Trump’s Pollute To America, Episode 1054

Today’s show is a celebration of Canada. Canada’s healthcare, Canada’s public schools and Canada’s Trumplessness.

Peabody & Emmy Award Winning Comedy Writer and American Traitor Jim Earl, Comedian Dave Hill author of “Parking the Moose: One American’s Epic Quest to Uncover His Incredible Canadian Roots,” Founder and CEO of Canada’s largest comedy chain Yuk Yuk’s Mark Breslin, Comedian Aaron Berg who is both a brilliant Canadian and a stupid American, and the hardest working pediatrician in comedy Dr. Jay Sutay.

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Deport I.C.E. Episode 1051

ICE belongs in the Arctic Circle not America. Why I.C.E.’s detention centers are UnAmerican, and why exactly anyone employed by I.C.E. is a mortal threat to our democratic institutions.

Guests: Comedians Joe DeVito and Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling. Washington Post’s Helaine Olen, author of “Pound Foolish.” Founder and CEO of Yuk Yuk’s, Mark Breslin, author of “Control Freaked.” And Andrea Pitzer, author of “One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps.”

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Craig Bierko, Episode 1050

Actor Craig Bierko was nominated for a Tony for his starring role in The Music Man. People Magazine named him Broadway’s Sexist Star. Entertainment Weekly named him “one of the top 100 creative people in Hollywood.” For the past three years, Craig has starred as Chet Wilton on Lifetime’s critically acclaimed UnReal. He was one of the stars of Boston Legal and has starred in countless movies including Cinderella Man and Sour Grapes. Craig is considered a comedy genius’s comedy genius.

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Scott Rogowsky & Bill Scheft, Episode 1049

Founder and CEO of Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Chain Mark Breslin, and Comedian Kevin Bartini.

Time Code: Mark Breslin (0:49) Kevin Bartini (36:44) Rogowsky and Scheft (1:18:15)

HQ Trivia’s Scott Rogowsky is now host of DAZN’s baseball show “ChangeUp.”

Bill Scheft is an American comedy writer and novelist. He is best known for being a staff writer for David Letterman from 1991-2015, during which time he was nominated for 15 Emmy awards. He ran a weekly humor column “The Show” in Sports Illustrated from 2002 to 2005. A collection of his columns, The Best of “The Show”, was published by Warner Books in 2005.

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