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Emily Heller. Lance Bangs Presents show. Bridgetown Festival. Opening Night. Bagdad Theater. 04/18/13. Photo by Jason Traeger.

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New episode of The Future featuring the amazing John Mulaney!!!!! (by AboveAverageNetwork)

Emily Heller on Conan

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Second episode of The Future featuring Kal Penn!!! (by AboveAverageNetwork)

Directed by Jorma Taccone (Berkeley). Starring Emily Heller (Alameda). 

Podcast: Baby Geniuses w/ Emily Heller and Lisa Hanawalt. Episode 30: Janine Brito. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.

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This week on Baby Geniuses: the hilarious JANINE BRITO stops by! Another one of our friends from Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, Janine shares some knowledge about World War 2, learning how to shave your legs like a man, and the best way to face-murder someone.

Then: rhyming expert Reid Faylor Dan the Rhymer debunks some myths about rhyming, shares some of his favorite ‘almost rhymes,’ and maaaaaybe has an emotional breakdown.

Plus: Lady pirates! How much do we need to brush our teeth, really! Horrible things that Emily did! And why does Lisa love Jessica Simpson so much?!

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Wonderful podcast music provided by Nate Heller.

Goooooodbyyyyyeee!!!

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The Future ft. Reggie Watts (by AboveAverageNetwork)

Hey ding dongs!! Check out the first episode of my new web series THE FUTURE!! Finally a vehicle for my true talents!!!

Big thanks to everyone at Above Average for doing an amazing job, and my big bro for doing all the music!

Days ago, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival announced it’s line-up featuring some of the fiercest faces of funny, darlings of the deprecation, and heroes of ha-ha. Once again, the Bay Area is represented handsomely by various luminaries of the region’s history and current thoroughbreds. Shout outs are indeed in order to: Dana Gould (SF80s), Greg Behrendt (SF90s), Moshe Kasher (Native), Karen Kilgariff (SF90s), Blaine Capatch (SF90s), Emily Heller (Native), Jordan Morris (SF00s), Drennon Davis (SF00s), Guy Branum (SF00s), Nico Santos (SF00s), David Gborie, Dhaya Lakshiminarayanan, Dave Anthony (SF90s), Kevin Munroe, Caitlin Gill, Solomon Georgio (Native), Joe Nguyen, and all others selected to tell jokes, eat unhealthy, dance wildly and drink absurdly. 

Days ago, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival announced it’s line-up featuring some of the fiercest faces of funny, darlings of the deprecation, and heroes of ha-ha. Once again, the Bay Area is represented handsomely by various luminaries of the region’s history and current thoroughbreds. Shout outs are indeed in order to: Dana Gould (SF80s), Greg Behrendt (SF90s), Moshe Kasher (Native), Karen Kilgariff (SF90s), Blaine Capatch (SF90s), Emily Heller (Native), Jordan Morris (SF00s), Drennon Davis (SF00s), Guy Branum (SF00s), Nico Santos (SF00s), David Gborie, Dhaya Lakshiminarayanan, Dave Anthony (SF90s), Kevin Munroe, Caitlin Gill, Solomon Georgio (Native), Joe Nguyen, and all others selected to tell jokes, eat unhealthy, dance wildly and drink absurdly. 

Holla, holla! Here’s the latest epi of the Blaria Podcast. Today, I’m chatting with Emily Heller, who since moving to NYC a year and a half ago has really had her career taken off. She performed on the New Face showcase at the Montreal Comedy Festival, made her stand up debut on Comedy Central’s John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show, and is currently the warmup comic for Totally Biased. And if that’s not all, she has a web series coming out on Above Average last on this year. Not too shabby, huh? Anyway, she’s a busy person, so I was happy that she had the time to sit down with me and chat about a multitude of things including our love of VH1′s Behind the Music, comedy, and other fun things. Hope you dig it. Enjoy!

 

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We did it, babies! Our first ever LIVE EPISODE! Jorma Taccone (SNL, the Lonely Island, Girls) speaks to us about ASMR, embarrassing first recordings, and being an unlikely heartthrob. Alex Koll (Comedy Central) shares with us his bowling expertise and explains what “pussy boy” means. Natasha Muse (A Funny Night for Comedy) talks science and tells the truly incredible story of how her baby came to be (hint: not the usual way!). Tony Bedard (booker of the Hemlock Tavern) shares some of the worst booking emails he’s ever gotten. Plus, two bona fide Robin Williams experts: Joey Devine Dr. William Robbins & Sean Keane Professor Adam Patches!

Live music from Nate Heller!

Breast massagers! Stray dogs! Heckling dads! ASMR! Mark Twain! This episode has it all!

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