Join guest host Dana Gould as he chats with Kelly Carlin (The Green Room with Paul Provenza) about all you ever wanted to know about comedy writing. Kelly discusses the importance of “list humor,” growing up surrounded by the business of show, and how she thought her dad was shrunk into her television set.
Join Kevin as he sits down with comedian Jordan Peele (Key and Peele) as they discuss his start in sketch comedy lead to a critically acclaimed show on Comedy Central. Jordan chats about the art of being a chameleon, coming to the realization he and Key play a lot of drug dealers, and that Oprah is the oracle from the Matrix.
Join Kevin as he sits down with comedian Dom Irrera (Bob’s Burgers) to discuss his career beginning with recalling the first joke he ever wrote. Dom chats about portraying an Italian Rabbi in Fiddler on the Roof, his awards being the only items to fly off the shelves during a recent earthquake, and being corrected by Bea Arthur at craft service.
Join Kevin as he sits down with comedian and actress, Jenny Slate (Kroll Show, Obvious Child) to discuss her transition from stand-up, to television, and now film. Jenny chats about the satisfaction of crossing tasks off a list, doing a scene with a possibly anti-semitic baby, and her hit single “Poop and Pee Are Husband and Wife.”
Join Kevin as he sits down with actress, Anna Faris, (Mom, The House Bunny) as they discuss her hometown beginnings in theater leading to a thriving film career. Anna chats about Warren Beatty interrupting her Lost in Translation audition, filming at the Playboy Mansion leaving her with more questions than answers, and how there is no room for vanity in comedy.
Join Kevin as he chats with comedian Jim Jefferies (Legit, Fully Functional) about his stand up career leading to him creating his own television series. Jim discusses how Eddie Murphy’s Delirious made him wish he was black, comparing mothers with Carrie Fisher, and that the Aussies are taking over Hollywood.
Join Kevin as he sits down with actor, Nate Corddry, (Mom, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) as they discuss his career transitioning from the stage to screen. Nate chats about acting opposite a screaming Bill Murray, a high school football mascot nightmare, and meeting Paul Newman while in his underwear.
Join Kevin as he sits down with actor, Curtis Armstrong, (Revenge of the Nerds, New Girl) as they discuss his career spanning over 3 decades. Armstrong chats about not realizing he was creating a catchphrase in Risky Business, recognizing how similar he is to the character of Booger, and Bruce Willis throwing him his own parade.
Eritrean TV – Tigrinya Zena News from 11 November 2012 with the win of the 1st and 3rd Place for Eritrea in African Cycle Championship – Natnael Berhane and Frekalsi Debessai – Agriculture Production and Conference in Gash Barka
Eritrean Weekly Tigrinya News – YPFDJ Khartoum Conference and more – 10 November 2012 by Eritrea Television by blip.tv/eritreachat or eritrea-chat.com