Mike Castle

Mike Castle grew up in Chicago and started doing comedy at Second City when he was a teenager before branching out to iO and UCB. He is always asking people to read his scripts. He is mostly harmless.

Guest Appearances

April 5, 2020

Emmy-award winning writer, director, and producer Alan Yang (Parks and Recreation, Master of None, Forever) joins Scott and his nephew Todd to talk about his Netflix directorial debut Tigertail being the opposite of Tiger King, working with a Mandarin translator on the film, and shares a Harris Wittels story from his time at Parks and Rec. Plus, salesman Gigantic Dan drops by to talk about selling self-made doors door-to-door.

June 23, 2017

Welcome back to Dreams, What Do They Means? with host and dream expert Ian Neeson. World renowned dream psychologist Randy joins the show this week to offer insightful analysis, but not before we hear the Dream That Should Not Be Talked About. Then, the two take turns pressing the button of the Random Dream Voicemail and deal with Randy’s developing dream-entia. Lastly, Traci Reardon shows up to answer dream-related questions and solve a tough riddle.


This episode is sponsored by Audible (www.audible.com/binge) and ModClotch (www.modcloth.com/LAPKUS).

June 17, 2016

Welcome back to Can You Believe It? with your hosts Colleen and Margaret (Mike Castle and Joey Greer)! It’s the show where you will find all the gossip in the small town of Alpharetta, Georgia. This week they are joined by their number one guest and word traveler Jnny Crg. They get into how Jnny lost her job as a spokesperson for a weight loss company, the town’s gossip during the popular segment “Are You Sure?”, and nominate a town witch during “Who’s the Witch?”. Plus, Traci Reardon arrives to answer all Twitter questions about small town gossip in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”

This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron.

June 26, 2015

Rory (Mike Castle) has been sober for a while now and he couldn’t have done it without his friend and spirit animal Skip Rollins. Rory and Skip share their thoughts on current news during “Hey, What the Heck?”, discuss Monica Lewinksy & Bill Clinton during “How A little Bit of Violence Would Have Solved X,” and have a healing moment as they talk through what makes them self conscious during “A Little Bit of Lovin’”. Plus, Traci Reardon arrives to offer advice on marshmallows, t-shirts, and more to her Twitter followers in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”