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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, 2018
Aug 29, 2018

From the vault, Matt and Andrew talk to actor, Michael Torpey (Orange is the New Black, Veep) about Julia Louis-Dreyfus' rare genius, working with Michael Jordan's Hitler mustache, the benefits of overnight oats, making the new season of OITNB, and why you should wake up and say YES!

Aug 22, 2018

Matt and Andrew talk to Jake Plunkett (Producer/Segment Director, Late Show with Stephen Colbert) about growing up in New Jersey (and not Staten Island), the time Regis Philbin tried to have him removed from a wrap party, producing Triumph the Insult Comic Dog on the Republican and Democratic National Convention floors, and how his mom, Bootsie became the Late Show's break out political correspondent. 

Aug 15, 2018

Matt and Andrew talk to comedian Dan Black (host of The Comedians of Wrestling podcast) about how Wrestlemania is the Rosh Hashanah of the wrestling calendar, playing one-on-one against Karl Anthony Towns and the art of making phantom plans.

Aug 8, 2018

From the vault, Matt and Andrew talk to Amber Ruffin about the nomadic life of an improviser, where to get a great Philly cheesesteak in Chicago, and just "driving down."

Aug 1, 2018

Matt and Andrew talk to Josh Comers (stand-up comedian and writer for Conan, the Tonight Show and 6 Comedy Central roasts) about working with Dennis Rodman on the Bruce Willis roast, how Twitter has changed in the age of Trump, what happens when a roaster goes off script, and who his dream roastee is.

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