Jeremiah Watkins


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I spot-traded with Jeremiah Watkins. Now, that’s a rare statement because the man doesn’t do that. OK, so that’s not exactly what happened. Dare I say we stand in mutual admiration of each other? I dare say, because it’s my podcast and therefore my description and therefore I’ll write whatever I want. Well, I can certainly speak for myself: I am a big fan of J-Dub and all he’s doing so I invited him on my show, where he brought his high-energy personality and quick wit to boot. Only a fortnight ago, I did his Improvised Standup Show, which is a quintessential experience. Jeremiah hosts at Rant LA in Hollywood and introduces about ten comics who bravely ascend to the stage and ask the energetic crowd for suggestions. They (We) then proceed to… improvise. The show is so popular amongst comics that if you get on more than a couple times a year, you’re killin’ it. On this episode, Mr. Watkins and I discuss our love of bombing onstage, our shared fear of kids in horror movies and love of the Beatles, why Tommy Boy is so boss, and our understandably mixed feelings on backhanded compliments. Enjoy.

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