In the final episode of Make Yourself Comfy with Abra Tabak, Adam Frucci (Airwolf), Molly Lloyd (Airwolf), and Charlie Todd (Improv Everywhere) join Abra to create a world where rats get crazy with whey protein, smoky treats are encouraged, and you just may be a mathemagician.
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In this week’s episode, Christian Capozzoli (Bucky), Chelsea Clarke (The Curfew), & Don Fanelli (The Stepfathers) join Abra to create a world where getting on a boss’ dick isn’t sexual, Yo-Yo Ma performs at Yankees games, & Notre Dame Judi Dench is incorrect.
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In this week’s episode, members of Grandma’s Ashes Lydia Hensler (Ladies Night), Dru Johnston (Bellevue), and Winston Noel (Hear Me Out) join Abra to find out what happens after hours at Petco, how to hang up a party line, and the status of Moses' pants barn.
Our story this week: Abra Tabak thought she was headed for the idyllic American summer camp experience. She'd be the fun counselor, with rugs and lamps! She wasn't prepared for the grimness, the grief, or the cargo shorts. And yet, somehow, a year later, she found herself returning for another summer at Bummer Camp.
Abra Tabak is a comedian and improvisor in New York City. Follow her on twitter @abratabak, hear her on the brilliant podcast Make Yourself Comfy with Abra Tabak and see her perform at the UCB theater on Saturday nights with Grandma's Ashes.
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In this week’s episode of "Make Yourself Comfy with Abra Tabak" members of Pangea 3000 Dan Klein (Rejected Pitches), Arthur Meyer (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon), and Zack Poitras (The Regulars) join Abra to create a world where fish give massages, Marty hurts his knees, and all are welcome to the Bad Experience Experience.