Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

Interesting People. Intriguing Conversations. Improvised Sketch Comedy?!?

About the show

Interesting people. Intriguing conversations. Improvised sketch comedy?!?

Each week, host Stuart Rice invites someone who is incredibly interesting to have a conversation about who they are and what they do and then helps them create an improvised sketch based on what they talked about right then-and-there!

It's fun, it's different, and it's the only show like it on the internet!

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  • "The Tinder Games" with Alisha Holland | Co-Creator of Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

    August 7th, 2016  |  Season 0  |  1 hr 4 mins
    alisha, conversation, dating, hostful, sketch

    As if it could be possible to become MORE superficial, the brilliant minds behind the Tinder app somehow find a way to get the app even more addictive… regardless of the effects on your soul.

  • "I Want a Pony!" with Alisha Holland | Co-Creator of Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

    July 31st, 2016  |  Season 0  |  1 hr 48 secs
    absurd, alisha, conversation, hostful, sketch

    When we are children, we spend most of our days and hours just dreaming about two things: our birthdays and Christmas; unless you don’t celebrate those things. But for most of us, those are the two things we focus on. Our entire brain is consumed with magical visions of amazing gifts… and then we usually just get gift cards. Childhood is pretty dumb.

  • "One Night Stand" with Alisha Holland | Co-Creator of Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

    July 24th, 2016  |  Season 0  |  1 hr 8 mins
    alisha, conversation, hostful, relationships, sketch

    We don’t want to drudge up any bad feelings or memories, but we’ve all had that night. You know, the night that you meet that great person at the bar and then you go and have a great time with that person, and then NEVER TALK TO THEM AGAIN? Actually, that doesn’t sound so bad, but sometimes the feelings are the hardest thing to get over… and the required testing afterwards. This week’s sketch explores those feelings afterwards and tries to find the answers.