George Carlin’s brilliant daughter Kelly Carlin schools us in language and life with Jimmy Dore, Frank Conniff, and Stef Zamorano. We love Kelly Carlin. And not just because we worship her dad who is the greatest standup comedian ever. Did we mention we all love Kelly Carlin? Because we do.
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.
Mental Illness Happy Hour’s Paul Gilmartin talks to David about his new show. Paul Gilmartin is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Indiana University at Bloomington, with a BA in theater and drama. Before becoming a stand-up comedian, he appeared in numerous plays in the Chicago theater scene, and studied at the famed Second City Theater. He can currently be seen co-hosting movies and cooking every Friday night on TBS’ Dinner and a Movie, which he has been doing since 1995. As a stand-up, Paul has dozens of television appearances, including NBC’s Late Friday, CBS’ The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and his own half-hour Comedy Central Presents: Paul Gilmartin.
He has performed as a stand-up and a sketch actor at the Montreal Comedy Festival, and three times at the Aspen Comedy festival, most recently as his character, Republican Representative Richard Martin, who spreads hope to suburban couples having trouble affording a second home. He has been a guest on Politically Incorrect and written for the Emmy Awards as well as Dennis Miller. He has been a frequent guest on The Bob and Tom Radio Show since 1991, with his poems appearing on many of their charity albums.
British Comedian Matt Kirshen has appeared on Fallon, Ferguson, came in seventh on Last Comic Standing and co-wrote and starred in BBC Radio 4’s sketch comedy series “Bigipedia.” Paul Dooley tells us about Paul Dooley Day. Along with Will Ryan, Ron Babcock and Troy Conrad.
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