Natalie McGill one year later Natalie was part of our February 29, 2020 12 hour live marathon show. It was our last live show of 2020. Checking back in after a year. Follow Natalie on Twitter Donate to our Patreon
On this episode I talk with Natalie McGill about her recent health scares, how moms hide bad news and why people believe in conspiracy theories. Follow Natalie on IG at: @hoothollersnapWatch Natalie on Russian Television's "Redacted Tonight" on YouTube. Follow ME on IG at: @thetimdmiller on YouTube: @ timmillercomedy video will be posted on FridaysCAPITALIST COCKBLOCK: SHOP AMAZON THROUGH THE LINKS BELOW. Ring Light- https://amzn.to/2T0Qn6C Nikon D500- https://amzn.to/3cuKUwv
aaayy today I'm joined by NATALIE MCGILL (Redacted Tonight on RT America) to talk her coffee journey and movie theater candy tiers (just in time for Halloween) Plus, I taste a fun mystery coffee! You'll have to listen to find out. it's an ep for the ages Follow us on Instagram: @coffeesippod @chriees @hoothollersnap And on Twitter: @cwhudson @NatalieSMcGill Don't forget to listen to Cruisewave Vaporsynth EVERY Friday at 9 PM PST on Shady Pines Radio (http://shadypinesradio.com)
Live at The Wonderland Ballroom with Natalie McGill, Tommy McNamara, Mister Goblin – Hour 8 of the 2020 12 Hour Marathon
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Live at The Wonderland Ballroom with Natalie McGill, Tommy McNamara, Mister Goblin - Hour 8 of the 2020 12 Hour Marathon Natalie McGill Tommy McNamara Mister Goblin Hour 8 of the 12 hour 2020 marathon The Wonderland Ballroom for venue Washington, D.C. for city
Dan talks with DC comedian Natalie McGill about bombing, and then they work on a joke about a song with an oddly sexual connection to Christmas. To Dan’s absolute delight, Natalie sparks a discussion about Kurtis Blow, leading to yet another attempt to salvage Dan’s Kurtis Blow joke. In the extended episode (available at PATREON.COM/DANHASJOKES), Dan and Natalie talk about forgetting things onstage, and ways of writing material from one’s own experience. Natalie shares her love for old TV shows, and Dan tells a story from childhood about how his mother forbade him to watch Pee-Wee Herman’s show or movies in the most traumatizing way possible. Dan tries to build a joke on his experience of almost witnessing a knife fight in the San Francisco Public Library, and Natalie works on a bit about the way prizes are distributed at trivia nights. Dan has a one-liner about an odd food choice, while Natalie has a joke about being invited to join a threeway.