Mary Houlihan
Spit Take Comedy | ep38 | Apr 11, 2016
Mary Houlihan is a force to be reckoned with in the NYC comedy scene as star of her own meta-one woman show; co-creator of Cartoon Monsoon, a variety show with puppets and animated shorts; and with regular contributions to various comedy institutions like The Special Without Brett Davis, The Best Show, Jimmy Kimmel, and more. She was kind enough to stop in to visit with George to reminisce about their time as pen pals and to give him advice on what to do with his new puppet idea.

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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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