This week Jonny Benson is back and Cezar Ostrowski joins us and we stroll down CT comedy memory lane. Super fun episode.
Comedians Jonny Benson and Kendra Dawsey join us. We talk a lot of comedy. Really fun conversations. Give it a listen.
Comedian Giancarlo Biondino joins us. We discuss open mics, guns, Trump, drugs, mayonnaise and more.
Recorded at the Tetra Hydro club in S. Kingston R.I. Comedian Brian Beaudoin was our guest. We talked “making it”, played a clip from Pat’s album, hanging around young comics and comedian Doug Guertin joins us at the end of the show and breaks down a conspiracy theory about a 90’s rap song. Really fun episode.
No guests this week. We got into mindsets, Pat’s new diet and why he is dieting as well as Pat’s opinion on comedy communities and more.
Comedians Frank Murgalo & Brii Hiltz joined us. Brii brought her collection of snakes and scorpions. Pat went from sad to frightened. Pat also met some interesting people while performing at Mohegan Sun last weekend. It’s a very fun episode.
Comedian Frankie Hill was this week’s guest. They talked about Pat’s album recording, Chris Rock’s special, Craig Mack, Deliverance, DJ stuff and so much more.
This week we are joined by comedians Josh Levinson and Ricci Hector. Comedian Chris Cyr was in the room but not on mic. But having those 3 in one room made for one of the most fun shows Brandon and Pat have ever recorded. We talk a lot of shit. And it’s hilarious.
This week Pat debunks all of mankind & our existence then explains how humans are the worst animal ever. Nice light episode.
This week Pat bust’s a myth that has plagued women for decades, talks about his issue with Netflix pulling episodes of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Pat’s awkwardness, why butt preferences are ridiculous and much much more.
Happy new year! First episode of 2018. Pat talks about what people notice about him when they first meet him and what he thinks they should be noticing instead. Pat gives us a driver's license update and while doing so goes into his past dating life and decisions he's made. Pat every finding love again is discussed as well.
Make sure to come see Pat record a comedy album 2/18 at Sea Tea improv in Hartford. www.seateaimprov.com for tickets.
The guys were supposed to be joined by comedian Brian Plumb. But Brian had to cancel and got Pat to start on an emotional rant and intervention of Brian. It's starts as a ball busting roast but ends in a heartfelt talk. Pat also talks about his gig in New Hampshire and Brandon says a funny thing. This one will make you laugh and feel.
Comedian Rafi Gonzalez joins Pat and Brandon today. Pat gives an epic and rare apology then talks with Rafi about his recent trip to Puerto Rico.
This week our guests are the hosts of Reluctantly Here, Kathryn Gironimi and Katie Arroyo. We discuss what women go through at open mics and shows, what makes them uncomfortable and Pat uncomfortable, some classic creeps, interracial couple crowd work and a bunch of great comedy talk. It's a really funny and really insightful episode.
This week Pat talks about the plans for next week's podcast and instead of just quickly highlighting it, Pat goes off on one of his rants that he keeps saying he will cover next week. Then Pat talks about his show in Saratoga Springs, a show he went to watch and how he feels about the current state of CT comedy.
LIVE SHOW 11/16/17 @ Comix Mohegan Sun
This week Pat really explores why he is the way he is. He starts off by realizing he has very few childhood memories. He discusses growing up and his experiences in school by telling some hilariously sad stories of how teachers are terrible people. Brandon and Pat stumble upon some great cultural differences between now and then. It's a real tale of self exploration.
LIVE SHOW 11/16/17 @ Comix Mohegan Sun