Sean and I discuss food addiction, compulsive overeating, his time living with Ralphie May, and why he wouldn't wear a bra and panties on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
My buddy Neal is back to discuss what we should and shouldn't be doing to stay healthy and protect others during this Corona Virus pandemic. He also tells me about something called free bleeding, and I'll never forgive him for it.
Comedian Moody McCarthy and I discuss running, shitting in the woods, being an older dad, and why as grown men we still think it's funny to talk about each other's mothers.
Comedian Erica Spera discusses her life in sports, life as a female comedian, and her dad seeing the sex jokes she tweets.
My buddy Steve Rogers and I discuss his picky eating, how shocked he was to discover ravioli and dumplings were basically the same thing, and how his anxiety issues affect his mental and physical health.
Comedian Kyle Turner and I discuss the agony of being Bills and Jets fans respectively, his motivation to lose weight (it wasn't health or vanity related), and if having a backup plan to comedy is a good or bad thing.
Comedian Tony Deyo describes his recent tour with Chevy Chase, his 8 years as a vegetarian and coming back to the carnivores club, and how a YouTube comment sent him into a downward spiral.
Chris and I discuss our rapping skills, Crossfit and his experience at the International Crossfit Games, struggling to be in the moment, and how we both tore our sacks playing kickball as adults.
Anthony and I talk about being on "The Heavyweights of Comedy," why Rudolph would be a first ballot Reindeer Hall of Famer, and how WW (Weight Watchers) has helped him lose 200 lbs.
Comedian and personal trainer Andrew Ginsburg mocks his own career as a bodybuilder and shares his philosophies about health and nutrition.
Comedian/Magician Vinnie Mark discusses beating Kevin James on the golf course, getting heckled by children and being a 24/7 caregiver.
Shaun Murphy and I talk food, being "Upstate" New York guys, a shared experience we've both had in adulthood (listen to find out what), and how Shaun got the nickname "Baby Bird."
Neal and I reminisce about working at Beadle's Pharmacy in high school and the lady that called everyday to describe her poop. We also talk about supplements (why most are bullshit, what you need and what you don't need), taking a holistic approach to your health, and what Neal finds most attractive about me.
Comedian Eddie Brill and I discuss being compulsive overeaters (a fancy term for food addicts), how adopting a vegan diet has changed his life (he wants to convert me so badly but never will), and his time as the warm up comic and booker of the Late Show with David Letterman.
Comedian Bob Marley and I discuss our favorite scenes from Rocky II, the time his go-to joke bombed on The Nashville Network, and the importance of staying healthy and active as you get older.