I recently sat down with Dan Black for his podcast The Comedians of Wrestling to talk about the upcoming Wrestlemania and my time writing for the WWE (and as always, promote my book).
This week on Get Up On This, we welcome the lovely Erin Mallory Long who talks about her Friends podcast, Dawson’s Creek and living in Los Angeles. We also get you up on the future of restaurants.
We sit down with writer Ben Acker to talk about Thrilling Adventure Hour, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Archie and What’s My Line? We also eat Cadbury Eggs on mic, which seems to make people very mad.
Tim Baltz, of the new Seeso show Bajillion Dollar Properties, visits the show to talk about basketball, producer/rapper Sap, Elfquest and straight brim hats. What’s up, dumbbells?
I’ll be performing in Greg Behrendt’s show Bring The Rock, THIS FRIDAY, March 18th at Largo. The 8:30 show will also feature Bill Burr, Beth Stelling, Moshe Kasher and Electrik Snoflake, a full band that will perform a Hot Karl song. I’ll also be reading a chapter from my book for the first time ever.
We’ve come to the end, friends. Melissa & I sit down to watch The Bachelor finale and discuss his life-changing decision (and by life-changing I mean they’ll date for a year). My mother is also having a weird time in Florida. See you next season, unless we find true meaning in our lives.
At Gallery1988, we just opened Cuyler Smith’s Trading Cards, one of my favorite shows in our 13-year history. Each fictitious athlete trading card is only $15, limited 80 and printed on both sides.
We sit down with comedian and host of this year’s AVN Awards, Kate Quigley, to talk about working at Playboy TV, rapper Bones, Secret Wars and possibly the best game in our show’s history, Relative of Bernie Sanders or a Jewish Name I Just Made Up.
We take on the Women Tell All episode and realize ben may just be the best guy ever. Melissa also desecrates the good name of Regis Philbin and my mom talks for a long time after saying good-bye.
Despite looking like a very hip career guidance counselor, 15 years ago I was one of the top emerging rappers in the world with a million dollar recording / publishing deal at Interscope Records. Now you can find out wtf happened, in my book Kanye West Owes Me $300 (and other true stories from a white rapper who ALMOST made it big). It’s now available everywhere as a paperback, with a full new chapter and two lists added! It’s affordable and flimsy, so go ahead and order it from any of these fine retailers…
From beefing with Tyrese to finding out that Busta Rhymes hates ham to stealing from Sisqo’s house, let my hip-hop failure become your favorite new story!