Brian Scott McFadden (Letterman, MTV) is here as we discuss: Homophobic jokes in the 90’s, fashion choices, living with someone, getting past your old baggage, and what do you spend money on.
Comedian Matthew Broussard (Comedy Central) is here as we discuss: How being authentic is hard work, how nasty ego can be, the importance of connecting with people, and the rules of threesomes!
Judge Herb Dodell is here with his book From The Trench to the Bench as we discuss: righteousness, abortion laws, dumb judges, having positive energy, and how to navigate the legal system.
New Jersey Medium Elena Servidio Schwinn is here as we discuss:
Taking in people’s energy, how a woman like’s to be kissed,
abusive people, and plus Harry and Andre’s dead relatives stop by.
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From SDR and gas digital, Ralph Sutton is here as we discuss: working with your strengths, alpha male, debating when lying is and isn’t ok to lie on dating sites, sleeping with multiple women, and we learn what bread-crumbing is.
From Capitol wrestling, Ash Samuels and guest co host from Sirius Radio, Joyelle Nicole is here as we discuss: When we already know the answer, how to be funny, and Harry's hair.
Some technical problems up front, comedian Steve Marshall is here with guest co-host Candi Clare, as we discuss: Getting past your rough childhood, fixing a broken relationship, being authentic.
From SiriusXM, comedian Von Decarlo is here and guest co-host Candi Clare, as we discuss: The difficulties of being a woman in show business, being paranoid, game of thrones, and Dante being more people up.
From MTV Comedian Menuhin Hart is here along with guest co-host Wendi Starling, as we discuss: Some of the Man school 202 rules, the balance of relationships, Harvey Weinstein, and the difficulty of threesomes.
From the CBS, NBC, and Star Talk, comedian Chuck Nice is here as along with guest co-host Wendi Starling, as we discuss: how changing your look will change your life, what it means to have credibility, and when it’s ok to change with the times.
This week's show, we delve heavily into the Incel world, and if there's a way to save these people. We're joined by Cris Italia and special guest host, Christine Meehan.