December 12, 2023

EP. 192 — Rick Glassman

Jameela is joined by actor & comedian Rick Glassman (Undateable, As We See It and the Take Your Shoes Off podcast) for a vulnerable & fun conversation about life, comedy and his superpower: honesty. The two discuss his later in life neurodivergent diagnosis, his personal experience with autism and those uncomfortable & awkward moments of life that we should all embrace. You’ll hear stories about masking, BDSM consent, society expectations and social norms upended and plenty more (no pants!) talk.

 

You can find Rick on IG @rickglassman and Youtube: youtube.com/rickglassman

 

The book Rick mentioned: Asperger’s From the Inside Out: A Supportive and Practical Guide for Anyone with Asperger’s Syndrome by Michael John Carley

 

If you have a question for Jameela, email it to iweighpodcast@gmail.com, and we may ask it in a future episode!

 

You can find transcripts from the show on the Earwolf website

 

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Transcript

  Jameela Intro [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil, a podcast against shame. I hope you’re well and I think you’re going to really find today’s chat so interesting. My guest is fascinating and an amazing communicator. And in today’s episode we touched on something that a lot of you have been asking me to touch upon, which is autism and neurodivergence. Now, my guest this week is Rick Glassman, who is an amazing actor, comedian and the podcast host of “Take Your Shoes Off,” which I highly recommend as the weirdest lesson ever. He’s incredibly entertaining, but this episode is so raw and so thoughtful. And what I loved about our conversation, we kind of just jump straight in talking about how his brain works and how he experiences the world via the lens of autism and what he has learned to change about the way that he lives to make himself more comfortable, but what he’s also learning about tr

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