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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: July, 2018
Jul 25, 2018

Matt and Andrew talk to Michael Levin (writer, NBC's Trial & Error; NYTF Winner Best Writer, Alive in Denver, co-host The Rights to Ricky Sanchez podcast) about the time a bloody Richard Dreyfuss stole his wallet, getting fired by accident, how to navigate NBA Summer League in Vegas, and if the 2001 Iverson Sixers could hang with the 2018 Warriors.

Jul 18, 2018

Matt and Andrew talk to Allison Yarrow (journalist, speaker, and author of 90s Bitch - available on bookshelves and Amazon now) about the bitchification of women in the 90s, the not-so-hidden sexism on Beverly Hills 90210, practicing her signature for book signings, and how we all got it wrong with Lorena Bobbitt.

Jul 11, 2018

Matt and Andrew talk to Phil Rosenthal (creator of Everybody Loves Raymond & star of Somebody Feed Phil) about the secret to Everybody Loves Raymond’s longevity, finding the world’s best Pad Thai on a boat, his legendary movie nights at his house, Anthony Bourdain’s influence on his career, and how to turn your vacation into your vocation.

Jul 4, 2018

From the vault, Matt and Andrew talk to Erin Gloria Ryan (Crooked Media) about her grammar pet peeves, ordering lunch to your desk, and the wonders of the Minnesota State Fair.

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