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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Zach Galifianakis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Zach Galifianakis, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Zach Galifianakis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Zach Galifianakis, often where they are interviewed.

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65. Charlotte Clymer. Pride Special. From Army Infantry to the Front Lines of Trans Rights. Being Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable. Veterans Affairs Dept Coronavirus Cases Double. NY Was Right. Florida Was Wrong. Rieckhoff’s Zach Galifianakis Story.

Angry Americans with Paul Rieckhoff
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Charlotte Clymer (@CMClymer) is a fighter. [1:23:12] An Army veteran and one of the most influential trans activists in the world, she’s gone from from a trailer park in Texas, to Army Infantry Basic Training at Fort Benning, to advocating for transgender people worldwide. Charlotte fights for herself and for others. Tough, patriotic and sharp, she burst onto the political scene in 2018 after being denied access to a Washington, DC restaurant bathroom. A dynamic powerhouse on Twitter, the former Press Secretary at the largest and most powerful LGBTQ organization in the country (HRC--Human Rights Campaign), Charlotte has written for Glamour, Vice, NBC and been a commentator on CBS News Sunday Morning. As a soldier, Charlotte carried the caskets of Americans killed in action. As an activist, she’s carried the stories of countless unheard voices. This Pride month, and in the wake of the historic Supreme Court decision protecting LGBTQ employees from discrimination based on sex, Charlotte takes us inside the life of a front-line fighter deep in the most critical fights of our time. She breaks down Trump’s politicization of the military, the Pentagon’s transban, why Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign was historic, her favorite drink, if she’ll go back in the Army and whether she’ll run against Senator Ted Cruz back home in Texas. 


Following our most popular episode ever with actor and activist Ron Perlman, Angry Americans host Paul Rieckhoff (@PaulRieckhoff) leads a powerful conversation with another important, inspiring and iconic American changing the face of America’s past, present and future. And, he blazes through the news you need to know about--as always with a special focus on national security, veterans and first-responder issues. From the explosion of coronavirus cases inside the Department of Veterans Affairs, to chaos inside the Pentagon, to the protests and pandemic spreading nationwide, Rieckhoff breaks it down with fire, wit and independence. 


It’s an important and inspiring Pride month special episode of THE podcast for independent American politics, news and culture. Angry Americans has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, Variety, NPR, The New York Times and SiriusXM--as our audience and impact continues to grow fast. 


You can join the powerful Angry Americans community now on Patreon to support this vital independent voice speaking truth to power. You’ll also get unique access to Paul Rieckhoff, our inspiring guests, cool gear and unique content not available anywhere else. Patreon members also get chances to interact directly with friends of the pod like Henry Rollins, Ambassador Susan Rice, Meghan McCain and Mayor Pete Buttigieg


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If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention. Angry Americans is empowering independent Americans everywhere and powered by Righteous Media.

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Jun 26 2020

2hr 36mins

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Zach Galifianakis: Some Jokes about His Thoughts

Netflix Is A Daily Joke
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Zach Galifianakis jokes about some of his thoughts in his Netflix special "Live at the Purple Onion"

Jun 19 2020

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Zach Galifianakis: 'The Hangover'

It Happened In Hollywood
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The brilliant Zach Galifianakis is Seth and Chip’s very special guest for the Season 2 finale, an uproarious hour about his unlikely path to superstardom in the 2009 comedy smash “The Hangover.”

On this podcast, Seth Abramovitch, senior writer at The Hollywood Reporter, and Chip Pope, an Emmy-winning TV writer and comic, take you behind the scenes of the indelible pop culture moments that shaped Hollywood history — with special guests who were actually there. In a town where everything old is eventually new again, Seth and Chip give listeners a front-row seat to the way things were. Welcome to IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD!

Hosted by: Seth Abramovitch and Chip Pope
Produced by: Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham
Theme music composed by: Paul Masvidal and Sean Malone

Mar 14 2020

58mins

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The 12 Guests of Xmas with Zach Galifianakis, Justin Long, Amy Miller and 10 more guests

Doug Loves Movies
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Live from Largo in LA,  Doug welcomes Billy Wayne Davis, Eric Edelstein, Zach Galifianakis, Adam Green and Arwen, Samm Levine, Justin Long, Kate Micucci, Amy Miller, Jesse Pasternack, Sean Sakimae, Frankie Shaw, Daniel Van Kirk and Clarke Wolfe to the second 12 Guests of Xmas episode of the season.

You can find the entire archive of Doug Loves Movies on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com and use promo code "DOUG."

Dec 13 2019

1hr 50mins

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Allen Strickland Williams, David Gborie, Charles Gould, Sara Schaefer, Zach Galifianakis

Stand-Up w/ Tom Thakkar
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Half hour edition of Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano featuring an interview with Allen Strickland Williams.


Listen to more from each comedian below:

Allen Strickland Williams - CCSUP

David Gborie - CCSUP

Charles Gould - CCSUP

Sara Schaefer - CCSUP

Zach Galifianakis - CCP

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Dec 05 2019

44mins

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Actor and comedian Zach Galifianakis feels cautious about being Conan O’Brien’s friend.


Zach and Conan sit down to talk about the showbiz cult of ego, mining comedy from miscommunication, phone calls from the president, hunting for clay, and being inspired by a professional whistler. Later, Sona and Matt Gourley surprise Conan with a Halloween treat.


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Oct 28 2019

59mins

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Ep. #512: Chris Cuomo, Zach Galifianakis

Real Time with Bill Maher
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Bill’s guests are Chris Cuomo, Zach Galifianakis, Dan Carlin, Donny Deutsch, and Elissa Slotkin.

(Originally aired 10/25/19)

Oct 26 2019

55mins

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Bill Burr, Maria Bamford, Chris D'Elia, Zach Galifianakis

Stand-Up w/ Tom Thakkar
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Half Hour kickoff episode with guest host Tom Thakkar!

Listen to more from each comic below:

Bill Burr - Comedy Central Presents

Maria Bamford - Comedy Central Presents

Chris D'Elia - Comedy Central Presents

Zach Galifianakis - Comedy Central Presents

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Oct 10 2019

41mins

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Zach Galifianakis

Off Camera with Sam Jones
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Zach Galifianakis had his big moment of success a bit later than most. Zach was a stand-up comedian with a small but loyal following, but when the massive hit comedy The Hangover came out, his life drastically changed. At 40 years old, Zach was unaccustomed to throngs of fans and perplexed by the attention brought by fame. As he says, “No one wanted to hear me speak or ask my opinion until I got into the movies. That doesn’t make any sense.”Zach’s down to earth approach to life likely originated with his family—a naturally funny and supportive crowd who encouraged Zach to follow his dreams of performing at an early age. After school, he moved to New York City to find an acting coach who could take him under their wing and provide an entrance into the business. Success wasn’t imminent though. As Zach says, “I worked for an uncle who managed a restaurant called Tequila Willie’s, where I had to wear a sombrero and pick up my tips off the kitchen room floor. Have you ever been on the kitchen floor on your hands and knees picking up quarters with a sombrero on? It’s very uplifting. Especially, when you’re still a busboy at 28.” Zach never found his long sought after acting coach but instead discovered stand up in the back of a burger restaurant, and never looked back.Even with his roles in big budget films, Zach continues to take on interesting, outside the box projects—whether it’s being a fake talk show host in the Netflix movie adaptation of Between Two Ferns or doing impromptu stand-up at a steakhouse in Pasadena. Over the course of our conversation, you’ll realize Zach’s honesty and modesty is as endearing as it is hilarious, as awkward as it is intimate.Zach joins Off Camera to talk about his favorite Between Two Ferns moment, his mission to take the piss out of “celebrity,” and why you should dress up as a witch and go find him on the streets of Venice if you want to have a nice ten-minute conversation.

Sep 26 2019

1hr 14mins

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Michael Blieden (an executive producer and director on Comedy Central's "South Side," director of "The Comedians of Comedy" with Patton Oswald, Zach Galifianakis, Maria Bamford, and Brian Posehn)

This Is Not A Bit
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Michael Blieden, along with fellow former “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” writers Bashir Sallahudin and Diallo Riddle (and Bashir’s brother, Sultan), form the creative backbone of the current Comedy Central show “South Side.”  In this interview, Blieden discusses the genesis and creative decision-making of “South Side,” and how it stems from the team’s bonding on “Late Night.” Blieden discusses how his play “Melvin Goes To Dinner” was turned into a movie by director (and later “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” actor) Bob Odenkirk, which led to his directing “The Comedians of Comedy” with Patton Oswald, Zach Galifianakis, Maria Bamford and Brian Posehn (the first film to be financed by Netflix).  Blieden also discusses his collaborations with singer-songwriter Michael Penn and the late comedian Mitch Hedberg.

Sep 16 2019

41mins

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