Jon Glaser is a comedy writer, performer and legend behind classic shows like Late Nite With Conan O’brien; The Dana Carvey show and so much more but more recently he stars in his own masterpiece during Adult Swim called “Delocated.” Jon also created the cult classic viral web series “Tiny Hands”.
October 10, 2019
The hilarious Jon Glaser (Jon Glaser Loves Gear, Hustlers, Delocated) was a writer on Late Night with Conan O’Brien for 5 years. Jon joins Conan writers Mike and Jessie to talk about the Bill Clinton puppet, Segue Sam, the origins of Delocated, eating a sandwich in a scene with Jennifer Lopez in the movie Hustlers, and more.
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December 19, 2018
In the beginning, Matty B created improv4humans. Then Matty B said, “Let there be a compilation of the greatest biblical improv scenes ever performed on this show”, and there was a compilation of biblical scenes. And Matty B saw the compilation, and called it the Best of The Bible, and he saw that it was good. And improv4humans continued to remain the greatest podcast in the universe, forever and ever, amen.
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May 12, 2016
41 — LIVE from The Bell House NYC w/ Eugene Mirman, Cole Escola, Amy Sedaris, Jodi Lennon, Jon Glaser, Ted Leo
lt’s a star-studded extravaganza as Eugene Mirman, Cole Escola, Amy Sedaris, Jodi Lennon, Jon Glaser, and Ted Leo join Sarah & Susan for a special LIVE Crybabies recorded at The Bell House in New York City! Our guests share their favorite tearjerkers: The Mountain Goats, Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand, The Elephant Man, John Malkovich, Brokeback Mountain, Mask, “Cavatina” from The Deer Hunter, along with special character performances by Cole Escola and Jon Glaser, and a moving musical finale by Ted Leo. This is Crybabies at its weepy best.
September 5, 2013
Jake compiles his favorite moments from the first year of the show on this week’s Best Of edition of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Fantastic moments like Megan Amram’s Rosie O’Donnell story, Jen Kirkman’s breakdown of Royce & Marilyn, Cheech & Chong explaining the origin of “Dave’s Not Here”, an appearance from a certain squirrel and many, many more are highlighted. Head on over to youtube.com/TheFogelnestFiles to watch all the clips from this week’s episode.
March 1, 2013
You don’t have to believe in ancient gravity to love this episode of Sklarbro Country! Randy & Jason talk about a twitter feud between intellectual equals Jose Canseco and Bill Nye and then they discuss an entire Irish hockey team that walked away from their owner in the name of good. Jon Glaser comes back to the calming shores and talks about the Red Wings, his great turn on “Girls”, and his feelings about the end of his series, “Delocated”. Plus, we get quick hits and Dick Vitale calls in with his own version of March Madness. Enjoy!
February 28, 2013
Jake’s longtime friend Jon Glaser stops by to be blown away by the garage rock band The Monks, take a look at some great rock covers, and more on this week’s edition of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Jon tells us about the origin of his book My Dead Dad Was in ZZ Top, the various Quadrophenia references scattered in Delocated, and why he turned down the offer to direct the big screen adaptation of Jersey Boys. Jake & Jon watch some amazing clips that include; David Bowie on Soul Train, the Chris Holmes pool interview from The Decline of Western Civilization Part II, and late period Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Make sure to go leave reviews for The Monk’s “Black Monk Time” in “The Fogelnest Files” section on iTunes. If you’re in Los Angeles on the day this drops, come to the LIVE taping of a special Burning Love episode of THE FOGELNEST FILES with Nick Kroll and June Diane Raphael at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre! Get tickets at www.ucbtheatre.com