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Do You Even Laugh?

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This week Tony chats with Boston comedy heavy-hitter Chris Tabb about the importance of live comedy shows, his remarkable crowd work, the future of live entertainment following the "Blip", why Thanos might have been right, and more!
In this week's episode, Tony is joined by Boston heavy-hitter Don Zollo where they discuss Bill Burr's jokes at the Grammys, the Patrice O'Neal documentary, why new rap music sucks, and more!
Tony chats with Rhode Island comedian Frank Gazerro about the gradual return of live stand-up comedy in Providence, facing pressure while producing a show with Todd Barry, Red Dead Redeption, and more!
Tony chats with Providence comedian Kirsten Logan about how she hates the word "fiancé", finding your confidence in the world of stand-up comedy, how COVID turned her into a plant lady, and much more!
Tony chats with Boston comedy staple Kathe Farris on teaching stand-up comedy to first-timers, important lessons she's learned and passed on, teaching before and during COVID-19, and more!
Tony chats with comedian Mike Bain about his recent trip to Columbia with staggering cultural differences compared to the U.S., people that started comedy during COVID-19, leaving atheism, and how it feels to be grateful!
Tony chats with Worcester comic Brieana Woodward about going blonde, her tattoo tour, and roasting another comic so bad that they had a mental breakdown onstage!
In this episode, Tony chats with Boston comic and host of "The Actual News" Alex Giampapa about the state of affairs the country is in, conspiracy theories, manipulation through social media and the news, big tech, the powers that be, and how e
Tony chats with the 3rd-place finalist of the 2020 Boston Comedy Festival, Sam Rossi. They discuss Zoom shows, how it feels doing stand-up while in high school, the perfect heckle, and more!
Tony recaps 2020 with fellow Boston comedian Chris Post . They discuss how they've used this time to grow, getting tattoos, how 2020 has made us desensitized to shock and how that can actually be a good thing.
Tony is joined by comedian Paul Landwehr where they discuss stand-up comedy's fight against COVID-19 in New Hampshire versus Massachusetts, finding joy in the pain of deadlifts, being a first-time biker, and more!
Tony chats with fellow Boston comedian and co-host of the "Ready Set Blow" podcast, Chase Abel about grinding during a pandemic, visiting Dave Chappelle's ranch,  appearance in an Aaron Hernandez documentary, fighting Aliens or Predators, and m
After a 3-month hiatus, Tony returns with an update on the comedy world, and life in general after expecting at least another year of COVID-19.
Tony returns from his hiatus to recap his summer, the birth of Boston's only live open mic during the COVID-19 pandemic, and his long-awauted lasik eye surgery.
As we inch closer to the end of quarantine, Tony recaps ten guidelines he follows while practicing the invaluable art of stand-up comedy.
As Massachusetts gradually reopens out of the Corona Virus pandemic, Tony recaps the state's 4-Phase plan, as well as explain why the 2019 film 'JOKER' hits home for nearly every wannabe comedian.
Tony takes time in quarantine to celebrate the decline in celebrity worship and how Hollywood is imploding on its own shallowness.
With quarantine from the Corona virus nearly over, Tony reminds us why it's important to take advantage of this time to do something productive, like quit comedy.
While quarantined, Tony is already exhausted by the "Tiger King" memes, and briefly discusses Louis CK's latest special "Sincerely Louis CK."
Tony welcomes his long-awaited guest, Zenobia Del Mar, who released her debut comedy album "Reckless with the Truth." The two discuss the making of her album, the effects of the Corona Virus on the comedy world, preparing for the zombie apocaly
Tony comments on the sudden rise of Corona virus and how it has become that new open-micer that is getting booked everywhere, despite hardly ever killing.
After a two-month absence, Tony dusts off the mic to bid farewell to legendary rock station WAAF where he spent an incredible 4-and-a-half years as their digital content specialist.
We close out 2019 with the Gutter Boys Kenny Capozzi, Big D and Shawn Sarro by looking back on some of our fondest memories from one of Boston's most beautifully chaotic comedy open mics.
In this very merry Christmas-episode of the podcast, Tony chats with Dale Cover, who is one of the most ambitious and tech-savvy comedians in New England about his new "Overbooked" app, lessons learned from Hell gigs, hecklers, Eddie Murphy's b
Tony is joined by comedians AJ Hapenny and Ian Stuart where they recap a private Christmas gig that required some extra effort to break in the crowd, comedy career highs to lows, how personal style can affect your stage presence, and more!
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