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.