Eddie Brill comes by to discuss philosophy from Peter Singer. The conversation ranges from healthy eating to peace of mind, deflecting negativity and living in the positive, caring for others and caring for yourself. Danny and Eddie have been friendly for years and it shows in this very entertaining and in depth discussion.
Melissa Villasenor visits the show this week to talk Wassily Kandinsky, Art, Music, Comedy, Life, Death, Religion, G-d, Praying, Loving and tattooing. Melissa is one of the most fun acts to watching LA and she shows us why in this episode. She is both very honest and vulnerable as well as funny and talented in so many ways from impressions to singing to just being Melissa.
Mike Lawrence and Danny Lobell discuss Thor, Superman, Batman, Moonnight, Spiderman, Clover (Danny’s Super hero he made up as a kid) Breaking Bad, The Flintstones, Cicero, The Flintstone’s again and Les Miserables in this weeks show. We find out why Mike still loves comics and we figure out how government should be running. Enjoy!
Todd Glass and Danny Lobell discuss the works of John Locke this week. The conversation ranges from Todd discussing his “sheding the shed” (coming out) to social justice, identity, religion, chilld abuse and even eggplant parmisan! Todd has great things to say and there are some fantastic funny and touching moments in the whole thing. All in all a great talk! Enjoy!
Kelly Carlin and Danny have become close friends over the past few years so this episode aside from being interesting is also full of laughs. The two discuss the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson and get into ideas on Nature, Spirituality, Banter, and even revisit an old Carlin family theme; Plastic.
This is one you don’t want to miss folks!
Marc Maron invites Danny into his legendary garage for this week’s episode and even lets him sit in his chair which may or may not possess magical comedy powers. The two discuss Baruch Spinoza and the idea of God and Nature vs. the more traditional idea of an interpersonal creator.
Other topics covered are faith, being comfortable with yourself and figuring out how to best contribute to the world.
It’s Maron folks so…yea! go listen!
In the season two finale, Danny and Alex meet in Alex’s apartment (which has turtles opposed to tortoises) and the two compare notes on the season. Alex teaches Danny some new philosophy terms and Danny tells Alex his story about his short lived friendship with the legendary Andrew Dice Clay. Enjoy!