It's been quite some time since I've recorded a podcast, and I'm happy to say that I'm back in a big way. I'm hosting at Tacoma Comedy Club this week and headliner, Sean Patton, was gracious enough to sit down and talk to me for a little bit. We are joined in the green room by Kelsey Cook (Cook'd on www.podaholics.com) and Shane Torres (hilarious comedian based out of Portland).


Sean tells us a great story from his days working in the kitchen of a restaurant. He talks about his experiences on Conan and Jimmy Fallon.

It's a great half hour, and I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
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Sarah Skilling comes into the studio and talks about her past, present, and future. It's all a little crazy and embarrassing, and she told us EVERYTHING.

I really enjoyed this episode, and I look forward to having her back on the podcast

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In this episode Chris and I are joined by Nigel Larson. Nigel is a hard working comic that moved to Seattle from New York. He tells some fun stories from the road, and some of the best don't even involve comedy. Listen and enjoy.

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In this episode co-host Chris Nolan and I are joined by Kevin Addison. We talk about why a handsome, Lenny Kravitz look alike would ever feel like people didn't care about him. Listen and enjoy.

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On this episode I brought along a great co-host, Chris Nolan, to help me keep the pace going. Andrew Rivers is our guest. He is one of the hardest working comics out of Seattle, he is about to go out on the road again, and he decided to spend some time with us to tell everyone how fun, sad, and exciting the road can be.

Please enjoy this episode.

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In this episode I sit down with comedy power couple Stefan Davis and Dana Sitar. Stefan is a working comedian, and Dana is a published writer.  They recently moved to Seattle after spending months on the road together. Here is their story.

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I accidently deleted the original post because I wanted to add Monica's website and twitter info. www.monicanevi.com, www.facebook.com/monicanevi, and www.twitter.com/monicanevi.

We had 55 hits in less than 24 hours and then I fat fingered the edit button and deleted the post instead. I'm sorry for being an idiot.

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On this episode I interview the very fascinating Dan Duarte. He is probably one of the most emotionally challenged people I have met. I could have talked to him for hours, but we only had one. I hope you enjoy listening to what this standup comedian, army veteran, scared, and damaged man says. I cannot say enough about how much I enjoyed our conversation, so I'll quit typing and just let you listen.

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In the second episode I spend time talking to Seattle comic, Nam Huynh, about life, comedy, the death of his mother, and why he's not a good person. I think talking to other people about why they are sad is going to help me realize that I am not that bad after all. A guy like Nam was a great person to start with.

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I talk about my depression and thoughts of suicide. Seattle comedy comes up and various other things. I realize that I may perform better on other people's podcasts, and I need to look into have a guest real soon.

I love you all.

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