I Seem Fun: The Diary of Jen Kirkman Podcast

I Seem Fun: The Diary of Jen Kirkman Podcast

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Jen Kirkman sits in bed, talks to you, well into a microphone about what's on her mind.

Episodes

THEY SEEM FUN WITH TAMI FITZKOFF  

Jen takes to the All Things Comedy studios to talk with her friend, old comedy stomping ground pal, and now children’s author Tami Fitzkoff about her journey from the east to the west coast, coming out, going back in, coming out and finding love, changing her mind about kids, health issues that used to cause shame, traveling to Paris and not falling in love, putting away a life in comedy by listening to an inner voice, and living a life for yourself, not for your family’s expectations. Oh, and of course there’s talk of NYC on 9/11 in this episode! First of the year! Her children’s book about embracing being different “Be The Grapes” is available on Amazon.com.  This episode is sponsored by Talkspace.com

THIS WEEK SEEMED FUN Episode 8: “AGE OF AQUARIUS“ (RELEASED 1/13/2017)  

This podcast is a weekly, Friday night bonus installment of “I Seem Fun” where Jen takes a half hour to talk about what happened in pop culture and politics this week that SHE cares about. This week Jen talks about is 2017 the Age of Aquarius? She also talks about the 100 year anniversary of Girl Scout Cookies, and the horrible incident on New Year’s Eve in a progressive town in India. 

UGH, WHO WANTS TO TALK?  

Jen sits at home to talk about how sick she is of talking about herself.  Jen talks about her new tour, where to see her in Los Angeles soon, being so done with the holidays, plays proof of her I Seem Fun episode prediction in 2015 of Putin stealing the election, and reads listener emails about people fearing 40 being too old to start a new life, a gay I Seem Funner wanting to meet a boyfriend at her show, and women who want to swing their dicks in 2017.  This episode is sponsored by Talkspace.com

THIS WEEK SEEMED FUN Episode 7: “ACCIDENTAL LIKES AND WASTING MONEY“ (RELEASED 1/6/2017)  

This podcast is a weekly, Friday night bonus installment of “I Seem Fun” where Jen takes a half hour to talk about what happened in pop culture and politics this week that SHE cares about. This week Jen talks about what NYC could do with the $125 million it’s going to take to protect Trump, how Mrs. Knowles left social media after a controversial “like”, and how the French don’t have to return their work emails on weekends. 

NOT REALL ANY EPISODE!  

I Seem Fun January 3rd, 2017 announcement.

 

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EPISODE 163: MINI  

Jen sits at the All Things Comedy Studio waiting for her special guest - and she tells the story of a Santa who called a nine-year-old boy “fat” and the repercussions that followed.

EPISODE 163: THEY SEEM FUN WITH JON CRYER  

Jen takes to the All Things Comedy Studio with her special interview guest Jon Cryer. They talk about his fantastic memoir, “So That Happened”, believing in Santa, the concept of masculinity, being “of the theatre”, residual checks, an alternate feminist ending to Pretty in Pink, when expectations are different than outcomes, being loud, dealing with Twitter, what’s next and not next for Jon’s ever expanding, ass-kicking career.

YOU’RE WRITING TO A HUMAN  

Jen sits at home to talk about the country being “corrupt af” and how she is wondering if she’s not smart or if the president is like, “I’m done with you people.” She warns listeners about emailing her, she’s a human and no she won’t unblock anyone. Jen also worries that the holiday season is passing her by, reads customer service emails, and talks about Madonna’s recent bad-ass speech. This episode is sponsored by Talkspace.com

A PRESS JUNKET WITH THE KIRKMAN’S  

Jen interviews her parents and sister about what it was like acting in her new Netflix special “Just Keep Living’?” that premieres worldwide on Netflix, January 3rd, 2017.

THE STREETS OF NYC  

Jen does her first ever podcast while walking the streets of New York City. And the audio is great! She talks about the mysterious military plane that was flying around all day freaking everyone out for no reason. She also discusses holiday lights and the plot of another Hallmark movie - this time it’s about a busy business woman who wishes she was never married.

WHAT’S A PHOENIX?  

Jen sits at home recovering from Norovirus to tell you how not to get Norovirus, why she feels empowered to swing her dick this year, thanks to all who came to the dysfunctional Christmas show, the plot of a Hallmark Movie starring Candace - and a special reading of an essay for gay men and the women in their life.

THIS WEEK SEEMED FUN Episode 6: “TAXES, NARCISSISTS AND RAGE ROOMS"  

This podcast is a weekly, Friday night bonus installment of “I Seem Fun” where Jen takes a half hour to talk about what happened in pop culture and politics this week that SHE cares about. This week Jen talks about how Trump didn’t really save jobs in Indiana without burdening the worker, Rage Rooms are popping up all over the world, The Mall of America has it’s first Black Santa, and some thoughts on the broken promise of the dot-com boom that the office as we know it will be dead. 

THERE IS NO NEED TO GREET ME!  

Jen sits at home to talk about how she wants to be left alone at CVS, seeing a reindeer in Los Angeles, why people sound stupid who think L.A doesn’t get cold, what you guys think about driverless cars, and Bostonians putting me in headlocks. This episode is sponsored by Talkspace.com. Use offer code JEN for a discount. 

THIS WEEK SEEMED FUN Episode 5: “APOCOLYPSE NOW?”  

(RELEASED 11/25/2016) This podcast is a weekly, Friday night bonus installment of “I Seem Fun” where Jen takes a half hour to talk about what happened in pop culture and politics this week that SHE cares about. This week Jen talks about how we found evidence of maybe past lives on Mars, our alien signal catching program isn’t quite set up correctly and we could miss the call, The North Pole could be out of ice soon, and Lindsay is "helping refugees" with an expensive nightclub in Greece. 

The Thanksgiving Episode  

Jen takes to the All Things Comedy Studio to tell you that the first Thanksgiving wasn't a day and it involved "pilgrims" being nervous and shooting off their guns (true story), she reminisces about doughnuts, walking and talking with her nana, why she's grateful to not be anxious in a relationship like last year, and realizes while she's talking that she had a really good ending for a joke in her next special and it's too late. 

THIS WEEK SEEMED FUN Episode 4: “DONNY IS A COASTAL ELITE”  

This podcast is a weekly, Friday night bonus installment of “I Seem Fun” where Jen takes a half hour to talk about what happened in pop culture and politics this week that SHE cares about. This week Jen talks about her frustration at the notion that city-folk are “elite”, exposes Rudy’s 9/11 fail, there’s an anti-semite in Trump’s gang, and explains exactly how to effectively contact your representatives, and lists some charities to donate time or money to. 

FEAR OF FLYING  

Jen sits at home for an extra-long, very special episode of “I Seem Fun” that is solely dedicated to the phobia of air travel.  So many listeners have wanted to know how Jen conquered her fear of flying and all of the stories, tips, notions, facts, and more are covered in this episode from cognitive behavioral changes, to safety facts, fun self-care tips, the truth about alcohol and flying, and the deep psychology behind a fear of flying which has nothing to do with…a fear of flying.  Books referenced in this episode are”  The Easy Way To Enjoy Flying” by Allen Carr and "The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook" by Edmund J. Bourne, PHD. 

I SEEM FUN: MINI EPISODE FOR NOVEMBER 15th, 2016  

Jen talks about why this week’s episode #157 doesn’t talk about anything but fear of flying.

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