January 10, 2013
EP. 1 — Larry David
Curb Your Enthusiasm star Larry David admits he never would’ve agreed to this sort of malarky had Garlin not been such a close friend. Luckily for us, the magnetic misanthrope plays nicely with others, participating in audience games and revealing deep convictions without reservation. During this off-the-cuff chat, we learn why Larry 1. would prefer to do crossword puzzles than voluntarily listen to music, 2. feels nervous at a dinner table of 12, and 3. is overly strategic in the gifting of old shirts. And you won’t believe the one mundane thing that Larry has never before done in his life.
February 12, 2015
EP. 34 — Benmont Tench
Guest Benmont Tench
Benmont Tench is a great piano player, composer, producer, and exquisite gentleman. He joins Jeff in the Earwolf studio to talk about honoring Bob Dylan, touring with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, getting transported and offended by music, and his favorite piano players.
January 16, 2015
Bill Burr has an amazing comedic mind and is one of the best stand-ups around. Bill & Jeff chat about performing with Robin Williams, the hilarious YouTube experience, the time Bill had to look up the word gazebo in the dictionary, and witnessing a stripper quite onstage.
December 31, 2014
EP. 32 — Adam Resnick, Bob Odenkirk
Guest Adam Resnick Bob Odenkirk
Adam Resnick is one of the great comedic minds of our time. Adam has written for Late Night with David Letterman as well as co-created Get A Life with Chris Elliot. Adam has had a very interesting life which he has written about in his book Will Not Attend: Lively Stories of Detachment and Isolation. Adam joins Jeff to chat about some of those moments in his book which include why a childhood crush never spoke to him ever again and finding a razor blade in a milk shake from a restaurant that shall not be named. Plus, Bob Odenkirk arrives to read passages from Adam’s laugh out loud book.