Comedian Jessica Kirson presents a variety podcast featuring a series of eccentric characters. From Mandy the spoiled “teenager” to Puzzles the conspiracy theorist clown, Jessica’s cast of characters ranges from delightful to disturbing to downright absurd. Embark on a weekly journey with Jessica through guided meditations, celebrity interviews, workout routines, and comedy bits that you never saw coming. This is the Disgusting Hawk!
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Comedian Josh Adam Meyers joins Jessica Kirson for Episode #057 of the #DisgustingHawk Podcast! Esteemed performer Mandy Weintraub sits down with standup comedian, and host of The 500 podcast, Josh Adam Meyers to convince him that her songs belong am... more
Comedian Sarah Hyland joins Jessica Kirson for Episode #056 of the #DisgustingHawk Podcast! Martha Owens (Sarah) sits down with Dr. Pamela Crane to get down to the root of her issues with extended family, gardening prestige, and funeral etiquette. Pl... more
Comedian Sean Donnelly drops by to join Jessica Kirson for Episode #055 of the #DisgustingHawk Podcast! Sean sits down with Vivian Eisenstein to address not getting paid for his standup performance at her retirement home, only to be met with fierce h... more
Love the silly characters.
Idk what’s happening but it’s highly entertaining!
Jesus this might be the funniest show on GAS after the other guys left. I watch LOS consistently for 2 years and haven’t laugh much at all since till now. Jessica knows how to tell a joke and make a joke out of herself naturally that you just laugh with her. She is def funnier than a lot male comics. So what i’m saying is men are not funny!
Jessica is hilarious
Jessica Kirson is brilliant, hilarious, and insane. This show so far, however, is only that last part. Segments with the guests work far better with the character work. The solo in character improv is just far too undercooked. Love Kirson but maybe just be yourself in the solo parts and in character during the interviews.
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Disgusting Hawk launched a year ago and published 32 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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