In this episode, I discovered that by simply asking a tough question, I might reveal more to myself than to my audience.
In this episode I try and rely on luck and the enormous audio archive in my home. Sometimes it’s the sound effects that win in the end.
This episode is about a guy who has been lucky enough to “succeed” in the restaurant business, in comedy, and to meet the late great Barry White.
For most people 411 are numbers. For me, it has become a way of life.
Phone sex? I like the phone part. My guests are 2 real phone sex operators, Lewis Black, and a partridge in a pear tree.
This is an unedited recording of an event that took place in April at the Kelley Writers House at UPenn. There I was enjoying the hospitality of my good friend, Lew Schneider, and my new friend, Mingo Reynolds.
Episode 44 is called “Assisted Living”, but is not as sexy as that sounds. In this episode you’ll hear the voices of David Cross, Bob Odenkirk and Erica Rhodes. I talk about my need for assistance and my need for an assistant with name recognition.
In Episode 43, I make Andy Kindler an offer he can refuse, and together we discover the amateur inventor that is him.
In this episode, I talk about three ways in which I consider myself “gifted”: My ability to hear dead people, to write a catchy tune, and to invent the very thing we need to make our lives better. I also rely on the talent of Erica Rhodes and Rob Lynch. Hope you like it, and please subscribe to my podcast.
Hollywood is known for taking care of their own but they have really gone the extra mile this time.