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Kaizen Komedy
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Kaizen Komedy is a show about comedians wanting to learn from other comedians. Hosts Shafi Hossain, Cody Montayne and Ryan Andersons take a look at comedians they know and admire, and try to break down what makes them so good. Every episode analyzes a different comedian, with plenty of tangents along the way.
 
Welcome To THE FUTHAMUCKIN" PROTOCOL! Comedian/actor Dean Edwards brand new podcast will drop a new episode every Monday! A lot of comedy is about protocol so follow it! First part of this podcast protocol is for you to subscribe right now.Produced by frequent guest & comedian/writer Joseph Vecsey & filmmaker/sound engineer Michael Biunno.
 
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Knockout Radio Show
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Host Anthony Hardin's sport talk radio program. Edgy and sharp witted analysis of the hottest topics from the Sports, MMA & Boxing worlds. Includes interviews and discussions with the biggest stars in sports and entertainment. Weekly Schedule:Knockout Radio Show airs LIVE every Thursday night at 9:00pm PST. Call in and mix it up at (347)857-1959 or join the on-line chat.
 
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This episode, the Kaizen Komedy Crew takes a look at one of the most well-known comedians/actors/performers of the past 30 years: Adam Sandler. Sandler has a storied history, from SNL to movies to stand-up and music, he's a household name in the USA. Taking that into consideration, the guys look at some bits you might not have heard, and one yo ...…
 
Jeff Richards is a funny comedian & brilliant impressionist. He also is the only person to ever be cast on both MAD TV and SNL. Jeff & Dean talk shop and their individual approaches to doing impressions: choosing what impressions to do, what order to do them in and creating jokes around impressions vs. merely doing them for sake of doing them. ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of the late Greg Giraldo. Giraldo comedy can be described as controlled rant. His topics were broad - Often tackling political and social topics. His comedy was passionate, and he also used small bursts of act outs to demonstrate his points. Giraldo had a huge impact on the comedy scene and the comics ...…
 
Dean gives insight on how to maintain ones professional decorum amidst the worst gigs and ensuring that the audience members do not suffer. The show must go on. We in the Building!
 
Dean talks about idiots on flights, prepping for outdoor shows that lack the comforts of standard clubs and send a Rest in Funk to our friend, comedian William Stephenson, who recently passed away. We shall miss you, brother. May the Funk be with you...always. We in the Building!
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of John Mulaney. A favorite among comics and the general public, with his comedy writing being recognized as top notch and intentional. He has a way of bringing a story to life with very few words. Through his use of voices and his grasp on word economy, Mulaney is able to move in and out of act outs, ...…
 
It's a new year and Dean brings in 2019 with a slightly different approach: he records the podcast episode live in the green room of The Comedy Cellar and comedians Greer Barnes, Mark Cohen, Traci Skene & Australia's Joel Ozmborn to talk shop and discuss their individual approaches before, during and after a show. We in the Building!…
 
Happy Holidays! Kaizen Komedy is ringing in the season with a review of the extraordinarily talented Jen Kirkman, whose new Netflix Special is out right now! Give yourself a present and watch it! Bits analyzed: See Something, Say Nothing ; Afraid of God and the Devil ; Tattoos www.kaizenkomedy.com
 
This week, the Kaizen Krew takes a look at Hasan’s stand-up and how it showcases his ingenuity, his personality and how he tells you about his life without overwhelming the audience with detail and still being absurdly entertaining. Bits analyzed: Laugh Factory appearance, No One is Here and The Curve. www.kaizenkomedy.com…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of Nick Griffin. Griffin is a prolific comic’s comic with the late-night appearances to prove it. He tackles relatable observations through his pessimistic perspective, using his controlled energy to go in and out of attitude-filled act outs. If you haven’t already, you will want to check out his late- ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy reviews the work of Doug Stanhope. Stanhope is a comic with a cult following and a uniquely brutally honest perspective on life. From life experiences to society, Stanhope holds nothing back in his performance. He is vulgar, opinionated, and often shocking, leaving his audiences’ laughing and thinking. He is a must-see ...…
 
A new chapter in the Kaizen Komedy Side Series. With the history of comedy all wrapped up, the guys move their sites to some modern pursuits for comedians and comedy writers. This episode, the focus is on Late Night Writing, for talk shows and the like. Cody, Shafi and Ryan pool their collective researched knowledge to detail the best practices ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy reviews the work of another comic’s comic, Dave Attell. Attell is often referred to as a joke machine by his contemporaries and is one of the best joke writers out there. His use of constant mis-directs and his crude and absurd imagery keep his audience’s laughing at a rate that is hard to match. Attell is unlike many o ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of Margaret Cho. Not only is she politically active and an avid ally of the LGBT community, but she is also a veteran of the comedy scene and is a great example of a comic who is able to do more for an audience than just make them laugh. Her ability to make light of her darkest experiences helps to bri ...…
 
D.L. Hughley has had a strong presence in comedy since his very first special in 1992. After his first special, he was selected to be the very first host of BET's ComicView, a standup comedy program. From there he went on to have slew of appearances in TV and film, release several albums and three books, have his own sitcom, radio show and CNN ...…
 
Julia Scotti is a comic that happens to be transgender, not a transgender comic, so don't get it twisted. She's no ones novelty act. While gigging with Dean and Harris Stanton in AC, she takes us from humble beginnings onstage as Rick Scotti and shares stories of early shows selling a joke to Rodney Dangerfield as well as doing shows with Eddie ...…
 
In the third episode of the History of Comedy side series, the Kaizen Crew tackles the Vaudeville era up to the Modern Era of comedy with a few pit stops in between. Cody talks about the show and book 'I'm Dying Up Here' and Shafi breaks down CNN's History of Comedy miniseries. The guys also spend a bit of time debating what is considered a hor ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at Chris D’Elia. The way he laughs at his own material and jumps around from thought to thought gives his work the illusion of a stream of consciousness, but with closer attention you're able to see the underlying structure of many of his jokes. That, and his natural ability to interact with the audience, makes hi ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at Joan Rivers. She is a pioneer for female comics and had one of the longest and most active comedy careers the trio has covered to date. Since her start, Rivers brought a high energy and engaging performance to her audiences. She challenged her crowds with very strong opinions and used absurdity to release the t ...…
 
Dean talks his favorite Horror movies, collaborating with other artists and learning to write for television as well as why preparation to perform (on stage, television or film) is always important. We in the Building!
 
For the second episode of the Side Series, Shafi, Cody and Ryan take a look at Comedy in the middle ages, the Shakespearean era, and a bit of Vaudeville leading up to the modern age of Comedy. www.kaizenkomedy.com
 
Some Kats are motivated by fame and fortune, but Clinton Jackson is motivated by contribution and connection. He likes to make people feel comfortable and important and rather than seeking conflict for ego's sake, he looks for the common ground in humanity that can bring folks together. He sits down with Dean while at sea to talk coming up in O ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of Todd Barry. Barry often focuses on the things of his everyday life that frustrate him, regardless of how small or trivial they may be. He brings these frustrations to life through on stage dialogues, using absurdity to amplify his points. All of this is delivered in a low energy performance that per ...…
 
We finally get a chance to continue our conversation with Lynne Koplitz as she takes us through her youth with her family running from the mafia to deciding between a relationship or her passion to knowing her worth and letting her first manager know that she knew that. That, and oral sex jokes in front of priests and nuns. Gotta be true to you ...…
 
This episode, the Kaizen Crew talks about modern comedy royalty: the one and only Dave Chappelle! Chappelle started doing comedy when he was in high school, and got his big break in 1993 with Mel Brooks' Robin Hood: Men In Tights. As a standup his comedy focuses on racism, relationship problems, social problems, politics, current events, and po ...…
 
Andy Curtain helped create the comedy scene in China and recently brought Dean to tour multiple cities as part of his KUNG FU KOMEDY brand. Andy explains going from the business world in Melbourne, Australia to stumbling into creating a stand up comedy scene in China, first as a performer but eventually as a producer who now runs his own succes ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of Ricky Gervais.This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of Ricky Gervais.There are very few things that Gervais has not accomplished. He has done radio, podcasts, released music, written children’s books, written, directed, and starred in TV series’ as well as movies. On top of all that, he has rel ...…
 
Kaizen Komedy is trying something new by looking at something old: the origins of comedy and comedic performance as we know it. The guys are looking all the way back to be beginning, with Comedy plays of Ancient Greece. Have a suggestion for the name of this series? E-mail us! kaizenkomedy@gmail.com www.kaizenkomedy.com…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of Myq Kaplan. His fast-pace delivery and quick wit hits the audience hard from the moment he steps out on stage. His ability to rattle of jokes as he expands on premises keeps the energy in the room building, leading to the audience erupting in intense laughter and applause. Bits analyzed: Open Relati ...…
 
This episode, the Kaizen Crew take a look at some comedians from Netflix's new show featuring 15 minute specials of lesser known comedians: The Comedy Lineup! Comics analyzed this episode: - Taylor Tomlinson - Ian Karmel www.kaizenkomedy.com
 
Season 3 of OWN networks "GREENLEAF" just began and one of it's stars, Sean Dominic, joins us to share his journey. From moving to NYC to pursue his modeling career in the shadow of 9/11, to using comics chasing their dreams as motivation to purse acting which ultimately lead to a leap of faith flight which landed him his biggest tv break yet. ...…
 
This episode, the Kaizen Crew takes a look at the legendarily funny Patrice O'Neal. Patrice O'Neal was an American stand-up comedian, actor, and radio host. He grew up in Boston and first started performing stand-up comedy in 1992 when his act mainly focused on crowd-work and building a dialogue with his audience. In this episode the guys look ...…
 
Harris Stanton joins Dean again to talk the importance of writing to continue growing as a creative artist, recent drama at the JFL Comedy festival in Montreal and the various problems with movie remakesWe in the Building!
 
This episode, the Kaizen Komedy Crew take a look at three examples of excellent storytelling from Comedy Central's This Is Not Happening. Bits analyzed: Tom Segura - Overdoses Doug Smith - Stabbed in the Face Keegan Michael Key - Picking Up a Crackhead www.kaizenkomedy.com e-mail us at: kaizenkomedy@gmail.com…
 
This week Kaizen Komedy looks at another very popular comic’s comic, Bill Burr. Burr is known for his contrarian opinions, and his passionate rage-fueled rants. Burr has no problem saying exactly what he thinks, even if it isn’t politically correct. He often uses controversial statements to grab the audience’s attention, following up with defen ...…
 
This week, Kaizen Komedy tackles another comedy legend, “Richard Pryor”. Pryor is a great example of pursuing material that he was generally connected to. And through vulnerability and raw emotions, he was able to make light of past and current experiences. He is a master storyteller and one of the biggest influences for many comics today. Bits ...…
 
Dean talks social media hibernation, the problem with advice and reflects on the Spike Lee canon. What are your top 5 Spike Lee joints? Sho' Nuff. Ya Dig? We in the Building!
 
The Kaizen Crew take a gander at one of the Kings of Comedy: Jerry Seinfeld! To celebrate the release of Jerry Seinfeld's most recent comedy special JERRY BEFORE SEINFELD, the fellows look through Jerry's history, his writing and work ethic, and how he constructs comedy by deconstructing the world around him. Recorded at the Comedy Works in Sar ...…
 
Dean talks preparing a late night set for The Tonight Show, constantly proving oneself and constructive criticism vs. actual harassment. We in the Building!
 
God didn't bring Lynne Koplitz this far to drop her on her head. It's a mantra that reaffirms Lynne's faith in God and herself and reminds her to continue forward in an unforgiving industry. Lynne sits down with Dean for part 1 of an introspective analysis of the peaks and valleys of the road less traveled. From humble beginnings in Florida to ...…
 
This episode, Shafi, Cody and Ryan take a look at the prolific and dynamic comedy of Iliza Shlesinger. A comedy sensation, Iliza has multiple Netflix specials and albums, has guested on every late night talk show worth mentioning, and kills audiences on the regular with her witty, super-quick insights on life. The guys review her bits ' Prison ...…
 
This episode Kaizen Komedy breaks down the material of Michael Che. He approaches political and social problems in a very lighthearted, yet poignant way. He has a way of tackling topics in a manner that uses playfulness and absurdity to get the crowd roaring, while making his stance on topics very clear. After listening to this episode, be sure ...…
 
Once again, the Kaizen Krew takes a look at three extremely talented comedians you may not of heard of before. This episode, the guys look at Nathan Macintosh, Michael Vecchione and Geoff Tate. Three very different comedians with unique approaches to leaving audiences rolling on the floor. Bits analyzed: Conan 2017 set from Michael Vecchione, J ...…
 
The Kaizen Crew takes a hard look at the verbose wit of Mark Normand this episode. Having all experienced Mark's work either in person, through love of his albums, or catching him on other podcasts the guys are well acquainted with his comedic mastery and analyze the hell out of some choice Mark Normand bits. www.kaizenkomedy.com e-mail: kaizen ...…
 
Nick Guerra is dynamo of a personality and comedian who loves puzzles. He’s a problem solver that you never want to underestimate because of his stature because he’s gonna prove you wrong every time. Nick and Dean have known each other for years, but this is the first time they get to KNOW each other’s stories and Nick takes us to the beginning ...…
 
Emo Philips is known for telling jokes that are as absurd as his delivery of them. With his constant shifts in tone and fidgeting of his body, he comes off as a hyperactive child with the perspective to match. His jokes are dark and intelligent, often arriving at his punchlines from very literal interpretations of his setups. He’s a comic that ...…
 
This week Dean tosses it up with his shark tooth earring wearing homie, comedian Dante Nero aka Beige Phillip. Dante has an amazing story that began in Brooklyn living in the shadow of his Basketball legend Dad to studying genetic engineering in college, only to end up in the world of male strippers under the moniker, Mandingo. Somehow Dante ma ...…
 
This episode, the Kaizen Komedy crew compare the styles of improv master Rory Scovel and storyteller extraordinaire Nate Bargatze. The Crew analyzes Rory's bits 'Airport Security' (Netflix), 'Seven Grandmothers' (Comedy Central) and 'Hunger' from his album "Dilation". Of Nate Bargatze's bits, the guys break down 'I need to go name my chapters', ...…
 
This week Kaizen Komedy tackles the work of Tom Segura - a master at storytelling. Through his use of voices and pacing, Segura’s able to squeeze out every ounce of humor in his stories. He trims the fat of his jokes effortlessly, while keeping them feeling organic and conversational. www.kaizenkomedy.com…
 
It's a Triple Threat! The Sequel! This time, Shafi, Cody and Ryan are discussing three new comedians and their tight five minute sets on Conan: Emily Heller, Matt Donaher, and Sam Morrill! Three super funny, incredibly talented comics who each bring something different to the table. Check them out and follow them on social media. www.kaizenkome ...…
 
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