Comedian Whitney Cummings interviews guests (friends, comics, celebs, experts, weirdos) every week. Known for her standup comedy specials for HBO and Netflix, Comedy Central Roasts, multiple television series and films, Whitney has a lot of questions for a lot of different kinds of people. She also has opinions. And a robot. Subscribe to hear interviews that are always interesting and never too long.
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Whitney makes the best podcast! I love how long her interviews are and how she just talks about whatever. This podcast is good for me!
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Whitney is funny and all, but she doesn’t really let her guests talk much. I just finished listening to the Rachel Bilson episode and I feel like all Rachel said was, “Right!? Exactly! You’re so right. Yes!” Was she there for an interview or to validate everything Whitney said 🤔. I stopped listening to this podcast because the guests I was interested in listening to never really get to talk much 🤷🏻♀️. As a comedian, 5 stars. Podcast interviewer… meh.
This is a podcast that you yet have to listen to and let Whitney and her guest just go back and forth like in a real conversation.. if you find it jarring with all the energy just pretend you hearing two people talk that agree to be themselves with microphones on. I prefer this actually to Joe Rogan’s podcast ( Whitney evolves as a person, unlike Joe Rogan). 10/10 ❤️❤️🤘🤘 BTW I would love it deeply if the older episodes were not deleted as new ones get uploaded. ( I love the progression of the ... more
It was honestly super cringy when they started with Whitney talking to her assistants and I couldn’t stand hearing them talk. I much prefer Whitney by herself coming in hot with the guest. I love Whitney, and I love how personal she gets with her guests and I’m always blown away with how deep she gets😊
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Good For You launched 4 years ago and published 115 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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