Special musical guest Frances Quinlan of Hop Along joins improvisers Dan Lippert, Jon Mackey, and Seth Morris for this week’s improv4humans! Hop Along plays songs that inspire scenes about a kid under pressure to whistle well, an open house that attracts jazz fans, and a mom who finds a solution for bullies on the dark web. Later, a family hashes out their issues at Disneyland, sloppy weapons testers cause lab accidents, and a library gets packed with bands researching their songs. This episode is sponsored by The Jim Jefferies Show podcast.
Recorded live from Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, Marissa and Listler travel once again from Marina Del Ray to Hollywood to present an episode of their podcast project Womp It Up! We’ll catch up with Health teacher Mr. Joe Bongo (Andy Daly), Humanities teacher Rhonda DeLuce (Danielle Schneider), Drama teacher Dr. Lionel Drioche (Seth Morris), and star theatre student Marissa Willard (Casey Wilson) as they preview the newest project from Marina Del Rey High’s theatre department.
Will Hines, Shaun Diston, and Seth Morris join Matt Besser for this week’s improv4humans! They’ll introduce us to a human doormat, a registered poser, and a student who takes lunch wherever he pleases. Plus, we’ll hear about a “history of the future” class, a musical about the banana shortage, and a stand-up comic who relies on charm instead of humor.
Stand-up comedian John Mulaney joins Scott to talk about the process of writing transitions for his new special Kid Gorgeous at Radio City, where he would like to haunt as a ghost, and his celebrity net worth. Then, sports bar poet Clovis Mandrake stops by to read some of his work. Plus, former teapot Mrs. Potts returns to talk about her new love interest. This episode is brought to you by Rick & Morty, Joe Pera Talks With You on Adult Swim, and Black Tux (www.blacktux.com/BANGBANG).
Musical guest St. Lenox joins improvisers Paul F. Tompkins, Seth Morris, and Janet Varney for this week’s improv4humans! St. Lenox plays a selection of songs that inspire scenes about a jingle karaoke bar, the ghosts of deceased authors, and law students with big dreams. Plus, they’ll visit a highly advanced kindergarten before following Janet through her high school reunion.