talk to funny AF comedian, Sam Jay about how social media's affect on how to handle confrontation, the other side of white privilege, the progress of the black community and a theory explaining white women behavior.
This episode, filled to the brim with dislikes, we talk to Forrest Shaw, very funny comedian who’s traveled the world doing stand-up. He discusses how he might be using white privilege wrong, how to not be the worst person when you’re flying, people who talk about doing drugs, comparing pets and why money is the worst.
On this guestless episode, Bryan laments being able to sleep so well he can dream again, getting creepy messages from random older ladies while Carmen tells him its his own fault. They discuss the dislikes of young police officers, the over exposure they have as comedians and dig into where stalking comes from and why guilt is bullshit.
Jackie Kashian, hilarious comedian of 30 years, talks to us about being slandered for not being supportive of a feminist Facebook thread, the discusting behaviors in the women's restroom, transparency of what comedians get paid and the lesson her dad taught her that ended up in the writers room of a televsison series.
In this revealing episode we talk to international comedian, Eric Lampaert about the horror of people just standing on a moving sidewalks, creationists, how he overcame his fear of dolls and people who are dicks about their jobs.
Cohosts Bryan Vokey and Carmen Morales, discuss sad people claiming depression, the other side of feminism, the "struggle" of being a Stand-Up Comedian and the real glass ceiling for female comedians. Bryan talks about meeting a WWII verteran and how easy it is to be considered "brave" now a days.
In this episode, we talk with comedian Quincy Jones about his dislikes with the entertainment industry, the lack of honesty in comedy and being accused of faking cancer. Quincy Jones, a comedian who recorded an HBO special while being termainally ill with cancer who then was accused of faking cancer just to get the special.
NSIDLI sits down with hilarious comedian Brad Williams (Showtime) and we get into the horribleness of late people, therapy animals on planes that aren't legit, actors who just start doing comedy, and the atrocity of not having lunch available all day. This one is a fun one, make sure and listen!