Part Two of our conversations with television’s top comedy writers. Steve Skrovan has written for Seinfeld, Everybody Loves Raymond and Hot In Cleveland. Laurie Kilmartin writes for Conan. Today’s bonus episode is brought to you by Xero, the Quickbooks alternative.
Ngaio Bealum is an American comedian, musician, writer, actor, activist, juggler and publisher. He co-hosted Cannabis Planet and published West Coast Cannabis Magazine. He writes a column in Sacramento News & Review, answering questions from readers about marijuana and its politics.
Frank Santopadre is one of the top television comedy writers working today. He and David wrote together on Current TV’s Say Anything With Joy Behar.
The creator of Monk and one of the greatest comedy writers of all time Andy Breckman describes his new trivia app that is guaranteed to make YOU look like a genius. Why? Because it’s rigged! Impress you friends by knowing ALL the answers. Download it for free here: Uncle Andy’s Toys
Producer/Writer Dan Pasternack sits down to talk about comedy, producing and his latest projects. Plus, Michael Snyder reviews this weeks films. Also, Jimmy Lee Wirt with suggestions of what costumes to buy for Halloween from ShopWarOnChristmas.com.
“What I love about ‘The David Feldman Show’ is I’m listening to a middle-aged guy getting radicalized, but he still can’t stop telling dick jokes with his comic friends from the ’80s.” – Michael Brooks, The Michael Brooks Show
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