D’Arcy Carden is an actress/writer/improviser. She has appeared on Comedy Central, Animal Planet and ESPN and can be seen in the movie The To-Do List. She performs every week with the improv group Search History at UCB-Franklin in Los Angeles.
April 5, 2020
Actress D’Arcy Carden feels hopeful about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.
D’Arcy and Conan sit down to talk about bringing Janet to life on The Good Place, meeting her comedic heroes, babysitting for Bill Hader, and being rewarded for working hard and not asking too much. Later, Conan takes a look at an old college photo with his team.
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March 8, 2020
Scott and intern Gino Lambardo talk about Gino’s computer class before welcoming lobbyists Chris and Chris Starbo who stop by to announce their campaign for Fall Olympics. Plus, NBA announcer Bill Walton drops by to offer his one of a kind color commentary on podcasts!
September 24, 2019
The Teachers discuss Howard’s El Pollo Loco, share some updates on their first week back at Hamilton and heckle a ribbon cutting ceremony. Then, the guys interview their first famous person on the show — D’Arcy Carden. D’Arcy talks about going to high school in the Bay Area, almost plays Fake First, Fake Last and does a table read of Todd’s play.
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September 22, 2019
D’Arcy Carden of The Good Place joins Scott to talk about the fourth and final season of The Good Place, You’ve Got Mail, and the Janet costume. Then, the mayor of Burbank Phil Wiggins stops by to spread the word of all things Burbank. Plus, wiping expert Robert Whistler drops by to discuss various wiping techniques.
July 23, 2019
Actor/comedian Connor Ratliff (The Chris Gethard Show, UCB, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) embarks upon a quest to solve a very stupid mystery that has haunted him for two decades: why Tom Hanks fired him from a small role in the 2001 HBO mini-series, Band Of Brothers.
While investigating his own story, Connor talks with D’arcy Carden (The Good Place) about the nature of show biz success and failure, and asks the always eloquent Zach Woods (Silicon Valley) to gaze into his eyes.