The outrageous Maria Heinegg pays George a visit to discuss her active bisexual-vegan-crossfit-and-many-more-hyphens lifestyle. George also offers her his services as a life coach and the two take a much needed gumball break.
The hilarious Joe Zimmerman stops by the studio to delve deeply into the Spin Doctors’ back catalog and to play a rousing game of "Andrew Jackson: Did He Do That?"
Comedian and writer Maeve Higgins tells George about the reality behind so-called “love at first sight” -- chemical reactions and timing may have more to do with it than anything.
Comedian Maeve Higgins shares her opinions on the differences between who current home of NYC and her previous home of London, as well as which she prefers.
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.
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!
The charming comedian and writer Alison Leiby swings by the Spit Take Comedy studio to discuss her self-help parody books. Later George and Alison share a touching "Mom's Corner" where they discuss how to train your child to kill you and other fun stuff.
The hilarious Nick Naney drops by and helps instigate the filthiest installment of Spit Take Comedy yet! Nothing is off limits as Nick discusses the time he guest-hosted the Naked Comedy Show at NYC comedy hotspot The Creek and the Cave, as well as unfortunate offers of oral sex and so-called “sperm parties” -- all with equal enthusiasm and insight. Nick also gives heartfelt advice to President Obama and others in a segment we call "Just In The Nick of Time."
The delightful Sue Smith pays a visit to the new Spit Take Comedy headquarters, which she finds so cozy she even takes her shoes off. Sue fills George in on the difference between improv and stand-up, and plays a game of "Tatt-oops!" in which Sue has to decide which real tattoos are the most regrettable!
Comedian Matt Ruby pays a visit to the Spit Take Comedy lair to discuss his transition from the music world to the comedy world, as well as to fill George in on what it was like to grow up with two parents who had opposing lifestyles. Also, in a new installment of “Topical Topics.” both Matt and George rip the Grammys a new one.
Joe Rumrill stops by for this episode of Spit Take Comedy and charms both George and his mom. This nice young man not only proves he has what it takes to be the first comedian featured on a Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade float, but also gives George's mom some nickname pointers. And, sadly, the crew lets George down...
The inimitable Dave Rosinsky drops by for a spirited conversation with George that covers everything from his advanced karate skills to his former career as bassist for Smash Mouth. Things get really heated when George presses Dave on where exactly he hides his porn these days.
Brendan McLaughlin drops by to chat with George about his recent appearance in Wasted Frasier, as well as being named one of the Top 1000 Comedians of 2014. Brendan, who has written for MTV and Best Week Ever, offers some writing advice and plays a fun round of “The Replacements Game.”
Brendan McLaughlin drops by to chat with George about his recent appearance in Wasted Frasier, as well as being named one of the Top 1000 Comedians of 2014. Brendan, who has written for MTV and Best Week Ever, offers some writing advice and plays a fun round of “The Replacements Game.”
George kicks off a fresh new season of Spit Take Comedy with the very funny Taylor Clark. Not only has Taylor hilariously hosted great Brooklyn comedy shows like Castle Comedy and Big Ups, but he's also recently become a new dad. Here, Taylor recounts the birth of his child and George quizzes him on his baby smarts.