Comedy Writers Chris McGuire and Jesse Joyce stop by. Plus Andrea Martin, Paul Dooley and Eddie Pepitone. New music from Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys. Portions of today’s program are written by Andrea Martin, David Weiss and David Feldman.
Comedy Writer Laura House talks about her new job writing on the new Chuck Lorre sitcom “Mom” which premieres on CBS this fall. Along with King Of TV Paul Goebel.
Laurie Kilmartin talks comedy. Meteorologist Mark Thompson talks tornadoes. Plus Paul Dooley, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Jeremy S. Kramer and Hal Lublin. Portions of today’s show are written by Hal Lublin, Will Dixon and David Feldman. Plus new music from Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys. Laurie Kilmartin is an American comedienne and writer best known for being a finalist on Last Comic Standing season 8, and is currently a staff writer for the Conan O’Brien show. Kilmartin performed stand-up on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Showtime, the USO Tour Cuba, performing for troops in Iraq, Shorties Watchin’ Shorties, Verdict with Dan Abrams, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, and The World Stands Up. She has been featured at comedy festivals in Aspen, Edinburgh, and Montreal.
Laurie Kilmartin also appeared on VH1 Best Week Ever, the Today Show, White Boyz in Da Hood, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, The Rachel Maddow Show, Fox & Friends and The Oprah Winfrey Show. She has writing credits on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn on which she was also a frequent panelist. She grew up in Northern California and went to UCLA where she was a competitive swimmer.
Dr. Katz returns! Also Kevin Rooney, Cathy Ladman and Carol Davis discuss poo. Plus Paul Dooley and Jeremy S. Kramer. Plus new music from Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys featuring Jeremy S. Kramer and Michael McShane.
Claudia Lonow is the creator of “How To Live With Your Parents For The Rest Of Your Life” Wednesday nights at 9:30 on ABC. She talks candidly about her journey from starring on “Knots Landing” to becoming one of television’s most respected showrunners.
Comedy Writer Tess Rafferty whose new book “Recipes For Disaster: A Memoir” talks about cooking, writing for television, eating, bleeding and her amazing parties. Plus Film Critic Michael Snyder. Review this podcast on iTunes.