In this episode, I discovered that by simply asking a tough question, I might reveal more to myself than to my audience.
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.
Hollywood is known for taking care of their own but they have really gone the extra mile this time.
This episode is called Frugal and Friendship. The first half deals with a really cheap way to make a voice over demo and the second half is road stories with a comic named Mark Schiff. Maybe I should call it road stories and how to record them. I think that works better.
I explore how some people use technology to keep other people at a distance. I take a look at the upside and downside of being placed on hold and I also return to my on-again off-again “affair” with phone sex.
In this episode I am talking to my good friend, comedian Paula Poundstone, and even though I am on the wrong side of this “argument” I can’t seem to stop myself.
I’ve been apologizing for my music for the last twenty years and I’m not planning to stop anytime soon.
In this episode I try to live up to three different ways I have challenged myself. One of them includes a massage from comedian David Feldman, a truly gentle man.
In this episode comedian, producer, and writer David Feldman takes a break from comedy. We also get to see a side of David, the loving son, that might surprise you.