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Each week Editor-In-Chief, Matt Kleinschmidt and co-hosts discuss comedy news, pop culture events, and have conversations with some the most interesting people in the entertainment industry. Providing an in-depth look at the comedy community and its cast of characters. We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4 For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com Privacy Policy: https://www.studio71.com/us/terms-and-condit ...
 
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For the third year in a row we're back at NY Comic Con for The Superhero Fantasy Draft. Four comedians go head-to-head in a fantasy football style draft to pick their Superhero fantasy team. This year Addie Weyrich, Derek Gaines, Greg Stone, and Monroe Martin square off, building their teams as they trash talk each other, steal picks, and battle it…
 
We returned to NY Comic Con this year for another Superhero Fantasy Draft. Comedians Monroe Martin (Last Comic Standing), Jared Freid (JTrain Podcast, Adrift), Anthony DeVito (People Talking Sports, Comedy Central Half Hour) and Luis J. Gomez (Legion of Skanks, Real Ass Podcast) all gathered with us in room 1A21 of the Javits Center to slug it out …
 
Monroe Martin stops by The Riotcast studios to hang with Matt. The two talk about his career in comedy and the story of his childhood in the foster system. Then, the pop culture geeks in both of them gets exposed as they cover everything from comic books, the movies they've spawned, fashion, and of course, some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. For adv…
 
Joe Sib wears a lot of hats, he's the former lead singer of the punk rock band WAX, he's the co-founder of the record label, SideOneDummy, and he's also been working on his stand-up comedy career for the last decade or so. Sib just released his debut album, "Nowhere Near The Top" on 800 LB Gorilla records and he sits down with Matt to talk about th…
 
Jeff Simmermon is about to release his debut stand-up comedy album, "And I Am Not Lying." It's a culmination of many years working as a writer of stories, that have appeared on both The Moth and This American Life. Now he's following a true passion of his and turning said funny stories into works of stand-up comedy. Simmermon recounts his journey a…
 
Comedian Costaki Economopoulos and former SiriusXM comedy jock Aaron Hodges drop in on Matt to talk about Costaki's new comedy album and Aaron's new comedy record label. How are they related? Costaki will serve as the label's first release. It's a move that makes an incredible amount of sense because this duo are old friends and podcasting buddies,…
 
Matt and Bram go over all the big news of the week including comedy siblings and all the news about the upfronts including canceled shows, greenlit ones, and all in between. Then, comedian Greg Stone joins us on the podcast to talk about getting his start in comedy and where he's headed. The interview wraps up with a few embarrassing revelations. D…
 
He'yump! Jon Glaser drops by for an interview about season 2 of his Adult Swim TV show, "Neon Joe: Werewolf Hunter." The show is returning for a second season on May 22nd and with it comes more eyepatches, more guns with blades, and more neon green. Glaser tells us what to expect and talks about some of his other great TV shows like "Delocated" and…
 
Email podcast@thelaughbutton and follow @thelaughbutton. Chris Gethard is about to make the biggest leap of his career and it's with, "Career Suicide." A one-man show about his battle with depression beginning in his teenage years at college and how he worked his way back to where he is today. Fully aware of his mental illness and making a show tha…
 
Email: podcast@thelaughbutton.com and visit www.thelaughbutton.com Comedian Anthony DeVito is having a moment. In about a month's time he landed his first late night stand-up spot, earned a half hour on Comedy Central and got passed at one of New York's most legendary comedy clubs. To say things are looking up for him are an understatement. But he …
 
Matt and Bram are joined by Nick DeSimone on the podcast this week as they learn all about his secret talent. We discuss comedy movie sequels and Netflix. We're then joined by comedian Jim Tews, who just released his debut comedy album, "I Was In Band." Jim stares stories about his time in middle school band, his time in the Coast Guard, starting s…
 
We're coming in hot this episode. If you want to ease into a podcast, this is not the right one for you. Bram and Matt start right off with the barbs as they welcome Olivia Timm onto the show to give the "Millennial Point of View" whatever that is. Then Tim Dillon sits down with Matt to talk about how jury duty made him realize he wanted to be a co…
 
Seth Olenick is a professional photographer who has spent the last 15 years or so photographing comedians. He recently finished a 7 year project to put together a coffee table book, "Funny Business" as he documented both established and up-and-coming comedians. Many of the latter who would later make it big time. Whether through chance encounters o…
 
It all started at an open mic. Comedian Kevin Gootee was critiquing a comedian on stage and the idea struck him and the start of Comics Watching Comics was born. Think Last Comic Standing meets @Midnight, Gootee recruits his comedian friends to talk about other's stand-up. He sits down with Matt to break it all down and talk about his motivation to…
 
We're back from SXSW and oh what great fun it was. Matt runs down the trip with Bram as they run down the week, followed up by a lot of half-hour special conversation. Then, guest comedian Shane Mauss joins us on the podcast to talk about his current tour, "A Good Trip" which is his one-man show out on the road talking about his experience with psy…
 
Katie Goodman is a comical badass. She's a Feminist and mother. She also spent a large chunk of her life in the theater, cranking out hundreds of productions, formed women's comedy troupes, released comedy albums, written songs, teaches theater to children. She's given keynote speeches and put on events to raise money for Planned Parenthood. See, a…
 
Matt and Bram talk about something Colossal that happened this week with comedy festivals and then take on recent news of comedians behaving badly. Then comedian Seaton Smith joins us to discuss, well everything, getting passed at the Comedy Cellar, how to start a cult, politics, our President, his time on "Mulaney," and his comedy heroes. We get i…
 
Matt and Bram breakdown the news of Louis C.K. and Netflix and the super wild notion that Joe Piscopo might run for public office in New Jersey. We then welcome comedian Michael Palascak onto the podcast. Mark first met Michael at Gilda's Laughfest last March and he's releasing his new comedy album, "That One Thing" which premiered exclusively on A…
 
Matt is once again joined by Metal Insider's Bram Teitelman to take the slow and sensual route to this week's podcast but those plans are scrapped pretty damn quickly. We're covering the big stories of the week including the Grammys (and maybe too much Beyonce), Rolling Stone's top 50 comedians, Wayne's World hitting a 25 year anniversary, and the …
 
The Laugh Button's editor-in-chief Matt Kleinschmidt is once again joined by Metal Insider's editor-in-chief, Bram Teitelman. Joining us this week is also, Brittany Brave from The Laugh Button who is also a UCB student and publicist living in NYC. The three of us break down the week in news and there's a lot of it. From Conan's joke theft lawsuit, …
 
Matt welcomes Metal Insider's Editor In Chief Bram Teitelman on the show to co-host as they talk about how comedy got a bit political this week as we breakdown Jon Stewart making a return to late night, Neal Brennan dropping some politics, and how this is all shaking out. The comedian Joe List joins us for an interview about his life in comedy, par…
 
Matt and Mark start things off with a tangent about Super Mario Bros. leading to the very important discussion of who would portray our favorite video game heroes if a live action movie were to be made today. The after that debate is settled, comedian and musician Stephen Lynch swings by the TLB Towers to talk to us. Lynch is currently out on the r…
 
Matt and Mark talk about the "big dog" comedians on the heels of a very large announcement about Jerry Seinfeld. Then, they weigh in on the odds of an Eddie Murphy return to stand-up comedy. Comedian Cristela Alonzo then joins us to talk about her time on her sitcom, Cars 3, and her new Netflix special, "Lower Classy." The conversation might also d…
 
Mark and Matt breakdown the trailer for "I'm Dying Up Here." Showtime's new series centered around stand-up comedy in 1970s Los Angeles after that we talk about the abundance of stand-up comedy coming to streaming platforms. Our guest Carrie Keagan then joins us to talk about her new book, "Everybody Curses, I Swear." A book about her time hanging …
 
Happy New Year to you all! Mark and Matt return after a few weeks off for the first podcast of 2017. Yay! We made it? After a recap of their lives they talk about what's in store for the new year. Then they welcome comedian Sarah Colonna to the podcast. During a recent visit to NYC, Sarah Colonna stopped by to catch up with us. Colonna is an accomp…
 
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