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Sorry I've Been So Busy

Everyone always says they're so busy. But what exactly are they so busy with? In their podcast Sorry I've Been So Busy, writer/comedians Matt Goldich (Late Night with Seth Meyers) and Andrew Goldstein (MTV) talk to their interesting and funny friends to find out what they've actually been so busy with - everything from major life and career events to everyday minutiae. Sorry I've Been So Busy is the only podcast that will never blow you off... unless something comes up.
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Now displaying: August, 2016
Aug 31, 2016

Matt and Andrew talk to producer, show runner, Tru TV exec Simmy Kustanowitz (TRL, Silent Library, Impractical Jokers) about selling breakfast sausage as a religious Jew, giving useful network notes, and getting locked in a Cancun hotel bathroom.

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Aug 24, 2016

Matt and Andrew talk to comedian, writer, and "Pretty Little Liars" podcaster Chelsea White (Girl Code, Cabernet and A) about "inventing pop culture," hot dates at Red Lobster, vacuum repair, and the morning ritual she always makes time for.

Aug 17, 2016

Matt and Andrew talk to comedian Sean Patton (star of his own half hour special on Comedy Central and Esquire's "Best Bars in America") about the best place to celebrate New Year's Eve, the worst place to get punched, and the challenges of drinking all day for your job.

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Aug 10, 2016

Matt and Andrew talk to "Family Guy" writer Chris Regan about the process of writing for an animated show, working with William Shatner, and why you should never try karate as an adult.

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Aug 3, 2016

Matt and Andrew talk to Becky Friedman (head writer of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood) about life as a working mom, her celebrity status among the parents of 2-year-olds, the best music to run to, and the trouble with being a chatty Cathy in a writers' space.

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