Righteous P***k w/ J-L Cauvin
If Your Opinion Is Different Than His, You Are Probably Wrong.
Episode 129 - Lebron James and Last Comic Sickness with Mark Normand
June 16, 2014 07:45 PM PDT
After directing listeners to his treatise in defense of Lebron James, J-L has red hot comedian Mark Normand on the show to discuss his semi-final departure from Last Comic Standing. Normand gives a very detailed description of everything from his hotel to his encounter with the judges to his HIV scare (and actual illness) that may have cost him a trip to the LCS finals. Absolutely great episode talking comedy.
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes.Episode 128 - Comedy is the New Black with Joe Zimmerman
June 10, 2014 10:54 AM PDT
J-L comes out swinging in this week's episode. He first discusses the news that he has been banned by two clubs in Texas. He then discusses the tragic car accident of Tracy Morgan and the hypocrisy it reveals about the #ComedyFamily about dealing with tragedies of famous people.
After all that J-L sits skypes with Joe Zimmerman about his great set on Last Comic Standing, but not advancing. J-L then espouses why he feels there is an agenda behind this year's LCS that is both unnecessary and failed to yield the top 28 of 100, at least according to how the show was edited (which is obviously a big qualifier).
Follow Joe on Twitter @JoeZimmerman
Check out J-L's Texas blog that got him banned here - http://jlcauvin.com/?p=5656
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes.Episode 127 - The Moses of Last Comic Standing,with Brian Jian
June 02, 2014 07:54 PM PDT
J-L starts the podcast with some big news one week away and then discusses the two television shows that occupied his weekend: the disturbing Game of Thrones episode and the amazing The World Wars on the History Channel.
J-L then sits down with comedian and friend Brian Jian for this week's Last Comic Standing segment. They discuss Brian's experience of flying out to LA on NBC's dime, having a great set great interactions with JB Smoove... and then not getting a second of air time on television.
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album Barely Standing on iTunes.Episode 126 - Hashtag Activism and a Last Comic Standing Chat with Ben Kronberg
May 26, 2014 05:45 PM PDT
A jam packed episode this week! J-L goes One on None to discuss his many issues with hashtag activism, changing gender roles and gun violence in the wake of the UCSB shootings. It could have stood alone as a provocative solo episode, but it is only the first half! The show takes a much lighter turn at the 54 minute mark when J-L has a chat with Ben Kronberg for this week's Last Comic Standing recap. Ben did not advance, but got the most notice when editors and Roseanne shaped his set for America to see.
Follow Ben on Twitter @BenKronberg
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes.Episode 125 - Bill Cosby and Last Comic Standing with Josh Homer
May 19, 2014 09:25 PM PDT
This week is a huge week in the comedy world so naturally J-L is here to rain on everyone's parade. In studio, as promised last week, is Josh Homer to first discuss and debate Bill Cosby's recent comedy tour. Then J-L and Josh go into dissecting everything about the upcoming season of Last Comic Standing and offer their predictions on who will end up winning the whole thing.
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Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshHomer
Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes.Episode 124 - What You Should Be Watching
May 13, 2014 03:47 AM PDT
J-L is exhausted so it is a quick solo episode. He recaps his trip to North Carolina and in a rare positive move tells listeners what three new shows they should be watching.
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Music by The Big Sexy.Episode 123 - Futbol Fad or Soccer to Stay with Alexis Geuerreros and Steve Serra
May 05, 2014 06:52 PM PDT
With the World Cup approaching and the New York Times pointing out that Euro league pub attendance has replaced artisanal cheeses in the hearts of hipsters, J-L decided to pick a fight with some hardcore futbol/football/soccer fans, comedians Alexis Guerreros and Steve Serra. What transpires is an excellent, informative, funny and overall super fun episode. If you like soccer, hate soccer, like comedy or hate J-L this episode will be a fun one.
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Follow Alexis on Twitter @NotAlexis
Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunesEpisode 122 - Donald Sterling and the Summer Movie Preview with Chris Lamberth
April 28, 2014 12:52 PM PDT
This week J-L takes the first half hour of the show to discuss Donald Sterling and what he really finds most disturbing about the whole controversy . Then it is time for a mega Summer movie preview with Chris Lamberth. The guys discuss products that are not sponsoring the podcast, J-L discusses what all the X-Men are thinking about Professor Xavier and they both offer their most anticipated films of the Summer. This episode has something for people who like serious, solo episodes as well as fun conversational episodes. Enjoy and share.
Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisLamberth
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album BARELY STANDING on iTunes.Episode 121 - Comedy Scar Tissue with Mike Payne
April 21, 2014 08:26 PM PDT
Tremendous episode this week. Friend and former comedian Mike Payne is on the show to discuss his comedy career and why he quit comedy. This is a thorough, honest and intimate discussion of comedy. They discuss modern comedy and the generational divide and approach to comedy between comedians who started before the advent of YouTube and social media and those that rose after. They also discuss the safe risks today's comedians are taking and how difficult professionally and personally a career in comedy (or a good faith attempt at a career) really is. A truly great episode for comedians and fans of comedy to listen to.
Follow Mike on Twitter @greatMikePayne
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Music by The Big Sexy.Episode 120 - How Comedians Kill Comedy on Facebook
April 14, 2014 09:27 PM PDT
After a couple of guests failed to come through, the bridge burning gods smiled on this week's episode of the podcast. J-L is on solo and tackling a subject that is near and dear to his hostile heart: Comedians' usage of Facebook. He rattles off the 10 things he hates most that comedians do on Facebook on a daily basis and how he hopes their collective habits change. Also a borderline philosophical monologue on comedians being honesty versus being their own lying hype men.
This is a must listen for comedians and a should listen for fans of comedy.
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Music by The Big Sexy. Get their album Barely Standing on iTunes
Comedian J-L Cauvin takes a popular subject each week and discusses with a fan of that subject why they are wrong.
A lawyer by education, a comedian by trade and a disappointment to my parents, I travel the country telling jokes and interviewing people once a week to convince them the things they like are not actually as good as they think they are.
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