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The funny and charming Mary Houlihan drops in to talk to George about whether there’s a duality in her work as an artist and comedian. They also discuss classic rock favorites and their shared fandom of The Best Show.
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. Follow Mary Houlihan on Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
The hilarious Dean Masello stops by on his very own birthday to talk mustaches and his upcoming fatherhood! He also fills George in on his one man show “I’m So OCD”, as well as his lawyering past and MMA preferences.
The hilarious Dean Masello stops by on his very own birthday to talk moustaches and babies! Also, George quizzes him on his parenting skills before demonstrating proper potty etiquette. Follow Dean Masello on Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Charlie Hankin and Matt Porter of Good Cop Great Cop stop by the studio to talk huble beginnings and how they evolved as performers. George tests their closeness and gets them to punch up his New Yorker cartoon ideas.
Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App! Charlie Hankin and Matt Porter of the absurdist comedy duo Good Cop, Great Cop drop by to discuss their place in the pantheon of great comedy duos. Then later, they help George punch up his New Yorker cartoon ideas. Follow Good Cop Great Cop on Facebook and Twitter.
The lovely and talented Giulia Rozzi drops by to talk with George about their shared Massachusetts roots and her new album True Love. 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.
Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App! 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. Follow Giulia Rozzi on Twitter.
George welcomes the hilarious Brett Davis onto Spit Take Comedy and asks about his character work and winning the prestigious Andy Kaufman award. Later, Craig Evanhalen of the art punk band Bananazzz stops by to talk with and beat up George.
Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App! Comedian Brett Davis was scheduled to appear in this episode of Spit Take Comedy, but George had a moment of inspiration, and ditched Brett for the way cooler punk rocker, Craig Evanhalen, of the band BANANAZZZ — all caps, three Zs! They talked music in this special episode of Spit Take Comedy, filmed at Rough Trade in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Follow Brett Davis on Twitter.  Follow The Special Without Brett Davis on Facebook. Follow BANANAZZZ on Facebook
George welcomes the electrifying Nick Vatterott to the Spit Take couch for a high energy episode. They discuss Nick’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon, Donald Trump’s supporters and even squeeze in time for a little freestyle rap session.
Nick Vatterott drops by to chat with George, electrifying the Spit Take Comedy set with his bizarre brand of high energy humor. His impression skills are put to the test with a game of “Give Em A Voice,” and George finally confronts his high school bully! Follow Nick Vatterott on Twitter.
George invites funny dude and overall great guy Jason Saenz to Spit Take Comedy to show off his new desk and classic talk show moves. The hordes of teen girls in the studio audience thrill over Jason as he plays a game of “Would You Get High?” and discusses his ever clever Saenz Signs.
The hilarious Nick Turner stops by the Spit Take Comedy lair to discuss Donald Trump’s master plan, his new sexless dog, and how to handle hecklers. Things get really nostalgic when Nick and George discuss what they miss most about old New York.
The boisterously funny Nick Turner drops by to give George some tips on how to handle hecklers before putting him through the Heckler Challenge. Then later, they both reminisce about what they miss most about old New York City.

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