Episode 35 – Mo Fathelbab on Chris Rock – Bigger and Blacker

Listening to Chris Rock’s “Bigger and Blacker” is, according to this week’s guest, listening to someone at the top of their game.  It’s hard to argue with.  It’s a strange mix of standup and sketch, but Chris Rock manages to make it work, turning a whole lot of people (like myself) around.  Before this, I knew him mostly as the guy with some guest spots on “In Living Color.”  After this, I got it.
This week’s guest is Mo Fathelbab.  He runs NerdMelt – Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist Theater at Meltdown Comics – and is the co-creator of “Nerdterns,” a new webseries coming to the Nerdist Channel in August/September.  He sat down with me in the back of NerdMelt to talk about this album and his comedy influences.  A fun time was had by both.  Mostly me.
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Host: Jason Klamm

Producer: Mike Worden

This Week’s Guest: Mo Fathelbab

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