We decided to get together to record one last episode. We've been busy over the past year and a half. Nate has moved to LA and had daughter. Yannis and Chris might start a new podcast.
This week we're hanging out in the green room of Caroline's where Yannis is headlining to sold out audiences all weekend. We talk about the Yannis Pappas Show featuring Maurica that has been a huge success. Plus special guest Angelo Lozada, a NYC comedy vet and host of the Yannis Show.
We all survived the NYC earthquake and got together to talk about it. Frankie is in the studio again and he has some show biz advice for Nate. Chris can't say a bad word about anyone and Yannis talks more about his interesting living situation.
We are all back in the same room just like the good 'ol days. We do some catching up on where we are in show biz and what happened in Montreal. We've missed you all.
We are hanging in the backroom of the East Village bar Kabin after a great comedy show that happens there every Thursday. Yannis called out sick so we have Rojo Perez sitting in. We're talking to our comedy buddies Sean Patton, Chesley Calloway, and Matt Ruby.
No Yannis and no studio. We're taking it to the streets. Nate and Chris are driving in New York city with our buddy Dan Soder. We pick up Joe DeRosa and talk about his new film. Watch Nate tonight on Conan on TBS.
This episode we have special guest Ted Alexandro! Yannis is caught in traffic, Nate's name is hard to spell, and Frankie trusts Wikipedia too much. We all talk about Ted and Nate hanging together at Bonnaroo and starting comedy. Check out Ted's new music video "Kiss Our American Ass" http://youtu.be/sqEKjvH_DqA
Nate's in Bonnaroo so we asked Joe List to stop by. He claims he's been on the show before so we have our buddy Joe List sitting in. Joe lays it all on the line for what is one of the best episodes ever. Buy Joe's CD on iTunes "So Far, No Good".
Here's 63. We've got our got our good friend Louis Katz sitting in. Yannis had a huge weekend, Nate has been reviewed, Frankie has another cheese cake update and Chris's got nothing. Check out Louis at louiskatzcomedy.com
Boy, oh boy did we miss you folks. We're all finally back together....so let's fight. We thought the rapture was coming so we were all a little on edge. Well, we're all still here so the next episode might be a little awkward.
We're all finally back together. The Laker Awards were huge, Yannis is selling out, Nate is looking to going Hollywood and Frankie is on the verge of becoming a cheesecake tycoon.
Episode 60 already? Last week no Nate, this week no Yannis. We've got our good buddy, Comedian Pat Dixon, hanging out with us.
No Nate, no problemo. 59 episodes and our 1st one without Nate. Yannis is thinking about making some changes to the show. Frankie is here and talking about an exciting new direction in his comedy career.
This episode we talk about a loss of a great comedian, the meaning of life, and where to get some bargain discount headphones. Also, the Laker Awards are coming soon. Thanks for listening everybody.
Nate's going back to Iraq. Our 1st guest ever gets into a little bit of trouble. We talk some comedy. Nate and Yannis almost had a fight but don't worry folks it was just a little misunderstanding.
Hope everybody saw Nate kill on Comedy Central last week. In this episode our good friend, comedian Joe List, stops by to share a story about a triumph of the spirit. This one is a must listen but not for the weak of heart.
Episode 55 we've got a guest, Rebecca Trent. Rebecca owns one of the best comedy venues in NYC, The Creek and the Cave. We talk about what special place the Creek is to comics.
We're back everybody. Nate was away at sea but we're back with a full episode. Frankie's not here but we give him a call. This week we are talking relationships, comedy, guns and MLK. We are all pro-MLK btw.
Happy New Year. We're all back for 2011. We've had a few weeks of so we're getting caught up and letting the wounds of 2010 heal. We got a lot big stuff coming this year so get ready.
It's our last episode of the year so why not go out with some passion. This one is not funny but what it lacks in laughs it more than makes up for in yelling. Are we all still friends? I don't know but we'll find out in 2011.