The Talent Crush Chat show is a podcast hosted by Stevie Jackson and Christopher Royce dedicated to discussing the art and culture they adore, and occasionally talking to the people who make it. New episodes the first Wednesday of every month.
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In episode #21 of The Talent Crush Chat Show, Stevie and Chris discuss the proper order of holiday celebrations (no overlap!) before diving into a veritable vat of comedy. They cover Stevie’s attendance at a live taping of Comedy Bang Bang, Chris’s enjoyment of Josh Gondelman’s book Nice Try, the wonders to be discovered up Schitt’s Creek, and whether comedy specials - or really any two things - should be compared. Plus much more! Pictures of the cast and theatre of the CBB show in Vancouver that Stevie attended! [Photo Credit: Lauren Lapkus’s Instagram] - Comedy Bang Bang - Andy Daly on the Dead Authors Podcast Part 1 and Part 2 - Dan Mangan - Schitt’s Creek - The “Alexis says ‘David’” compilation that we borrowed for this episode. [Thanks to Steven Wood on YouTube.] - Our episode from last year with Carla Cackowski wherein she talks about Catherine O’Hara - Capote and Infamous - Articles about workplace productivity that Chris referenced: 21 HOURS: THE CASE FOR A SHORTER WORKING WEEK & Microsoft tried a 4-day work week — and productivity soared - Josh Gondelman – Nice Try - Jenny Slate – Stage Fright - Greg Gulman – The Great Depresh Please consider donating to the following worthy organizations: - SAYes - WWF (Not the wrestling one!) (the *aminals* one!)
It's our 20th episode! Chris & Stevie chat about comic books, auteur filmmaking, the pink tax, all kinds of podcasts (that you can listen to AFTER you finish this one) and much more! Visit https://talentcrushchatshow.tumblr.com for show notes and more! Please consider supporting Heifer International and the Detroit Creativity Project.
On episode#19, Stevie and Chris talk about a wide variety of things including (but by no means limited to) fake brand names, scary movies, Fleabag, Unbelievable, GLOW, Geena Davis, Between Two Ferns, and why Tom Hanks might make a perfect Bond Villain. Please consider supporting Oxfam and the Center for Science in the Public Interest.