Comedy powercouple Dan Klein (Wet Hot American Summer, Great News) and Kelly Hudson (Funny or Die) teach us how to plan a wedding without going insane, how to survive a tornado, how to fall in love with someone despite watching them do improv, and how to avoid pessimism. As always, if you like our podcast, please subscribe and rate us on iTunes, and donate to our Patreon at Patreon.com/howtobeaperson.
Mike and Jess talk about feeling sad during the holidays and what to do about it. Also, Season 2 of The Crown and the movie Gattaca for some reason. Was this an episode? We don't know.
In this year's Thanksgiving episode, Mike and Jess get into the holiday spirit by giving tips on how to deal with your shitty family.
In this episode, Mike and Jess talk about stuff. I don't know, this is just what the podcast has become now. Enjoy! (Also, trigger warning.)
Superstore and Late Night writer Justin Shanes teaches us how to go from law to comedy, how to be a Battlestar Galactica superfan, and how to not die while hiking through the desert. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and rate us on iTunes (5 stars!) and donate to our patreon at patreon dot com slash how to be a person.
Superstore writer Vanessa Ramos teaches us how to handle work-related stress, how to not be annoying with a Halloween costume, how to escape San Antonio to get involved in comedy, how to find work from Twitter and stand-up, how to write for a sitcom, and how to NOT imagine people in their underwear when you're nervous. If you like our podcast - tell your friends! It helps them find us. Also Like and Subscribe and donate to our Patreon at Patreon dot com / How to be a person.
Comedy writer Emily Altman (Big Mouth, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Inside Amy Schumer) comes back on the podcast to teach us how to cry in public and private, how to appear happy when you're not, how to live in a world of systemic misogyny and harassment, and how to order a one-pump steamer. As usual, if you like our podcast, please subscribe online. And donate to our Patreon at Patreon dot com, slash, how to be a person! Except no spaces.
In this Druckerless episode, writer/director Victor Quinaz teaches us how to be a good and also terrible big brother, how to break into film in New York, how to be an elevator boy, and how to tolerate Miami. As usual, if you like our podcast, please subscribe and rate us on iTunes. And donate to our Patreon at patreon.com/howtobeaperson.
Comedy Central's Emily Heller teaches us how to efficiently pack a suitcase, how to deal with adult ADHD, how to know a child actor, how to love yourself, how to rank people based on their IMDB STARmeter ranking, how to laugh at America overseas, and how to use packing cubes. Also please like and subscribe our podcast. And review us to help more people find us! Also donate to our Patreon at Patreon dot com / how to be a person.
Drucker and Dweck talk about their respective trips and give absolutely no useful advice about traveling.
Comedian and "Boast Rattle" host Kyle Ayers teaches us how to keep your iPhone working, fail your new followers on social media, work for Apple, move to Los Angeles, and unwillingly see porn on strangers' computers. As usual, if you like our podcast, please like and subscribe on iTunes and donate to our Patreon at Patreon.com/howtobeaperson. And don't worry - Dweck will be back soon.
Adam Ruins Everything head writer Travis Helwig teaches us how to have a good time in Vegas, how to look like a Nazi (we recorded this a few weeks ago before there were IRL Nazis :( ), how to still believe in Santa Claus, how to be a teenage poet and rapper, how to sincerely love the music of Third Eye Blind, how to deal with extreme student loan debt, and how to trick casinos into thinking you're rich. As usual, if you like our podcast, please like and subscribe on iTunes and donate to our Patreon at Patreon.com/howtobeaperson.
Drucker and Dweck are on vacation (separately) and will be back next week!
In this week's episode, Drucker and Dweck talk about how to do a packet for a late night show. Not that they're really experts. They've only had success like once or twice, but tune in for their discussion of our impending nuclear winter and how brave it is to love your curvy wife.
Comedian and writer Chase Mitchell teaches us how to completely start your life over, how to get over a breakup by getting a dog, how to deal with anxiety, how to experience love through Instagram likes, and how to convince other people to go to therapy.
In this solo episode, Mike and Jess are really tired and mostly just complain about life and how hard it is to get a job. So, basically, it's like any other episode.
This week comedian Eli Olsberg teaches us how to go to sex parties, how to be polyamorous, how to use the word "play" in a creepy way, how to not show up too early or late to an orgy, how to get through a party where you don't know anyone and still leave with 100% iphone battery, how to not be a creep, how to get called a cuck online, and how to be polite and respectful to people while they're naked.