Eliza Hurwitz is a new comedienne in the New York scene. She is a triplet and also the younger sister of collegehumor's Jake Hurwitz. But more importantly, she's a comic with a unique voice and style. NY comic Naomi Karavani called her "the voice of a generation" in a conversation with me once. That's heavy. But really, I just like people that do things differently.
So we talk about starting in comedy, dating, the word "awkward" and a plethora of other things. Enjoy.
Comedian/Improviser/Writer Morgan Miller sits down with me and we discuss the ongoing war between stand up and improv, the mindsets of extroverts and introverts, New Years delusions and the movie "Frozen" of which Morgan wrote a parody song.
Morgan discusses the struggles of being pulled in two different directions by sketch/improv and stand up. I'm an introvert and Morgan is a definite extrovert. Also I tell a story about me and my sister's childhood and why Frozen almost made me cry.
You can find Morgan's parody song, "I Make Snow" here: https://vimeo.com/84010273
Benel and I commentate on RVD's RAW return match!
Benel and I commentate on NXT's match of the year. Watch the match while listening to us!
Indulge my philosophical side for 5 minutes.
New Jersey comedian Dina Hashem sits down with me and we discuss a plethora of things. We even comment on how weird it feels to be recorded. Dina's one of my favorite people to talk to about things, probably because she majored in philosophy and is just generally cool.
The 2014 Royal Rumble was a well wrestled, and TERRIBLY BOOKED PPV. Josh Alba and Ben Conrad join us for the first several minutes of the podcast.
Benel Germosen and I discuss what direction WWE could even be going in, and the role the internet is playing into these shows.
No one's happy with this booking. This PPV will live in infamy.
Benel comes up with a great fantasy booking for the Divas division, utilizing Page, Emma and Sara Del Rey.
We talk the Road to Wrestlemania, The Shield, Reigns' push and the Daniel Bryan/Wyatt Family situation.