Maz’s new comedy special is entitled I Come In Peace. Our full interview with Comedian Maz Jobrani who talks about performing all over the world, and what is happening in Iran. Haz has made appearances on shows like The Colbert Report, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Talkshow with Spike Feresten, “Whitney”, and regularly performs at top comedy clubs (in California and New York) such as The Comedy Store. He made an appearance as a dental patient on an episode of Still Standing, in the pilot episodes of Better Off Ted, The Knights of Prosperity, on an episode of Cedric the Entertainer Presents and on an episode of The West Wing as a Saudi prince. He also made an appearance in 13 Going on 30. He has toured with the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour. He provided the voice of Ahmed Farahnakian in the audiobook version of World War Z. Jobrani has
Jobrani makes occasional appearances on NPR’s news quiz show Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!
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Henry Phillips is a musical comedian from LA known for his “Comedy Central Presents”, semi-autobiographical movie “Punching the Clown” (winner of several awards, most notably the Audience Award at the “Slamdance Film Festival”) as well as his songs for two award-winning musicals, “Blake: the Musical” and “Chips.” He also performs in a series of satirical You Tube cooking videos called “Henry’s Kitchen,” in which he tries and fails to cook food, make friends, and impress women. Henry’s also appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, “Bob and Tom”, “The Dr. Demento Show,” and the podcasts “WTF with Marc Maron” and “Comedy Bang Bang.” He joins us with Jeremy S. Kramer and Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys along with Jimmy Lee Wirt. Portions of today’s program were written by David Weiss. Please subscribe to our show for free as a podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.
Mechanophilia (or Mechaphilia) is when someone has sexual attraction to machines such as bicycles, motor vehicles, helicopters and airplanes. This documentary tells the story of two men who love to have sex with their cars. I wonder if they ever play this song while applying their ‘Turtle Wax’?
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