Host Andy Richter asks the same three questions to each guest: Where do you come from? Where are you going? What have you learned? These three simple questions, when answered honestly and thoughtfully, are enough to provide a pretty complete picture of who a person is. The answers are what Andy always wants to know about people. This will not be a one-sided process, as Andy won’t shy away from getting personal himself.
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Edi Patterson (HBO’s The Righteous Gemstones) joins Andy Richter to discuss improv comedy, growing up in Texas, the great Danny McBride, and much more.
Josh Gad joins Andy Richter to discuss his new Broadway show, "Gutenburg! The Musical!," fatherhood, the next phase of his career, anxiety, and much more.
Jonathan Van Ness joins Andy Richter to discuss his path to Queer Eye, their shared Illinois heritage, sustainable haircare, TV stars vs. movie stars, and much more.
I don’t think Andy ever set out to be a great interviewer, but he ultimately is because he’s able to show vulnerability and discuss his own shortcomings in a practical way that moves the conversation forward. And he somehow gets a a hugely wide range of people to open up and do the same. Inject Andy’s trademark humor and occasionally negative self talk and it becomes a really honest conversation.
I’ve loved this show since day one. Long form conversations with Andy that can get pretty deep. I really dug the episode with his old pal Tommy Blacha. They have a great chemistry and are very funny together.
I’m not going back to the office to see what the plan was but it wasn’t for me but it wasn’t too much to me but it wasn’t a bad thing I just wanted it and it wasn’t too much of it to
I’m going back in a bit and then I have a car for my house to get ready to go to my house to pick it out
(..you mentioned you’d like suggestions. Might be fun in this writers’ strike to hear their thoughts on a good book?)
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The Three Questions launched 4 years ago and published 224 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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