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How To Be a Person

Comedy writers Mike Drucker ("The Tonight Show," The Onion, Marvel) and Jess Dweck ("The Tonight Show", "Late Night") invite fellow comedians, writers, and other interesting people to teach them how to be normal human beings. Logo by Bryan Brinkman. Theme by Eric Gersen. www.patreon.com/howtobeaperson
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Now displaying: August, 2015
Aug 27, 2015

The Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott teach us how to fake it 'til you make it, how to impress ladies with magic tricks, how to sneak dirty words onto HGTV,  how to switch places with your twin, how to talk like a Canadian, and what clown sex might sound like. Plus we play "The NewlyBro Game" to find out how much Drew and Jonathan really know about each other. Who would beat whom in a fight to the death? Which Golden Girl would each of them be? And who is the TRUE star of The Property Brothers??

Aug 20, 2015

"Tonight Show" and College Humor writer David Young teaches us how to be a parent, how to say "my wife" without sounding like Borat, how to do the "perfect" Richard Nixon/Harrison Ford impression, how to write for the internet vs. television, how to give your baby a weird name, and how to avoid "Shaking" Baby Syndrome. Plus, we play "What Will They Be," where we try to guess what a baby will turn out to be based on their name. This episode may or may not get you pregnant.

Aug 13, 2015

"Late Night with Seth Meyers" writer and "Looking" actor Andrew Law teaches us how to win at NBA Jam. Sort of. He also teaches us how to impersonate a penis, how to have an allergic attack at bar mitvahs, how to kill a giant hornet, and how to realize your fear of failure. Then we play NBA Jam with surprising results. You're on fire!

Aug 6, 2015

"Parks and Rec" and "Broad City" writer Jen Statsky teaches us how to be in a stable relationship, how to do a terrible Boston accent (so, a Boston accent), how to have an award-winning butt, and how to live that #vapelife. Then Jess reveals a little too much about her time at summer camp. Way too much. Plus, we test our mental compatibility with Jen in a game of "Say the Same Thing." Seriously, Jess reveals way too much. We're so sorry.

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