Episode 85: Zhubin Parang and the Regret of Meritocracy
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Zhubin Parang is a delightful human, comedian, improviser, writer, and producer at the Daily Show. Listen to him on THIS show daily! Or at least once. This is the episode he's on. But you can definitely listen every day if you want to. Enjoy! Whee!
Zhubin Parang (The Daily Show) joins Alan to talk about why he likes South Park, being a lawyer and doing comedy at night, and the difference in writing for Jon Stewart and Trevor Noah.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Zhubin Parang (Head Writer of The Daily Show) joins the podcast to talk about the hallmarks of a failure spiral. We also chat about balancing law and comedy, the failure culture in a writers room, tips on submitting a packet, and how Zhubin thought he was going to get fired on his first day at The Daily Show.CONNECT W/ THE NEED TO FAIL & DON FANELLI ON TWITTER:https://twitter.com/theneedtofailhttps://twitter.com/donfanelliAND PLEASE SUPPORT TN2F ON PATREON FOR BONUS EPS & MORE:https://www.patreon.com/theneedtofailSUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW TN2F on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.THE NEED TO FAIL IS A FOREVER DOG PODCASThttps://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-need-to-fail
Mark and Hal sit down with Zhubin Parang, head writer of The Daily Show, to talk pigskin. Is Pro Football best, or does College rule? Put on your pads, strap on your helmet and get ready to fight! Topics include: - Snobs - Chants - Horn sections - Merrill Reese
EPISODE 30 - Zhubin Parang (Head Writer, "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah")
Back in 2013, Mark and Iliana Inocencio (then co-host of The PITcast) sat down with Daily Show writer Zhubin Parang to hear about what it takes to be a Daily Show writer and a successful comedian in NYC. Since then, Zhubin has become the Head Writer for The Daily Show! Theme Song: "Breakdown" by Homesick Sun
Correspondent Jason Jones and writer Zhubin Parang welcome field producer Brennan Shroff for a look back at Jason's recent reporting from Russia and India, including the time Jones found himself stuck on top of an elephant. The Daily Show's senior researcher Adam Chodikoff explains how he remembers decades-old Senate speeches and helps Jon and the writers stay on a factually sound footing. Chodikoff is put to the test in the new game "Stump The Chods" and the first winner of #MyDailyShowTheme is revealed. Submit yours!