Jessica Jean Jardine

Jessica is originally from Los Gatos, CA, a name that means “the cats” in Spanish. She performs at the UCB Theatre with her veteran team The Dragons every Saturday and hosts the monthly panel show “Hollyweird 101.” She also co-hosts Kar Dishin’ It, a weekly podcast devoted to the Kardashians. Credits include IFC’s “Comedy Bang Bang” and “The Birthday Boys,” TruTV’s “You Can Do Better,” numerous FunnyOrDie Exclusives, and “Taste Buds Travel,” a travel web series she co-created and co-starred in for Ford. She’s also popped up in national commercials for Samsung, Re/Max, Subway and more. You can find her arts/entertainment writing in Paper Magazine, Playboy, and The Onion’s AV Club. More info at: and contact at

Guest Appearances

July 4, 2021

Comedian and movie star Mike Mitchell (The Doughboys) joins Scott to talk about gun training for his role in the new movie The Tomorrow War, attending the star-studded premiere, and possibly being the next James Bond. Then, Maxwell Keeper aka The Time Keeper returns to share his plan of walking the country to teach people about time. Later, Scott’s old heist partner Cleotis Martholobew drops by to exact revenge on Scott. Plus, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck stops by to talk about the 90’s being back.

October 27, 2019

Welcome to Hollyweird! A show about all things bizarre and weird about tinsel town, hosted by LA writer, Jessica Jean Jardine (Buzzfeed, Paper Magazine, AV Club). Jessica’s first guest is Bryan Safi (Throwing Shade, 9-1-1) they chat about his life in LA and interviewing Cher. Finally, child actor icon and all around amazing guy, Haley Joel Osmet stops by to answer all of Jessica and Bryans burning Hollywood questions. 

October 22, 2019

The Teachers discuss Todd’s new love interest and Sam’s scream therapy session. Later, sex ed teacher Amanda Dink (Jessica Jean Jardine) stops by to give The Teachers some much needed advice. 

This episode is sponsored by Big Beef. 

This episode is brought to you by Lola ( code: TEACHERS).

February 27, 2019

Ali Ghandour, Ryan Rosenberg, Jacob Womack, Joel Jenson, Jessica Jean Jardine, and Ronnie Adrian of The Dragons join Matt Besser for this week’s improv4humans! They’ll perform scenes about a child giving testimony for a fake illness, the search for an all-purpose hat, and a musician who wants people to experience his music with all of their senses. Plus, a musical Confrontation Corner inspires a scene about begging for prayers, and company higher ups struggle to fire an employee.

This episode is sponsored by The Harold Ramis Film School ( or call 312-883-1241) and Dropout ( code: IMPROV).

October 21, 2018

Things aren’t looking too good for the teachers. Mr. Levi’s questions his relationship with El Chapo, Mr. Weatherman’s “Big Nightmare” is only getting bigger, Mr. Cravy had a mishap with a performance enhancing drug, and Mr. Padre’s got a gun. They’re joined by the richest person in town, Lana Suds, to discuss how to stay grounded when you’ve got everything you could ever want.

May 31, 2017

24 year old conservative commentator Tomi Lahren (Jessica Jardine) tells Mark & Pete about being a voice for 24 year olds, the pain of losing her platform, and why she’s definitely friends with Ivanka. Plus: Pete hates The Three Stooges.