Dana Gould wrote for The Simpsons for seven golden years. He’s one of the few stand-up comics to have had such a long tenure, but anyone who has seen his comedy can understand why. If you haven’t had the pleasure of seeing Dana perform live, you can approximate the experience with Let Me Put My Thoughts in You, his debut DVD. He is also featured in I Am Comic, The Aristocrats, and Comedians of Comedy: Live at the Troubadour.
Dana Gould is one of comedy's "that guys." His footprint is everywhere -- from writing on top-line hits like The Simpsons to cult-status titles The Ben Stiller Show -- and there's a chance you've never heard of him. If you're like Dana…Listen
Traveling troubadour of comedy Dana Gould returns to join Leonard to talk about one of his favorite spooky comedies, Don Knotts in The Ghost and Mr. Chicken, and a much more serious chiller, Val Lewton’s 1943 horror classic I Walked with a…Listen
Dana Gould, comedian/Simpsons writer/die-hard movie buff joins Leonard and Baron to talk about what lead to his love of horror films, the incredibly wide range of references on The Simpsons that you would either get or not get, and one of his…Listen
Join guest host Dana Gould as he chats with Kelly Carlin (The Green Room with Paul Provenza) about all you ever wanted to know about comedy writing. Kelly discusses the importance of “list humor,” growing up surrounded by the business of show,…Listen
Dana Gould: Standup comedian, writer, and commentator for the Lucha VaVOOM wrestling promotion, he's appeared on Conan, Letterman, wrote on The Simpsons for a number of years, and has been working for the past few decades. This is an episode you won't…Listen
Henderson Nation, we have some advice for you: Don't do crack, drink chocolate milk, and listen to Sklarbro Country. That's all we got...oh wait, no it isn't! We "got" a great episode with Dana Gould and Jesse "The Body" Ventura! Dana explains…Listen
In the first Doug Loves Movies/Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast cross-over event, Scott brings on his friends Doug Benson, Dana Gould, Paul F. Tompkins, Michael Ian Black, and of course the theme-song composer Reggie Watts. The show gets its first ever appearance…Listen