We record while in Mariposa, CA surrounded by either a baby or coyotes. The newest Bachelor episode is rather boring, most evident when we want to talk to my mom about ANYTHING other than the show. I also announce that the McDonald’s integration is the grossest moment in Bachelor history, while Melissa reveals she got mono the first time she kissed someone.
I was just announced as the director of the Toronto Film Fest’s Live Read of Space Jam, reprising my role from my turn with Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan two years ago. The read is THIS Saturday at 1 PM in conjunction with NBA All-Star Weekend. You can learn more, and buy tickets, by CLICKING HERE.
We’re joined by writer Lauryn Kahn for the newest Get Up On This, and we talk about Matty’s wedding, Friday Night Tykes, Happy Valley, and sensory deprivation tanks.
We visit AfterBuzz TV to join their Bachelor recap show and ask former Bachelor contest Brooks Forester WAY TOO MANY questions about novelist Chris Harrison on the newest Most Dramatic Podcast in Bachelor History.
I welcome guest Milana Vayntrub and co-host Andrew Ungvari to the podcast to talk about Milana’s incredible #CantDoNothing movement and my new Coming to America jacket.
Just in time for Valentines Day, we’ve put out this special pin, “Be Mine, 69,” pin for only $8 at PattiLapel.com. Let someone know you love them in a very special way.
And we’ve restocked our previously sold out King Jaffe pin, now with the extinct white tiger of Zamunda. Go to PattiLapel.com to pick it up.
We celebrate the usage of a hot air balloon and warn listeners about the dangers of hang gliding on this week’s recap of The Bachelor and The Most Dramatic Podcast in Bachelor History. Also, my mom tries to get political.
To commemorate Super Bowl 50 and the premiere of Key & Peele in 2012, we’ve released these Key & Peele inspired pins over at PattiLapel.com. Available at $10 each, or $18 for the pair, pick one up and bring it to the party with that 7-layer dip.
Tonight is the first installment of Attitude Error, my newest show at UCB (Sunset), where I will sit down with funny friends and watch ridiculous ’90s wrestling. I’ll be joined by Sean O’Connor, Jermaine Fowler and Dan St. Germain – and we’re going to get very spooky. You do not have to know anything about wrestling to find this funny. Actually, it may be funnier if you’ve never actually watched wrestling. Because it’s insane and should be foreign to everyone.
You can buy tickets for tonight’s 9 PM show here – https://sunset.ucbtheatre.com/performance/43771#reservation