On what might be the best episode of the year J-L discusses Sunday's Richard Marx concert, his pilot script that Covid killed and the struggles associated with autism amidst Covid. He then perfects his Sherrod Brown impression, dusts off his Greg Giraldo impression, worries if stand up comedy is becoming the Jazz of the comedy world and then discusses his bi-racial background amidst the new slate of white actors giving up voiceover roles. A strong episode - subscribe, 5 star and share!
J-L begins the episode talking comedy and Trump, but spends the bulk of the episode discussing his brief career as a prosecutor out of law school and the murder of George Floyd and how the law enforcement system needs systemic change on the same level that is required for climate change
Today's episode features real life friend and long time friend of the show, comedian/actor Chris Lamberth. Chris talks about his new album FAILED RUNNING BACK, his delayed Broadway debut and (of course) The Last of Us 2. Before that J-L discusses two frustrating things that show that money and fame are only going to make him an angrier version of himself! Enjoy (and apologies for the technical difficulties - show should be back to perfect next week)
J-L starts by discussing the potential to have the biggest 2 weeks of his comedy career up until this point and then discusses the "fans" who have been angered by his anti-Trump tweets.
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