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Possible T.J. Miller Podcast On The Horizon

Photo by Susan Moss - www.susanmossphotography.comOne of comedy's current favorite sons, T.J. Miller, received a nice write-up by Deborah Vankin and The Los Angeles Times today. The article does a great job capturing the rad Miller combo of goofiness and intelligence in his approach to his numerous comedic pursuits - acting, stand-up and much more. Part of that "more" for Miller may include a regular podcast all his own. The article mentions Miller's plans for a podcast in the near future, along with his pending rap comedy album release. Check-out the full article here.

Until the world receives a T.J. Miller-hosted podcast, comedy and podcast fans should always take note when Miller makes an appearance on Doug Loves Movies. His frequent appearances on the part movie talk part trivia game show, hosted by his friend, Doug Benson, are typically some of the best and comedy happenings - podcast and beyond. Benson and Miller share a great familiarity with each other and often purposefully go after each other during the shows. Few guests can fluster Benson the way Miller does on Doug Loves Movies. It's always a treat. It's a pretty safe bet, Miller will be able to capture that obnoxious comedic spirit whenever his own show takes shape.

Miller is finding a semi-permanent home for his live comedy in Los Angeles with the creation of his new monthly variety show at the critically acclaimed Largo Theater in Los Angeles. The show debuts this Sunday (June 5th).


Jimmy Pardo & Never Not Funny Get Some Press & Hit The Road

Photo by Mandee Johnson www.mandeejohnson.comJimmy Pardo and his Never Not Funny gang had a nice write-up in the Los Angeles Times from Deborah Vankin. The article is a great overview of Pardo's recent success working for Conan and the popularity of his long running podcast.

Never Not Funny recently announced another live show - this time in Denver at The Gothic Theater on Saturday, July 16th. Pardo is also bringing the podcast live show to New York City on June 18th at The Blender Theater at Grammercy. Anything Pardo does with a live audience is always a must-see experience. Always unique and never duplicated. If you're in those areas, you have guaranteed entertainment coming your way.

Be sure to subscribe for the upcoming 9th Season of Never Not Funny. The show keeps getting better. Now is as good as time as any to jump in.