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Ep. #219: Eugene Mirman

Eugene Mirman is a very brilliant person, actor, author, festival organizer, husband, and stand-up comedian who lives in the United States of America. He’s a star of the hit animated Fox Television show Bob’s Burgers, where he voices the character Gene, the only son of the Belcher Family. He is also a beloved, surreal, and prolific multi-platform comedian whose latest release is the hilarious I’m Sorry (You’re Welcome), a 9 volume/7 LP box set that is available on vinyl, digital, chair, and robe on October 30th via Sub Pop Records. Here, Eugene and I discuss living in Brooklyn and missing Massachusetts a little, getting married and wedding planning, TJ the DJ and Robyn Hitchcock, the strange formats of Eugene’s new box set, funny chairs, the music industry collapse and collapsible chairs, a $1200 chair album, 40 comedy mp3 robes, a living, nameless dog stand-up comedy album, LP 1: Live In Seattle At The Columbia City Theater, a wedding and a Mexican mugging with Michael Stipe, LP 2A: A Guided Meditation For The Thoughtful Body, shiting yourself, LP 2B: Fuckscape, LP 3: Eugene’s Comprehensive Sound Effects Library, an impromptu rendition of “Neon Sign,” LP 4: Digital Drugs, LP 5: Over 45 Minutes of Crying, LP 6A: Introduction To Spoken Russian, LP 6B: Ringtones & Outgoing Voicemail Messages, track 3 or 4, LP 7: 195 Orgasms, 11 ineffectual orgasms, news about Bob’s Burger’s and a soundtrack album, Paul Rudd, Aziz Ansari, and Kevin Kline, the state of America and its cycle of polarization, coming to Canada, eugenemirman.com, “Enter the Fuckscape,” and that was the end.  

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Ep. #174: Andy Kindler

Andy Kindler is a stand-up comedian from New York City who is currently based in Los Angeles. Best known for frequent appearances as himself on the Late Show with David Letterman and recurring acting roles on Everybody Loves Raymond, Maron, and Bob’s Burgers, Kindler is a hard-working road comic who fearlessly assesses and critiques the comedy industry, both in his act and in his annual ‘State of the Industry” address at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal. Kindler will be performing at the Park Theatre in Winnipeg on Friday March 27 and here, we discuss my amazing guest introductions, milk and green apples and voice over auditions, Bob Dylan doesn’t drink water on-stage, Marco Rubio was thirsty and terrible, the red button is over, Jimmy Fallon’s viral videos, Ricky Gervais really is that David Brent character, fundamental atheism, interacting with Gervais once on Letterman, thinking about Robin Williams, Dane Cook and Hitler, how David Letterman has kept it real and Jimmy Fallon might be a phony, the pretentiousness of Louis C.K., the sanctimony of Jon Stewart, defending and enhancing the art of comedy, wanting to be loved and laughed at, satisfaction, the ‘I’ve-gotta-make-it’ phase of being in show business, bumping into each other once at SXSW, his connection to music and the Hold Steady, some of Andy’s hit singles, Adam Levine and Coldplay, loving the National, Steve Earle, Elvis Costello, and some other white people, liking soul music, contemplating David Letterman’s retirement, Dave’s demeanour before and after the heart surgery, Dave probably doesn’t really want to retire, Stephen Colbert will be amazing, being a true curmudgeon, what’s happening on the third season of Maron, appearing with Dave Anthony and Marc in Maron scenes, voicing Mort on Bob’s Burgers, Andy’s new special Hence, the Humour, Innerspace and All of Me, Marc Maron should return my calls, and that was that.

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