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Do you hate New Year’s Eve? No? Well, you probably should. Brooke sure does, and she’s gonna let you know why!
SPOILERS: Brooke bitches about everything she thinks is wrong with Christmas.
In this episode of Bitch Talk, Brooke explains the frustration that comes from being someone who loses stuff all the time.
“Who gives a $&%# if you're alone?” This week on Bitch Talk With Brooke, we hear from Brooke about why breakups are maybe the best worst thing to ever happen.
Welcome to Bitch Talk With Brooke, a new series featuring Brooke Comegys letting loose on topics she has strong opinions about. In this first episode, Brooke talks about her time as a waitress in New York City. Follow Brooke on Twitter and Instagram.
The sharply dressed and sharp witted Colin Burgess pays a visit to Spit Take Comedy to chat with George about his unusually tiny baby and what he is and isn't willing to put on his pee pee. Though the episode ends on a positive note, a heated argument breaks out between Colin and George that adds a bit of draaaaaaama to the proceedings.
Mobile Week - If you've kept your eyes on the road lately, chances are you've seen a car adorned with a bumper sticker. Some drivers use one, but some use 10. Many students use stickers to support their college, while parents use them to show that their kids have good grades. Regardless, everyone with a bumper sticker has something to say.
Comedian Dave Hill discusses his superfandom for Eddie Van Halen with George and how it put a dent in his wallet along with near-crippling discomfort in his feet.
The delightful Maeve Higgins pays a visit to the Spit Take Comedy couch to discuss her prowess at pranks and strange voices. George also reveals Maeve’s amazing psychic abilities in a segment called “Does Maeve Higgins Have Psychic Powers?”
Comedian, writer, and rock aficionado Dave Hill gets his mettle AND metal tested as he and George discuss the soothing power of candles and pashminas. They also play a game of “Metal Or Made Up” to finish off the visit. Metal to the core!
Only a guest like Jacqueline Novak would have the zest for living that would inspire her to lie, rather than sit, on the Spit Take Comedy couch. Watch as she and George discuss the hierarchy of men and the best way to eat a slice of pizza... but be careful -- she may just knock you on your ass.
Whimsical chalkboard signs are a common sight for storefronts, but the drawings may cause more confusion than outreach. Some of the most effective chalkboard phrases are ones that maintain relevancy.
The sharply dressed and sharp witted Colin Burgess pays a visit to Spit Take Comedy to chat with George about his unusually tiny baby and what he is and isn't willing to put on his pee pee. Though the episode ends on a positive note, a heated argument breaks out between Colin and George that adds a bit of draaaaaaama to the proceedings.
This week we have a laugh with humor blogger Charlie Hatton!