Boogie Monster Kyle Kinane and Dave Stone talk about ghosts and barbeque and maybe interview people and maybe have had a few drinks before they started recording.
Why it’s worth listening to:
Kyle Kinane is an internationally touring comedian who has appeared on “Drunk History”, “@Midnight,” “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” “Conan,” “Workaholics,” “This Is Not Happening,” “Not Safe with Nikki Glaser” and “Comedy Bang! Bang!” He is featured in Season 2 of Netflix’s “The Standups” released in February 2018. He invented science. He has ESP. He is a recurring character on Netflix’s “Love” created by Judd Apatow. He let someone else write most of this bio. He can swim backwards. He has released three Comedy Central specials “Kyle Kinane: Loose in Chicago”, “I Liked His Old Stuff Better” and “Whiskey Icarus”.
Dave Stone made his television debut on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” in 2013 and in the same year was selected to the prestigious “New Faces” roster of the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Since then, he has been seen on season 8 of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, Viceland’s “Flophouse”, and Travel Channel’s “Cheat Day Chow Down”. He also can be heard voicing several characters on Adult Swim’s “Squidbillies”, co-hosting his new paranormal podcast “The Boogie Monster” with Kyle Kinane, and hosting his weekly alt-country radio show “The Gravy Boat”.
We’ll See You in Hell Comedian Joe DeRosa and writer Patrick Walsh discuss or provide commentary on a different horror/ sci-fi/ fantasy film each week. The guys go off on tangents aplenty, break balls, and test the limits of their friendship while riffing on classics, underrated gems, and plain old crap. Watch along or just listen and laugh — you’ve got options, babe! So without further ado, on with the show and ON… with the Joe!!!
Why it’s worth listening to:
Joe DeRosa is a touring stand-up comedian whose written and performed three Comedy Central specials and five comedy albums. As an actor he’s appeared recurrently on Better Call Saul, Inside Amy Schumer, and guested on several popular television shows. DeRosa made his directing debut with the short film Cheat, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Patrick Walsh is a television writer who has worked on such shows as “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “2 Broke Girls,” and HBO’s “Crashing.” He is currently Showrunner of the Charlie Day-produced Fox comedy “The Cool Kids.” Walsh is a two-time “Drunk History” narrator, and he wrote jokes for the 2017 White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
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• You’re Making it Worse feat. Georgia Hardstark (My Favorite Murder)
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Cheesesteaks in Philly at Podcast Movement, hockey in Montreal at Just for Laughs… where will you be this week? We’ll be at both. Make sure to say hi, or leave us a comment about what you’re looking forward to in this week’s big events.
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Every week, your pen pals Rory Scovel and Daniel Van Kirk respond to the letters you send them on topics ranging from free will to freeway etiquette, from mental health to manatees. Seek advice. Tell a story. Vent. Send a letter. It’s your podcast, we just talk about it.
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• Dumb People Town featuring Corrine Fisher & Krystyna Hutchinson of Guys We Fucked.
• The Soft Spot featuring Karen Kilgariff of My Favorite Murder.
• You’re Making it Worse featuring Lena Dunham.
Andy Kindler and Brandon Johnson are guests on this weeks episode of Harmontown, live from Dynasty Typewriter in Los Angeles and we have pictures to prove it. Oh and the audio, and for 5 bucks a month, the video.