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Your Mom's House with Christina P. and Tom Segura

YMH Studios
TV & FilmComedy

Christina Pazsitzky and Tom Segura are comedians who are also married. They are the Mommies and they welcome you to join them. Dental updates! Dudes! Stories! Wiping!

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Latest Episodes

It's time to pull up those mom jeans with Tom Segura and Christina P! They discuss how important it is to look nice while you're on stage, a cool way to look for women on TikTok, and how Christina got stuck in an elevator! Tom gives the play by play ... more

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A new show has been added to Tom's tour in Niagara Falls at the Fallsview Casino Resort on August 11! Pre-Sale starts Wednesday at 10 am local! Use code TOMMY at https://tomsegura.com/tour to get your tickets! more

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10 days ago

Welcome back to the Mommy Dome with Tom Segura and Christina P! Tom is learning toilet Italian, a rock climber has a bathroom accident, Christina shares a really cool story about peeing at the DMV, and some Victoria's Secret models are starting a dra... more

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17 days ago

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4.8 out of 5 stars from 24.2k ratings
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    Danny Brown is a national treasure. One of the most naturally hilarious and entertaining people ever.

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    old guy mcgurk
    United States9 days ago
  • Video podcast is better

    I usually watch the show on YouTube and I’ve been noticing editing problems on the audio version. There’s a lot of skipping or sections that are being repeated. Hire a new editor for the audio podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    jxnasin
    United States9 days ago
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