Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello relish in delightful things; comedian Cameron Esposito unpacks the ups and downs of making Zoom her comedy stage; poet Ross Gay ponders his fascination with themes of joy and gratitude, while chatting about his essay collection The Book of Delights; and indie folk trio The Lone Bellow share a song they wrote collaboratively while social distancing.
Episode 227: The Mysterious Death of Thelma Todd (With Special Guest Cameron Esposito!)
Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
Today we are joined by a very special guest, Cameron Esposito, to talk all things comedy and true crime! It’s the perfect mashup of worlds. Ash takes us through the Thelma Todd case from Thelma’s childhood in Massachusetts to when the young ✨Hollywood✨ starlet was discovered dead in her own car. Together we wonder what a car is exactly, why the Hollywood machine is so scary and whether we are prepared to be found paradoxically undressed. Thanks so much to Cameron for joining us! As always, thank you to our sponsors:Article: Get $50 dollars off your first purchase of $100 or more. Go to Article.com/Morbid and the discount code will be automatically applied at checkout! Prose: Get 15% off your first order today! Go to Prose.com/morbidPurple: Right now, you’ll get 10% off any order of $200 or more! Go toPurple.com/morbid10 and use promo code morbid10 PrettyLitter: switch to PrettyLitter TODAY by visiting PrettyLitter.com and use promocode morbid for 20% off your first order.
Out with Suzi Ruffell -S3 EP5: Cameron EspositoCONTENT WARNING* Please be aware this episode contains discussion of sexual assault. Joining me on the show this week is the brilliant stand-up comedian, actor, and podcaster, Cameron Esposito. I loved hearing about her story and hope you do too. Thanks. SuzixxCONTENT WARNING* - Please be aware this episode contains discussion of sexual assault. Please subscribe and leave a review.And if you want to get in touch with me on the show, here's how...email: firstname.lastname@example.org: @outwithsuzi A 'Keep It Light Media' ProductionSales, advertising and general enquiries: email@example.com
52. Hard Truths with Cameron Esposito **One Year Anniversary Episode**
Alone at Lunch
This week we celebrate the one year anniversary of Alone at Lunch with the amazing and hilarious Cameron Esposito!! Cameron is a Los Angeles-based standup comic, actor and writer. Cameron has appeared on NBC, CBS, and Comedy Central. She is the host of Queery, a podcast that features interviews with LGBTQ+ luminaries, and is the co-creator and co-star of "Take My Wife". Cameron recently released a special called "Rape Jokes" and released her first book "Save Yourself" in March 2020. In this episode we discuss growing up in a cute village in Illinois, the wonders of Catholicism, being bullied without realizing it, being an over the top friend, figuring out being gay, and literally so much more! Once you listen to this episode, don't forget to **LEAVE US A RATING AND REVIEW** Check out Cameron's Website: www.cameronesposito.comFollow Cameron: @cameronespositoFollow the podcast: @aloneatlunchpodCarly: @carlyjmontagEmily: @thefunnywalshEmail us! Aloneatlunch@gmail.com
This week, Busy got a medical swab she can’t stop talking about. Caissie received a sexy surprise from someone extremely unexpected, before things took a very dark turn. Shantira has a huge announcement. Plus, comedian, author and host of the Queery podcast, Cameron Esposito drops by to discuss what is maybe the most mind-blowing pivot a guest has ever shared in the history of BPIDHB! And spoiler alert: Busy and Cameron share a wild moment that can only be described as a religious experience.Sponsors:Modern Fertility - modernfertility.com/bestHoney - joinhoney.com/busyStitch Fix -stitchfix.com/bestDame - dameproducts.com/busyAthena Club - athenaclub.com - code BESTShipStation - ShipStation.com - code BUSY
236. Now That It’s Over, How Do You Feel? (w/ Cameron Esposito, Farnoosh Torabi)
Fake the Nation
Cameron Esposito, on a study break from divinity school, joins Brent, Eliot and H. Alan to talk about how a social media diet has gotten her through Covid, as well as her years crushin' on George W. Bush. Plus, what does the Biden presidency hold for our community and will trans people FINALLY be left alone? And when it comes to talking about intimate gay stuff with family, parents just don't understand...or do they? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The power of humor with comedians Lauren Lapkus & Cameron Esposito
Tilted: A Lean In Podcast
For many women, “joking around” is something we do when we’re uncomfortable. Humor is a way to deflect an unwanted sexual advance, brush off a sexist comment, or cope with anything else that makes us cringe. But when we wield humor intentionally and unapologetically, it can be much more than a defense mechanism—it can be a tool to take back power. For this episode of Tilted, we asked two outstanding women in comedy—Lauren Lapkus and Cameron Esposito—to tell us all about how they’re doing that, and how we can do it, too.For an upcoming episode of season 2, we want to hear from YOU; how are you planning to make the world a little less tilted in 2021? Give us a call at (855)-4-TILTED, that’s (855)-484-5833, and leave a 30-second voice mail telling us how you plan to make the world a little less tilted in 2021. We’ll share the messages that inspire us most — and we might even follow up with you to learn more. Excited to hear from you! Sign-up for LeanIn.Org's newsletter here.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, we take a gosh darn moment to CELEBRATE, and even though this was taped back in September, what a guest we have to celebrate with: Cameron Esposito! You love her stand-up, you love her podcast Queery and you sure as shootin' love her new memoir Save Yourself! And we get INTO it on this episode: everything from Cam's first kiss to her first communion! All this plus YOUR advice questions! And to ask Qs of your own, call 323-524-7839 and leave a VM or just DM us on IG or Twitter! Also, support the show on Patreon or with a t-shirt and watch us every Wednesday on Twitch!See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#120 Cameron Esposito: I Currently Hate Standup Comedy
You Can Tell Me Anything
Teresa talks to Cameron Esposito, author of "Save Yourself" and host of Queery podcast, about her recent rift with standup in her identity. She shares her experience with therapy as well as how she has been coping in the early days of quarantine. Note :We recorded this episode in the first 100 days of quarantine and a lot has happened in the world since then. Cameron Esposito is a standup comedian, writer, podcast host, and her debut book "Save Yourself" is out now and available in audiobook. Follow her at @cameronesposito.