Erin & MeLissa interview veteran funny man Ron Lynch (Portlandia, Adventure Time, Tomorrow Show with Ron Lynch) about being friends for 40+ years, figuring out what's funny and making phone calls in 2016.
Stand up comedian Kyle Ayers talks about the key to being an Apple genius, his dad's multiple burner phones and being honest.
Erin & MeLissa sit down with their first Canadian guest, Will Weldon (stand up comedian, host of Angry Little Goats), who teaches them about Judaism and falling in love on Twitter, as well as starts at least a half dozen arguments in the hour that he was in their house.
Erin and MeLissa talk to fellow best friend/comedy duo Lilan and Wilder (of Lilan & Wilder, UCB, and Trucked Up) about dating, best friend tips, and how we are going to start a group text with them asap.
Erin and MeLissa sit down with Nate Corddry (Reading Aloud podcast, Moms, Studio 60) to talk about knives, not engaging in group texts and the importance of being earnest.
Erin and MeLissa talk to comedian, writer and actor Neil Casey (Inside Amy Schumer, SNL, Ghostbusters) self-driving car, the perks of owning a flip phone and advice for being a good friend.
Erin and MeLissa interview LA comedian James Austin Johnson about granddads, texting and driving, and impersonations of people from the past.
This week, Erin and MeLissa sit down with sketch comedy team Cake Batter (Erin Miller Williams, Lauren Frost, Angela Risk) to discuss being friends and work partners, Android phones and the second annual Funny Women Fest.
Erin and MeLissa interview writer and comedian Brittani Nichols (Transparent, Xperiment, Words with Girls) about whether or not you should be using read receipts, your go-to group chats and the seductive qualities of Minions.