Jason Rouse joins Ku this week to talk about why Asian hotels hire Canadians, how he got popular in Sweden, and how the Imp of the Perverse propels his lifestyle.
Rosie Tran joins Ku this week to talk about what's considered sexual assault in comedy, how bitcoin works and why she stopped mining for bitcoins.
YouTuber Failure Accomplished joins Ku this week to talk Communism in Cuba and North Korea, Matt Lawyer, and Megan Markle.
Dante Chang joins Ku this week to talk about the state of affairs in North Korea and a close brush he had with the AIDS virus.
Yoshi Obayashi joins Ku this week to talk about why she's not so Europe-friendly and what kind of discrimination he experiences at brothels.
Kerryn Feehan and Myka Fox join Ku this week to talk about why she wrote a letter to her ex's parents, sexual harassment in Hollywood, and what they would name their eggs.
Jackson McQueen joins Ku this week to talk about growing a southern baptist and what it's like being an atheist in the black community.
Andy Kindler joins Ku this week to talk about why he analyzes his performance in real time out loud and the disorders they have in common.
Kate Quigley joins Ku this week to discuss how our midwestern roots have prevented us from being sexually harassed by Hollywood executives.
Agostino Zoida and Kevin Lyons join Ku this week to talk about scrambled eggs, high fives versus hugs and Joey Diaz.
Steve Hofstetter and Ku discuss what it was like going to school with a bunch of Rabbi wannabes, his plan to get back at a cheating ex, and the TV show Laffs that he executed produced.
Mike Tully joins Ku this week to discuss lost childhoods, the real motivation behind being a cock tease, and having children.
Don Barris joins Ku this week to offer the male point of view on her couch story, to inquire the motivation behind such a move, and to pick her brain on getting a good social media following.
Michael Panzeca joins Ku over the phone from Southern Florida to talk about how he prepared for Hurricane Irma, how Ku escaped the hurricane, and why he decided to stay.
Geno Bisconte joins Ku this week to answer all her dumb questions about football, what sport she would be good at, and how to spot an oblivious threesome wanter.
Aiko joins Ku this week to talk about the first time a man winked at her, whether pity should be kept private, and which teachers they had crushes on in high school.
Chris Wylde joins Ku to discuss what made him delete his social media accounts, growing up United Methodist, and a ridiculous run in with Penn or Teller.
The cast of Sorry Not Sorry joins Ku this week to talk how they found out someone unfollowed them on Instagram, why overeating is problematic, and how the industry takes advantage of young actresses.
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Yoshi Obayashi joins Ku this week to talk about the business of selling eggs, the Hollywood Bowl, and how shedding tears gained him the sympathy to get out of a tricky situation.
Aiko Tanaka, Kevin Shea and Josh Spear join Ku for the very first live podcast taping at Flappers Comedy Club. They play a game of Guess Whose Comment It Is.
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Taquita Love joins Ku this week to talk about how to get a nurse to do whatever you want, what one of her patients did to make extra cash while in the hospital, and what happens when you take birth control as a two year-old.
Eric Alegria and Ku talk about the sister high schools they attended, how people from Chicago develop their personalities, and how to win raffles.
Rafael Cadavieco joins Ku this week to discuss Venezuela, drumming and dictatorships. Rafael is the host of El Show De La Mañana.
Dougie Almeida and Ku talk about growing up with three brothers, green thumbs, and Cambodians.