comedy

Episode #242: Teresa Lo – Comedian, Author, Journalist for Hustler Magazine, Screenwriter, and Host of YouTube Show ‘Talk With T.Lo’

The guest for this episode is comedian, author, journalist, and screenwriter Teresa Lo. She has spent years writing about sex for Hustler Magazine and she currently has a show on YouTube called Talk With T.Lo. She’s been on countless online comedy shows during the pandemic. The first time I saw Teresa was on a Crazy Woke Asians show put on by past guest Kiki Yeung. During our chat, we talk about her Midwest upbring, her YouTube show, sex work, sex education, working for Hustler Magazine, bad relationships, and so much more! Teresa Lo is always a fun person to chat with!


Episode #215: Kiki Yeung – Comedian, Producer of Crazy Woke Asians, Writer/Director of Sweet and Sour Chicks, Producing/Hosting the Crazy Woke Asians Virtual Comedy Festival on May 8th-10th via Zoom!

The guest for this episode is comedian, producer, director, and writer, Kiki Yeung. Yeung is the founder and producer of the comedy show Crazy Woke Asians along with the writer and director of the romantic comedy series Sweet and Sour Chicks that is currently in the making after a successful crowdfunding. Plus, she is one of the funniest mothers on the Internet!


Episode #175: Alice Vaughn – Creator of Offensive Crayons, Co-Host of Two Girls, One Mic: The Porncast

Alice Vaughn, co-host of the comedy podcast Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast and the (in)famous creator of Offensive Crayons. On Two Girls, One Mic, which started in August 2018, Vaughn along with her co-host Yvette d’Entremont, share their mutual love of passing judgment on the many plot lines of hardcore porn, are bring the funny back to comedy as they help destroy society’s perception – and prejudices – about adult films in a playful way. With Offensive Crayons, Vaughn created an adults-only box of crayons for the wildly artistic with a healthy sense of humor – with names like Boner Bill Blue, Miscarriage Maroon, and Privilege (White), the inappropriately-named crayons have been banned from Amazon for “insulting children and Caucasians”.