Welcome to ‘The Last Laugh’: Real conversations with really funny people. Every Tuesday, The Daily Beast’s Matt Wilstein interviews some of the biggest names in comedy—as well as the new voices crashing the party—about what it’s like to make people laugh during this current cultural and political moment. more
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Host does a great job of listening well . Fun format with the same questions at the end of each episode. Excellent guests
This is my favorite podcast for my commute back and forth from work. I’m so happy for you, Matt, that you’re having a new baby, congrats! I’m excited for the new format, but I hope it doesn’t lose the charm that comes from your ability to connect to your interviewees. You very obviously research and talk to them beyond the top billed projects of their imdb and I think that gets them to open up. The discussions of behind the scenes in making comedy, whether it be writing a special, working at SNL... more
Enjoy the interviews so much….great to listen to during walks!
Matt Wilstein’s interviewing style rolls along, creating questions from answers. As he digs into the memories of his comedic subjects.
I only listen to some of the episodes, with actors I'm familiar with. But the ones I've listened to I have thoroughly enjoyed. Matt is a really good interviewer and brings interesting discussion topics out of the actors.
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