Matt Lieberman (Sourcefed, Afterbuzz, friend of the show) made the kind offer to interview me for our hundredth episode. I assumed that meant “talk about my collection,” when what Matt had in mind was much more sinister – he wanted me to talk about my own comedy album from 1999. Talk about myself though I might like to… do… I was reticent, but it was a fun trip down memory lane, and it’s nice to remember your first major, completed project and see that it had a place, somewhere, among other things. James Urbaniak and my Drinking Game buddy Alex Salem were there for emotional support and unexpected, but welcome, analysis of my (with Dan Gomiller) ridiculous album.
A quick thank you also to the people who have made these 100 episodes possible, besides our awesome guests: Mike Worden, Jen Smith, Dan Gomiller, Dan Schlissel, Josh Mills, James Urbaniak, Jeremy Guskin, Mike Preister and many more folks have given of their time and resources to help make this show something I’m quite proud of. Thanks for listening, boeau’.
Host: Matt Lieberman
Guest hosts: James Urbaniak, Alex Salem
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guests: Jason Klamm
Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour (Podcast and Archive)
Getting on With James Urbaniak
Viewers Like You (featuring Alex Salem and Matt Lieberman)
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