Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

Interesting people. Intriguing conversations. Improvised sketch comedy?!? Each episode, host Stuart Rice invites someone who is incredibly interesting to have a conversation about who they are and what they do and then helps them create an improvised sketch based on what they talked about right then-and-there! It's fun, it's different, and it's the only show like it on the internet! Are you interesting? Do you know someone interesting? They would be great for the show! Go to bit.ly/SCPSbeaguest and sign up! Listen on TuneIn here:... Show More

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August 26, 2020 38 min
Have you ever just picked up and moved to a big, metropolitan city you have never visited on a whim? How about deciding one day that you need to thrust your fellow generation into informed political discourse? I’m pretty sure you haven’t done either of those things. You are about to meet someone who has. Claire Malkie grew up in Virginia and studied classical acting at Hofstra University. After graduating, someone suggested movi...
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When you were a kid and went out for a walk, you might have attracted mosquitos or flies. Not Dan Ram. Dan attracted Lions. Dan Ram is an accidental event master of ceremonies, has given TEDx talks 5 times and can even show you how to get yourself doing the same thing as a coach. He has met celebrities of all sorts, including being on-stage with Barak Obama, who actually remembered his name even if Dan mispronounced his. We hear...
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Frank King is always on the verge of commiting suicide. It is a feeling that has plagued him since he was young, passed down from previous generations. When faced with a problem, Frank always sees an option a lot of people do not see, killing himself. Where most would see this as a detriment, Frank has turned suicide into a lucrative career as a comedian, public speaker and TED Talker. As The Mental Health Comedian, Frank conf...
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Last episode we heard about Dune’s birthday party while he was in the hospital being a quadraplegic (seriously, it was better than any of your birthday parties) and what got him there. This week, we hear about how much Dune’s doctors were complete dicks to him, and why it worked. We also hear about dating while immobilized, being in movies and why Zion from “The Matrix” was filled with a bunch of nipple-necked cliques. This week’s ...
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To refer to Dune as anything less than a superhero would be a gross misrepresentation. Dune has defied every odd, has looked death and worse in the eye and laughed, and has even attended my funeral before I died… this guy is INTERESTING! It is not often that one gets to talk to someone who was a quadriplegic, destined never to walk again, who just literally willed himself back on his feet. I don’t know what you did this weekend, ...
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This week's guest, Bunny Young, is a therapist turned consultant (you may be noticing a trend as of late...) who specializes in helping companies recognize work/life balance and become better at making the world a better place, which is sort of her life's mission statement. Her company, "A Better Place Consulting" (abetterplaceconsulting.com), is a place where small to large companies go for more direction and al...
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Look, it’s not every day that you get to talk to someone who is registered to be on the ballot as a presidential hopeful in 2020, and you have to hop on each one of these types of opportunities. Does it help that Mark Whitney is also a comedian? Well… maybe. Mark Whitney is, in fact, running for President in 2020. This is not a joke, he is serious, and I think it is wonderful that we could get a chance to hear someone like Mark d...
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https://www.youtube.com/embed/oXp0k5hGXGA Jarrod Haning eventually came out of the closet… the closet that he would practice in for thousands of hours with his violin, on a journey to become a symphonic concert violinist. At one time, he was putting people in homes and making them so happy that they would praise him on the national news programs. Now, Jarrod helps people, like you or I, find our groove and double our income by r...
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Susan Guthrie has been a divorce attorney for 30 years, and now calls herself a recovering litigator and helps people separate peacefully and respectfully with mediation. After living in California for a couple of years, she even offers a mindfulness track with mediation, breathing exercises and intention setting. We talk about, you guessed it, divorce and how after 30 years Susan pivoted her career to out of the courtroom, calling...
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Originally Released 9/4/2016 https://www.youtube.com/embed/MhR0fdDrKPE It’s hard to call this week’s guest, S. Anthony Thomas, anything but prolific. On his podcast, “S. Anthony Says”, S. talks about life… all of it, every week for the last 6 years (he will be celebrating 6 years of podcast gold on October 21st), and his no-holds-barred approach to the subjects he picks from his daily life is refreshing, fun, and often more poignan...
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Well… that was unexpected. My intent with this show was to talk to someone who was an expert in tabletop gaming, but found a bank robber, author, filmmaker and a whole lot more! Steve Wollett started off as an idiot (his words, not mine) and progressed into an honest-to-god bank robber in his early years. No joke. This guy made hundreds of thousands of dollars walking into banks and spending about 2 minutes, then walking out wi...
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Originally Released 8/28/2016 * https://www.youtube.com/embed/6THn4MDEixM A little SCPS history about this episode. Alisha had decided she did not want to do the show anymore, which was totally understandable. I, however, didn’t have the same feeling, so I wanted to keep it going. I needed to figure out how to do it, and I decided I was going to get a ringer for the show, and I did. Josh McCullough is a close friend, a fellow bandm...
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Did I get your attention with that description? Good. Although that was my introduction to her, Amanda Richards is much more… SO MUCH MORE! Amanda is a 6-time Grammy Nominated member of Outlaw Country Music Royalty (according to her) and has been recording and releasing albums since 2004. Her songs are a combination of heartfelt country and lyrical whimsy… how many country artists would release an entire album of zombie-inspired...
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Originally Released 8/21/2019 If you feel like you have already listened to this episode, you probably have! This is a re-release of the fabulous first episode of the “New” Sketch Comedy Podcast Show. You’ll notice that the format wasn’t quite there yet, we didn’t know how to start the show or even how to have someone on the show with us. Despite being awful hosts, Dr. Kiki was great and we came up with not one, but two really ...
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August 4, 2019 49 min
Billy Lonas has a deep interest in the Bible that came about when he was 12 years old and was told that God loved him but if he didn’t do what God said he would got to hell forever and ever… that didn’t make sense to Billy. So, he started questioning the methods that people used to study and understand the Bible and spends his time sharing a message of love and selflessness as opposed to dogma. This is a conversation that does ...
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Livia Milano has been on “Key and Peele”, spent some time on “Millionaire Matchmaker”, has written dozens of screenplays that you have not seen (not your fault) does stand-up comedy in Los Angeles and has a cat. She is also, and most importantly, the host of the “Not So Sexy, Sexy Podcast” where she picks a topic and will rant about that subject or has occasional guests on her show where they talk about things as well. The show...
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Are you into black magic? I’m not talking about the dark arts here, I mean entertainers that use magic that happen to be African-American! Rajon Lynch, or better known as RJ the Magician, is one of the top black magicians in the world today, and he is only 23! RJ uses a lot of comedy in his act… sometimes it may not be the most appropriate comedy for his audience, but everyone has a lot of fun at his shows. In fact, he was recent...
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Well, this is every parent's dream... Stuart's 21-year-old step-daughter, whom he raised, got asked to do sexual acts, on film, for lots of money... and she did not say no. We talk about the situation, how she processed the information, asking random people walking into gas stations for life-advice, the lure of easy money, what life looks like as someone who does adult films for a living, and, ultimately, Amber makes a de...
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Jason Eric Ross does stand up AND therapy… but never at the same time… this week’s sketch has him combining to two to see what that would sound like and see if this is a show he can take on the road! Make sure to check out Jason this Fall on “Paper Empire” with Denise Richards, Wesley Snipes and Steve Guttenberg! Sketch Comedy Podcast show is an independent and completely improvised sketch podcast that is based on conversations wit...
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Jason Eric Ross is a psychotherapist by trade and has been a psychopath... or at least portrayed one on TV. Jason became an actor late in life and, last year, decided he didn't want to have any regrets in his life so he enrolled in and is nearly finished with the UCB sketch and improv programs after waiting 14 years to start. He recently appeared on Betty en NY on Telemundo and will be seen in Paper Empire this fall with Robe...
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