April Richardson

April is a stand-up comedian hailing from Atlanta, Georgia. You may know April from her regular stints on the Chelsea Lately roundtable, or from her hilarious Twitter account @Apey.

Guest Appearances

October 31, 2018

Going abroad with April Richardson.

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August 14, 2018

Lapkus & Gabrus are live from LA’s Saved By The Max restaurant, and they’re joined by Saved By The Bell superfan April Richardson (Go Bayside)! They talk about why SBTB was perfect for young comedy nerds, the weirdness of high school students starting a spaghetti sauce business, and how Zack misused his magic powers. Plus: founder Derek Barry stops by to explain how he got the idea for Saved By The Max, and a Very Special SBTB scene!

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May 15, 2018

Comedian April Richardson joins Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss R.E.M.’s ninth studio album Monster. They’ll talk about when April first heard the band, meeting Mike Mills by going to his house, and her Top 10 R.E.M. songs. Plus, Scott and Scott talk about their Rocky Horror Picture Show phases, Rivers Cuomo’s R.E.M. cover, and U2 & R.E.M. teaming up to play “One.”

This episode is brought to you by Leesa (www.leesa.com/REM) and Hello Fresh (www.hellofresh.com/rem30).

June 13, 2017

April Richardson joins Jensen and Matty for the 300th episode of Get Up On This! They talk about Morrissey’s recent rant, “Not Enough” ft. THEY. by Lido, The Long Blondes, Huck, how we were late on Fargo season 3, and many more things you should know about.

January 2, 2017

Name the year: a new Star War is killing it at the box office, Russia and the US are having a staring contest and a madman driven by the power of celebrity is elected President. Yes, it’s looking very much like we’re living in the year 1980 right now and we want it to stop. I mean, if this is 1980, that means we’re only three years away from more Ewoks. Although what is a Minion but yellow Ewok?

But in all seriousness, the world has taken a turn for the conservative as it did in the early 80s. Free love and long hair were gone and replaced by shoulder pads, cocaine and rich white kids who thought the stock market was dope. So is there anything redeemable about this situation other than the prospect of getting some cool movies and punk music?

Jack O’Brien and Daniel O’Brien are joined by comedian, podcast host and ‘Saved by the Bell’ historian April Richardson for a conversation about how 80s pop-culture perfectly represented those regressive times and how some of the patterns we saw then are starting to appear now in our modern pop-culture. They also talk about ‘Saved by the Bell’ a lot. Like, a whole bunch.

Our next live podcast is on Saturday, January 14th at 7pm at the UCB Sunset Theatre in Los Angeles. Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark from ‘My Favorite Murder’ are back for another hour of creepy unsolved murders and even creepier solved ones. Tickets are $7 and on sale  here: https://goo.gl/5eew6F


April Richardson: https://goo.gl/uPOCwn

Go Bayside! Podcast: https://goo.gl/FuWvyL

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Article: Cracked: 6 Ways You Didn’t Realize Ronald Reagan Ruined the Country: https://goo.gl/55AJy2

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This episode is brought to you by Lifeafter podcast, Squarespace (www.squarespace.com code: CRACKED), and Harry’s.

March 23, 2016

​Director Lance Bangs and comedian Clare O’Kane join Howard and guest co-host April Richardson on Who Charted. During the Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, Howard and Lance discuss trying to solve the case of Howard’s stolen car. The top 5 prime broadcast shows inspire a conversation about Mickey Rooney’s weird path to becoming an animal rights activist. During Two Charted, Howard and April talk about traveling, Star Wars and the word “lovers.”