What do you think of when you think of "One of a kind"? That rare diamond that people get to look at but not touch? That kick ass art show in Toronto? A dragon? We think of Inessa Frantowski (The Amazing Gay Pile, Second City, Uprights Citizens Brigade)! Join in the fun and laughs with Matt and Naomi, as they talk to Inessa about the dangers of eating at public restaurants in LA, and Love - which is MORE dangerous we wonder???
This week, Matt and Naomi find out from Second City alum, Key and Peele star/composer Josh Funk what it's like to be a dad to the most amazing kids in the world. Plus, what would you do if you found out your dad was Spiderman?! We're still not sure why he won't give them to us - they sound perfect!
Chatting with Ayumi Iisuka (Second City, Conan, Jimmy Kimmel) about her love of dogs, how she fosters them, and how that makes her better than us. We also learn the true meaning behind “dog day afternoon”. Dogs are 'reading' us and our inner emotions. WARNING: don’t let your dog listen to this episode, it will be too emotional!
Naomi and Matt talk with Second City alumnus James Gangl about California Inspired Cooking. When he's not in the kitchen, you can catch James in Annedroids and Workin’ Moms. He is also the creator and lead in the one-person show “In Search of Cruise Control”. We recorded this in LA, but are releasing this to celebrate his Toronto Fringe success. Hear him on this podcast…see him in the Fringe…you can have it ALL!
AND…find out why Matt says to Naomi “you can go kill yourself”.
The man of a million voices (F is for Family, Batman VS Robin) brings a couple to the Baram & Snieckus show, as we talk about riding a motorcycle in L.A. The voice of the Emperor from Lego Star Wars tells us about acting rules that apply to L.A but not T.O, and the dangers of everyday riding on the freeways. Yeah, he had words with the young lady who drove over his bike...but he did it as Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy, so: ADORABLE! Get your helmets on and have a listen!
Second City Alum and a darling of any stage he appears on, Rich Sohn has been delighting audiences all over the world with his "holy crap, did he say that" style. We talked to Rich about long distance relationships - because his partner in crime, Rebecca Sohn has been working in a different city. He has a lot of tips...not all good...but at least there's a lot of them.
Baram & Snieckus are talking about Conspiracy Theories with Sarah Hillier (Second City, Sketchersons AND the Beaverton). "True" stories about Brittany Spears being brain washed and false stories about ladies looking for luggage in the under ground Denver airport. Check out more comedy from Sarah Hillier @thesarahhillier!
Andrew Pifko (Second City) joins us this week to talk about traveling the world, voice over acting, and of course improv.
Paul Mather (Television Writer - Powerless) joins Matt and Naomi to talk about Canadians living in L.A, pitching television shows, and what not to say in the airport to the border security officer.
Peter Oldring (House of Cards, This is That Radio Show) is our guest of honor this week and he's here to share his improv, and baking stories with us.
Shaun Majumder (This Hour Has 22 Minutes) is our guest in L.A. this week, and is here to talk about racial backgrounds, Internet trolls, and perform improv with us.
This week on the podcast, Matt and Naomi perform their sketch "Out of Gas".
This week on the podcast Matt & Naomi perform their sketch from Second City "The Proposal".
Jen Goodhue (Baroness Von Sketch Show) is on the show this week to talk and about dealing with anger. It's comedy about anger, people!
David Shore (Monkey Toast) is on the episode this week to talk with Matt and Naomi about failure. Everything from failure in improv to failure in everyday life, is on the table.
This week Naomi and Matt are delighted to have their hilarious friends Sandy Jobin-Bevans (Life With Boys) and Kylee Evans (Good Witch) on the show to talk about working with your significant Other.
Darryl Hinds (The Beaverton) is our guest this week and is here to talk about spy's, heroes, and Bill Cosby.
Kathleen Phillips (Mr. D) is on the show this week for our special Valentines episode. Enjoy the stories and sketches about love, lovers, and lovely times!
Gavin Crawford (This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Because News) is our guest this week. He brings with him his quick improv skills and discusses Musical Theatre, Sci-Fi and Alan Rickman.
Emma Hunter (Mr. D, The Beaverton) is on the show this week to talk about Girl Weekends and Red Carpets. She even tells us how Rum is made!