Hola Digheads! We thought we may be spoiling you lately with all these famous people episodes, so Josh and Mike decided to drop an old-fashioned solo ep (it’s for your own good, listeners). The boys went back to basics and reflect on all that has happened since they started this thang three years, ago, and wouldn’t you know it, they get all mushy about how grateful they are to be living their dreams!
Josh also speaks about his recent stint hosting for the great Kevin Nealon, and Mike gets to talk about his favorite subject, the mid-90s, East coast, West coast, rap feud! Thanks for three amazing years Digheads!
Man, for such a busy fella, Brian was so not a dick and very generous with his time and advice! Brian was kind enough to sit down and discuss his experiences with the comedy world over the years; he’s written scripts, been the “Sonic” burgers guy, gets “kinda” recognized by strangers all the time, and is almost too perfect at playing doctors (he looks really good in a lab coat).
Josh and Stav are huge fans, so this was an honor to talk to Joe about taking his approach to playing in bands and applying it to comedy, new material Seinfeld, how podcasting is a pain in the ass, the table at the Comedy Cellar, and Joe’s love / hate, well mostly hate relationship with the internet!
Josh, Sean, and Sean discuss Sean Patton’s last appearance on Conan, his honest thoughts on Best Bars in America, the terrible things they did as teenagers including TPing a kid’s yard with a war-like strategy and concern, human feces on doors, and butts on volleyball player’s faces, and more!
Josh and Zac grew up together in a special little pocket of Maryland called Kent Island. So, the fellas have a nice catch up session combined with a full report of Zac’s life as a rock and roller, attempts not to gush when you meet your idols, and what happens when your drummer does PCP at a Belgian rock festival. Fun ep!