J-L promises new fans that this is not a normal episode. When your career goes from life support to fire in 3 days, after 16 years of up and down it is overwhelming. He thanks the new fans for what they have given him and the old fans for keeping his career alive to even have a big moment.
J-L recaps all he has been watching on Netflix and Hulu, discusses his friends at the Rob and Joe Show and how they represent the two sides of his comedy personality and then goes on a long discussion of how the rich and famous in comedy need to do more for opening acts. J-L even forgot to criticize Trump on this episode! Listen until the end!
In what can only be described as one of the best episodes of all time J-L describes his burgeoning gambling career in New Jersey, recommends a powerful and concise book on voter suppression, makes the case for Bernie over Trump (if it comes to that) and ends with a tremendous rant on the fake "did it myself/no one believes in me" movement among successful stand up comedians.
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J-L recaps the Oscars and reviews two musicals he has seen, rips New Jersey Transit again and then breaks down the Democratic Primary race. Enjoy.
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The shocking death of Kobe Bryant occurred after the episode was recorded, but J-L addresses it off the top.
For this episode J-L takes everyone on a journey through the economics and changing art of stand up comedy before discussing SNL and the Impeachment trial of Donald Trump. This is an all time great episode.