The Tao of Comedy
Following the sudden death of her beloved brother, host Kelly MacLean asks fellow comedians to aid her in an existential search for the of meaning of life. Hilarious and poignant, The Tao of Comedy exposes comedians as the sages they secretly are.
info_outline Michelle McGregor & Nick Liberatore 09/17/2017
Michelle McGregor & Nick Liberatore Comedy Central's 'The Comedy Jam' drummer Nick Liberatore on playing drums while the best comedians of our time sing their favorite songs; and Michelle (Iron Lung, Yale Repertoire) on life as a singer, actor and stand up. Together we discuss the connections, similarities, and differences between music, comedy and the sacred burden of following your dreams.
info_outline Wheeler Walker Jr. 08/24/2017
Wheeler Walker Jr. Wheeler Walker Jr.'s music tops both comedy and country music charts because they're as funny as they are catchy. He and Kelly talk about the difference between racist and political views (hint: they're not the same at all) and how Ol' Wheeler built a country music empire on not giving a f#$*
info_outline Michael Donovan 07/06/2017
Michael Donovan Michael Donovan's photography is considered some of the most cutting edge, dark, provocative and unique in the fashion world--little do his fans know he started out as a stand up comic with a character named 'Cool Mike' who basically said the meanest things possible ever. And may have caused world war. This podcast is too weird to explain so just listen.
info_outline Jeremiah Watkins 06/19/2017
Jeremiah Watkins The road to Hell may be paved with good intentions, but Jeremiah Watkins (Comedy Central Roast Battle, The Comedy Jam) says the road to success is, too. Our favorite Kansan comic shares his life philosophy that you should probably go live by.
info_outline Dylan Brody 04/28/2017
Dylan Brody One of America's top humorist and story tellers discusses the "crushing urgency of mortality", the difference between a good joke and a funny joke, the future of capitalism, why stories matter the most, and basically solves all the world's problems in this one hour.
info_outline Yakov Smirinoff 04/10/2017
Yakov Smirinoff Legendary stand up-turned-philosopher Yakov Smirinoff talks about his historically significant relationship with President Ronald Reagan, the role humor can play in politics, and his respect for laughter as a vital barometer for happiness in life and relationships.
info_outline Patrick Bristow 04/03/2017
Patrick Bristow Patrick Bristow has remained one the top character actors since the 90s (Ellen, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld, Austin Powers, Showgirls, Transformers) the former Groundling now has his own school The Improvatorium and tours with the adults only muppet show, Puppet Up. Patrick and Kelly discuss improv doctrine as a way of life and his, Patrick's philosophy of 'letting the mystery be', and their mutual experience of loving someone who struggles with addiction.
info_outline Chris Martin 03/12/2017
Chris Martin Kelly and UK comedian Chris Martin (Comedy Central’s 'Live at the Comedy Store', The Carl Donnelly and Chris Martin Podcast) talk Brits vs. Americans, devout atheists as religious extremists, their shared need to make strangers think they’re the nicest and an affinity for ‘cunt’.
info_outline Zach Leary 03/01/2017
Zach Leary Zach Leary (Duncan Trussell Family Hour, Joe Rogan Experience) futurist, spiritualist, connected technology consultant, socio-cultural theorist, writer and son of Tim Leary hosts Kelly on his popular podcast ‘It’s All Happening’. They discuss Kelly’s background in Buddhism, the comedian’s role in society as well as consciousness and how acceptance of death enriches life.
info_outline Jeff Miller 02/26/2017
Jeff Miller Kelly and Jeff Miller (Host of Travel Channel's Trip Testers, Founding Editor, Thrillist LA) explore foodgasms and why food can probably elevate you to enlightenment. If not, it will at least be a whole lot of fun trying to get there--just about as much fun as an hour with Jeff Miller.