This week’s episode comes to you from our first touring show at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles with a long list of Wits friends. Keegan-Michael Key performs a one-star Amazon review of Dixon Ticonderoga #2 pencils, actress Ellie Kemper learns Spanish from a Tom Waits cassette, comedian Patton Oswalt becomes a ghost from Pac-Man, and comedian Paul F. Tompkins joins the musical team of Aimee Mann and Ted Leo for some improv songs in our Wits Game Show.
ON THE RADIO AND PODCAST THIS WEEK!
Rhett Miller and Paul F. Tompkins vie for victory in the Wits game show when host John Moe opens the final decision up to audience choice.
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Here is some MORE video footage I took with a telephone during the recording of the inaugural episode of The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project!
The Journeymen: If Lovin’ You Is Black
Here is some video footage I took with a telephone during the recording of the inaugural episode of The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project!
The Journeymen: Why Am I Still Here
John Moe: Paul F. Tompkins, can you please strut around the stage with a lot of pride?
Paul F. Tompkins: Oh, absolutely.
(from Paul F. Tompkins and Rhett Miller - 'Fake Hooray for Fake Hollywood')
I was pleased as a pigfoot to appear as a character on the very first episode of The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project. Absolutely two of the most enjoyable hours I have ever spent doing anything. Andy Daly is nothing short of a master character comedian, and working with him was pure delight. Also along for this insane ride are the brilliant Betsy Sodaro, Sean Conroy and Superego (Matt Gourley, Jeremy Carter and Mark McConville, with James Bladon) as The Journeymen.
Hey! I’m talking to YOU, a bunch of horses! Please tell human beings about these interviews I did with USA Today and Nerdist! We all talk a lot about Speakeasy With Paul F. Tompkins and a little about other stuff!
Upcoming Speakeasy guests include Scott Aukerman, Thomas Lennon and Gillian Jacobs, and we’re shooting more this month!
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SPEAKEASY WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS: ERIC ANDRE
The titular star of The Eric Andre Show and I could not have more different approaches to comedy, which made this interview particularly interesting for me, which I hope in turn makes things more interesting for you, dear viewer. I had a great time talking with Eric about things I would never do in a million years.
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