5 Episodes tagged : standup
Ep94 – Ben Gonzalez
Jumping out the gate with a raucous, in-depth discussion of the current state of Standup Comedy, Mitcz & Teddy sit with the hilarious Ben Gonzalez. We get deep into the game of the standup comedy mindset, common complaints, and the irresponsibility of hecklers and heckler apologists, and more. We also dive into a discussion of the NYT piece on the "End of Courtship" which we unanimously agree is full of B.S., and we end on a very disgusting invention for your stomach.
Ep75 – Abbey Londer
Abbey Londer brought the heat with this episode! We walk through her overwhelming task of creating and curating the upcoming Riot LA Comedy Festival, some of the comedians performing, what to expect, and a whole lot more. We move on to discussing the ins and outs of the comedy scene and LA. The show caps off with a discussion about crazy people, one night stands, and everyone psychoanalyzes Mitcz for some reason.
Ep34 – Derrick Lemos
An epically nerdtastic, semi-creepy episode of Straight Riffin awaits you within! Marvel at the in-depth discussions of the future of media consumption and Mitcz's hair-brained plan to save the world. Gasp as comedians describe the ongoing self-doubt of being onstage. Scream your head off during the last half, where we discuss the creepiest possible thing to uncover in an apartment - a TRUE story! All this and more.... you're gonna love it.
Ep3 – Brian Monarch
Mitcz and Justin Dabuet join comedian (and SoCal comedy promoter) for some Straight Riffin. Mitcz discusses his brutal defeat (and subsequent bashing) in a dating contest for Adam Carolla's show, they discuss "The Situation" bombing at the Trump Roast, watch Andrew Dice Clay rant about Sheen, Brian talks about ass-kissing comics, there's much talk of threesomes and crazy women, and - of course - random tangents from all involved.
Ep2 – Jose Chavez
Our friend (another fellow comedian) Jose Chavez stopped by the show to shoot the proverbial shit, sex talk becomes awkward, and we have a tender moment while discussing family matters.