Raj Sharma is one of the nicest, funniest dudes on planet earth, and stops by the podcast for an incredibly entertaining 90 minutes. From growing up with strict Indian parents, to getting arrested, to dating a Dwarf, this one is filled with laughs from top to bottom. Go see Raj live, and follow him on Twitter @comedianRaj.
Carlos Mencia stops by to talk about the incredible story of how he discovered Brad Williams in a comedy club, how he may have isolated himself from the standup community, recounts some funny moments from MIND OF MENCIA that never aired, and gives an amazing breakdown of how he structures a joke. It was hilarious, insightful, and an episode you should not miss. Follow Carlos on Twitter @carlosmencia.
Andrew Santino is a rising star in Hollywood. He returns to the podcast to talk about his first late night appearance on CONAN, how he almost died in Vegas shooting his new TV show, and delivers the first good Adam Ray impression ever. There’s a lotta laughs in this one. Follow Andrew on Twitter @cheetosantino.
Jodi Miller is a name you need to know. From performing for the troops, to Chelsea Lately, to America’s Got Talent, she’s made everybody laugh. She stops by the show to tell about the 10 year old comic she mentors, why cats are awesome, and how America’s Got Talent changed her life. She’s hilarious, she’s sexy, and she’s on Twitter @jodimillercomic.
Roy Wood Jr. stops by to share hilarious stories from his radio DJ days, how he beat the Ninja Turtles arcade game on $1.25, starting comedy in Birmingham, Alabama, and ends the show with the greatest prank call you’ll ever hear. Follow Roy on Twitter @RoyWoodJr.
Kevin Biggins is a writer/producer on Family Guy, and a flat out hilarious human being. From meeting Adam West, to finding his funny in Oak Park Illinois, to writing the Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode, this one is full of laughs, 90’s references, and a little bit of Danny Glover. Follow Kevin on Twitter @TheBiggIdea.
Jerrod Carmichael stops by to talk about growing up in North Carolina, creating his own sitcom with NBC, the experience of making an HBO standup special at The Comedy Store, and drops insights about comedy and life that will keep you thinking for days. He’s one of the strongest and most original comedic voices in the game, and after listening to this conversation, you’ll understand why Hollywood feels the same. Follow Jerrod on Twitter @NotoriousROD.
Big Jay Hollingsworth is 6 foot 8, hilarious, and knows martial arts. He’s lived all over the country, worked crappy day jobs, then worked with some of the biggest names in comedy, has dated a dwarf, and shares the craziest night of standup he & Adam have ever seen. Jay is a rising star, a great storyteller and a big motherfucker. Follow him on Twitter @BigIrishJay.