Paul Gilmartin is a stand-up comedian who spent over fifteen years co-hosting TBS’ Dinner and a Movie. He has performed his stand-up in clubs around the country and on television shows such as Late Friday, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and his very own Comedy Central Presents. Paul recently started his own podcast: The Mental Illness Happy Hour.
March 1, 2013
After having been a guest on his poignant podcast, The Mental Illness Happy Hour, Elizabeth knew that today’s guest, PAUL GILMARTIN, would be a perfect fit for TLP and she wasn’t disappointed. They talk fantasies, serial killers, homeless children, and why crabs are equivalent to 70’s era bush! Enjoy!
November 23, 2012
Paul Gilmartin of The Mental Illness Happy Hour Podcast stops by to get honest about his recurring dream about Ronna & Beverly. Paul talks about a typical day in his life, how his podcast has reached out to help others around the world, and why sometimes a podcast he recorded might not be released. Also, Ronna and Beverly tell us how their Thanksgiving went.
August 26, 2011
This week on Sklarbro Country we have DUIs, twin drama, a demolition derby, slap shot contests, black light mini golf, and that’s just in the first half hour! Our first guest is Paul Gilmartin who you certainly must know from Dinner and a Movie or from his awesome stand-up and hilarious characters. He talks about adult-league hockey fights and competes with Randy and Jason in a fear-off straight from Mental Illness Happy Hour. We close it up with Michael Samosa, an athletic linguist of sorts who is not only here to educate but to bring us all together as citizens. Go punch a waterfall, and if you live in Philadelphia or Ann Arbor be sure to get your tickets to see The Sklar Brothers before it’s too late.
April 23, 2010
Comedy Bang Bang was a huge event in Los Angeles for years before it became a podcast. Well, this week Scott granted a nation-wide audience to another L.A. comedy hit, The Thrilling Adventure Hour. Enjoy an appearance from Colonel Tick-Tock, and a visit from his modern “urban” counterpart Michael Crappaport. Guest host Paul Gilmartin does a great job of keepin’ up the funny and making everyone wish Dinner and a Movie was less of the movie, more of the hosts.
May 29, 2009
Jimmy Pardo is the host of his own show, Never Not Funny, so one would assume that he’d be a good host of Comedy Bang Bang. Well, one would be right! Except for the boring politicians he had on, the show is absolutely phenomenal. Representative Richard Martin and his wife Jazz slow the pace down a bit, but Paul Stanley from KISS brings his rocking attitude in to bring the energy back. All of this plus music from Garfunkel & Oates, a Half-Assed Sports Report, and Doug Loves Movies.