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Connected Comedy Podcast Episode 38: What Kinds Of Delusion Are You?

June 23, 2013

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On another “fly on the wall” episode of the podcast, Jordan Cooper, Chelcie Rice and Josh Homer bring Patrick Passafiume on the show for an off-the-cuff conversation about being able to self-assess your talent, staying grounded, giving and getting honest criticism of your act from peers, and learning from failure.

In addition, we discuss the dynamics of a comedy scene, why being made fun of is a rite of passage, stepping up from MC’ing to the feature spot, and weighing the standard of a “solid” set of time.

Links from this episode:

Like I’m An Idiot Episode 15: Maggie Klaus Explains Stand-Up Comedy
Is Rob Delaney Trying to Keep the Video of Him Bombing on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ Off the Web?

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James Curtis June 23, 2013 at 2:21 pm

Another super negative podcast. I’m not saying you’re wrong about people’s misconceptions, but your wording and attitude is really negative and maybe you guys aren’t in a position to be offering tips because you just sound bitter and hateful.


Victor Hernandez June 24, 2013 at 10:28 am

The world isn’t all sunshine, lollipops, and sloppy blowjobs(All great things).

Most of the stand-up comedy world is negative and ego crushing, especially self-assessing your own talent level, and honestly criticisizing your act. This episode just kept it mad real.


Max June 23, 2013 at 3:15 pm

Thanks, I really enjoyed listening to this. This stuff needs to be said and I appreciate you guys having the balls to say it because all the delusionals are going to implode when they hear it. Aw.


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