Comedian Devon Walker (@internetdevon) drops by to talk writing, shows, FPIA, and dreams.
Comedian, filmmaker, and writer Mitch Mekulsia drops by to talk writing regiments, boosting your friends, and how to not suck ass on stage.
Jered interviews Arielle about tampons, comedy, and tampons.
The Gross Lonley Boys (Enzo Priesnitz, Andrew Clarkston, Danny Goodwin) drop by.
Comedian/actor Zac Brooks (@ZacBrooks) stops by to talk porn, shows, and consistency.
Comedian/writer/teacher Jeff Simmermon (@jeffsimmermon) stops by to talk albums, creating classes, and story slams.
Comedian/actor Mac Blake stops by to talk commercial work, shaking off external pressure, and making a damn album.
Comedian Chris Tellez (@hichristellez) stops by and talks writing techniques and the greatest bomb of his life.
Vanessa Marie Gonzalez (@Buhnessa) stops by and chats Christ blankets, acting, a how to design a writing partner program.
Andrew Dismukes (@andrew_vinny) stops by to talk scoring meetings, reading scrips, and the inner-workings of stand-up.
Comedian Avery Moore (@AveryReedMoore) stops by to chat open mics, hanging at fests, and irie Florida.
Comedian, actress, and writer Martha Kelly stops by to talk some comedy.
Comedian Nick Saverino (@SavandsomeRino) stops by and talks writing and writing for a bit.
Comedian and writer Jake Flores (@feraljokes) stops by to talk makin' it big in the Big Apple.
Comedian/filmmaker/actress Christina Parrish (@ibesuper, The Chip Show) stops by to talk about improvising, acting, and comedy-ing.
Rob Gagnon (@RobGagnons) stops by and talks weird shows and weird writing.
Comedian John Rabon stops by and talks guidance.
Lisa Delarios (@LisaDelarios) comes by and talks scene support, writing for yourself, and getting bit by the bug.
Matt Bearden (@MattBearden) stops by and talks the finer points of establishing a solid show, doing shows outside of your comfort zone, and most importantly making people laugh.
Comedian/podcaster Ryan Gurian (@RyanGurian) stops by to discuss the city of New York, beating your head against a wall, and staying true to yourself on stage.