Comedian Bobby Collins (called "the most natural comedian working today" by the New York Times) chats with two new performer friends each week about comedy, art, and what goes into making their performances.
Bobby talks to comedians Adam Ferrara ("Top Gear USA," "Nurse Jackie") and Cathly Ladman ("Curb Your Enthusiasm," "I'm Dying Up Here") about Bobby's new washing machine, Adam's time on "Nurse Jackie," and taking road trips with your family.
Bobby talks to comedians Caroline Rhea ("Sabrina the Teenage Witch", GSN's "Caroline and Friends") and Francisco Ramos ("Last Comic Standing", Netflix's "Gentefied") about old people on cruise ships, bi-lingual standup, and getting heckled in Scotland.
Bobby talks with comedians George Wallace (Seinfield, The Tonight Show) and Maryellen Hooper (Lounge Lizards on Comedy Central, Disney Cruise Lines) about being an opening act for Frank Sinatra, how to deal with a harsh audience, and rich preachers.
Bobby talks with comedians Colin Quinn (SNL, Night At the Roxbury, and Netflix's Red State Blue State) and Lynne Koplitz (Comedy Central Presents and Netflix's Hormonal Beast) about blind dates over Zoom, pervy old movies, and the one time Colin pretended he was a cop.
Bobby talks with comedians Chris Roach (Kevin Can Wait on CBS) and John Ziegler (Winner, Mohegan Sun’s 2016 Funniest Comics on the East Coast) about Chinese food, coughing on strangers, and Chris’s old career in the NYPD.