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Dec 17, 2020

Standup Comedian and Writer at the Daily Show Kathleen Radley talks about searching the news for information and entertainment, social media indulgences and putting on a TV show in the middle of a pandemic.

Dec 10, 2020

Lead Writer at Respawn Entertainment Manny Hagopian talks about the commitment to a long-running bit, writing and putting up original musicals while having a dayjob and how video games are working to make the online world a kinder and more inclusive space.

Dec 3, 2020

Author and podcast host Kate Spencer join Erin & MeLissa to talk getting book deals, her podcast (forever 35) and hanging out with Phish. 

Nov 19, 2020

Comedian, actor and writer Dan Prevette join E&M to talk putting up a one man show at the beginning of the pandemic, his thoughts on faith, and does TV size really matter.   

Nov 12, 2020

Erin & MeLissa talk with writer/actor Lizz Adams about epic birthday parties, the power of a viral tweet, & her and her husbands love story (and he gives us the hot tips on the best way to talk into the microphone) LISTEN RATE REVIEW XO

Nov 5, 2020

Erin & MeLissa talk with actor and filmmaker Melissa Hays about making a short film, raising cats in a pandemic and the pros and cons of social media. 

 
Oct 22, 2020
Carl Tart (actor, comedian) talks about why you should be a Clippers fan, deciding what and when to delete from social media, and hypes underrepresented GOATS (which, shout-out to the WNBA and all womens sports for definitely being in that category).
 
Oct 15, 2020

Briana Venskus (actor) talks about filming TV shows during a pandemic, accounts you should follow on instagram to fill up your heart, and using Google Maps and online ordering to catch someone in a white-lie-gone-farther-than-necessary-but-not-crazy-far.

Oct 8, 2020

Rachel Kiser (founder and director of INK Theater) shares about teaching drama around the world, how kids are responding to social distancing and how to put on an original theater performance (with kids) using Zoom.

Oct 1, 2020

Writer, Producer and Dog Mom, Shauna McGarry, talks with Erin & MeLissa about writing for TV from a "Zoom Room," the pros of deleting your social media, and that if ALEXA plays a different song than you ask, maybe she's right. 

Sep 24, 2020

Writer and Actor, Chase McCown, join Erin & MeLissa to talk GOING LIVE, taking spin class from the studio into your home, and we cover our little knowledge of "Only Fans."

Sep 17, 2020

Director of Customer Success & Service at Shmoop, Kelsey Olson, joins Erin & MeLissa to talk education resources, going through a pregnancy during the pandemic, and the pros of having two weddings to the same person.

Sep 10, 2020

Actor, writer, and comedienne, Santina Muha, join us to talk about Zoom birthdays, not leaving your apartment for months and how COVID got us into some weird snacks

Sep 3, 2020

Actor Peter Banifaz and guest host/actor Nina Concepcion join MeLissa to talk about discovering your people during a pandemic, immigrant parents and American children and falling in love over Twitter.

Aug 27, 2020

The hosts of The Dumbbells podcast, Eugene Cordero and Ryan Stanger, take time out of being dads and podcast hosts to talk to us about movies, quarantine fitness tricks and how to eat most of the ice cream your mom bought without her knowing for a while. 

Aug 20, 2020

Photographer and Producer, Mandee Johnson talks about the release of Super Serious, her brand new book (OUT NOW!), we learn her tips and tricks for taking the best polaroid pictures and the secret for producing live comedy in LA for the last ten years. 

Aug 13, 2020
Actor, comedian and activist Raiza Licea talks about producing a hit live comedy show to celebrate and make space for Latinx performers, everything involved with meeting Mr. Worldwide, and Latinx businesses you should not be sleeping on.
 
Aug 6, 2020

Comedian Debra DiGiovanni talks about her VERY successful Friday Instagram posts, terrible dating and sad breakups, and everyone shares where their tech limits are.

Jul 30, 2020

Actor and co-founder of Outpost13 - a brand new online comedy channel, Paul Hungerford shares about raising kids with the internet, suddenly becoming the teacher when school gets cancelled for the pandemic and launching an online theater.

Jul 16, 2020

Comedian and creator / host of The Funny Dance Show on E! Justine Marino talks about launching a hilariously brilliant show in the middle of a pandemic, butterfly Instagram filters, how to support and be supported as you hustle your heart out and why everyone thinks her boyfriend Mitch is so great (you will, too).

Jul 9, 2020

Comedian and writer Patrick McDonald talks about stumbling on viral comedy gold mid-quarantine, finding permission to promote your art and, most importantly, calling someone on Instagram.

Jun 30, 2020

Comedian and host of the podcast “You Can Tell Me Anything” Teresa Lee talks about figuring out how to run a digital comedy show during quarantine, understanding human behavior and all three share hot tips from therapy

Jun 23, 2020
Entertainment reporter Megan Vick shares her wisdom and experiences with growing up biracial in the heart of the south, finding your voice online, and an impassioned pitch for everyone to stop what they’re doing and watch Blindspotting immediately.
 
Jun 16, 2020

Erin & MeLissa are back from the unknown to resurrect GroupText, a podcast about friendship, communication and technology in the middle of the 2020 apocalypse.

Jun 16, 2020

Podcaster and photographer Dustin Baker (My Two Black Friends podcast) join Erin & MeLissa to discuss the current events of May 2020, how technology and social media is impacting the conversation around race, justice and online echo chambers, and bright spots in a dark time.

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