Martin Short upon realizing it’s David Feldman and not David Letterman.
Originally Broadcast June 22, 2012. Marty does Jerry Lewis and Lucille Ball!!! Sketches and song with Martin Short live in studio. With Paul Dooley, Eddie Pepitone, Frank Conniff, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Mark Thompson, Chris Pina, and Jeremy Kramer. Written by Frank Conniff, Ben Zelevansky, Guy Nicolucci, Dylan Brody, and David Weiss. Words and music by Alan Chapman and Will Ryan.
30 Rock Star Judah Friedlander joins us from New York to discuss his first love, stand-up comedy. Judah’s new book is “How To Beat Up Anybody.” You can visit him at JudahFriedlander.com. Listen to the show for free on iTunes. Download the show on iTunes.
Paul Dooley, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Frank Conniff and Jeremy S. Kramer. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Guy Nicolucci and Frank Conniff. Additional material by Alan Chapman. Music from Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys and Alan Chapman. Originally broadcast on Pacifica Radio March 9, 2011.
Oscar Preview, Masturbation, Marijuana, Vasectomies, Pills and Whitney are the topics in another wild roundtable with Suzanne Whang star of “Cracked Open: Let Go And Let Gook.” Along with Mark Thompson, Gary Shapiro, Gary Stockdale and Eric Schwartz. Suzanne Whang portrays Carol Chang, Brenda Barrett’s wedding planner and rumored to have been involved with Franco, on General Hospital. She is best known as the host of the HGTV series House Hunters as well as her recurring role as manicurist Polly Nguyen on Las Vegas. Please subscribe to our show on iTunes. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
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