Dave Theune is an actor/writer/improvisor/comedian living in Los Angeles. He has been on HBO’s Funny or Die, a few of commercials, several Funny or Die and College Humor internet vids. He currently performs at UCB with Bangarang.
April 16, 2023
Intern Gino Lombardo joins Scott to talk about screen testing for a Marvel movie, George Santos, and commercials.
January 29, 2023
Friend of the show Reggie Watts joins Scott to talk about what he’s up to once the Late Late Show is wrapped, attending SatanCon, and his upcoming book about his high school years.
October 23, 2022
Comedian, author, and SNL alum Kevin Nealon joins Scott to talk about his new book “I Exaggerate: My Brushes with Fame,” what parts of his body have been replaced, and tries to have a serious conversation. Then, umpire coach Donald Ump stops by to talk about teaching how to ump. Plus, attorney Robby Delmuda returns to talk about being framed for tax evasion.
June 19, 2022
Prospective buyer Craig Zlist aka Fishy joins Scott to talk about being an independent retailer and his beef money. Then, author Ethel B. Dumphrey drops by to talk about becoming her family’s dog to be closer to her kids. Plus, pharmacist Ernie Schrempf stops by to talk about the discount products over at Schrempf’s Discount Pharmacy Hut.
January 16, 2022
Song parodist Alimony Tony returns to talk to Scott about his exciting new divorce. Then, attorney Robby Delmuda drops by to talk about representing himself in a major trial. Later, Max the Dog stops by in hopes of getting adopted. Plus, Alimony Tony debuts a new parody song!
February 18, 2019
Branch Manager of The Associate Bank of Marina Del Rey Dobby Teacups (Dave Theune of UCB, Future Man) joins Marissa and Listler for a very British WOMP It Up! We’ll find out how the bank makes its money and what crimes led Dobby to cross the pond before the Branch Manager shares the history of his interesting family name. Plus, Dobby rants about streaming services for “What’s Cheesing You?” and offers advice on amending your own bad behavior on “Listler’s Love Lockdown” before making a commitment to going legit during “Spotlight On.”