Hey, this pilot created by and starring Maria Bamford and James Urbaniak has been hiding on the internet since 2011! But no pilots in which I guest can hide for very long! I am like the Javert of pilots I am in! - Paul
“MARIA, ME AND A MONSTER”
Maria Bamford and James Urbaniak star in a sitcom pilot written by Maria and James, and directed/edited by David Avallone. Guest-starring Paul F. Tompkins, Rhea Seehorn and Janie Haddad
Starring Paget Brewster, Craig Cackowski, John DiMaggio, John Hodgman, Marc Evan Jackson, Hal Lublin, Autumn Reeser, Annie Savage, Paul F. Tompkins and James Urbaniak
With extra-special guestsJames Adomian (9:30pm), Steve Agee (7pm), Jeremy Carter, Jessica Chaffin (9:30pm), Bill Corbett, Jonathan Coulton, Matt Gourley, Colin Hanks, Toby Huss, Gillian Jacobs, Keegan-Michael Key, Mark McConville, Kevin Murphy, John Roderick, Rider Strong, and Reggie Watts.
Two completely different shows.
I don’t know how you’re not going to go to both of them.
SAN FRANCISCO: SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 3PM. THE EUREKA THEATRE.
SUPEREGO IS COMING FOR YOU.
You heard right (when you heard what I wrote, in your head via reading)!
I will be joining Matt Gourley, Jeremy Carter and Mark McConville, the esteemed gentlemen of the aforementioned acclaimed podcast, as I did last year. And! This time! Other celebrated guests include JOHN HODGMAN, JAMES URBANIAK and COLIN HANKS.
Lucky for you, tickets are only almost gone. But hurry— tickets are almost gone!
Frank and Sadie are back and drunker than ever. Starring Paul F. Tompkins & Paget Brewster as those married mediums, Frank & Sadie Doyle. With special guests Colin Hanks, Rider Strong, and James Urbaniak.
ALSO: The first goal of the Kickstarter campaign has been reached! The Thrilling Adventure Hour deluxe graphic novel will soon be a reality. Next up: an original web series starring The WorkJuice Players?! You can help make it happen!
This extremely rare Frank Doyle solo adventure also features Jeri Ryan, Kate Micucci, Janet Varney and James Urbaniak. Paget Brewster was out of town when this episode was recorded, so no Sadie Doyle in this one. I know, I missed her, too. She’ll be back, so let’s all settle down, get up from our bunks and take off our black Nikes, okay?
This month’s Dead Authors features the hilarious Brian Stack as the quite elderly P.G. Wodehouse. Brian’s delightfully twisted and it was a ridiculous amount of fun to riff with him.
The latest episode of Beyond Belief, “Teenagers of The Corn,” has me and my radio wife Paget Brewster in an adventure that’s equal parts horror and TV nostalgia. I absolutely adore playing Frank Doyle opposite Paget’s Sadie, and guest stars like James Urbaniak, Simon Helberg and Josh Ritter make things extra adorable.
In two episodes of The Todd Glass Show, it’s the best of both worlds. In Episode 35, Todd and I are just some silly-ass fools. In Episode 36, Todd and I discuss getting to “100%” in terms of supporting those who do not enjoy the rights that you might enjoy. As much fun as it is to goof around with Todd, I also enjoy getting into social issues with him. It’s never about pretending to have all the answers with him; it’s about asking the questions and trying to figure things out together.
Okay. Download those and then we’ll have a free activity period. Also, it’s pizza for lunch day!