Matt and Naomi chat with 'Teachers' creator and Star (TVLand) Katie Thomas about Misophonia (literally "hatred of sound"). Find out what people did in the olden days to deal with Misophonia, why Katie needs to lick a picture of Tom Jones, and how to be a better person! Put us in your ear holes and laugh with your mouth hole!
Hang out with Matt and Naomi as they discuss such frivolities as the end of the world with genius improviser Nicholas Daly Clark (Impro Theatre School LA, Con Man). Do you know what you’re going to do at the end of the world? Listen to this podcast and get all the answers about what to do and what you’ll need....and what you won’t need, and what you shouldn’t do! Whether or not the end of the world is coming, we’re having some laughs right now. Join us!
Matt and Naomi chat with 'Freelancers Anonymous', and 'Carmilla' star Natasha Negovanlis about the highs and lows of getting jet lag. Find out her theory on how people used to get over their jet lag in the olden days. Also, you'll NEVER believe what the name for the Winnipeg Jets was going to be, according to Natasha! Get your neck pillow and settle in for some in-flight entertainment!
Naomi and Matt chat with Second City Alum, and former writer on the Jimmy Fallon Show, Albert Howell about his plans to drive their car across the country from Los Angeles to Toronto. Is he ready? Will he ever be ready? Albert has some great tips on how to stay awake and the answer to the question: “What yoga pose was inspired by long distance driving?”.
PLUS - Have you heard of “The Gum Ball Rally” — no? Neither had we. Find out more about it here because Al has never been more excited about anything.
Have a listen with your ear holes as Matt and Naomi chat with Nelu Handa (Workin’ Mom’s, Baroness Von Sketch Show) about Manifestation. Nelu teaches Matt about intention and vision boards…and the intention of a vision board. You have to start some where! If you were wondering what the Drake Manifesto is, Nelu will tell you in this episode - AND find out what intention she sets that comes through before your very ears!!
Tune in as we talk discipline with JR Bourne (Teen Wolf). Matt launches his new product idea “Extreme Treating”. JR talks about learning how to do sign language - great goal, not great for audio. Learn from JR how to practice the discipline of mowing the lawn, and find out what “Follow the Suck” really means. See if you have some discipline and listen to this whole podcast without checking your twitter.
We DARE you!
Matt and Naomi talk with Tyler Dean Kempf (Second City) about musicals. Don't we all love singing along with a good musical and throwing tomatoes at a bad one? What happens when these three put their brains together and create a musical based on an old Prospector? If there was a musical called "Trump", what would drop from the ceiling? Find out everything on this episode!
Today Matt and Naomi talk about why people like sports with John Loos (Second City). I mean…there’s a few people out there that are really passionate about sports, but we just don’t get it. What is life like without sports? Who would John be without his football and basketball rehearsals? Find out why John Loos’ character wants to pee in his own mouth, what an award winning sonnet sounds like, and why John is yelling “Aunt Jackie has been robbed!” It’s a lot of sports talk and 2/3 people don’t really care about sports!
Naomi and Matt weren’t sure if they should launch this episode or not. Then they thought YES…put it out there, Corey Rittmaster is a great guy, a funny man from the Second City world…they SHOULD…but then they thought…mmmmaybe not…. The topic today is indecision. It’s your choice if you listen to him or not. If you don’t you’ll never hear Naomi decide over a root beer milk or a three bean medley cocktail. Here’s a hint: she cries over one of them.
Naomi and Matt hang out with Second City Chicago Alum and brilliant TV comedy writer (Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien, Review ) Kevin Dorff. If you’re American and want to know how to come across as Canadian OR if you want to know how to give a “Canadian-Handshake” - you’re going to want to hear THIS! We figure everything out here for the first and last time.
Matt and Naomi get organized with spitfire Alana Johnston (Upright Citizens Brigade, I Want My Phone Back). Find out what country is the most organized, and how Alana would show that she's the most organized person for the position at a job interview. Not sure if it's legal or not-but she'd do it. You're going to want to get out your post-it notes and your file folders out for this one folks...filing this one under "big laughs!".
What was your "Joe" job before you did what you really wanted to do? Can you even call jobs "Joe" anymore? What were the jobs in the middle ages that were considered side jobs? Matt and Naomi have some laughs while getting educated with half of the Templeton Philharmonic kick butt sketch duo; Gwynne Phillips as she tells us about her past jobs in front of a live audience at Comedy Bar in Toronto, Canada!
This show is a miracle! We have been trying to get this superstar on our show since before we even had a show. Revel in the comedy magic of The Listener, Red Oaks, Blindspot star Ennis Esmer as he tells us his deepest secrets about his pet peeve's in front of a live audience at Comedy Bar Toronto, Canada!
Sit back and enjoy the soft voice and hard jokes of Second City Alum Randall Harr, as we speak to him about spirituality. Matt and Naomi talk about everything from vape smudging, to serpents living in your spine. Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a sensory deprivation room with a stranger? Find out during this episode! Listen with both your ear holes to funny/smart man - Randall Harr.
Catch Second City gal and creator/star of Two Girls One Pup show - Monique Madrid, as we get wound up talking about anxiety. Find out what causes them, what they are, and how we deal with them! Ever wonder who invented anxiety? You’ll get your answer here. Finally, there’s a song Monique sings beautifully at the end that will sooth your stress, and perhaps create new ones!
What can we say about Pat Thornton...he's made us laugh, he's made us cry! Listen with your ear holes as Pat takes us into a world of art that we didn't even know existed. He finally answers the question: "Is THAT art?" - and you won't believe the answer!
For more Pat-listen now...NOW!
We chat with Holly Prazoff (Upright Citizens Brigade, Comedy Bang Bang) about what she loves about America, what she misses about Canada, and fast tracking through fear self help groups. Also, how much is TOO much pizza? Find out all those facts that you didn't know you needed to know about America. This is the original fake-news show. #alsofake
Matt and Naomi talk to 'Whose Line is it Anyway?' and 'Second City Chicago' Alum Ron West about baseball; and discover we know nothing, and he knows EVERYTHING! In fact, we referred to many top notch web sites (weirdfacts.com) and Ron knew MORE than them! If you Love baseball and comedy, then you'll LOVE this episode!
Matt and Naomi chat with Founder and Artistic Director of Impro Theatre (www.improtheatre.com) and voice on Kung Fu Panda Dan O'Connor on "locaysh" in Los Feliz. This man makes anyone that shares a scene with him step up their game! Don't let your ears fool you, this isn't an actual scene from a Chekhov play...it's IMPROVISED! We talk about the difference between theatrical improv and how Anton Chekhov is entirely misunderstood and how someone can "realize thy toast".
Matt and Naomi speak with Second City Chicago Alum and web series "The Breakwomb" and "All Stars with Fred Willard" - Molly Erdman about the pressures and strategy of gift giving! Should we do Christmas stockings, or NOT? How much CAN you stuff into a stocking? Is a card enough? You SAY it is...but IS it? All the answers to all your questions are in this podcast.