Jackie Jenkins Jr. Introduces this podcast angry about "Extra Mothafucka's" AKA Hobby comics that expect the best stand-up spots, but only do comedy once every 6 months.
Thomas Jones visits the Highway Diary podcast to talk about his time as the joke theif pariah, and his redemption back to the good graces of the comedy scene. We talk about the metaphysics of comedy, and how it helps people deal with pain.
Byron Broussard joins the Highway Diary podcast from the open mic at the All Ways lounge. We have a great talk about Byron's comedy, and the comedy scene in New Orleans.
We also talk about Byron's job at a group home, his sexuality, and his interest in conspiracies.
Omid Ezekiel Ramak "EZ" opens the show. I officially apologize to Jeff McCormick, who I found out is very upset with me over a previous podcast. I talk about how excited I am about the Andrew D. Basiago episode.
Afterward, Jackie Jenkins Jr. comes onto the podcast to talk about his comedy career and running the open mic at the La Nuit comedy theater. We record in the greenroom over the course of a weekend of shows there. Comedians, and other interesting characters pop in as well.
Join the party.
This episode of Highway Diary is on the road. It features my buddy and New Orleans comic, Kevin Passman. We talk about his job on the oil rig, and his love of comedy.
Follow us as we perform at JP's Hookah Lounge in Lafayette, LA.
New Orleans comic Blake Ybarzabal talks about his discharge from the Marines. His experience with botany. His stand-up comedy experiments, where he treats each joke as having hundreds of variables to test, scientifically, starting with his nose ring.
Eric jokes about wanting a Ukrainian bride, and how to work the system to make that happen for you.
Very distasteful jokes about the practical uses of Krav Maga.
Warning! Several bridges between several nations were burned in the making of this episode.
I'm joined by Josh Meyrowitz on this special episode of the Highway Diary podcast. We talk about his love of comedy, and how he got into it. How he's been carving a niche for himself at the Comedy Store.
We have a follow-up conversation from our debate on episode 104, and leave this episode better friends. We talk about the Ding-Dong show, sticking true to yourself, and navigating the politics of any comedy scene.
In this, the most important episode in the history of the Highway Diary podcast, I dig deep into investigating why my last episode with comedian Jeff McCormick was pulled. What my comedy philosophy is, and if I am indeed an abusive podcaster. I talk to a lot of people during this episode, and not all of them agree with me.
I talk to the host of the SIP podcast, Shaun Lewin; episode 100 guest, my brother, Kevin Hollerbach; New Orleans comic Blake Ybarzabal, who was present during the McCormick recording. I also talk to Los Angeles based comedian, and Comedy Store legend Joshua Meyrowitz that believes my podcast was abusive.
This is one for the haters. Please enjoy, Episode 104, the Redaction Special.
New Orleans comic hailing from the 209 hits the Highway Diary podcast with both his balls on fire. He's a dogsitter, he gives cats their shots, he feeds zebras, and he blows the roof off every comedy club he steps into. I could only be talking about Danny Ray!
We talk about how he got into comedy, his year in Los Angeles, having setbacks, battling insecurity, but always in pursuit of his comedy dreams.
Sneak preview, small hints of the Banned from Hi-Ho incident.
Exopolitical journalist Alfred Lambremont Webre joins the Highway Diary podcast for a very interesting episode. We start by talking about previous guest Kevin Annett, and Alfred's recent falling out with Kevin.
We also talk about Andy Biasago, and his tumultuous relationship with Alfred.
We talk about the Pickton farm, and the connection with the international cabal. Cloning centers. And a whole wide range of topics.