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Comedy & Everything Else ep # 169 Kelly Carlin

Comedy andEverything Else Episode#169

This Week:

Kelly Carlin was generous enough to sit down and tell us whatever we wanted to know about growing up with the funniest guy in the world as your dad. She is currently performing “A Carlin Home Companion: Life, Love and Laughter with George”, which is about exactly what it sounds like.

Kelly Carlin was a delight!

Our conversation with Kelly was thoroughly enjoyable , insightful and often funny. And I am very proud to say that contained inside this episode is what Kelly described as her “favorite question ever”, so there’s that. Plus we get to hear George Carlin sing “Everything is Okay Anyway”.

career goal essay

If you aren’t familiar with Mike MacRae, get ready. His mind-blowingly hilarious Rip Torn impression is in full force in this weeks “Hollywood Drunk Tank: Oscar Edition!”, and leads off the show. Rip tells about the time he got kicked out of the Oscars for heckling Jeff Bridges, and how sick he is of seeing foreigners prancing around the Oscar stage.

Sean Young got herself kicked out of the Governors Ball that she wasn’t invited too after she slapped a security guard when she got caught. But Rip tells us that Sean is no stranger to the Whoscow. In fact, Rip and Sean used to be old drinking buddies, people used to call them “Young & Torn”. It is an episode of Drunk Tank that is not to be missed, and remember, Celebrities-their just like you, except drunk and fucking beautiful!

March 24th Improv Lab

See you March 24th for Left, Right & Ridiculous at the Hollywood Improv Lab! Special guests Frank Conniff, David Feldman and more!

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That was a GREAT!!! show Jimmy and gang. Just like you, George Carlin was my hero. He was the orginal it’s-funny’cause’it’s-true kind of comedian but, more than that, he was a philosopher of sorts. This was my first exposure to Kelly Carlin and it was a pleasure from start to finish. Thanks.

Thanks for a terrific, informative, interesting interview with Kelly Carlin!

For your pleasure, courtesy of the great Lisa Hanawalt.