Hey hey playas! We’ve got Nick Bernstein, VP of west coast CBS late night programming. Hear about his early days as a page at NBC in Burbank, seating people at Leno and breaking up a fight on a game show. He also talks a little about the Leno-Conan kerfuffle and James Corden’s new show. And a word of advice, don’t ever ask Nick where someone is!
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Feasters! We’ve got comedian and former illegal immigrant Lachlan Patterson on the show this week. He tells heart-warming tales from Canada, like losing teeth and getting chased with hockey sticks. So, get some CrabFeast fer dat ass, ya hosers!
It’s Toozdee, time for some CrabFeast for dat ass! Our good friend Adrian Kulp is here. He’s a dad now, but we’ll hear about his younger days being a drunken fool in Mexico, trying to smuggle pot plants into his parents’ yard and crashing the gate at the Sony lot with a suitcase full of dildos.
Feasters Nation! Aussie comedy powerhouse Wil Anderson is back for a third visit to The Feast. Check out this this threepeat hat trick as we head down to Pikes market with some sleep apnea friends. But don’t worry, we got weed stories for the trip. Oh, and Matt Damon gives this episode two thumbs up.
We’ve got CrabFeast royalty in the house this week! It’s the Queen of Duke, Retta! Treat yo self to this episode and hear her diss on Clark Kellogg and talk about her newfound love of hockey.
If this is Toozdee, this must be a new CrabFeast with guests the Sklar Brothers! You know them as the hosts of Sklarbro Country podcast. We talk a lot of sports and comedy and Jay unsuccessfully lobbies them to become commissioner of baseball.
Feasters! Mr. Hollywood, comedian and writer Josh Wolf is finally on the Feast! We talk about the anti-climax of achieving big goals, the greatness of Johnny Carson, the weirdness of taxidermy and lots more. #FTCF *****
Feaster Nation! Making her first appearance on The CrabFeast is comedian and solid bowler Beth Stelling. She talks about why she’s known as the “white Tisha Campbell” and about her father’s career as a notorious street entertainer in Florida.