Kevin Bartelt and Yusong Liu, the producers of Hollywood Handbook and Doughboys, join forces to create their own instantly forgettable podcast. Each week features heart to heart discussions, groundbreaking interviews (of each other), captivating character studies (themselves), original short stories and even live music.
This week, Kevin & Yusong announce they're taking a break from the podcast, reflect on what they've learned, and discuss songs from the D.A.R.E. program. A huge thank you to everyone who's listened and supported.
We'll see you in season 2!
We're joined by Ben Sheehan (OMG WTF Does the Constitution Actually Say?) to have an enlightening capital-c Conversation about how our government actually works on our lowercase-c comedy podcast. Plus, we get into the difficulties and benefits of not caring about what other people think.
This week, we're joined by Kevin T. Porter (Good Christian Fun, Inside Voices) to discuss appreciating family time and the value of taking photos. Plus, we talk about the benefits of contacting friends out of the blue, and not just when you have a reason.
This week, Kevin & Yusong are joined by Lauren Lapkus (Newcomers, The Wrong Missy) to discuss what to avoid right after getting your license, misconceptions about our crushes as teens, and the many benefits of learning something new.
Kevin & Yusong are joined by Ify Nwadiwe (Candy Dinner, Nerdificent) who shares his journey to finding his crowd. Plus, we take a fun detour to explore topics such as anime, taking it easy on your workout routine while at home and how to make a quality thirst trap.
Kevin and Yusong are joined by the incredible Mitra Jouhari (Three Busy Debras, Urgent Care) to discuss pretending to know what you're doing, apologizing mid-concert and the joys of a hobby where you can let yourself be bad.
Yusong is worried he's fated for sadness, Kevin shares his perspective on handling week 2 of quarantine, plus the first ever impromptu Lowercase-c comedy Theater. Plus plus, we discuss the benefits of going out of your comfort zone and seeking out art that motivates you.
This week, Kevin & Yusong settle on a new format before discussing intimidating 6th graders, celebrating half-birthdays and forgetting to make plans. Plus, we open up some fan mail on lowercase-c comedy theater.
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Kevin & Yusong are joined by the incredible Jackie Johnson (Natch Beaut) to discuss spotting red flags in relationships, taking self care seriously and simple steps in starting a skincare routine.
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This week, Yusong discusses his anxieties of being taken seriously in the workplace, Kevin checks in on his already faulty New Years’ Resolutions, and we visit a dating advice radio show on another edition of Lowercase-c Comedy Theater.
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Kevin and Yusong are joined by Shannon Locke (Ask Me About Kpop) who share stories about the struggles and victories of babysitting, cat-sitting, and high school status symbols. Plus, we discuss the culture shock of going to college and the importance of teaching yourself things.
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Kevin and Yusong start off with some impossibly strong monologue jokes before producer-writer Andy Kneis (The Flagrant Ones, The Crypt Keeper Slays the Hits) joins them to discuss an intense search for a bathroom and how to make time for creative pursuits after work.
Kevin and Yusong are joined by podcast producer superstar Matt Apodaca (What's With These Homies Talkin' About Weezer, Candy Dinner) to discuss an all-consuming year of comedy, taking time for yourself and more. Plus, a drop-in from two surprise guests.
Kevin and Yusong are joined by their first ever guest, writer and director Cody Ziglar (Craig of the Creek, She-Hulk) to talk about coming-of-age moments, finding your perfect social life balance, and more!
Kevin and Yusong are back, recording late for the first ever Maybe Don’t Nights. Yusong discusses his hate-watching experience of Cats, we visit a dating show taking place in an airplane and Kevin shares his insights after 5 years in Los Angeles. Plus, another edition of Netflix and Chili.
Kevin & Yusong are back in 2020 with some of their strongest (self-proclaimed) material! Yusong describes his trip to China, Kevin shares some harrowing conversations over the holidays, and we visit a songwriters' summit.
On the last Maybe Don’t of 2019, Kevin and Yusong discuss their New Years resolutions, visit a performance review in Lowercase-c comedy Theatre and discuss their difficulties with planning and tradition. A huge thank you to everyone who listened and supported us throughout the year!
Yusong and Kevin discuss the side effects of anti-anxiety medication, more stories from London and answer listener questions about video games and making new friends*.
*Maybe Don’t is not liable for any damages to your friendships
Kevin and Yusong answer listener questions about moving to LA, work-life balance and if you can be friends with an ex.
They'll be doing another Q&A ep in a few weeks, so send any questions to email@example.com!
Kevin and Yusong give conversation advice (from two people who constantly fail at it), sing about their party preferences, and a doctor lists some strange side effects in a new Lowercase-c Comedy Theater.
Yusong discusses his new job (!!!), Kevin talks about prioritizing, and a classroom experiences a scared straight program for podcasting. Plus, a song about Thanksgiving dinner conversations and how to take care of your boat in the winter.
Kevin is back with stories from tour, Yusong recalls times where he’s hidden from social events and a presidential candidate’s YouTube history is explored in Lowercase-c comedy Theatre. Plus, a short story called “The Weather in Hell is Nice."
Kevin and Yusong discuss their most memorable Halloween costumes, childhood influences and bring back the long awaited Netflix & Chili. Plus, a short story called "How to Succeed in Business by Becoming a Bad Person."
Kevin and Yusong try to get on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, take the beginning steps for co-hosts couples therapy and discuss things that make them happy.
To nominate them for next year's 30 Under 30, go to https://www.forbes.com/30-under-30-nominations/#931da626ff59.
Kevin and Yusong confront guilt after plans fall through, read highly personal fan fiction and explore the life of an AirBnB host. Plus, they introduce the first ever editions of The Shame Corner and On This Day In Seventh Grade.