Chris Gethard and Ophira talk about germs, septic tanks, and what it means to be cool when you're a parent. Dr. Emily Oster also joins for a quick chat about sleep training and cheap pinot noir.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
83. Chris Gethard: Don’t Think Twice About Being Naked
Mike Birbiglia's Working It Out
Mike has seen Chris Gethard naked. So has the cast and crew of Mike’s film Don’t Think Twice. Chris shares his memories of being nude on set, as well as why he was reluctant to return to the world of improv for the movie. The two longtime friends tell stories about touring together and brainstorming their respective projects simultaneously: Don’t Think Twice and Chris’s solo HBO special Career Suicide.Please consider donating to the Natural Resources Defense Council
188 – Chris Gethard (The Chris Gethard Show, Beautiful/Anonymous)
My First Band Podcast
This week's guest is Chris Gethard. Though Gethard isn't a musician, he is a cult comedy legend, the namesake of The Chris Gethard Show, an actor (who you might know from films like Don’t Think Twice and TV shows like Broad City and The Office), the host of the Beautiful/Anonymous podcast, a soda pop appreciator and historian, a point of New Jersey pride, and someone who has helped countless people with his openness about his mental health struggles. He's also a huge music fan who has performed alongside world-renowned musicians on stage and on his TV show. Prior to Gethard's Midwestern jaunt (including two shows at X-Ray Arcade on Oct. 7), he told My First Band host Tyler Maas about how music actually helped pave his way towards a career in comedy. Over the course of the conversation, he also talked about memorable basement shows and DIY concerts from his past, seeing Less Than Jake at a July 4th barbecue, unforgettable musical guests during The Chris Gethard Show's run, marrying a member of his house band, briefly singing in a Smiths cover group and how he probably wants to sing in your project. My First Band is sponsored by Mystery Room Mastering and Lakefront Brewery. The show is edited by Jared Blohm. You can listen to My First Band on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and wherever else you get podcasts. You can also listen to rebroadcasts of previous My First Band episodes on WMSE every Wednesday from noon to 12:30 p.m. CST. Music used in this episode comes courtesy of Devils Teeth ("The Junction Street Eight Tigers") and The Unlovables ("Miracle Braves").
Comedian Chris Gethard opens up about his own inner uniqueness that post-punk progenitors The Smiths helped him unlock with the help of their 1985 album Meat Is Murder.ButcherBoxSign up today at butcherbox.com/The500 and use code The500 to get one 10-14 lb Turkey FREE in your first box.Follow Chris on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/chrisgeth/Follow Chris on Twitter:https://mobile.twitter.com/chrisgethardCheck out Chris's website:https://chrisgeth.com/Follow Josh on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/joshadammeyers/Follow Josh on Twitter:https://twitter.com/JoshAdamMeyersFollow Josh on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/joshameyersFollow The 500 on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/the500podcast/Follow The 500 on Twitter:https://twitter.com/the500podcastFollow The 500 on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/The500PodcastWithJAM/Email the show: email@example.comCheck the show website: http://the500podcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Repeat episode- : Finding The Humanity In Comedy: Chris Gethard Is Sparked By Grosse Pointe Blank
The Spark Parade
I'm still on vacation, so here's one of my favorite past episodes to tide you over until I'm back!I had an incredible conversation with comedian Chris Gethard about his spark of inspiration, the John Cusack starring comedy Grosse Pointe Blank. But it’s also so much more than that. We talked about Chris’ relationship with Judd Apatow as well as Judd Apatow’s movies. We talked about Andy Kaufman. We talked about Cameron Crowe. We talked about comedy in general. It’s a wide ranging and very exciting and super fun conversation. Seriously. I really, really loved this one and I can’t wait for you to hear it.Links:Chris GethardGrosse Pointe BlankFin
For a while, “Spider-Man 2” was considered the high water mark for superhero movies - but does it hold up 14 years deep into the MCU? We’ve got two words for you - ALFRED MOLINA. Self-professed “Blank Check rabble rouser” Chris Gethard returns to the pod (and apologizes to the Blankie Community) as we trace the history and legacy of this iconic Spidey sequel. We love this movie so much, David doesn’t even care that the subway sequence isn’t accurate to New York! Other topics covered - why Aunt May should always be elderly and fragile, Tobey’s near-firing from the franchise, Mr Ditkovich Memes, our comic book villain rankings, and more! Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com
Dad on Pills (Part 2) | Chris Gethard on Parenting and Mental Illness
How do you prepare for the day when your toddler is old enough to uncover a part of you that they didn't know existed? Comedian, writer, podcaster, and dad Chris Gethard opens up candidly about his fear of this inevitable day in this second half of our our interview. Be sure to listen for a heart warming surprise during the conversation. After, Adam ruminates on a recent Instant Regret involving a beloved doll we'll call "Baby Baby." This interview with Chris Gethard is part two of two. [Listen to part one here.] Use this link for a free month subscription to Scribd where you can access Chris Gethard: Dad on Pills and many other amazing titles!Episode 63 of Modern Dadhood opens with a brief conversation about something called an "amuse-bouche," and a story from Marc about one of his 4-year-old twins working through some big emotions like a true champion. Marc shares that something very special happens during the second half of our interview with comedian Chris Gethard: Previous Modern Dadhood guest Brian Manor (Episode 41) is invited back to meet Chris, whose 2017 HBO special "Career Suicide" had a meaningful impact on Brian's own journey with mental illness. The conversation covers topics including:• The uncluttered, unbiased love that a kid shows their parent• Chris' fear of his son Cal discovering his writing and stage work• Previous guest Brian Manor addresses Chris directly• Beard growing techniques• The risk of becoming a spokesperson for depression• And more!Use this link for a free month subscription to Scribd where you can access Dad on Pills and many other amazing titles!Adam shares an Instant Regret involving a doll and an emotional 8-year-old.LINKS:Chris Gethard (official)Dad on Pills (on Scribd)Chris on TwitterChris on InstagramBeautiful Anonymous PodcastCareer Suicide (on HBO)The Chris Gethard ShowDiane Alber: A Little SPOT Of Emotion BooksCaspar BabypantsRed Vault AudioSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello go deep as why we struggle with our favorite things becoming popular; comedian Chris Gethard chats about his latest road-tripping comedy special Half My Life and why he made a pit stop at the dubious Gatorworld theme park; science journalist Julia Rosen schools us on the invasive nature of earthworms, which could be threatening the maple syrup supply; and Americana singer-songwriter Shakey Graves recounts his daunting days as an auditioning actor, before performing the title track of his re-released debut album Roll the Bones.
Dad on Pills (Part 1) | Chris Gethard on Mental Health, Fatherhood, Vulnerability
There’s no definitive guidebook to parenthood. (It would sure be a lot easier if there were though, huh?) In episode 62, Adam and Marc wax lyrical with comedian, actor, writer, fellow podcaster, and dad Chris Gethard about toddler poop, fatherhood fears, vulnerability, and destigmatizing mental illness. With Chris’ essay Dad On Pills serving as a guidepost, the conversation explores Chris’ determination to normalize the conversation around mental health. After, Marc shares a mildly macabre incident in the segment "Did I Just Say That Out Loud?" This interview with Chris Gethard is part one of two.Use this link for a free month subscription to Scribd where you can access Chris Gethard: Dad on Pills and many other amazing titles!Episode 62 of Modern Dadhood opens with an acknowledgement of the passing of the amazing Emilio Delgado, who played Luis on Sesame Street for decades, and was kind enough to join us on the podcast in July of 2020. The guys get right into part one of their conversation with comedian, actor, writer, and fellow podcaster Chris Gethard. Chris is promoting his new essay on Scribd called "Dad on Pills" which is a powerful piece about his history with mental illness, his experience becoming a father, and the art of balancing these two big pieces of his life. Chris discusses topics such as:• Fleeing from his home in Queens with a newborn when the pandemic hit• Getting poop on your hands• Potty training: boys vs. girls• Normalizing the mental health/mental illness conversation• Moving away from "workaholic" culture• Being "too soft" vs being "tough"• And more!The second part of the conversation will be featured in our next episode.Use this link for a free month subscription to Scribd where you can access Dad on Pills and many other amazing titles!Marc shares a particularly stabby Did I Just Say That Out Loud? before the guys out the episode.LINKS:Chris Gethard (official)Dad on Pills (on Scribd)Chris on TwitterChris on InstagramBeautiful Anonymous PodcastCareer Suicide (on HBO)The Chris Gethard ShowCaspar BabypantsRed Vault AudioSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal