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Los Angeles comedian Jonathan Flanagan made the switch from improv to stand-up and has been telling jokes all over the world. He's performed at several festivals across the country and spent three weeks at a fairly big one in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2019. Flanagan is a great writer and once played basketball with Sarah Silverman. That's all the res…
 
Wes Corwin got his start in stand-up at the University of Texas in Austin and moved to Memphis for a few years. He came back to Texas to win the Best Comedian in Dallas, awarded by the Dallas Observer, and took first in the Addison Improv's Funniest Comedian in Texas in 2018. He's a hilarious writer and performer and was able to get some of his ani…
 
Robert Omoto talks with stand-up comedian Emma Haney to talk about everything random from messing with people for our own personal entertainment, creating a fake comedy show which branches out to a tourism attraction panning for gold in Coloma, Chevy trucks, imagine what the Costco Kirkland brand CEO is like, vaccine etiquette, and how we take our …
 
Dewayne White was in the military for 23 years and ended his career in northern Virginia. After sending a kid to college, he began a new journey as a stand-up. Incredibly active during the pandemic, White is trying to stand out in a very competitive D.C. comedy scene, while also giving back to the Armed Services Arts Partnership for veterans. But w…
 
Robert Omoto sits with comedian Johnny Taylor Jr. to talk about recent UFC fights, celebrity boxing, growing up in Reno, boxing at the age of 13 and fighting professionally, how he started comedy, recording his recent album, and the Sacramento Kings. Bummin' with the Devil: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/johnnytaylorbwtd Follow us at: https://shor.by/h…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Drew Shafer to talk about getting the vaccine, growing up in Reno super religious, being the head of the abstinence program, his brother passing away, meeting Colin Kaepernik, Robert's struggle with displaying emotion, cruises, being the good guy in every story, getting cut from a talent show in elementary s…
 
Rebekah Gibson is a hilarious comedian and podcaster in Chicago. She started doing stand-up about five years ago in Wisconsin and moved to Chicago shortly after that. A big fan of fast food, especially Popeye's and Taco Bell, Gibson teamed up with good buddies and fellow comedians Blake Burkhart and Jonah Jurkens to start a new podcast, Never Seen …
 
Wendy Wilkins moved from Binghamton to Los Angeles in 1992 and she's been there ever since. A stand-up and screenwriter, she's been working in entertainment since graduating from SUNY New Paltz. From seeing Adam Sandler in the green room during college to working in production on Mr. Show and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Wilkins has been able to achieve a c…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Parker Newman (Phil My Heart Podcast) to talk about losing 80+ pounds during this past year, tells about a story about the time Artie Lange flew him out to New York after meeting him on Twitter, the problem with hustle culture in comedy, his podcast taking a new direction, and we review the years top stories…
 
After spending 15 years in the army, James Mac began his stand-up comedy career in Dallas before moving to Arizona and then to New Jersey. Firmly entrenched in the New York City and Philadelphia scenes, Mac auditioned for a spot at the New York Comedy Club before having to shift his business online. Since then, he's flourished -- both as a producer…
 
Dan Bublitz, Jr. spent the first six months of his 11-year stand-up career in South Dakota before moving to San Diego. After helping start the San Diego Comedy Festival, he came back to South Dakota and is now in Saint Paul, Minn. Bublitz has interviewed comedians from across the country on his podcast, The Art of Bombing, and filmed a Dry Bar Come…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Imin Love to talk about going to a Historically Black College in New Orleans, joining a fraternity, partying on Bourbon Street, relationships, methods for breaking up, working at jobs you hate, being raised by his grandparents, and Robert convinces him to start being brutally honest with people. Follow us at…
 
Williamsport comedian Yeti Kiersnowski got his start in stand-up after hosting a burlesque show. Four years later, he's one of the most established comedians in central Pennsylvania. He grew up near Baltimore in the punk rock scene and uses his skills as a bartender to improve on the stage. He also helped his step-mom discover what a gloryhole is a…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Aurora Singh (World Series of Comedy) to talk about stumbling into comedy to impress a date, playing college basketball in Reno, Punjabi/Haitian background, visiting Haiti, her mom buying a house on accident, her father's ridiculous hidden life, marriage, and transitioning from Division I athlete to struggli…
 
Betty Smithsonian found stand-up comedy through her success in the Philadelphia improv scene and she's become one of the best in the area. Philadelphia Magazine's 2019 Best Up-and-Coming Comedian, Smithsonian has been able to transition from the traditional stage to Zoom, which has inspired her one-woman show, Ants Ants Underpants. Plus she's got a…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Stephan Sanders (BET, MTV) who used to open for one of the greatest comedians of all time Patrice O'Neal. They talk about how they met, lessons he learned, ridiculous things he would do on stage, and the recent documentary. They talk about stumbling into comedy, playing minor league baseball, parenting, lear…
 
E.J. Masicampo is a father and a successful psychology professor at Wake Forest with a Ph.D., but decided to give stand-up a shot. Turns out, he's pretty good at that, too. Masicampo's already a big part of the Winston-Salem comedy scene. He's a regular host at the Idiot Box Comedy Club and has been working out material regularly on Zoom throughout…
 
Emma Paxton grew up in Montclair, N.J., and has been doing stand-up for three years. After a couple years going between New Jersey and New York City, she decided to move to Rochester -- and then a pandemic happened. Since then, she's been keeping busy doing Zoom shows and waiting to get acclimated to a new comedy scene. Oh. She's also watched a lot…
 
Dan Hoppel is a very funny comedian from Scranton. He's fresh out of the hospital with kidney issues and might still be alive by the time of this episode's release. Who knows? He's one of the greats. Hoppel doesn't take any garbage on stage, but he's one of the funniest orphans you'll ever meet. Follow Dan Hoppel: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com…
 
Robert Omoto sits with Flat Earth Dave (Sam Tripoli's Tin Foil Hat, Anthony Cumia's In Hot Water, Alchemy Radio, Alex Jones INFOwars) to tell me why he believes the earth is flat. We get into how he got into this theory, he rebuttals arguments against the world being round, gives examples of round earth fallacies, goes through our country's history…
 
Ithaca comedian Kenneth McLaurin got his start in North Carolina, where he received some advice he'll never forget. One of the funniest people in Upstate New York, McLaurin hasn't met a small town he doesn't like -- at least for the night. He's been telling jokes for 10 years and is always bringing something interesting to Ithaca. Follow Kenneth Mc…
 
Robert Omoto sits with Carl Lee (Last Comic Standing) to talk about Kevin Durant's scalp, growing up in Virginia, going to school in Wisconsin, starting comedy in hotels, working the road, having to remove bad comics from a long running show, Bill Bellamy getting him on "Last Comic Standing", and having to make a huge comedy decision that made him …
 
Niko Lukoff is a comedian in Nampa, , Idaho, but he's made his name by starting a Facebook group page, Displaced Comedians, which has become a great resource for thousands of jokesters without a home during the pandemic. Created in mid-April, Displaced Comedians has about 4,000 members and has become a database for open mics and online shows all ov…
 
Andrew Schiavone started out serving chicken wings at the Richmond Funny Bone and moved to New York City in 2013 to start comedy. A co-host of the Panic Attacking podcast with Steven Rogers, Schiavone has been able to combine his anxiety and obsession with comedy into a promising future. Schiavone is a regular in the New York scene and has been doi…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian David Gamble Jr. to talk about getting older with social media, the election, the past four years under the former president, storming of the capitol, the hilarious time he discussed racism with his in-laws, moving to practice law in Washington D.C., now having to attend court on Zoom, fatherhood, stand-up c…
 
Jimmy Moynihan is a comedian living in Melbourne, Fla. He got sick of Binghamton and moved closer to the alligators and learned to love it. He's been stuck at home during the pandemic, but he runs one of the best Zoom open mics going with comedians checking in from all over the country. Moynihan did his first set as a junior in high school, booked …
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian TJ (Tanael) Joachim (Amazon Prime, Boston Comedy Festival) to talk about growing up in Haiti, his decision to leave to attend college in New York, learning English from Comedy Central, working at a crooked real estate brokerage, his parents reaction to him pursuing comedy, 3rd world countries, U.S. vs. Haiti…
 
Zach Dresch started his stand-up career seven years ago in Sioux Falls and now he's one of the best comedians in South Dakota. A life-long punk rock fan and a drummer in a dueling piano group, Dresh is able to combine his passions for music and comedy while still being able to work through the pandemic. He saw Motion City Soundtrack twice in 2020, …
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Dejan Tyler (D Tyler) to share hilarious stories about vending machine sandwiches, prepackaged subs at gas stations, storming of the capitol, crackheads at laundromats, banana ketchup, and a filipino woman putting raisins in his spaghetti. Check out his comedy album Get Rich or Diabetes: Spotify Tubi Follow …
 
Chris "Chimmer" Chmielewski has been doing stand-up for about three years in the Lewisburg/Williamsport, Pa., areas. The founder and editor of Foster Focus magazine, Chimmer grew up in the system and he's grown to become an award-winning journalist and frequent guest at the White House. Of course, he could be lying. Who knows? He used to work at th…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Becky Lynn (Cobb's, Punch Line) to talk about overthinking, partying in college, being too drunk, fights at bars, Las Vegas, foster parents, taking 23 and Me to find out she has siblings in the Bay Area, reuniting with her biological father, Robert's engagement, and delivering a baby. So pretty much everythi…
 
Christophe Jean is a really funny comedian from Orlando, Fla., who's been doing stand-up for four years. A coronavirus survivor, he's already back on stage because Florida has no rules. Jean left a job at Universal Studios to take a spot at a weed dispensary and he's never been happier. Now he's buried in producing comedy -- through Instagram, TikT…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Ellis Rodriguez (Winner of the San Francisco International Comedy Competition 2018, Shaq's Comedy All-Stars, Kevin Hart Presents Hart of the City Season 1) to talk about creating content, his genius t-shirt merch idea, stage fright, performance anxiety, therapy, and Ellis helps Robert diagnose his pre-show r…
 
It didn’t take long for Shirelle “Gator” Kinder to be noticed in the Rochester comedy scene. Constantly writing while living her life, Kinder has been able to translate working as a bartender to being a ball-buster on stage. After advancing to the finals of the Funniest Person in Rochester twice, there’s no denying Kinder is one of the best. Even h…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Phil Johnson (Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Sirius/XM Bob and Tom Radio, and Amazon Prime) to talk about his background in music, getting into comedy by accident through his band, recording his new album "Burning Sensation," working on his next hour, why he always wears a red shirt on stage, leather pants, and …
 
Binghamton comedian Hal Stewart grew up in Syracuse and started doing stand-up in 2018. He's been all over the East Coast telling jokes about his family -- with their consent. Stewart discussed his time in the navy, how being a salesman has helped his comedy career and why you should never trust him when he's got a roll of quarters in his hand. Fol…
 
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