Alison Rich

Alison Rich is a writer, actor, and comedian known for starring in FOX’s Party Over Here and writing for Saturday Night Live.

Guest Appearances

April 7, 2019

Actor Griffin Newman joins Scott once again to recap the pilot of Amazon’s The Tick. Then, Mr. Met returns to address some allegations. Plus, legitimate witch Mathilda Primble stops by talk about the proper way to be a witch.

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May 13, 2018

Old friend and colleague Reggie Watts and fellow musician John Tejada join Scott to play songs off the new album Casual High Technology from their project Wajatta. Then, former sports fan Ming drops by to discuss the ins and outs of cult life. Later, upstairs neighbor Margarite Shoes comes down to report an emergency.

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April 16, 2018

Alison Rich (The Goldbergs, Party Over Here) joins Jess and Zach for an arctic musical filled with penguin eggs, fish gifting, narwhals and more! With songs like “Fishkabob”, “When In Doubt Float” and “Will I Be A Gewd Dahd?”, you’ll be tingling for more of these tunes.

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January 15, 2018

Author Dorothy Charlessss joins Scott to talk about her handwritten book “Help Yourself” and the passing of her husband. Then, whistleblower Leo Williams stops by to expose the secret society known as The Order of the Owl. Later, 20 something Will Crowe stops by from Alaska to talk about how hard it is to date in Los Angeles.

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August 14, 2017

Comedy superstar Andy Richter returns this week to talk about co-hosting Conan and to help fix everything about Comic-Con. Then, Denmark native Tina Danish arrives to map out her plan to achieve a Guinness World Record, and educator Patricia Primm makes a scheduled appearance to give etiquette tips and to perform some observational humor.


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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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