First "official" live show at Kickstand Comedy Space ft. comedians, Hunter Donaldson and Chris Johnson.
Jake's weirdly happy mood. Awkward comments from politicians. Wearing camouflage in the city. Bohemian Rhapsody. Gay James Bond. Questionable Halloween costumes.
Comedian Thomas Lundy (@lundigras) brings his magnificent package and wisdom to the pod to discuss discipline diets, race in local politics, Katt Williams' Portland comedy show, working with people with a checkered past, old racially colored idioms, the cancellation of Apu and the problem with Larry Elder.
Forgetting to hit record. Louie's return. Race and representation in movies. Hocus Pocus. Childhood television. Problems with The Problem With Apu.
Comedian Seth Johnston (@sethbawl) visits the pod to talk about his roots in Eastern Oregon, marriage to a Black woman and the general experience of being a basketball/comedy phenom.
Comedian Pallavi Gunalan (@PallaviGunalan) visits Jake's room while in town for the All Jane Comedy Festival to talk about her impressive academic career, successful Indian families and starting stand-up in Los Angeles.
Friend of the pod, Amanda Kinney (@thefourthkinney), came by to chat about the history of her family, racially tense moments and gun ownership as a Black woman.
International cricket. Inept teachers. The Confederate flag. Redneck rap. White supremacist video games. Eminem’s daughter.
Jake and Neeraj return from their trips back home. The crew discusses racism in sports. Shain talks dealing with the American housing system as a person of color.
Shain vows to take a break from drinking. Jake goes into the different kinds of Jews and an odd antisemitic myth. Neeraj talks about his recent trip to Austin, Texas. The guys try to invent new racial slurs and break down their favorites from a list of new rules for the "woke" White person in 2018.