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.
Aaron Brooks (@FunnyBrooks) stops by to talk about how to make jokes work and writing yourself out of difficult situations.
Comedian M.K. Paulsen (@mkpaulsen) talks about working out of multiple cities and living as an artist.
Mario DiGiorgio stops by to talk about the state of comedy then and now.
Comedian JT Kelley (@JTsmelly) stops by to talk about how to get people to take you seriously in a comedy scene while still maintaining your tough edge.