August 27, 2020

EP. 21 — Neal Brennan

This week comedian, writer, and director Neal Brennan joins Jameela to discuss how Mike Schur set them up as friends, Neal’s struggle with depression, if men or women have it harder when they are single, Serena William’s disproving Neal’s theory around love in one sentence, and his stand-up special 3 Mics on Netflix now. 

Song played at the front of episode: I Know – Khushi 


IWEIGH-021-20200827-NeilBrennan-ACv01-DYN.mp3   JAMEELA JAMIL [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of “I Weigh” with Jameela Jamil. I hope you’re all right. I’m all right. We’re not talking about natural disasters and, and politics anymore because it’s very stressful. And this is not where we go to have that conversation. You come here to escape. I come here to escape and we are going to run away together. I love today’s episode. I’m so excited about the two things I’m bringing you today. First and foremost, my incredibly funny and wonderful and poignant guest, Neal Brennan. He is a great stand-up comedian. He’s also the co creator of “The Chappelle’s Show”, which is arguably one of the most influential and brilliant comedy shows of all time. He made the special that’s on Netflix a couple of years ago called “Three Mics”. And it is this incredible combination of both funny st

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