Righteous P***k w/ J-L Cauvin
If Your Opinion Is Different Than His, You Are Probably Wrong.
Episode 317 - Harry Potter, Tom Wolfe and Migos
May 17, 2018 04:43 AM PDT
J-L tries to re-create the magic mania of last week's episode as he remembers Tom Wolfe, reviews the new Harry Potter play on Broadway and repeats a bad Dennis Miller impression at least a dozen times. Enjoy!Episode 316 - Komedy in Amurica
May 08, 2018 08:54 PM PDT
J-L goes off the deep end following the end of the Utah Jazz season. He dissects stand up comedy, his own career, the stupidity of much of America and why his career is over. He also reviews the play Three Tall Women and offers the 4 different reactions of the liberal Broadway crowd to 4 different ethnic slurs in the play. Full meltdown podcast - enjoy!Episode 315 - Listen to My Other Podcast
April 30, 2018 09:01 PM PDT
J-L does this week's podcast to basically recommend the new Trump podcast he started. He then figures that his comedy career would be better if he were selling snacks on the NYC subway. He also reviews the new Marvel movie Avengers Infinity War and discusses an important fund raising gig in NYC this week.
Music by The Big Sexy.Episode 314 - The Nobel Prize for Music
April 16, 2018 08:32 PM PDT
J-L discusses his newest comedic endeavors, opines on the Pulitzer Prize for Music (even though he keeps sleepily calling it the Nobel Prize), shares his own Starbucks incident and offers possible replacements for Sean Hannity.
Music by The Big SexyEpisode 313 - Cardiac B
April 11, 2018 08:28 AM PDT
J-L discusses a recent health scare, a diet betrayal from a loved one, reviews Blocked, A Quiet Place and Andre The Giant and then gives an update on all the places you can see him this Spring.
Music by The Big Sexy.Episode 312 - The Cuck of Queens
April 03, 2018 06:45 PM PDT
J-L delivers the goods this week. He discusses his upcoming trip to Tampa through a new and untimely impression, unveils the official name of his next album, goes into great detail about his new diet, reviews Ready Player One and discusses the #MeAlso movement he is leading for men pressured into cohabitating with their ladies. This is a very odd description of a very fun (hopefully) episode.Episode 311 (re-posted with better audio... hopefully)
March 27, 2018 07:09 AM PDT
(REPOSTED WITH BETTER AUDIO... HOPEFULLY) On this episode J-L reviews two bad movies and discusses his relationship with ESPN and his non-relationship with Hank Azaria, despite their biographical similarities. J-L then discusses his thoughts on the Stormy Daniels episode of 60 Minutes. Music by The Big Sexy.Episode 311 - Help Me Hank (and get Stormy help)
March 26, 2018 06:41 PM PDT
On this episode J-L reviews two bad movies and discusses his relationship with ESPN and his non-relationship with Hank Azaria, despite their biographical similarities. J-L then discusses his thoughts on the Stormy Daniels episode of 60 Minutes.
Music by The Big Sexy.Episode 310 - Brain Farts
March 12, 2018 06:13 PM PDT
J-L discusses his guest hosting shot on Sirius XM, gives a Smallville update, offers a new show recommendation, provides a vivid description of who comedy would be if it were a person and ends with a discussion of the Metropolitan Opera House conductor in a segment called "When Keeping it 'Call Me By Your Name' Goes Wrong". And all along the way J-L forgets what he is saying - is he a genius or riddled with dimentia?
Music by The Big Sexy.Episode 309 - Failed Actor
March 06, 2018 09:03 PM PST
J-L discusses a new Smalleville, reviews Red Sparrow, describes his first (hopefully of many) failed audition for a TV role, mentions his new computer and ends by describing a prank he plans on playing on CSPAN. This episode sucks!
Music by The Big Sexy.
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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