Andrew Orvedahl is a comedian based in Denver, Colorado, and honestly? He’s delightful. He and Dave talked drinking and quitting drinking and kids and quitting drinking because of your kids. Also, turns out that if you have kids, you are… more
It’s Terrified’s first (successful) live recording! Straight outta SF Sketchfest, three of Dave’s favorites joined him on stage. Barbara Gray kicked it off, then Karen Kilgariff, and a grand finale from Eddie Pepitone. There was some screaming, some extreme fear,… more
Andrew Polk is a friend of Dave’s and fellow comedian, based in New Orleans. They talked growing up home-schooled, and growing up religious, and a fear of feeling left out. They also discussed a mistake that Dave made that he… more
John F. O’Donnell is a sweet man, and a hilarious man, and a stand-up comic in New York, and a friend of Dave’s. They talked disorders of the mind, and John’s occasional breakdowns, and how they happen, and how he’s… more
Mikal Cronin is a wildly prolific songwriter and musician based in San Francisco, and also just about the sweetest man who ever lived. He and Dave talked about growing up, and working hard, and procrastinating, and a fear of “never… more
Emily Heller is Dave’s guest this week! She’s a great comedian and a great friend and she’s doing great. Dave and Emily get a little confused as to what they’re going to talk about, because of how great Emily is… more
Dave is joined in the studio this week by a great comic, and a great friend of his, Eric Dadourian. Eric is the sweetest. You’ll love it.
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Dave is joined this week fellow comedian Chris Charpentier! Chris is a comic in Denver, and Dave loves him dearly. You should too. They discussed feeling stupid, and feeling uneducated, and feeling separate because you feel stupid and uneducated. Chris… more
From his dining room table in Denver, Colorado, Adam Cayton-Holland joins Dave on the podcast this week. They discuss the weight and the worry of making the big decisions in one’s career, and what the entertainment industry can do to… more
Dave Ross interviews comedians, musicians, and other famous types to find out what they don't like about themselves.
Nerdist is a place where we nerds come together and share the nerdery that we find. It's also my home to various elements of the Nerdist Empire. You might recognize me from TV. You don't realize that's where you know me from, but it is. You think you went to college with me or I look like your cousin's friend, but that is not the case. At one time or another you stumbled upon me on your moving picture box in such cerebral gems as MTV's "Singled Out" and Noam Chomsky's "Shipmates." and so much more...