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Late Night with Conan O'Brien
04/07/2016
about 1 hour
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Join Danielle and pinch hitting co-host Leslie Grossman w/ special guest (and Danielle's husband & Housewives hater) Matt Besser (Improv4Humans) as they say good-bye to Dub-ai and hello to the big apple. They talk Kyle's long hair vs Jules' long hair...
01/19/2016
about 1 hour
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Incredible improviser and sketch comedian Marques Ray joins the County boys to talk about growing up in Bakersfield, California, honing his comedy chops at the UCB theatre in LA alongside Daniel Van Kirk, and doing a set of comedy as a character on a...
11/14/2016
about 2 hours
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JONATHAN GROFF is a 6 time Emmy Award nominee who is currently under an overall deal at ABC studios where he is the executive producer / showrunner on “Blackish” for ABC and right before that, served as executive producer / showrunner on “Happy Endings” for three seasons.  Prior to that he was under an overall at 20th where he served as a consulting producer on “How i Met Your Mother” for 20th / CBS. Preceding that, he executive produced and ran the series “Andy Barker P.I.” for NBC, which he co-created with Conan O’brien. Jonathan has also developed and executive produced “Father of the Pride” for Dreamworks, “The Jake Effect,” and was a consultant on “Ed,” for David Letterman’s worldwide pants. He also spent five seasons as head writer on “Late Night with Conan O'Brien.”
12/19/2016
30 minutes
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Andy Richter and the cast of "Andy Richter's Home For The Holidays" share their holiday traditions and go behind the scenes while making their holiday special. "Andy Richter's Home For The Holidays" streams only on Seeso starting December 20th. Happy Holidays!
12/11/2016
39 minutes
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Comedian Greg Fitzsimmons has done stand-up everywhere you've looked, from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to Late Show with David Letterman to Late Night with Conan O'Brien to Chelsea Lately. Then there's his wildly successful podcast, Fitzdog Radio, as well as his Howard 101 radio show, the eponymously titled The Greg Fitzsimmons Show. Let's also talk about those appearances on @Midnight and Best Week Ever, among other shows, his acting on Lucky Louie, his writing gigs on Ellen, Politically Incorrect, Chelsea Handler and more and his book, Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons. And yet, despite those myriad accomplishments, would you believe that Fitzsimmons is a guy who says he lacks confidence because believes he's lost his mojo? Yep, that's where we got after analyzing his issue with those sorts of overconfident dudes who give you the hand-crushing shake and slap you on the shoulder. What does this has to do with his radio personality dad and being a middle-class kid at a high school filled with the children of billionaires? It's all in the episode, folks.
11/05/2016
about 1 hour
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Since 2008, Big Think has been sharing big ideas from creative and curious minds. The Think Again podcast takes us out of our comfort zone, surprising our guests and Jason Gots, your host, with unexpected conversation starters from Big Think’s interview archives. Historian and journalist Jelani Cobb is the author of Substance of Hope: Barack Obama and the Paradox of Progress and other books, and one of our most powerful writers on the complexities of race in America. Jelani is a staff writer at the New Yorker, where he’s given readers nuanced insight into gun culture, police brutality, the #blacklivesmatter movement, and much more, and a professor of Journalism at Columbia University.  Although Jelani was hoping the surprise format might involve watching fun nature videos, the topics that came up included mathematical symmetry as a defining principle of the universe, whether and to what extent liberals should try to empathize with Trump supporters, and the ethics of human-animal and human-robot relations. Sorry, Jelani. Surprise conversation starter interview clips in this episode: Jim Gaffigan on Political Intolerance, Glenn Cohen on AI Ethics, and Frank Wilczek on Symmetry
03/10/2016
about 1 hour
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Rob Corddry created and co-stars in one of the funniest series on Adult Swim, "Children's Hospital," which is in its 7th and final (grrrrr) season! Rob's sharing the real-life story that inspired the onetime web series, and supplying plenty of behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the cast and shooting process. He's also talking about his time as a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," what it was like taking classes from Amy Poehler at UCB, his own comedy troupe, Naked Babies, and the subtle art of improvised drama.
11/07/2016
about 1 hour
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The Kids In The Hall's Kevin McDonald is back! Special Guest Rachel Dratch discusses her first week of SNL, her hatred of writing, and her recent turn to theater. Musical Guest Ted Leo talks about his friendships with comedians, how ska becomes punk, and how he creates his band's names. Leo also performs the new song "Can't Go Back" and The Both's "Londsdale Avenue." Also featuring Ali Farahnakian, Philip Casale, Frank Garcia-Hejl, and the Matt Rubano Band.
03/01/2016
34 minutes
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I am going down memory lane today. I’ve invited my friend from college. Mike Still is here and he’s going to become a household name very soon - I promise you. Mike and I were both in the honor’s college at Penn State and also in a theatre club. He was a phenomenal actor but also talented in many other ways- a great student, public speaker and leader. Interestingly enough, Mike pursued his deepest passion, acting. Of course, he became very successful because that’s who he is. He’s had a very successful commercial acting career and also, television. He’s been very busy and most recently, I saw him in an article in Fast Company Magazine, calling him, “The Next Lorne Michaels”. Yes, the next Lorne Michaels. Mike is now the artistic director of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles. It’s an improvisational and sketch comedy training center. It’s the only accredited improv and sketch comedy school in the country. Lots of SNL stars got started at the Upright Citizens Brigade, which is why I believe that Fast Company is calling Mike the next Lorne Michaels. People like Amy Poehler, Matt Walsh, Rick Roman, Horatio Sanz all came from UCB and so Mike is in a pretty powerful position, I have to say and all the while, he’s still trying to work at his own acting career. We talk about that reconciling those two worlds, what he thinks is the “It factor” right now as people are trying to breakthrough in comedy and acting. Since he’s on the forefront of that. Also, what’s his take? For more information visit www.somoneypodcast.com. 
04/14/2016
about 1 hour
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Death of a Gorgeous Shirt: Live at UCB Sunset - Jon Daly, Seth Morris and Neil Campbell join Matt Besser for a live episode of improv4humans at UCB Sunset. Political man-on-the-street interviews inspire scenes about voting for change and a struggling...