Hanging with Wendy Liebman (Part2)

If you're hitting LA make sure to get to Wendy's monthly 'Wendy Liebman & Friends - Locally Grown Comedy"

If you’re hitting LA make sure to get to Wendy’s monthly ‘Wendy Liebman & Friends – Locally Grown Comedy”

Part 2 of the Wendy Liebman interview comes out just in time for the launch of her monthly comedy show Locally Grown Comedy in Studio City. She answers fan questions from social media and all 3 comedians delve further into life as a comedian and life in general.


Due Diligence with Du Kirpalani : The Hunt for a Hollywood Writing Gig

Du with girls

Getting Over A Girl The Write Way

Author,  comedian and Disney Fellowship finalist Du Kirpalani just landed himself an international TV writing gig to pay the bills. Kirpalani grew up in Hong Kong, worked in advertising in India then hit the ground running when he arrived in LA with $7000.00 in his pocket. His books Side Boobs, 100 Poems For My Ex & 10 Jokes For Me and The Naughty Boy Who Saved Christmas (ranked #7 on Kindle last holiday season) have been highly endorsed by some of LA’s best comedy writers. His philosophy of  “just keep making more art” is clearly paying off. In this episode  Kirpalani gives straight forward advice and shares the resources he’s used to self publish, navigate the LA scene and land some gigs. So you can go take that “Break into the Hollywood Writing Scene” class for $2400.00 or just get the straight up truth from this episode for free.


Tess Rafferty Entertains

Author & Comedy Central / E! writer Tess Rafferty talks tits, entertaining and travel with Bernie & AL. If you’re familiar with a little show on E! called The Soup,  Comedy Central’s @midnight or caught their roasts then you’ve already laughed at her writing. In this episode Tess shares her tips on entertaining and dealing with the stress and anxiety of throwing a kick ass dinner party – all taken from her book Recipes for Disaster – A Memoir. Need legit cooking and entertaining advice but want to skip Mario Batali and Gwnyth Paltrow driving around Tuscany pretending they bumped into celebrity friends who just happen to be mic’d for the cameras? Is it just too painful for you to watch Martha Stewart pretend she has a soul? Search no more! This episode is no bullshit guide to being a great host and avoid having a psychotic break before the first guest arrives. Oh, and if you want some snark and social commentary, well of course there’s plenty of that.


No manufactured “edge” here, Tess Rafferty’s really got the goods.



Tony V: We Can’t Stop Listening

The only thing that can hold a candle to Tony V's entertainment credits? His life stories.

We couldn’t get through 1/2 of our questions for Tony V because his stories were so damned riveting.

Tony V stops by Laugh Boston to discuss Boston comedy, Boston history, Boston real estate, being in NYC on 9/11 and pie. You probably know his TV & film credits (The Town, The Heat, State and Main, Brotherhood, Louie, etc.) but bet you didn’t know he’s a former case worker at Somerville Mental Health Center. Intelligent, insightful and straightforward, this interview is hilarious without an ounce of schtick.