Kill Me Now with Judy Gold

Kill Me Now with Judy Gold

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Kill Me Now is a weekly podcast hosted by award winning comedian and writer, Judy Gold. Since Judy always seems to be pissed-off about something, she thought why not interview celebrities, family, friends and neighbors about what makes them angry - from the extraordinary to the mundane. Whether it's your cheap friend who always gets up from the table when the check comes, to injustices such as inequality & equal pay, Judy and her guests vent with wit, humor and passion while you laugh your ass off.


100: Bruce Vilanch  

Bruce Vilanch is a six-time Emmy Award-winner. He is best known for his four-year stint as a clelebrity participant on Hollywood Squares. Vilanch has been the head writer for the Oscars, as well as being a featured writer for the Tonys, Grammys, and Emmys.

99: Bill Persky Part II  

Bill continues the conversation with Judy and Lenny Marcus.

98: Bill Persky  

Bill Persky is an American Emmy Award-winning director, screenwriter, producer, and actor for television.

97: Jessica Kirson  

Jessica Kirson joins Judy Gold and Hennessy on Kill Me Now!

- Never Fugettaboutit: Jessica Kirson began comedy in 1999. 9/11 happened 2 years later. Just saying.

- Hells Bells: Every time a bel lrings, Jessica has a flashback of fat-camp.

- Freudian Flip: Jessica's mother was a therapist. Her father didn't belive in therapy.

- Once paranoid on cocaine, Jessica stared out of a peep-hole for 6 hours straight.

96: Laurie Kilmartin Part 2  

Laurie Kilmartin continues her conversation with Judy and Hennessy.

Laurie Kilmartin Part 1  

Laurie Kilmartin is an American comedian and writer best known for being a finalist on Last Comic Standing season 7. She is currently a staff writer for the Conan O'Brien show Conan.

94: Cathy Ladman  

Cathy Ladman is an American stand-up comedian, television writer, and actress. She was featured in her own installment of HBO's One Night Stand comedy series, and has been a guest on The Tonight Show on nine occasions.

93: Keith Malley Part 2  

Keith Malley continues his conversation with Judy and Hennessy.

92: Keith Malley  

A pioneer of podcasting, comic and co-host of the legendary 'Keith and The Girl' show Keith Malley joins Judy Gold and Hennessy in studio!

*Blessed be Thy Game* Keith talks about how his Catholic priest father quit the church to marry his mom.

*Growing Pains* Keith's dad falsely incriminated his kids in order to punish them by doing the housework he didn't want to.

*Paying Dues* Judy is annoyed that Keith only does standup comedy once a year.

*Podcast Pioneers* Keith and The Girl celebrate over a dozen years of podcasting.

91: Kevin Allison Part 2  

Kevin Allison of the Risk! podcast is back in the studio with Judy and Hennessy to continue sharing his stories.

90: Kerry Butler  

Tony nominee, actor, singer and former-Judy Gold-costar, Kerry Butler joins Kill Me Now.

- Never Forget: Kerry's hit cult-musical 'Bat Boy' was ended early because of the 9/11 attacks.

- Anything You Can Do: Judy and Kerry argue over who's dressing room was messier during 'Clinton The Musical'.

- Baby Mine: Kerry talks about her adoption process, visiting Ethiopia and her lovely children.

89: Kevin Allison  

Kevin Allison of the Risk! podcast and live storytelling show joins Judy and Hennessy in the Play.It studios!

- Godspell: Kevin tried his best to hide his sexual-identity in his Catholic, Ohio hometown, despite starring in all of the high school musicals.

- Skit for Scat: Kevin is part of hit 90's MTV sketch-series, The State but fails to bond as one of the group members.

- Something an old cast-mate said to Kevin made him take a big risk - and his hit podcast was born.


88: Monica Piper  

Solo-show star, comic, award -winner, actor, mom and head writer of Rugrats (among other incredible shows): Monica Piper raps with Judy about growing up with funny dads, having kids on the road, solo-show life and anti-depressants. Judy gets a Jew-bell and Hennessy gets to ask a question. On Kill Me Now

87: Nancy Giles  

Actress and commentator Nancy Giles joins Judy and Hennessy in studio!

Nancy is best known for her appearnaces in the series China Beach and CBS News Sunday Morning.

86: Randy Rainbow  

Actor, activist, singer, YouTube sensation, parody-songwriter Randy Rainbow joins Judy and Hennessy in studio!

Yes That Is My Real Name - Randy's last name is legit.

Babs and Judy - Randy and Judy swoon over iconic women.

Day in the Strife - Randy walks Judy through an entire taping of his political parodies.


85: Sue Kolinsky Part 2  

- We Never Stopped Taping: Through the magic of podcast editing, Sue Kolinsky is back in studio with guest host Karen Bergreen

- Full Circle: Sue discusses the next steps in her comedy and writing career, which blossomed after a spec script for Ellen and a quick-witted response to an
inappropriate anal sex group

84: Bob DiBuono  

State Of the Union: “President Donald Trump" is in studio with guest co-host Bette Sussman for a special call-in show. Donald discusses torture, LGBT rights, Melania’s citizenship status, and more with a variety of callers.

83: Sue Kolinsky  

Sue Kolinsky is in studio with guest host Karen Bergreen

The gang discusses the Million Women March. Sue has been to Antarctica and swam in the Arctic Ocean.

Sue, who has been doing stand-up since 1978, talks about her career and does an impression of Humphrey Bogart

Sue talks about some of the good tips and bad tips she got as a server

Sue opens up about her contentious relationship with Ellen DeGeneres



82: Sam Morrill  

Comedian Sam Morrill and his rich velvety voice are in studio, along with guest co-host Karen Bergreen.

I Like Jokes A Lot: Judy thinks Sam is a great jokewriter. The gang discusses life on the road as a comedian.

You're So Cool: Sam, who grew up in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, talks about his upbringing, including knowing playing sports with Rudy Giuliani's son, his college experience at Tulane during Hurricane Katrina, and getting started in stand-up comedy.

23 And Me: Judy just submitted her DNA for a genetics test

It Was Pretty Scary: Sam opens up about his online run-ins with social justice warriors over his jokes, and the helpful advice about it he received from Colin Quinn.

A Joke For All Seasons: Judy, Sam, and Karen compare and contrast their different experiences in different generations of stand-up comedy

You Know What Really Pisses Me Off?: Judy talks about a few of the various things that make her angry

81: Negin Farsad  

You Know You’re Brilliant: Comedian Negin Farsad, who can make audiences think about deep stuff without them even realizing it, is in studio. Lenny Marcus co-hosts.

Only Child: Negin grew up in Palm Springs, FL, where her only friends were old retired people.

Requisite Five Minutes Of Racism: Negin recently got engaged to an actor who is so beautiful, people are usually surprised Negin is actually dating him. Negin discusses her Muslim parents’ initial reaction to her fiancé, who is African American.

Little Pockets Of Bigotry: The gang discusses the 2016 Presidential Election and President-elect Donald Trump.

So Many White People: Negin went to college at Cornell, which was an eye-opening experience for her.

Plan B: Despite having multiple Ivy League degrees, Negin decided to get into comedy and discovered she was really good at it.

The Muslims Are Coming: Negin and fellow comedian Dean Obedeillah put together a comedy tour and documentary featuring Muslim comics. After the Metropolitan Transit Authority banned ads for the film for political reasons, Negin and Dean took their case to the Supreme Court and won.

Rage Against The Rage: Negin discusses Internet rage and antidepressants.

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