Stephanie Simbari and Elizabeth Kott from the That's So Retrograde podcast join Ku this week to brainstorm sketch ideas, talk about how to make a vision board, and what it's like to get a colonic.
Dave Juskow joins Ku this week to give his reaction to the Jewish Eeyore episode, share his story of how he almost got killed while hitting on a girl, and whether it's fun or mean to be mean.
Comedian Jessica Stern and Ku talk about the technological advances that need to be made for high heels, why Ku's bedroom wall is lined with lockers and what surprises her most when she looks in the mirror. Jessica Stern is a NYC comedian who has been on The Wendy Williams Show, Discovery Channel and the movie Sisters.
Billy Corben and Yoshi Obayashi join Ku this week to talk about his bucket list, corruption in Florida politics and his upcoming project Cocaine Cowboys Los Muchachos. Billy Corben is the creator of Cocaine Cowboys, The U, Broke and several other award-winning documentaries.
Dwayne Gill joins Ku this week to give advice on what not to say when being pulled over by a cop, how cops are misrepresented on TV, and how he almost got shot as an undercover cop. Dwayne Gill currently works as a comedian and a Michigan State Trooper. He has been on ABC's Detroit 187, The Bob and Tom Show, and the movie Crave.
Air Tabigue and Ku sit down to talk about running marathons, working in a female dominated environment and Filipino culture. Air Tabigue is a NYC comedian from Long Island who has appeared on NBC, FOX, TFC, and an Asian America special on PBS.
Plus Pierre and Kat Toledo join Ku this week to talk about the voodoo powers of Haitians, do an impromptu game show on Jesus and find out which states have higher lithium content and what effect that has on crime.
Peter Bisuito and Ku talk about what it means to be a Platinum Gay, the struggle of living two lives at once, and how Invisalign can improve one's sex life. Peter Busuito is a comedian whose been on Oprah and is currently trying to get on Ellen.
Jordan Carlos and Seth Herzog discuss the position of the equator, Brian Wilson's Smile album and very not near death experiences. Jordan Carlos is a comedian you may know from The Colbert Report, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore or Friends From College. Seth Herzog is a comedian you may know from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Role Models or The Baxter.
Lenny Schultz takes Ku on the journey of his career from the 1950's to present day. He regales the time he spent with Robin Williams, Andy Kaufman, Sam Kinison and Mitzi Shore. He is an outrageous act who has been on the Merv Griffen Show, The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, The Ed Sullivan Show, Laugh-In, etc.
TJ Del Reno and Ku invent a new dating app based on the length of time it takes to close the deal and debate whether getting free stuff as a girl is worth all the harassment. TJ Del Reno is a NYC comedian and host of Unlimited Lives Radio. You can hear his voice on cartoons Three Delivery and Yu-Gi-Oh 5D and the video game Bully.
Michael Panzeca and Ku talk about the Jaws themed Ron Bennington Show, a misplaced campfire that changed his life, and his motorcycle tour on his Harley Soft Tail Deluxe. Michael Panzeca is a comedian who also conducts group therapy for addicts at Recovery Unplugged.
Sheba Mason and Ku talk about getting scolded for laughing at a restaurant, the parable of Gideon and Ruth, and high school shenanigans.
Bill Oakley joins the Ku's to talk about how he developed his sense of humor, how he came up with the Malibu Stacy vs. Lisa episode, and the amount of freedom he was given as a writer on the Simpsons. Po Ku is a visual artist and is part of the original Ku and the Gang. Bill Oakley is a writer for the Simpsons, Futurama, and Mission Hill.
Freddy Stebbins joins Ku this week to talk about growing up in Miami in the eighties, what makes Ku tough, and Cubans. Freddy is a comedian whose voice you have heard at Dr. Doom and McAlligots Pool at Universal Studios and on Travel Channel's Get Packing. Freddy is also a Sociology professor at the country's largest college.
Imagine reminisces about the Laugh Lounge, gives advice on working clean and then does the unthinkable... he calls Ku classy. Imagine is a comedian who hosts a weekly show in the Bronx at Havanna Café.
James Davis joins Ku this week to talk about why he don't dabble in groupie sex, black culture, and his new Comedy Central Show Swagasaurus. James Davis is a comedian you've seen on Who's Got Jokes, MTV's Wild'n Out with Nick Cannon and Real Husbands of Hollywood.
Chaunte Wayans talks about growing up a Wayans, what Ku couldn't do right on the Wild'n Out set, and one of her first lesbian encounters. Chaunte Wayans is a comedian who has been on MTV2's Wild'n Out and Fifty Shades of Black.
Bert Kreischer explains the origins of the hashtag BertIsFat, there's a call to action to tweet Tom Segura #TomIsFat and a sober Doug Benson tells us who he wishes would do Getting Doug with High.
Del Harrison talks to Ku about why she chose to be a celibate stripper, self affirmations to maintain your self esteem and why guys with resting bitch face are not marriage material.
Aiko Tanaka joins Ku this week for a brief vocabulary lesson, tales of child labor, and how an addiction to compliments can lead to danger.
Kenny Woo talks to Ku about what it was like being a comedy superstar in jail, where to hide your stash, and what trailer babies are. Woo is a comedian from Harlem who you may have seen on Turnt Up! Komedy, in the Bahamas, Dominican Republic or all over New York City.
Chris Redd and Ku talk about tom boyishness, how he fixed his stuttering through rap, and humbleness. Aiko Tanaka joins us towards the end. Chris Redd is a comedian you may have seen in Never Stop Never Stopping, Empire, and Last Laff.
PK and Ku talk about North Korean refugees, religious cults, and the rampant violence in Korean households. PK is a comedian, founder of the Asian Talent Show Kollaboration and Co-Founder of LINK - Liberty in North Korea. He also hosts a podcast called Pinche Kimchi.
Lahna Turner joins Ku this week to talk about divorce, how she became Whasian, and being on diaper duty. Lahna Turner is a comedian you may have seen on her HULU One Hour Special So I Wrote A Song About It, Comedy Central, or on tour with Ralphie May.