Giulia Rozzi
Spit Take Comedy | ep35 | Feb 29, 2016
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The lovely and talented Giulia Rozzi drops by to talk with George about their shared Massachusetts roots and funny Boston accents. Then later, George and Giulia play a game of “Let's Make A Power Couple" in which they seriously ponder whether Axl Rose and Little Richard might be capable of having a successful romantic relationship.

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About The Series //

COMEDY | George Flanagan sits down with up and coming comedians he's worked with since 2009 at his live comedy showcase in Brooklyn, New York. Funniness ensues.

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