What does it mean to live your purpose?
Side effects of reopening the economy too soon. What I'd like to hear the president say and Trump is NOT the most powerful person in the world.
Why it sucks to work for Uber and why they need to be sued and, YES, their drivers deserve better pay. Also, I talk about my new living situation. This pandemic sucks for some and is a blessing for others.
I talk about the personal impacts of the Corona Virus, confusing symptoms, my first Zoom comedy show, and why I haven't showered in days.
I talk about my breakup and share a story about my son thinking he made me super angry.
I discuss my big new year resolution to remain sober for a whole month, I say goodbye to guilt, and I go over Oscar picks and the only Oscar snub I truly care about.
"In perpetuity, throughout the universe" is a common phrase in entertainment contracts. I talk about what that phrase means. I also discuss my script writing process and what makes a script worth writing.
I got engaged because of a facebook misunderstanding and someone recently stole one of my jokes.
My kid deleted a short film after getting ridiculed at school and I discuss the excitement of telling new jokes vs the complacency of telling old jokes.
I talk about why I cheated and how I eventually got through it.
CEO and owner of The Comedy Cartel Agency, Kevin Alderman, gives advice on how to get booked by his agency. Get the inside scoop on what agencies go through in order to be successful. In this episode, I help aspiring comedians learn how to get booked on the road.
I get a little emotional as I remember my childhood.
Perception is everything when it comes to happiness.
I discuss my son's torn ACL, press secretary Sanders unwillingness to say the press is not the enemy of the people, Trump doesn't know what's going on in England, and Maria Butina's part in the whole Russian conspiracy.
My 11 year old son tells me his problems at summer school and what turns a good dad into a great dad in this special Father's Day episode.