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Elbonoodle
Jul 22
Rating:   10
Great Interviews

I started listening to this podcast after finding The Daily Beast's The New Abnormal. I love it! Robert Smigel was a great guest. I had no idea what a genuinely sweet guy he is. Loved the Trump impersonator guy and the Sarah Silverman interview!

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Don of LaMancha
Jul 18
Rating:   10
Pulling Back The Curtain

One of my favorite things is getting to hear folks like “Kevin” (aka Brian B.) share background stories about the show they were on and various cast members. Please: More of the Same!!! Great episode!

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Zelma Yvette
Jul 4
Rating:   10
TRump impersonation

What a self important ass - he’s not funny.

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mima604
Jun 16
Rating:   8
Courtesy to the listener, please.

The episode with Eric was was my first and I wished he had turned off his email as a sign of respect to Matt and the listeners. Every time he received an email, I could tell he stopped to glance at it before answering Matt’s question to the point of almost forgetting what he was about to say. I’ve been on enough conference calls to recognize this. Answer your emails OR do the interview. That wasn’t the time to multi-task. Otherwise, great pod idea!

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Hoist Petard
Jun 5
Rating:   10
Yes, the healing.

This podcast heals my broken heart. It keeps me from spilling myCovid-saturated tears onto my fellow protesters.

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only_erin
May 31
Rating:   10
Love it!

Great interviewer. Great guests.

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matt bomarr
Apr 23
Rating:   10
Love it

Matt Wilstein always gets the best guests, and is a great interviewer. A must for any fan of comedy.

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KateSTP
Apr 15
Rating:   10
Refreshing take on comedians

This podcast gives a unique, interesting look at comedic power players. I always look forward to who the next guest is!

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Mike Breitstein
Apr 14
Rating:   2
Garbage

You have to look no further than their discussions around Bill Maher to see how the authors have absolute no ability to produce rational thought.

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Max-max-max-max-max
Apr 14
Rating:   10
SO. GOOD.

The Sasha Baron Cohen, Judd Apatow, and Sarah S eps were AMAZING!

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Creetisvan
Mar 24
Rating:   10
Great show, & suggested guests

I don’t listen to all the shows, but the ones that feature favorite comedians are both informative & entertaining; unlike some podcasts Matt doesn’t get in the way of his guests. As for suggestions I would really like to hear a show featuring Phil Proctor, one of the two surviving members of the Firesign Theatre. While they were a phenomenon throughout the 1970s and deserve renewed recognition, Proctor alone has had a unique career before and after their heyday. I’d also welcome a show with Awkwafina—her show “Nora from Queens” is a revelation, being clever, original, off the wall, and consistently hilarious. Please consider not just one but both of those as guests, and thanks!

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Roastmaster General Jeff Ross
Mar 13
Rating:   10
Love this podcast

Because it treats comedy as art. Thanks Matt Wilstein

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Magic1023
Mar 5
Rating:   10
Where is BUNNS!

Please invite TOM SEGURA and BERT “THE MACHINE” KREISCHER! Descriptio

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BizzyTown
Jan 25
Rating:   10
Great guests!

Loved hearing from Jillian Bell, Lake Bell, Andrea Savage, Michael Schur, Jason Mantzoukas, Pete Holmes...Get Kumeil! Jerrod! Kenan! Ben Schwartz!

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Rithmx
Jan 15
Rating:   6
Great guests/so so host

The title says it all

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libbynoodles
Jan 11
Rating:   10
Stacey G Woman

Soooooooo incredibly funny! Hilarious! Don’t miss an episode!!!

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i am gotham girl
Jan 7
Rating:   10
More than ever...

Know it may sound trite, but now more than ever... we need the greats of comedy (Andrea Savage, among others) talking about their process and work. This kind of connection feels authentic and candid--it's a real gift each week.

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