Keith and The Girl comedy talk show

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show

Keith and his ex-girlfriend talk shit.

Episodes

May 16, 2022 51 min
Keith and Chemda discuss the white supremacist shooting in a Buffalo, NY supermarket that killed 10 people. (19 weeks into the year, America has already seen 198 mass shootings.) The duo also talks about R. Kelly and NYC subway shooter Frank James being prison pals. Keith discusses Netflix’s Meltdown: Three Mile Island, which leads to covering the makeup of sociopaths, psychopaths, and Keith’s dad.
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Keith was poisoned! But he fought back and lived for you, dear listener. Keith and Chemda are here to discuss it all: Hilary Duff’s perfectly airbrushed perfect body on the cover of Women’s Health’s Body Issue, Keith adventures with 2 am shrimp parmesan, Keith’s Lovense dick sleeve, Roe v. Wade and anti-abortionists who had abortions, and the history of Mary the Virgin Mother of God. Babe’s James Cromwell glued himself to NYC Starb...
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Billy Procida is so heartbroken that he can’t even talk about it. The gang tries to figure out why Billy has lifelong issues with likability, and Billy shares about letting go of his regular happy-ending masseuse, his fight on the train, and his plan to buy a gun.
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New guest Marty DeRosa joins KATG to discuss comedians’ appeal of pro-wrestling, getting along with a parent later in life, Mother’s Day, therapy, podcast guests asking to edit their appearance, and how to prepare for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
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May 6, 2022 35 min
Dylan Adler joins KATG to discuss his news-making backflip, and the gang talks about being buried alive (It’s still happening, people!), the Dave Chappelle Hollywood Bowl attack aftermath, edibles, and the multiverse.
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Comic book expert Chris Mancini joins us for an emergency visit: What the fuck was Moon Knight about?! The trio also discusses 2022’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Amber Heard’s new P.R. team, a repeal of Roe v. Wade, and Dave Chappelle getting attacked on stage. They also cover Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson, and Kanye West for May 4, 2022.
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Keith and Chemda catch up with Clark Jones and his journey through therapy: family, death, and dating
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Am I The Asshole’s Danny Vega joins KATG to help discuss his recent move to L.A., our fast food nation, and a horse and its trainer on meth. Danny reviews The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent and Chemda saw a movie in a theater!!!: Everything Everywhere All at Once. Then the trio judges three yell-inducing Am I The Asshole posts.
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KATG regular Nick Turner catches us up on his life, marriage, and son, and he helps dive into hot topics such as Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly’s blood rituals, the true story behind the horror movie Hostel, Will Smith’s spiritual tour, and Nicolas Cage’s meta comedy.
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April 25, 2022 38 min
Oh, such a perfect day. Keith and Chemda reminisce on the Washington Square Park rendezvous with The Morrows, they follow up on the stories regarding Mike Tyson and Bill Murray’s violent behaviors, and Keith shares the latest back and forths with his father which, to Keith’s happiness, was shared with Keith’s siblings in real time.
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Hollywood historian Jesse Thorn joins KATG to cover all the Holly-weirdness including the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial, Bill Murray’s inappropriate on set behavior, and Mike Tyson beating up an airline passenger. That’s La La Land, baby!
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KATG veteran Chris Laker joins KATG to help discuss why Chris stopped smoking weed, Keith and his dad reconnecting after 2 years, and what Keith sees in his dad that’s also in British pedophile Jimmy Savile. Also, Chris found God thanks to Steve Harvey.
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April 18, 2022 73 min
Liz Miele joins Keith and Chemda to help discuss a myriad of topics including Keith’s birthday, his Dad’s new emails, and the deaths of Gilbert Gottfried and Patrick Carlin. The trio also discusses the NYC subway shooting and the Boston Marathon facing off against Russia.
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April 11, 2022 45 min
Keith and Chemda are ready to celebrate Keith’s birthday, but first Keith needs to discuss AppleTV+’s Severance finale and that fuckin’ liar Ben Stiller. Then the duo talks about the first black woman to ever be on the Supreme Court, Keith reviews Chris Rock’s 2009 Good Hair, and KATG discusses a construction company mistakenly demolishing the wrong home with no punishment.
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April 8, 2022 64 min
Megan Koester joins KATG to discuss … everything! Will Smith is banned from the Oscars for 10 years. Asexuality is explained. The trio discusses physical and emotional violence, infertility and sterilization, and marrying for spite. Oh, and mushrooms can talk to each other. Bon Appétit.
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April 6, 2022 60 min
Kenice Mobley joins KATG to help get to the bottom of International Asexuality Day, women’s sexual OnlyFans accounts being viewed by their fathers, and how people are able to support celebrities’ disgusting behavior. The trio talks about Britney Spears’s intimate relation with God, and Keith reviews Morbius, a superhero movie that’s so bad that he had to watch it in two parts in a theater.
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April 4, 2022 65 min
Chemda had the most exciting weed purchasing experience of her life, Keith and Chemda discuss the KATG polls associated with the 2022 Oscars Slap and Louis C.K.’s 2022 Grammy win, and Keith’s dad is quoted in a Popular Mechanics article over $500,000,000 in missing Civil War gold.
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April 1, 2022 49 min
Keith and Chemda continue with the fallout over The Slap Heard Around the World, including if Keith and Chemda should be allowed to discuss issues involving black people. They discuss the Academy Awards meeting to determine Will Smith’s position in the academy and Chris Rock beginning his comedy tour Ego Death. The duo also discusses platinum-selling artist Eric Church canceling an arena show last minute to see his Tar Heels play D...
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Former lawyer and current comedian Tom Delgado joins Keith and The Girl to cover the fallout of the infamous Will Smith Oscar Slap including attorneys citing The Will Smith Defense in violent crimes, the majority of Americans blaming Chris Rock, Jada and Will Smith’s Instagram announcements, Chris Rock’s ticket sales, and the Academy Awards conducting an official review of what they aired on TV. (Hopefully they recorded it.)
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March 28, 2022 81 min
Ashley Gavin joins KATG to help discuss Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins’ drug overdose, Dolly Parton being up for a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction whether she likes it or not, and the 2022 Academy Awards featuring The Slap with Will Smith and Chris Rock. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year.
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