Matt and Andrew talk to Jon Friedman (writer/producer, Guy Code, Girl Code, The Rejection Show) about his Catskills roots, why he bailed on touring with Matt and Andrew, and the joys of having two bathrooms.
Matt and Andrew talk to Michelle Collins (co-host of The View) about how to score free Pez, what's in Whoopi's mug, and whether it's okay to cancel plans to watch Jeopardy.
Matt and Andrew talk to Mike Lawrence (stand-up and writer for Inside Amy Schumer) about working at LaGuardia Airport, the challenges of waking up before noon, and why podcasts are the new open mikes.
Matt and Andrew talk to Amber Ruffin (NBC's "Late Night," "King of Kong: A Musical Parody") about the nomadic life of an improviser, where to get a great Philly cheesesteak in Chicago, and just "driving down."
Matt and Andrew talk to comedian Damien Lemon (Host of Tru TV's Comedy Knockout, Guy Code) about the secret to parking in New York, his love for the ladies of the View, and his deadline for putting on pants in the morning.
Matt and Andrew talk to Joel Solomon (Writer/Producer for AOL's 2 Point Lead, TRL, and the Late Late Show) about writing comedy for pro athletes like Steph Curry and Reggie Miller, moving to the 'burbs, and trying not to curse in front his daughter.
Matt and Andrew talk to comedian Michelle Buteau (VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live, Fox's Enlisted, Comedy Central's The Half Hour) about helping to run her husband's furniture business, shopping at Ikea, and the pain of putting on a bra to run errands.
Matt and Andrew talk to Adam Lowitt (Executive Producer and Senior Jewish Correspondent, The Daily Show) about producing The Daily Show, going through hair and make-up as a bald man, and trying to get an Uber in Rochester.
Former New York Daily News gossip columnist and co-host of VH1's "The Gossip Table" Marianne Garvey tells Matt and Andrew about not being very busy anymore, hiding in the bushes for a celebrity scoop, and getting the finger from Madonna.
Matt and Andrew talk to writer/comedian Neal Brennan (Chappelle's Show, 3 Mics) about the process of putting on a one-man show, how he wakes up in the morning, free socks, and the very recent and very painful time he blew somebody off.