I Guess I’ll Do It with Pat House

Rachel Fogletto

Rachel Fogletto joins me on my latest episode! She’s a hustler, and we’ve worked together a lot over the last year. We talk all things comedy from selling merchandise to comedy festivals to performing overseas! Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer in comedy clubs, casinos, and theaters all over…

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Irene Tu

Originally from Chicago, Irene Tu cut her comedy teeth in the renowned San Francisco comedy scene. We have a great chat about how her interest in comedy came from cartoons, big theater shows, college gigs, and the insecurities when comics start to headline. Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of Philadelphia. A regular performer…

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Mike Maguire

Mike Maguire is the first musician to make an appearance on my podcast. One of my very good friends for a long time now, we talk about what we always talk about – music and comedy. From his best gigs to his worst gigs, we talk about choosing what songs to play, reading the crowd,…

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Chris Alan

Chris Alan started comedy with guns blazing. His first set was in Vegas while still in the military, and from there, Chris now tours with Mark Normand and he even had the chance to perform in front of 10,000 people in his hometown of Rochester, NY. We talk about crowd work (SPOILER: he loves it,…

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Matt Balaker

Matt Balaker, author of “Greg Giraldo: A Comedian’s Story” joins me and we talk A LOT about one of our favorites – the brilliant Greg Giraldo. Matt and I go back-and-forth with our favorite Greg bits, I tell a few stories about working with him, we talk about how the book came fruition and what Greg’s…

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Ken Krantz

Ken Krantz has gotten more complaints after shows than any other comic I know – and I LOVE these stories. Is it his dark material or his face? I don’t know. Regardless, Ken tells some great stories about horrible audience interactions after shows and how his brother’s support led him to first get on stage….

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Alonzo Bodden

Ten days after Alonzo Bodden donated a kidney to his brother, we worked together at REVEL casino in Atlantic City… Let’s just put it this way: a decade later, we STILL remember that night. From airplane mechanic to The Power Rangers to Last Comic Standing, we have a great chat about comedy advice, how to…

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Linette Palladino

Not only is Linette Palladino absolutely hilarious, she is also active military. From NJ to deployment and performing in Iraq, we have a great comedy chat about the community of military comics, the importance of guest sets, the nightmares of selling merch, and the grind in NYC! Pat House is a nationally-touring comedian based out of…

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Mary Radzinski

Mary Radzinski is one of my longest friends in stand-up and I’m truly convinced we share the same brain when it comes to comedy. We talk about our early days starting out together in Philly, being funny as a child, nightmare casino gigs, touring with big-name comics, and since Mary saw one of the worst…

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Rich Shultis

Rich Shultis began his comedy a little later than most comics. From NY to Florida, we talk about finding your audience and working the grind regardless of age. 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…

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