“My Legos Are Now His Legos”

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It is always awesome to talk with our good friend Charles Curtis! Our conversations never go where they meant to, but on this episode we talk with Charles about his…

“I Didn’t Wear Pants. Was I Supposed to Wear Pants?”

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Two of the most hard working and sincere people I know, Kimberly Alu and Dana Shulman join me to talk about the inspiration for their improv channel Social Distant Improv…

“The Dream Category for Me Would Be Mafia History…”

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Our good friend Marc Adam Smith joins us on the podcast to talk about New York City in the 1980s and the best movies of that era, the amazing intro…

“You Can Never Know Too Much About D&D…”

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Via Zoom, our friends Sarah Hewitt and Charlie Shulman join the show today to talk about being stuck in place with their improv partner and life partner, the joy of…

“We’re In New York, It’s Houston Astros…”

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Recorded over a week ago, before the craziness of the last week, Ronny Pascale met me in midtown to talk about falling in love with baseball in Los Angeles, doing…

“He Chased His Dream. And He Got It. And It Was the Push I Needed to Go For Mine.”

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We talk with author Sean Faye about his new book “The Path of a Tarnished Spoon” which you can currently get at Lulu.com! We talk with Sean about his writing…

“I Like My Tea, My Soft Blankets, and My Scented Candles…”

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It’s been almost a year to the day since we’ve had out friend Sam Moyer on the podcast, and we talk today through the importance of breaking the routine, our…

“Is It Easier to do Improv with a Baby or a Dog?”

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Our good friend Scotty Watson is back to answer the age-old question — “Is it easier to do improv with a baby or a dog?” Scotty also gives us awesome…