Much to the delight of David’s listeners, frequent guest of the show – Colleen Werthmann – conducts a coup of the David Feldman Show and successfully takes over as guest host. Colleen sits down with Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Ally Hord (@hordie), where they discuss comedy writing packets, crossword puzzles, the Republican Convention, and possible conspiracy theories.
Comedian and morally disabled American Kurt Metzger returns to the show for another round. Kurt Metzger is a Peabody Award-winning writer for Inside Amy Schumer and co-hosts the “Race Wars” podcast with Sherrod Small.
Law Professor Jody David Armour talks about the difficult relationship between cops and African Americans. Jody David Armour is the Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law at the University of Southern California. He has been a member of the faculty since 1995. Professor Armour’s expertise ranges from personal injury claims to claims about the relationship between racial justice, criminal justice, and the rule of law. Professor Armour studies the intersection of race and legal decision making as well as torts and tort reform movements.
David catches up with an old friend and gets to the bottom of his struggle with sex addiction. The David Feldman Show is supported by our listeners, so if you would like to help us out please select one of the options below to make your donation. You can make a donation with a PayPal account or with any major credit card.
Dave Juskow is a comedian, writer and actor. He has appeared in Men of a Certain Age, Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, TV Funhouse, The Sarah Silverman Program and The Wrestler. He also is host of the Dave Juskow Podcast and plays Don Corleone in “The Year of the Godfather”, a live production that can be seen at the Comedy Cellar.
Laura House is a comic, writer and meditation teacher. Laura has written for TV Shows, such as Blue Collar TV, The George Lopez Show, The Emmy-winningSamantha Who?, and Mom (starring Anna Faris & Allison Janney). David and Laura discuss the differences between meditation and masturbation. Plus, we take listener calls.
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