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Good Talk With Anthony Jeselnik: Season 1 (2019)
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4d agoWhile it was weird to have a podcast on TV, this was a fun way for comedians to have conversations beyond what a basic podcast format is.
Jul 13, 2021This show was weird and awkward and I enjoy Jeselnik as an interviewer. It also got Anthony out of his standard rhythm as a stand-up: Set-up, repeat set-up again, dry punchline. It was nice to not have to hear Anthony repeat his questions twice in this show like he does in his act since he performs for drunks who need help hearing. Anthony should try more long form rambling jokes, and he should study Tig Notaro. He shouldn't be Tig Notaro unless he wants to, but, I think it'd help him change up his act for the better since Tig is dry and Anthony-like (see their interview), but has a completely weird story-flow to her performances that no other act has done. You can't walk into a Tig show and get the joke, you have to stand there for her entire act as she expertly weaves the comedy together. There's definitely no repeating in Tig's act, and I think Anthony could use a little inspiration there.
Oct 24, 2019I really enjoy the natural funny conversations and seeing their humor in 1 on 1 sets
Oct 12, 2019Kinda a new take on the late night talk shows! Great how's and refreshing guests You kinda don't know where the show is going. feels like a good podcast
Oct 02, 2019Great discussions on comedy. Though if you don't like the host it's probably just a 4.
Sep 09, 2019The search to find a good format for Jeselnik continues ...
Sep 08, 2019I'm a fan of Jeselnik, but this show isn't funny at all. Don't enjoy the format and doubt this will get a second seas
Sep 07, 2019Jeselnik's "shtick" has been a bloated ego trading on good looks and being smarter than others. He wasn't able to shed that for this show and it doesn't work. The moronic cheap-take on a Masterpiece Theater set, his stiff demeanor and robotic questions -- as well as his stupid 3x5 index cards -- all add up to a contrived and overwrought failure. When the first guest out of the box is Nick Kroll, whose career zenith was in the 90s, it's clear that a minimum of effort and expense went into creating this show.
Sep 07, 2019I like it alot. Jeselnik is the man.