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We're exercising five times a week (kind of) with guest star Jill Pangallo. Jill and Sharon discuss what yellow smells like (SoulCycle) AND what Sharon smells like (cookies...flowers...). They also remember their meeting in Greenpoint, and discuss the ins and outs of this business of show. And that "Fern Bar" is a great drag name.…
 
Sharon and guest star Joyelle Nicole Johnson (Lady Parts Justice) remember that time they blocked traffic on the 59th Street bridge, which leads Joyelle to remember some cross-country ride shares. The two then discuss "Sex and the City" DVDs as collateral. And Joyelle wraps things up with some fun memories of the last LPJ tour through the South.…
 
We all know that astrology is not real, but also agree that it HAS to be! Sharon's guest, Kiki O'Keeffe (I Don't Believe in Astrology) concurs. The two discuss their respective signs, as well as how "houses" work, and how Kiki takes a fresh approach to it all in her regular newsletter. They also come down from the heavens to talk about how Kiki hat…
 
Family is the center of the home, and Audrey Stanfield (Branded Content Will Set You Free) discusses BOTH family AND the family home with Sharon this time around. (It's called Longview and it's in Missouri, btw.) The two also mull over the struggles of the city and "the biz" before emphatically agreeing that pretending to kill is just insane. Audre…
 
Sharon and Alex Adan met way back when Alex was tech staff for Sharon's first Spank show, and the two discuss Alex's experience there (and how having a child changed his perspective). They then discuss ghosts and how Alex is the only one in his family not to see one, before Alex wraps up with his experience tracking down family members and the meet…
 
Sharon welcomes Caitlin Bitzegaio (Womaning) to the guest star chair this time, and Caitlin starts by remembering those early gigs that didn't pay much or not at all. The two then compare reality TV notes, including seeing yourself on Honey Boo Boo, as well as small town experiences. Hair care routines are then compared, including getting to the pl…
 
Did you know kids don't eat cereal anymore? That's just one of the shocking tidbits revealed as Gastor Almonte takes the guest star chair this time. He and Sharon discuss the other - when other comics have the nerve to tell you they are using your material! Gastor also discusses his practice of pleasing his 5 year-old self and 15 year-old self ever…
 
Welcome to the Clean Plate Club! And welcome Eric Cunningham to the guest star chair this time. After a rude interruption, the two discuss Eric's work as producer of Night Late, and Sharon's work as set designer - kisses and all! There's talk of THE TREE and live activations done for a living. The great star feud between Roanoke and El Paso is diss…
 
The lovely Georgia Clark (The Bucket List) joins Sharon this episode, and begins with remembrances of her move to NYC right in the thick of the Great Recession. The two then discuss Georgia's work as curator and producer of the Generation Women storytelling show, before Georgia admits there was a time she created a fake band...and then had to creat…
 
We're blithely chasing the Sugar Dragon as Sharon welcomes Jen Kwok (Songs For One) to the guest star chair this time. The two try out Sharon's Shoulder Weather App, before Jen relates a story of a tantrum on the train, and how most people wanted to help, but did they? They then discuss how NYC changes your depression perspective, and wrap up by re…
 
Astrology can be a mood-killer...that's the lead topic on this episode as Sharon welcomes Arti Gollapudi (Your Self, Your Body) to the guest star chair. The two discuss the hilarity of apartment building email chains AND how Arti was injured by a beach umbrella. Arti also discusses coming to NYC to work in music, but finding her way to comedy, and …
 
Storyteller and performer Sandi Marx is in the guest star chair this episode, and she begins by telling Sharon of her journey from actress to talent agent to performer, and how Peter Weller played a role in it. The two then discuss approaching art without specificity, the times you find out other people think you've got it all together, and how we …
 
We're airing LOTS of grievances at the start of this episode, as Sharon welcomes Shawtane Bowen (BoogieManja) to the guest star chair. (Sharon hates multi-borough whistling, btw.) Shawtane speaks on his experience as a care-giver for the elderly, and the sometimes very difficult relationships that come about as a result. He then tells Sharon about …
 
You know, change is hard. Especially for an old dog...that's living in your apartment...and belongs to your sister...who is your roommate. Such is the situation with guest Akilah Hughes (Akilah Obviously). Pippa, the dog in question, is discussed at length with Sharon, as are other old pets. Akilah then charts her progress as a content producer on …
 
We all need buddies in comedy and this time we welcome two comedic buddies, Jorja Hudson and Brittany Tomkin, to the guest star bench. They're the creators of a new webseries Myrtle & Willoughby (which should be out soon, btw). With Sharon, they discuss how all good ideas come to you on the G train, as well as faking it till you're making it. Hugh …
 
So you have a lot of customer loyalty cards, eh? Ah, but how many do you actually use? That's just one of the musings mused about as Sharon welcomes Doug Moe (Man vs. Child, Hot for Teacher) to the guest star chair this time. The two discuss happy kid noises and the lousy neighbors that complain about them, before covering the importance of learnin…
 
There's a rash of missing earrings this time as Chloe Marsh (Chloe Doesn't Do Boys) joins Sharon at the podcast table. Chloe discusses having to adjust comedy material after transitioning as well as having to actively experience your emotions. The two also talk about the negative effects of napping and the positive effects of black dress shopping. …
 
We're really hoping to get some of that shoebox cash this time as Sharon welcomes Anne Rodeman (So Into It) to the guest star chair. The two muse about both posture AND dabbling in drag before Anne describes her recent clip show without clips. There's also that trip to see Lorna Luft in an outer borough, too. Anne and Sharon then reminisce about ea…
 
Sharon bids a very special welcome to Ed Galvez (Amigo Undead, Brand New Old Love) this time, as Ed is often Sharon's host when she's in LA. The two discuss the difference between friendships and bring friendly, and how you need to spread out the neediness. They are then surprised that COPS is still on the air, and then hash out the differences bet…
 
Sharon is sharin' a lovely lemon ice with Tahlia Robinson (Hidden Fences, Affirmative Action) this time, as Tahlia laments how no one can pronounce her name correctly. The two then discuss how New Yorkers refuse to share their specialists with anyone, and Tahlia reveals her passions for (in order) cooking shows, breakup songs, and advertising week.…
 
Brooklyn's Prospect Park is an example of Victorian Privilege, did you know that? That's one of the topics tackled this time with Ray Cordova (Astronomy Club Presents, Sad Marriage). There's also an extended musing upon all things laundromat, as Sharon lives over one now and loves the smells but hates that one weirdo. The two then talk of how movin…
 
Boris Khaykin (Improv vs. Standup, North Coast) is preparing to exchange living with a roommate for living with his girlfriend as we start this episode. He schools Sharon in the details of proper beard maintenance before the two imagine a Lasik intern getting paid in drink tickets. Comparing app dating to a video game follows (including the perils …
 
And here you thought you were downloading some regular, workaday episode, huh? But no! This is a special, bonus-length CLIP SHOW! Join Sharon as she trips lightly down memory lane to celebrate five years of her podcastical chatacular. Featuring insights, anecdotes, and musings from the likes of (in alpha order): Lauren Conlin Adams, Michelle Buteau…
 
Emotions are based on experiences, so have an experience by listening to Yoni Lotan (The Instagram Show) in the guest star chair this time. He and Sharon have a discourse on all things "Air Bud", before Yoni tells of his experience having a kid watch him play Ballz on the subway. It's clean. Sharon then tells of the friends she's made on the same s…
 
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