All Growz Up
Melinda covers a lot of ground with comedian, author, actor, and musician Wayne Federman.
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Melinda Hill asks HelloGiggles.com co-founder Molly McAleer about what she wanted to be when she grew up.
Melinda Hill asks comics what they wanted to be when they grew up. This time: Andy Dick.
Melinda Hill asks Roseanne writer and Lucky Louie star Laura Kightlinger what she wanted to be when she grew up.
Before sharing fond memories of her work with Garry Shandling, comedian and 24 star Mary Lynn Rajskub sexually harasses Melinda Hill and all aspiring comedians.
Karen Kilgariff, Mr. Show star and Ellen Degeneres Show head writer, counsels up-and-coming coke dealers and embraces gender stereotypes.
Melinda tries to heal the relationship between comedian and Metalocalypse creator Brendon Small and his fingers. She fails.
Two blondes sit in an alley. MADtv star Arden Myrin sings Madeline Kahn’s praises and encourages up-and-comers to embrace their inner beasts.
Comedian and nerd twat Drew Droege shares his calming Zen wisdom and teaches you how to become just like Kevin Costner without really trying.
Comedian Kyle Kinane, having accidentally become rich and famous, advises Melinda Hill on how to avoid doing that.
Comedian/actor/handyman Jon Dore discusses his writing process and advises young murderers to steal and get fired.
Standup comedian Melissa Villasenor repeats timeless wisdom from Sinbad and shares tips on how to avoid Hulking out.
Against all odds, Melinda Hill interviews comedian Rory Scovel about his writing process and his confusing interactions with Dane Cook.
Mo Mandel ambushes you with comedy. He just can’t stop.
Former aspiring accountant Myq Kaplan teaches Melinda Hill about risk-benefit analysis as it pertains to heckling.
Comedian Kevin Christy recommends professionalism and resents not being able to go blue.
Laurie Kilmartin encourages diversity in stand-up comedy. Featuring a terrifying special guest.
Having stared death in the face, Upright Citizens Brigade co-founder Matt Besser advises young comedians to be funny.
Comedian Julian McCullough teaches the value of delayed gratification and shows aspiring comics how to be unhappy but unforgettable.