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Episode 19

You Made It Weird

Chris D'Elia

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You Made It Weird #19: Chris D’Elia

Pete sits down with his goofy goof friend Chris D’Elia (Whitney, comedy) to talk about how comedy can be silly, goofy and a third word that means silly or goofy, as well as some real deep shit about psychology and crazy comedy thoughts for real. It’s VERY crispy in there, weirdos. Be careful.

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11 comments

  • Great get. I’ve become such a fan of Chris’s that if I don’t see his name on the lineup at the Comedy Store, I don’t bother going in. His riffs that are at least as funny as his written stuff, and every audience I’ve seen of his has loved being “pulled.”
    The murder fantasy/infomercial/sober stuff was very surprising to learn. I bet there was more to that if Pete had asked about his family.
    Btw, Chris’s repeated phrase that Pete couldn’t remember is “we made iiitttt!”

  • The laid back and relaxed feeling is great and the honesty in the discussion is incredible. I look forward to learning new things about Pete each episode as much as I do the guests.

  • Great to hear Chris not in stand-up or Ten Minute Pod persona. I always seem to magically forget that a screen or stage presence is just a manufactured act to have a desired effect, so it’s sometimes refreshing to hear that they’re actually very different – in this case much more humble, shy, reserved than I thought; which I respect.
    Plus it’s touchg to hear him talk about his friend Bryan Callen, cos if you listened to Ten Minute Pod and were a gullible like me, you might think there was some genuine dislike there. I guess they’re just very good actors.
    So all in all really Interesting interview – thanks. I love your style of interviewing Pete – your fantastic laugh and joviality conceal a lot of knowledge and wisdom.

  • Good episode. I actually didn’t know Chris was a stand-up comedian; thought he was just a really funny actor since Whitney was my first exposure to him. I need to track down his White Man Black Comic set now.