31
August

Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank #275: Open (with Phil Wang)

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photoshop by James Inkel

photoshop by James Inkel

Phil Wang came to my room at my Edinburgh flat to talk about open relationships. Phil has been in a non monogamous situation for the last three years. So we met up to talk about cheating without cheating. I’m always interested in alternative lifestyles and Phil was great to talk to about it. Way open and very honest and funny while he did it.

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Guest Details

Click to listen to Phil's sketch group, Daphne, on BBC radio. You only have till Friday to listen to this episode and then I think they take it down. It's only 30 minutes. Take a listen.

Click to listen to Phil’s sketch group, Daphne, on BBC radio. You only have till Friday to listen to this episode and then I think they take it down. It’s only 30 minutes. Take a listen.

 

The Music

Cake – Let Me Go

Leslie Gore – You Don’t Own Me

I love this song so much I’m putting two versions of it in. The link and the embed.

Gay For Johnny Depp – Fucking Isn’t Cheating

Leonard Cohen – Paper Thin Hotel

 

Twitter Feeds

@PhilNWang

@AriShaffir

@DaphneComedy

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16
August

Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank #274: The Fringe (with Joe Derosa, Alex Kealy, Ahir Shah, and Alex Smith)

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photoshop by Mr. Dingle

photoshop by Mr. Dingle

My Edinburgh roommates Joe Derosa, Alex Kealy, Ahir Shah, Alex Smith, and I all got together to talk to about the world’s largest comedy festival, The Edinburgh Fringe. And since it’s the Fringe, we decided to get drunk while we did it. So here goes. It’s a crazy festival and these guys will help me explain it. The British ones have been here many times. I’ve been here once before. And Derosa was 4 days into his first time.

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Episode Details

Joe Derosa: Zero Forward Progress every night at 9pm at Underbelly Colgate. Tickets are 10£

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Alex Kealy: An Idea Whose Time Has Come is every night at 9:50 at Underbelly Medquad. Tickets are 9.50£

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Ahir Shah: Machines is at Laughing Horse is every day at 1:30pm at Cabaret Voltaire. Tickets can’t be bought as it’s a free show. So get there at 1pm and you should be fine to get a seat.

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Alex Smith: Not Even Trying is at Whistlebinkies at 5:15 every day. Tickets can’t be bought as it’s a free show, so get there by 5:00 and you should be fine. It’s also a 45 second walk to my show starting 15 minutes after his ends, so why not do the 1-2?

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Ari Shaffir: Ari S-P-E-C-T is at Heros at the Hive every night at 6:30. Tickets are Pay What You Want. Which means it’s free, but you can reserve seats for 5£. Definitely do that for the Friday and Saturday shows.

 

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The Music

The Radio Big Band – Edinburgh-Fascinating City

The Proclaimers – 500 Miles

Kenneth McKellar – The Bonnie Wells O’Wearie

Gerry Rafferty – The Royal Mile

 

Twitter Links

@JoeDerosaComedy

@AlexKealy

@AhirShah

@AriShaffir

@AlexSmithComic

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