On Good Talk with Anthony Jeselnik, the relentlessly acerbic comic sits down for intimate chats with his funniest friends. Anthony keeps guests like Tig Notaro, Kristen Schaal, Nick Kroll and Kumail Nanjiani on their toes as he lobs deeply personal questions at them, engages in insightful dialogues about the craft of comedy and takes unfiltered swipes at industry peers.
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Natasha Leggero shares what she loves about John Waters, walks through the development of her onstage persona and bonds with Anthony over not telling self-effacing jokes. more
Tig Notaro reveals what she does when she bombs onstage, does her impression of Joan Rivers and Larry David’s baby, and names her least favorite comedian. more
Kumail Nanjiani chats about the differences between acting and stand-up, gets quizzed on lines from his movies and offers insight into a pivotal scene from “The Big Sick.” more
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This is like drinking shots rather than drinking a wholesome beer. What I’m trying to say is this needs to be longer.
I keep checking for the next episode. Anthony’s style and talent reminds me of a scorpion - - I love it!
wow this guy is not funny
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Good Talk launched 4 years ago and published 6 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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