Austin stand-up comedian and improviser Angelina Martin (@angelinajmartin) joins us for a very emotional talk about emotionally intimate friendships, what it’s like to lose them, and how difficult they can be to rebuild. The rawest Extra Salty episode to date, Angelina opens up a dialogue of the double standards between emotional and sexual relationships and how rebuilding a bridge with close friends can be a Biore pore strip for the soul.
Jasmine and Ky bring in the New Year with a conversation about New Year's Resolutions.
Vanessa Gonzalez (@buhnessa) joins Ky and Jasmine to talk about the downside of working with children, the expectations clients have of hired entertainment, and scheming coworkers before a week long run headlining Cap City Comedy Club.
Local comedian Scott Sticker (@scottsticker) joins us to talk about parenting, other parents that hate their kids, and all of the terrible bosses he’s had including a man with his named carved in golden teeth, a man who named a bear after him then killed the bear, a conspiracy theorist newspaper reporter in Roswell, NM, and an insanely aggressive wildlife refuge founder.
Ky and Jasmine release a (few days late) Thanksgiving chat about handling family that can be hard to navigate, talking about comedy with family, and how Ky shaded a baby that was less than 24 hours old. Our producer, Ethan, also tries to sabotage us mid episode by playing a video of someone chowing down on a buffet of cooked bugs.
Writer, director, and improviser Stefan Gill (@gillson2) joins us to talk about being born into and growing up in a religious cult where his father was one of the right-hand men to the leader and how his family ultimately left the cult.
Comedian, actress, and writer Nathalie Holmes (@prettyfunnynat) joins us to talk about producing a one woman sketch comedy show, Southern cooking, and bullying. We also discuss Michelle Williams and the Spice Girls because we have no idea how to be relevant.
Queen of Austin comedy Carina Magyar (@CarinaTheMagyar) tell us about how she got “Jay Leno’d” out of the job that brought her to Austin, how Burning Man ruined a past workplace, and how to keep your eye on the prize when working as a writer.
Ky tells his rules of “How to drive like an Austin driver,” Jasmine talks about car accidents and teaching defensive drive, then, we discuss the recent Dove ad fiasco, the problematic dichotomy of the beauty industry, and how to have conversations about race.
Actor and improviser Brandon Martin (@oldhotnuts) shares his story about being the product of infidelity, the struggle of wanting to entertain while growing up in a small town, and why a mashed potato open bar would be better than a booze open bar at weddings.
Actress and comedian Rachel Hall (@itsjustrachelh) joins us to discuss hobbyists in the comedy world, the infuriating phrase “right of first refusal” in the acting world, and how to stay focused while working in fields full of rejection.
Katie Stone (@katiestone42) drops by to talk to Jasmine and Ky about feminism in comedy and dating.
Jasmine and Ky talk to each other about whats been getting them salty these days.
From business major/football player to EMT/bodybuilder to audiobook narrator, artist, and occasional yogie, Skyler Morgan (@thevoiceofskylarmorgan) joins us to talk about multiple life and career shifts and taking care of yourself.
Comedian Adam Serwa (@Pork_Lion) stops by to discuss polyamorous relationship dynamics, some of the resentments that can arise when in a relationship with multiple partners, and how that dynamic can also free some people from the resentments that commonly arise in relationships.
Comedian Joey Zimmerman (@JoeyZimmz) stops by to talk about past relationships and infidelity. We digress a bit into the concept of recreational drug use, but explore some of the saltiness around the generalized perceptions of recreational drug use.
Jasmine asks Ky about his saltiness behind being ghosted and experiences with dating as a gay man. Ky turns the tables back on her and asks about the salt of internal and external pressures that drive the desires to get married.