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Terribly Funny with Steve Basilone

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Steve chats with writer/comedian, James Kirkland (A Friend of the Devil, Community) about being ready to make life changes, the workings of the brain, and how much courage it takes to get through a day.
Steve sits down with actress/songwriter, Hayley Orrantia (The Goldbergs, The Way Out) to chat about trust, resilience, and what it's like when you're conned by someone you love.
Steve talks to actor, Shayne Topp (The Goldbergs, Smosh) about tooth problems, being a young actor, and scary encounters with enormous bears.
Steve chats with writer/performer, Dave Horwitz (Don't Trust the B, Rick and Morty) about break-ups, professional set backs, losing a friend, and living through emotional shit storms.
Steve sits down with actress/comedian, Jessy Hodges (Barry, Pen15) to discuss finding your voice, feeling marginalized, guilt, dealing with anger, and anger towards men.
Steve sits down with writer/director, Max Silvestri (Big Mouth, Billy on the Street) to talk about trust, betrayal, and young love.
Steve sits down again with the man who started it all, his father -- Larry Basilone. They talk about getting older, vulnerability and the power of positive thinking.
Steve sits with actor, Sam Lerner (Monster House, The Goldbergs) to discuss the pitfalls of growing up in LA, smoking weed as a teenager, and how to maintain a good perspective.
Steve chats with the lovely actress/writer, Alison Rich (The Goldberg's, SNL) about complicated mentors, surrogate parental figures and co-dependent relationships.
Steve chats with writer Noah Garfinkel (New Girl, Kroll Show) about bed bugs, Garfield as a potential gay icon, and the loss of a close friend.
Steve sits down to talk with actor, Matt Bush (The Goldbergs, Adventureland) about break-ups, tough choices, health scares, and weird dick stuff.
Steve sits down with actor Zach Knighton (Happy Endings, Parenthood, Magnum PI) to talk about dealing with guilt, divorce, a crazy career and eventually -- feeling happy.
Steve chatted a year ago to actress/writer, Allison Raskin (Just Between Us, Gossip Podcast, I Hate Everyone But You)about compulsions, medications and dealing with depression at a very early age.
In a new season premiere, Steve chats with actress Andrée Vermeulen (Angie Tribeca, How To Train Your Dragon) about first memories, horses, and recovering from abusive relationships.
Steve talks to comedian/podcaster, Kristen Carney (Mentally Ch(ill), Loveline) about bullying, mental health, losing a friend to suicide and the solace in knowing tomorrow will be different.
Steve chats with actress/producer, Katy Stoll (Cracked, Adam Ruins Everything), about fun stuff like addiction, loss, and forgiveness.
Steve chats with actor, Jonathan Lipnicki (Jerry Maguire, Stuart Little, Mr. Student Body President) about the pitfalls of being a child actor, growing up under a microscope, and maintaining a career, positive attitude and a sense of humor.
Steve talks to writer, Audrey Wauchope (Cougar Town, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), about fun stuff like parenting, blocking out your early twenties, and sexual abuse!
Steve chats with writer, Niki Schwartz-Wright (The Office, Speechless) about chronic pain, anger issues, and misogyny!
Steve chats with writer/director, Alex Fernie (Children's Hospital, Bajillion Dollar Properties) about mortality, music and losing a best friend at the age of 23.
Steve talks with actor, Will Greenberg (Wrecked, Halt and Catch Fire) about guilt, privilege and stealing VHS porn.
Steve chats with writer/podcaster, Doug Mand (How I Met Your Mother, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Doodie Calls) about the pitfalls of marriage, being too close with a parent, and premature ejaculation. Give it a listen!
Steve chats with writer/director, Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Phillip, Queen of Earth) about adolescent humiliation, the benefits and pitfalls of anger, and Winnie the Pooh.
Steve chats with director Alethea Jones (Fun Mom Dinner, American Woman) about losing her sister in her early 20s, briefly becoming born again, and how it all lead to a career behind the camera.
Steve talks to director, Payman Benz (Last Man On Earth, Key & Peele) about fleeing from Iran, choosing a new name, and losing mans best friend.
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Podcast Details
Apr 16th, 2016
Latest Episode
May 17th, 2019
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