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.
Plus Pierre joins Ku this week to discuss how bragging rights are the real motivation behind immigrant strictness, why church bands are so bad, and how he lost his virginity on Amtrak.
Darren Carter and Sara Dahms join Ku this week to talk about his fortuitous encounter with his long lost brother, what the last leg of the civil war is, and the running of the piñatas.
Don Barris joins Ku this week to talk about how his cult classic Windy City Heat came to fruition, what his co-star Perry Caravello is up to now, and why he thought Ku would suck at singing.
Frazer Smith joins Ku this week to reminisce his glory days in radio, what party mode he was on, and why you shouldn't be friends with guys at big record companies.
Jacob Sirof joins Ku this week to debunk the myth that twins are clones and discuss how to get free therapy. Jacob Sirof is a comedian you may have seen on Last Comic Standing, Down and Dirty with Jim Norton, and Chelsea Lately.
Helen Hong joins Ku this week to teach her how to say butthole in Korean, analyze all the bad things her parents said to her, and why Ku thinks she's Japanese.
Yoshi Obayashi joins Ku this week to talk about cult leadership, how to find a future pretty girl, and how he conquered his nervousness around pretty women.
Comedian Greg Howell joins Ku this week to reminisce the good ole days in Boston, his memory of her first comedy duo, and a recap of a fun weekend in Providence, Rhode Island.
Kevin Shea joins Ku this week to talk about the United Airlines fiasco, meeting his birth mom, and making girls deal with rejection. Kevin is a comedian who's been on the Kim's of Comedy, The Jimmy Kimmel Show, and HBO's Down N Dirty.
Yoshi Obayashi joins Ku this week to lend an ear regarding all the events leading up to, during and after her mom's funeral. Yoshi is the host of his own podcast Yoshi Didn't.
Comedian Jason Collings and his twin brother David sit down to make Ku jealous that she doesn't have a twin sister, to reveal what Jason whispered in Justin Timberlake's ear, and to talk about how pretty Jo Koy is.
Jim Norton joins Ku this week to talk about working on the Opie and Anthony Show, his struggles with sex addiction, and to promote his new Netflix special Mouthful of Shame.
Aiko Tanaka joins Ku this week to talk about fixing credit scores, how leaving ketchup on your tooth can prevent you from getting laid and what a powerful baby Ku was.
Albert Escobedo joins Ku this week to talk about his experience teaching English in Korea and teaching Veterinarian school at the American College of Healthcare. Albert Escobedo is a comedian you've seen doing Roast Battle and teaches at Huntington Park Community College.
Cory Fernandez joins Ku this week to talk about having braces in college and they begin to process her mom's passing. Cory Fernandez was the first Puerto Rican to ever perform on Def Comedy Jam, has been in the movie Cop Out and on HBO.
Aiko Tanaka joins Ku this week to reminisce the times they've made grown men cry, why she doesn't eat kiwi's anymore, and how a prank in gym class ended in surgery.
George Perez joins Ku this week to talk about working as a DJ in seven strip clubs, growing up in Orange County in the eighties, and the most difficult part of leaving prison.
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.