September 25, 2015
Ronna & Beverly return to the UCB theater in Los Angeles with their special guests Danny Pudi of Community and Paul F. Tompkins of Spontaneanation! Tune in to hear about the Polish plays Danny starred in as a child, Paul’s thoughts on Donald Trump, and what the ladies did for Yom Kippur this year.
June 15, 2017
Ronna and Beverly once again grace the stage at The Bell House in Brooklyn with fabulous guests Jill Kargman (Odd Mom Out) and Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham). The girls journey down the rabbit hole of Engineer Sam’s tattoos before chatting with Jill about her custom fashions, trashy novels, and Necker Island. Then Robin Lord Taylor makes his return to the show, bringing with him tasty delicacies and recollections of summer stage productions gone by.
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June 2, 2017
Ronna & Beverly come at you LIVE from The Bell House in New York to get in deep with comedians Chris Gethard and Rachel Dratch! First, we hear about the girls’ sojourn through the nation’s capital, and then they talk to Chris about his parentage of a goat in college and the most surprising calls he’s received on his podcast Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People. Later, they find out from Rachel who the biggest schmuck was at the SNL 40th Anniversary party followed by a debate over the most convenient way to raise a tiny Jew.
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May 19, 2017
Former intelligence officer Ned Price joins Ronna and Beverly in Washington “Da Capital” to help them get ahead of the news! The girls talk to Ned about his racehorse namesake, how he decided to quit the CIA, and the threat of elderly terrorists. Plus, Ned shares his new life prospects, and Ronna and Bev take audience questions from recovering Catholics and rhino caretakers.
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