Fortune Feimster has been seen on Last Comic Standing. Fortune Feimster is a writer and performer on Chelsea Lately. Fortune Feimster sounds like the name of a rap group. All of those things are true, although only two of them really deserve to be in a bio.
December 14, 2022
This week, Leslie plans Lenny’s Shiva just in case he passes away from a surgery. Great news… he is fully recovered. Also, special guest Fortune Feimster joins the show to discuss her start in comedy, her latest Netflix comedy special and how she got her wife. Plus, find out why Kyrie Irving, again, is one of the fckries of the week.
January 10, 2022
What’s poppin’ con-gregation? This week, Fortune Feimster joins us to discuss Laura Albert, an author who published a book under the pseudonym JT LeRoy. It wasn’t discovered until years later that JT never really existed. Plus a 63-year-old Mississippi man is accused of being involved in a footbath scheme resulting in over $10 million in fake claims. Stay Schemin’!
CW: There is mention of sexual assault, abuse and suicide in this episode.
Research By Kaelyn Brandt.
March 14, 2021
Professional comedian Fortune Feimster (Yes Day, The Netflix Afterparty) joins Scott to talk about her role as sportscaster Pam on Kenan, what’s the fastest she can talk, and her wild dinner with Kristen Wiig while filming Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. Then, broadcaster and NBA legend Bill Walton returns to hype everyone up about March Madness. Plus, Jacquis Robinson stops by to share the truth about his famous brother/baseball player Jackie Robinson.
November 10, 2019
Comic Fortune Feimster sits down with Cameron to discuss starting in improv at The Groundlings, learning how to date in her late twenties, and life with her fiancée.
January 19, 2018
Sweet superstar Fortune Feimster (The Mindy Project, Champions), joins Dave and Matt this week to talk all about her recent engagement, going to “gay grad school”, and rubbing arms with straight girls. Plus, Dave gushes about HQ trivia, Matt breaks down “Riverdale”, and everyone learns about putting their phones “on discreet”.
This episode is sponsored by Tripping.com and Sony Pictures Classics’ Call Me By Your Name.