This week, Sara and Nikki investigate the dangerously awesome allure of Vicodin and share tales of stepping back from the painkilling brink. Though he's made a couple cameos in the past, this episode marks Cory Cavin's (@corycavin, the Talking Pee-approved webseries Model Wife) first official appearance on YHTBT. He and Sara boil down the origins of their long friendship and the trio of now-coworkers commune on nicknames, head-fashion, and Christian in-jokes. When Sara bounces early, the two stragglers recall their most awkward encounters and generally make up for the Nikkilessness of Cory's first kinda episode. Carpet drapem, hobots.
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MTV is bringing its new late night talk show, Nikki & Sara Live, back for another season. The program, which had its first season wrap up this week, is hosted by comedians Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer from a Times Square studio, where they make pop culture jokes, do sketches and man on the street bits, and interview a celebrity each episode. The show's second season, like its first, will consist of 12 episodes that are expected to air this summer. Glaser and Schaefer learned about MTV renewing their series from Katie Couric while taping an interview for her daytime show yesterday, which is how all TV show renewals should [...]
This week, Sara and Nikki quash a bout of podcaster's block by brainstorming new ways for Nikki to find dates. Their guest Chris Fairbanks (@chrisfairbanks, Comedy Central, truTV's World's Dumbest), a comic who graced the stage at YHTBT's first live taping, takes this theme and runs with it first through the dark depths of sexual insanity and later around the whimsies of deceptive dating and pubic quilts. To close, the three talk pee about Chris's CD, friend-of-the-'cast Myq Kaplan's existence, and Buzzfeeder @LouisPeitzman's timely tweets.
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This week, Sara and Nikki conduct a no-nonsense all-business intro before announcing their pick for the YHTBT-designed listener-proposed website to be created on Squarespace: an entire site exclusively devoted to Talking Pee. The ladies welcome rising comic Michael Che (Best Week Ever, Letterman, soon SNL) to discuss the art of calling out an audience’s oversensitivity regarding such topics as race or bulldogs. The trio touch upon all the complications and potential depression of watching porn and end up highlighting a host of real-world gestures, scents, and compliments that do a better job of turning them on anyway. To close, everyone Talks Pee about Tim [...]
This week, Nikki and Sara marvel at how, two weeks in, they've already gotten used to the process of making their television show. Sara recently saw Django Unchained in a now-rare moment of free time and when she says she liked it, Brooklyn-born comic and certified "grown man" (see ep. 96) Yannis Pappas (Modern Comedian, Twitter) offers his wholehearted agreement. After flinging fury at Brooklyn's bogus new neighborhoods, Philly's sports obsessions, and Beantown's general demeanor, Yannis tells the story of the shooting that shoved him into maturity early on in his career. The trio muse a bit on their futile little legacies but soon leap [...]