The seventh episode of Baby Talk is available to watch on YouTube! We sit with Natasha Leggero, Moshe Kasher and Adam Pally to talk to a girl who has little to no chill. Adam and her get into a screaming match, which ends with Adam admitting to drug use. This is a real shit show. Enjoy.
It’s episode number 7 of Baby Talk, now on YouTube, as we welcome Britney Furlan, Morgan Murphy and Julian McCullough to chill with a child comedian who has very little chill. His stand-up is political and he may have sided with the dentist who killed that lion.
The sixth episode of Baby Talk is now released on the internet! Thomas Middleditch, Jamar Neighbors and Nick Thune sit down with a child and get to the bottom of what being weird is like. Jamar may or may not have admitted to rolling a blunt on a baby’s back.
The fifth episode of Baby Talk is now viewable on YouTube! We’re joined by guests Bo Burnham, Jenny Johnson and Justin Willman. And a surprise cameo from an actor who once told us how much the human head weighs.
The fourth episode of Baby Talk is now online as we welcome guests Jack McBrayer, Timothy DeLaGhetto & Gareth Reynolds. We convince a child that he met himself in the future and it’s wildly touch.
The third episode of Baby Talk is now online and features guests Julian McCullough, Jermaine Fowler, Steve Greene and a dancing/rapping kid named Papa J. It’s quite an event.
The second episode of Baby Talk is now online and features the comedy styling of How Did This Get Made – Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael & Jason Mantzoukas – sitting with an actual Karate Kid.
I spoke with Joe Berkowitz for Fast Company about how/why I do so many things (spoiler: it’s obsessive thoughts disorder).
My web series with Dan Levy, Baby Talk, is now online with it’s first episode. This debut installment features John Mulaney, Neal Brennan, Blake Griffin and an actual child! Please do watch the show and subscribe to the channel, as we’ll be releasing a new episode each week!
Launching on YouTube November 11th, through our pals at JASH, here’s what happens when we put your favorite comedians with children.