Podcast: Put Your Hands Together. Episode 2. Bobcat Goldthwait (SF80s), Baron Vaughn, Brent Weinbach (SF00s) and Katie Crown. Hosted by Cameron Esposito. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here.

Podcast: You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes. Episode 116. Bobcat Goldthwait. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.

[Writer/director/comedian, Bobcat Goldthwait (SF80s), can add “impressive podcast guest” to his immense list of credits. Topics include: hiatuses, lurid impressions, “God Bless America”, civility and being apart of the problem. Very fun, fluid episode.]

Courting Sketchfest Countdown: Meltdown @ Cobb’s Comedy Club. 10:30pm. $25. Featuring Kumail Nanjiani, Jonah Ray, Jon Dore, Bobcat Goldthwait (SF80s), Pete Holmes, and Brent Weinbach (SF00s). Tickets Available: Here. [17 Days Left]

[What else can be said about the premier Los Angeles showcase? Post-modern, tucked away, budding, the Meltdown has swiftly become the hallmark of wonderment. While Cobb’s has a considerable amount of more chairs and space, the constants will be at large: copious banter, bubbly atmosphere, and tremendous comedy. Added to that, SF luminaries, Goldthwait and Weinbach, return home for the perfect habitat of humor-anity]

Courting Sketchfest Countdown: Meltdown @ Cobb’s Comedy Club. 10:30pm. $25. Featuring Kumail Nanjiani, Jonah Ray, Jon Dore, Bobcat Goldthwait (SF80s), Pete Holmes, and Brent Weinbach (SF00s). Tickets Available: Here. [17 Days Left]

[What else can be said about the premier Los Angeles showcase? Post-modern, tucked away, budding, the Meltdown has swiftly become the hallmark of wonderment. While Cobb’s has a considerable amount of more chairs and space, the constants will be at large: copious banter, bubbly atmosphere, and tremendous comedy. Added to that, SF luminaries, Goldthwait and Weinbach, return home for the perfect habitat of humor-anity]

Bobcat Goldthwait by Robyn Von Swank

Bobcat Goldthwait by Robyn Von Swank

tylerross:

Bobcat Goldthwait on Flickr.
Comedian/Screenwriter/Director/Actor, Bobcat Goldthwait backstage at Nerdist theater at the Meltdown Show at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, CA. Such an incredibly talented man. © Atrossity Photography

[Holy City Legend]

tylerross:

Bobcat Goldthwait on Flickr.

Comedian/Screenwriter/Director/Actor, Bobcat Goldthwait backstage at Nerdist theater at the Meltdown Show at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, CA.

Such an incredibly talented man.

© Atrossity Photography

[Holy City Legend]

Podcast: WTF w/ Marc Maron. Episode 324. Featuring Tom Kenny. Download Link: Here. iTunes Link: Here. Official Link: Here.

SpongeBob SquarePants himself, Tom Kenny, gets vocal in the garage while discussing his lifelong friendship with Bobcat Goldthwait, his days as a stand-up, and his time on Mr. Show. Tom also tells Marc the origin of the SpongeBob voice.

[Some great tales of late-80’s comedy. Tons of great references and stories. Tom Kenny is a cool, cool individual.]

Mark Pitta, Robin Williams, Bobcat Goldthwait, Nick Aragon, Johnny Taylor, Eric Cash, Matt Kirshen @ Set List/142 Throckmorton Theater.

Mark Pitta, Robin Williams, Bobcat Goldthwait, Nick Aragon, Johnny Taylor, Eric Cash, Matt Kirshen @ Set List/142 Throckmorton Theater.

8/3. The Business @ Nerdist Theater/Meltdown Comics. 7522 W Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles. 9PM. $8-$10. Featuring Alex Koll, Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister, Chris Garcia, Caitlin Gill and Chris Thayer. Special Guests: Bobcat Goldthwait and Guy Branum. Advanced (cheaper) Tickets: Here.  RSVP: Here. 

Oh Los Angeles.
Ohhhhhh Los Angeles.
It’s been a while since the Business and Los Angeles got friendly, and SO MUCH has been going on. We need to talk all about it when we return to Meltdown on Friday August 3rd. And we’re returning bigger and better than before. How we doin’ that you ask? Check it out:
Not just will all original members of the Business (Alex Koll, Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister and Chris Garcia) be on hand to get funny, but our two newest recruits will be with us: Caitlin Gill and Chris Thayer. It’s time to show LA what out sold-out crowds in SF already know: These two are the BUSINESS! Real talk.
What else? How about two amazing guests: Comedian/writer/actor/notary public Guy Branum and comedian/writer/actor/filmmaker/firestarter Bobcat Goldthwait! 
Plus, as always, the Medically Transported Burrito Raffle and more…

8/3. The Business @ Nerdist Theater/Meltdown Comics. 7522 W Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles. 9PM. $8-$10. Featuring Alex Koll, Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister, Chris Garcia, Caitlin Gill and Chris Thayer. Special Guests: Bobcat Goldthwait and Guy Branum. Advanced (cheaper) Tickets: Here.  RSVP: Here

Oh Los Angeles.

Ohhhhhh Los Angeles.

It’s been a while since the Business and Los Angeles got friendly, and SO MUCH has been going on. We need to talk all about it when we return to Meltdown on Friday August 3rd. And we’re returning bigger and better than before. How we doin’ that you ask? Check it out:

Not just will all original members of the Business (Alex Koll, Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister and Chris Garcia) be on hand to get funny, but our two newest recruits will be with us: Caitlin Gill and Chris Thayer. It’s time to show LA what out sold-out crowds in SF already know: These two are the BUSINESS! Real talk.

What else? How about two amazing guests: Comedian/writer/actor/notary public Guy Branum and comedian/writer/actor/filmmaker/firestarter Bobcat Goldthwait! 

Plus, as always, the Medically Transported Burrito Raffle and more…

Podcast: Proudly Resents “Bobcat Goldthwait Gets Loud”. Featuring Adam Spiegelman. Guests: Bobcat Goldthwait. Download Link: Here. Official Link: Here. iTunes Link: Here

Bobcat Goldthwait (“God Bless America”) opens up about his rise to stardom at a young age. His first time on Letterman. His unique choices of movies. Most importantly, his obsession w/ C**k-blocking.

This ain’t your daddy’s interview! Unless I’m your daddy. Then it is. And I’m sorry I wasn’t around more.

[San Francisco legend talks about the making of a San Francisco legend in a pally chat with Adam Spiegelman.]

Bobcat Goldthwait, director and comedian, dictates the difference between he and Kinison, the rose-colored glasses of the early-20s and the importance of quitting. 

(Source: thecomedybureau.com)