Jeff and Jesse speak with San Diego comedian Damien Pruitt. He talks about possibly having to work the road or move to L.A. to expand his career, working on new material at open mics, and the barrage of new comics.
Jeff and Jesse return to the mic to discuss what they have been up to, some of their worst shows, and some of the good shows they've been apart of lately.
Jeff and Jesse sit down with San Diego comedian Emily Allyn. They discuss how women's only line ups is a good marketing ploy, the 3 rules of comedy, and the importance of getting to today's L.A.
Jeff and Jesse chat with currently touring comedian Brendan Gay. They discuss him in midst of performing in 52 cities in 52 weeks, adjusting his material throughout the country, and taking advantage of every time on stage.
Jeff and Jesse are once again stood up by their potential guest. This gives them an opportunity to discuss a possible money payment issue avoided, a rough show in Lakeside, and the difficulties of opening a show.
Jeff and Jesse chat about the problem with bookers focusing or not focusing on who they book on shows, diversity in comedy, and what to focus on with your own comedy.
Jeff and Jesse sit down with San Diego comedian Veronica Burgess. They discuss her losing her chance to do a Shakespeare play due to a leg injury, getting back into stand up, and writing her own play.
Jeff and Jesse sit down with San Diego comedian, Chris Curtis. They discuss sketch comedy, writing scripts, and a local open mic mic.
Jeff and Jesse sit down with San Diego comedian Austin Train. They discuss taking chances on stage, working in new material, and whether you should perform for yourself or the audience.
Jeff and Jesse sit down with San Diego comedian Barbara Thomason. She talks about taking improv and stand up classes, being distracted by working with a celebrity, and the crazy dating world of 2017.