Alana Johnston is everyone’s everything and the most famous. In addition, Alana is also an improvisor, sketch performer and writer. Alana is also a self proclaimed pop star and released her album “The Self Esteem Party” in 2011, which is a collection of short comedic songs that enhance one’s self esteem. She is really excited for the release of her new album, “Alana Unplugged” which is a collection of short comedic songs that are the most rude. She is thrilled to be co hosting the weekly sketch show Not Too Shabby with Holly Prazoff every Thursday in The Inner Sanctum (UCBsunset) and the monthly solo variety show Look At Me with Alison Rich the third Wednesday of the month at UCBsunset! She is also a proud member of ALL IN maude team.
November 11, 2018
Comedian extraordinaire and friend of the show, Adam Cayton-Holland joins Scott to chat about his new memoir “Tragedy Plus Time,” getting notes on the book from his family, and describes the process of recording the audiobook. Then, social activist Diane Templeton stops by to talk about her Women’s Empowerment Group. Plus, cameraman Jack Furz arrives to talk about trying to track down the vigilante known as Nite Wolf.
November 16, 2017
CBB OG Rob Huebel joins Scott to talk about his new YouTube Red show “Do You Want To See A Dead Body?”, his idea for an all whispering podcast, and to play a bit of his rap single “Dead Body Rap.” Then, British comedian Joe Squib stops by from London to promote his podcast “Don’t Pet the Pony and Here’s a Question” and his new book “Malice In Wonderwhat.” Plus, Chandeline Jean, a single mother with no kids stops by to talk about why motherhood is a state of mind.
June 28, 2017
Mark and Pete break down the Senate’s new health care bill with help from the bill’s authors, Tina and Tanya (Holly Prazoff and Alana Johnston). Learn why being a woman is now a pre-existing condition, and why asthma sufferers just have “a bad attitude.” Plus: Pete is helpless to stop another segment about Star Wars.
May 22, 2017
Stand-up comedian Al Madrigal joins Scott to talk about ventriloquists, his new comedy special on Showtime “Shrimpin’ Ain’t Easy,” the Showtime series “I’m Dying Up Here” based on the bestselling book of the same name, and his time on The Daily Show. Then, three local kids Cam Paxton, Brian Credit, and Billy Neville stop by the show to tell us about their recent experience getting kidnapped. Plus, everyone plays a game of Would You Rather!
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January 22, 2016
Welcome back to Shut Up and Pants With Me! with your hosts Linda and Carol (Alana Johnston, Holly Prazoff)! It’s the podcast solely dedicated to the wonderful world of pants. This week they are joined by Yolanda, only the hottest Ponte Pants designer to answer burning questions. Why Ponte? Are shorts pants? Who wins in a battle against Gauchos vs. Culottes? Plus, Traci Reardon stops by to help her Twitter followers with advice on how to stay popular without going out and more in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”