I Guess I'll Do It with Pat House

I Guess I'll Do It with Pat House

I Guess I’ll Do It with Pat House features a one-on-one conversation with comedians discussing their earliest comedy influences, when they decided they would try stand-up and that very first time they stepped on stage. We chat about our favorite comics, share horror stories from the road, and talk shop about all the joys/nightmares that live within stand-up comedy. Oh! And the episodes will be short. One topic. No rambling. Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer in comedy clubs, casinos and theaters all over the country, Pat has been a choice opener for Sebastian Maniscalco, Tom Segura and Dan Cummins. He recorded his first album Biggest Thing in 2013, and his latest album Heard Enough Yesterday, hit #1 on the iTunes comedy charts. Both can be heard on iTunes, Amazon and Pandora.... Show More

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February 24, 2021 79 min

Monroe Martin is a fantastic comedian and an even greater podcast guest. As soon as we start talking, he immediately starts complimenting me. Big fan of when episodes begin like that. Monroe and I have been on countless shows together as we came up through the Philly scene, and since his move to NYC, he’s been on Comedy Central, “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” and “Last Comic Standing.” We share some Philly stories, talk about comed...

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February 17, 2021 86 min

Creator of Showtime’s “Funny Women of a Certain Age…” comedian Carole Montgomery sits down with me for a comedy chat covering everything from her early days in NYC to her laundry-list of credits including "Tough Crowd,” “Politically Incorrect” and one of my favorite long-lost gems, “VH1’s “Stand-Up Spotlight.”

Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer in comedy clubs, casinos, and ...

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February 10, 2021 64 min

Blake Wexler started doing stand-up in the Philly-area when he was 15…and I hated him for it. OK, I didn’t hate him, but he stole my thunder of being the youngest comedian in Philadelphia. Blake is a very close friend and we had a lot to say in this episode. We share some Philly-related stories from our early days, how he would call bars to see if he was even allowed in to perform, his mom driving him to open-mics, his days at Emer...

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February 3, 2021 62 min

Joe List and I have a ton of similarities in comedy - both of us started shortly after high school, neither one of us had any idea what were were doing, but we both knew that we loved doing stand-up comedy. We cover everything from performing in Chinese restaurants in Boston, moving to NYC, performing on all the late-night shows and appearing on Netlfix’s “The Stand-Ups.” Joe and I talk a lot of comedy and realize we have a lot in ...

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January 27, 2021 40 min

“After 51 years in stand-up, I still get excited about new material.” Tom Dreesen is 81-years-old and still out there making people laugh. His new book, “Still Standing…” is filled with countless stories across his five decades in comedy. Tom was half of the first (and only!) black-and-white comedy team alongside Tim Reid, he has made dozens of appearances on Johnny Carson and David Letterman and spent fourteen years performing in ...

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January 20, 2021 75 min

 

Starting in Oakland, moving to Portland, now currently living in L.A, Amy Miller is one of the hardest working comics out there. Amy has won Portland’s Funniest, appeared on The Adam Carolla Show, NPR, Doug Loves Movies and her own “Comedy Central Presents...”

Amy and I met years ago in Portland, where a snowstorm canceled half of our shows with Tom Segura. We share a bunch of fun stories from that week and have a great comedy chat...

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January 13, 2021 74 min

When I moved to Hoboken, NJ in 2011 to tackle comedy in NYC, Adrienne Iapalucci was one of the few comics to take me under her wing and show me around the scene. Since then, she’s been featured on The Degenerates on Netflix, The Best of Netlfix Stand-Up 2020 and she was my first friend to perform on David Letterman. Born and raied in The Bronx, Adrienne's mother dabbled in stand-up and Adrienne dreamed of being on Saturday Nigh...

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January 6, 2021 92 min

Starting 2021 off with a bang! Tom Rhodes is one of my favorite humans on the planet. He first saw live stand-up comedy when he was 12-years-old, and with the help of a fake ID, he was actively performing at 17. From Florida to L.A. and N.Y.C. to San Fran, after cutting his teeth in America, Tom began working the international circuit, tackling Ireland, Sydney, Beijing, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, Hong Kong, and everywhere in between...

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December 30, 2020 14 min

A quick one to wrap up 2020! The first half of this episode is me solo, recapping some podcast highlights and what it was like performing live comedy during the pandemic. 

The second half, my producer, Andrew Moose, joins in on the fun! We chat about working on the podcast together, his behind the scenes work and, since I love a good horror story, I make him tell me about his worst day on the job. 

More killer episodes in 2021! Cheer...

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December 23, 2020 53 min

After a few rough sets in Lousiana, Mark Normand headed to New York City and made the magic happen! From Conan to Jimmy Fallon and a special with 4.5 million views, Mark has blown up the last few years. We talk about performing in front of huge theater crowds, getting compliments from Seinfeld (Mark, not me) oue earliest jokes and doing live shows during the pandemic.

Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelp...

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December 16, 2020 66 min

I hosted for Christian Finnegan in Philly one weekend, and when he came back to town, he asked me to feature. You don’t forget stuff like that. In this episode, we talk about what comics were helpful to him in his career, club comics VS alt comics,  and what comedy clubs will be like after the pandemic.

Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer in comedy clubs, casinos, and theaters al...

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December 10, 2020 56 min

If you’re a comic, you most likely own a copy of “I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America’s Top Comics,” a book of short stories compiled by comedy legend Ritch Shydner. Over a 30-year career, Ritch has seen it all and done it all. We met after I read (and loved) his second book, “Kicking Through the Ashes.” We discuss his books, doing comedy at a time when it wasn’t even called “stand-up” yet, the comedy boom of the 80s, o...

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December 5, 2020 67 min

When you’re a brand new comic, there’s nothing better than a true pro taking you under their wing, and the first person to do that for me was TuRae Gordon. I saw him perform at Temple University before I even started stand-up, and once I did, he befriended me, gave me opportunities and two monumental pieces of advice that I still think about today. In this episode, we talk about the club where we started, The Laff House, comedy in ...

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November 18, 2020 46 min

Whenever people ask me who my favorite comedians are, I mention Chad Daniels every time. As comics, sometimes we get wrapped up with the work side of things, that we forget to have fun. We remind each other that a lot of cool things happen in comedy if you just stop and take it in for a second. Chad and I talk about how meaningful it is when a headliner brings you around as their opener, we share a few (hilarious) horror stories fr...

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November 11, 2020 53 min

Sarah Colonna has been a New York Times best-selling author TWICE, but in this episode, we talk about her interest in comedy as a kid in Arkansas, her move to LA, bombing on stage, hitting it off with Chelsea Handler and we go head-to-head comparing all the MLB stadiums we’ve been to.

Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer in comedy clubs, casinos and theaters all over the country, ...

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November 4, 2020 65 min

Jon Reep is a Last Comic Standing winner, and his own podcast, Country-ish. Alone one night, and with no money, Jon walked into a comedy club and asked the woman in the box office if he could just take a quick peak inside the showroom. She let him, and he was hooked. We chat about his early days, when celebrities are in the crowd, what celebrities are NOT in the crowd, we praise Brian Regan and Mitch Hedberg, and like all good podc...

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October 28, 2020 59 min

Preston and Steve have been on morning radio in Philly since the 90s and have been #1 in ratings for fifteen years straight, but not many people know that in the 1980s, Steve was a stand-up comic before he got into radio. Starting comedy on Long Island, he came up with Eddie Murphy and Rosie O’Donnell, and in this episode, we talk about some old (really old!) comedy influences, the different types of comedy, when college gigs used ...

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October 21, 2020 49 min

Dan Cummins is the hardest working comic I know. He’s also the comic I’ve worked with the most. We met in Cleveland four years ago, hit it off, and we’ve toured all over the country together and I learned a ton working with him. With eight albums, FOUR HUNDRED MILLION Pandora streams and - wait for it - THREE podcasts of his own, I’m glad he found time to chat. In this episode, we discuss his early days in comedy, dabbling as a gui...

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October 14, 2020 34 min

We don’t cross paths much, but when we do, Michael Somerville and I will always catch up - and DRINK! (I think I’m still hungover from our Vegas weekend back in February). From his first time on stage at Notre Dame to multiple Letterman appearances, we discuss how his friends talked him into becoming a comedian and  hanging out in Vegas, baby!

Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer ...

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October 7, 2020 47 min

Are Josh Gondelman and I the same person?? In this episode, we find out we have a million similarities in our early comedy influences, how we started doing stand-up, and many, many other eerie coincidences. Starting comedy in Boston, his career has taken him to Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Desus and Mero. Give it a listen!

Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer in comedy c...

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