After a brief disaster with a fire alarm, Clark finally interviews comedian, poet, and co-host of the “Seek Treatment” podcast, Catherine Cohen. Clark asks Catherine about her current quarantine experience in a hotel in Toronto. Clark and Catherine bond over their need to constantly strive for more in their careers as two Ivy Leaguers. Clark asks Catherine about her religious upbringing in Texas. Catherine reads several quotes from a variety of books (not sponsored). Catherine shares that she grew up doing theatre, and after graduating Princeton, joined the improv group UCB in NYC. Clark asks Catherine how she found her love of live performances. Clark and Catherine discuss her book of poems, “God I Feel Modern Tonight: Poems From a Gal about Town.” Catherine reveals what it was like to finally share poetry that didn’t always have a joke in it. Finally, Catherine shares what is currently healing her mind, body and spirit—her Soul Balm. Executive produced by Clark Moore (IG: @mrclarkmoore) Co-Executive produced by Simone Spira (IG: @simcitay)Produced by Liz McDonnell (IG: @liz_mcdonnell) Intern Sally Elizabeth Young Soul Balm is a Paradoxical Production. (IG: @helloparadox)
Catherine Cohen (Seek Treatment, High Maintenance) joins the boys to absolutely deep dive on comedy, music, and birthday surprises for the boyf. Follow Catherine on Twitter, @catcohen, and Instagram @catccohen. Recorded on March 26th, 2021 Twitter @sirbizlow @stevejeanty Instagram @chuckleheads_pod @yojeanty @sirbizlow --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chuckleheadscomedy/support
Doo doo doo doo doo! Cat Cohen ('Seek Treatment' podcast) reunites with Eric to discuss the horny way they met and their mutual love of Shake Shack. They also deep dive into mushrooms, Eric’s TikTok cancellation by Tr*mpers, and Cat's love affair with the gay community. A pure JOY of a listen.Follow Cat on Instagram and Twitter+ Eric's Instagram and (problematic?) Tik Tok and follow That's A Gay Ass Podcast on Instagram
On this week’s episode of Scrolling, Harry and Austin are joined by the one and only Catherine Cohen to discuss Kim and Kanye’s divorce, Ella Emhoff’s fashion week debut, and the upcoming Cruella film (starring Emma Stone and May Zozi)! Plus thoughts on Haim’s “remix” of Gasoline featuring Taylor Swift. And obviously, so much more.On the Extended Patreon Episode, The Boys ask Cat if she’s ever been on a horse, and other juicy questions! Oh, and Harry feeds Austin and Cat scary mints that he got off of Instagram.Pre-order your official Scrolling merchandise at ScrollingPod.com! Pre-orders end March 9th! Order Catherine's new book here! Follow her on Instagram and Twitter!3:15 Describe Madison Beer in one sentence… Go!24:18 Gasoline (feat. Taylor Swift) by Haim, ever heard of it?35:17 Harry reminisces on music festivals and Gov Ball (RIP)39:00 Twitter’s response to Ella Emhoff’s NYFW debut42:54 First Look at Emma Stone’s Cruella. Get the London look!44:43 Anne Hathaway reveals she was the 9th choice to star in The Devil Wears Prada (right behind Jamie Lynn Spears and Miranda Cosgrove!)47:30: The shift from Instagram to TikTok is serving major silent films shifting to talkies vibes52:32 Cat, Harry, and Austin talk recent episodic docs on the The Cecil Hotel, the Night Stalker, and the Zodiac Killer55:40 Austin reminisces on his meet & greet with THE Ashley Judd1:06:12 Cat talks about her new book, God I Feel Modern TonightScrolling is hosted by @VeryHarryHill and @AustinBlakeMaysFor extended weekly episodes and exclusive content, support us on Patreon: patreon.com/scrollingpodListen to Harry and Austin's Most Played Songs Here! https://tinyurl.com/scrollingsspotifywrappedFollow us on Instagram: @scrollingpodTweet us @HiScrollersRate, Subscribe, and Share!
S6 E9: Randa Jarrar, Ethan Hawke, and Catherine Cohen
This Is the Author
S6 E9: In this episode, meet writer and translator Randa Jarrar, acclaimed actor, writer, and director Ethan Hawke, and comedian and actress Catherine Cohen. Enter the studio and listen in as each of these authors—a memoirist, a novelist, and a poet—shares what it was like to record their audiobooks.Love Is an Ex-Country by Randa Jarrar: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/675641/love-is-an-ex-country/A Bright Ray of Darkness by Ethan Hawke: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/235750/a-bright-ray-of-darkness/God I Feel Modern Tonight by Catherine Cohen: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/659738/god-i-feel-modern-tonight/
Catherine Cohen, comedian and author of GOD, I FEEL MODERN TONIGHT | Ep68
Books Connect Us
Catherine Cohen is a comedy sensation who hosts the very popular podcast Seek Treatment. She has been featured in The New York Times and Vogue, and has appeared in the Netflix film The Lovebirds and HBO's High Maintenance. She is now the author of the comedic poetry collection GOD I FEEL MODERN TONIGHT. A Dorothy Parker for our time, a Starbucks philosopher with no primary-care doctor, Catherine will say all the outrageous things we think but never say out loud ourselves. Join our own Pat Stango as he talks to Catherine about comedy, dating, and the misery of podcasting.
The biggest popstar in the world tries their hand at acting, a tale as old as time. Catherine Cohen joins me to discuss Britney Spears breakout (only) movie. We talk about road trips, Love Island, and of course what the best Britney song is!
Lou heads – virtually – to the Big Apple to talk to New York-based comedian, actress and singer Catherine Cohen. Will Loulie listen to the tree?Follow Catherine Cohen on Twitter: @catcohen and Instagram: @catccohen.Listen to Catherine’s podcast Seek Treatment here.Want to support Cuddle Club to make more episodes? Make a one-off donation at https://supporter.acast.com/cuddleclubFollow Cuddle Club on Twitter and Instagram: @CuddleClubPodRecorded by Ben Williams and edited by Naomi Parnell for Plosive Productions.Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design). Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/cuddleclub.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Early Work is back for a new series, and the work is even EARLIER than before. We kick off with our first American guest, the inimitable comedian and poet Catherine Cohen, who kindly Skyped into the podcast from a porn set at 9am. One of the most equipped Early Work guests of all time as she brings a hench 60 page word document full of angsty teenage poetry, which is not so much 'up Rhys's street' as 'living in Rhys's loft'. There’s also a song written in the bath she was convinced would be chart-topping, a perfect voice for British advertising and the results of what happens if you put your entire body of early work through an algorithm that writes your next poem for you. Plus, Rhys shares a plagiarised poetry idea and one of the most excruciating heartbreak stories he can muster. We're back.Follow Early Work on Twitter @EarlyWorkPod or you can follow him @rhysjamesyEmail your Early Work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Cohen took home “Best Newcomer” at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, with a jaw-dropping show bursting with wit, originality and layer upon layer of irony. Her angle of attack, mocking the audience for being so pathetically in love with her, allows her to take huge risks on stage, in a character that was grown through vast quantities of just the right sort of stage time.We talk about why she loves the occasional “stone-faced” audience-member, about playing to win and succeeding, surviving burn-out, and why she can’t stop “freaking out about absolutely everything”…Join the Insiders Club now at www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders for all this and much much more.Catch up with Catherine Cohen:http://www.catherine-cohen.comTW: @catcohen | IG: @catccohenTW: @ComComPod | IG: @ComComPodAs per the post-amble, consider giving these comics a follow on Twitter:@DaneBaptweets@ninia_benjamin@funmbi@ginayashere@destheray@jamalimaddix@olathecomedian@AhirShah@paulsinha@MrNishKumar@tezilyas@dalisochaponda@athenakugblenuSTU GOLDSMITH’S INFINITE SOFAEvery Monday and Thursday night at the new later time of 9pm, Stu Goldsmith’s Infinite Sofa brings you the warmest and most atmospheric cure for the social-isolation blues!Forthcoming guests include Rhod Gilbert, Sara Barron, Iain Stirling, Flo and Joan, and Luisa Omelian, who with 12 members of the public join Stu for an hour and a half of brilliant comedy, music and variety with interactive games and big laughs. Find out more at www.infinitesofa.comCHOPS COMEDYEvery Tuesday at 8pm come and watch your favourite comics riding their sea-legs in the new world of online stand-up, with a warm and a generous studio audience, at Chops Comedy! Forthcoming headliners include Josie Long, Sarah Millican, Jarred Christmas, Rob Kemp, Russell Hicks and Lost Voice Guywww.chopscomedy.comSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.