Dr. Dino sits on the couch to talk about all things baby and the journey that took a side road through Emergency C-Sectionville, but ended (or should we say, ‘began’ … eh eh) with an awesome little guy named “Myles.”
John Hohensee a.k.a. John Field is indeed the Reality King of Social Justice. Listen in as we navigate the moral margins of porn and social activism, create growth through awkwardness, and discuss the intentional erratic non-sequiturs that
Ross Martin is a hard working comedian. Join us on the couch as we have a heart-to-heart about taboo jokes, religion and his experience with cancer. Also, learn Ross’ secrets to starting an open mike room.
Sitting on the couch this week, Connecticuter and Comedian, Alicia Reese breaks down clean comedy, shares her experience as a comedy apprentice, and we learn Dr. Dino once inspired a character on a soap opera.
Fresh off a red-eye from LA, comedian, filmmaker, podcaster, Tom Feeney discusses comedy etiquette and Dr. Dino tackles his inner demons. We go deep. So deep. We put your something to sleep. What is it? Line!
Comedian Adam Murray is laid back, really laid back. Listen in as we chat about first times, Adam’s start in comedy, and finding himself and his emotions in comedy.
Comedian Carmen Morales joins us on the couch with her introspection, inner-child, and a strong shot of B12. The conversation touches on making material personal, mental health and being a road comic.
Long story short, comedian Pedro Lima sits on the couch for the first ever – two hour – fifty minute session. Topics include Pedro’s start in comedy, how family modeling structures our personality and how Pedro restructured someone’s orbital bone.
Comedian Clayton Anderson waxes philosophical about society, the human condition and the beginning of his comedy career.
Dr. Dino and Mr. Quinn, Jr. reintroduce themselves to listeners in this first episode of season 2 for Open Miked. The boys play catch up and reveal what’s been going on during their hiatus. They also take time to thank the people who’ve supported them.