Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
Good One: A Podcast About Jokes is a podcast about - well - jokes, and the people who tell them. Each week, a comedian will play one of their jokes and then break it down with Senior Editor Jesse David Fox.

Roy Wood Jr.’s Black Patriotism (Rerun)
Oct 7 • 62 min
In 2017, Jesse recorded a live episode of Good One with Roy Wood Jr. at the Just For Laughs Festival in Toronto. The bit that they discussed was “Black Patriotism?”, from Roy’s 2017 special Father Figure. Roy reveals the staggering amount of live comedy…
Tig Notaro’s Taylor Dayne Story (Rerun)
Sep 30 • 48 min
Tig Notaro has been one of the most requested Good One guests, so we’re replaying our interview with her from Season 1. Tig and Jesse talk at her house about her breakthrough Taylor Dayne joke, in which Tig chronicles her various run-ins with…
“Weird Al” Yankovic’s “Word Crimes” (Rerun)
Sep 23 • 40 min
In Jesse’s first “holy shit, I’m interviewing this person” interview, “Weird Al” Yankovic explains what went into his song “Word Crimes” from his 2014 album Mandatory Fun. Based on Robin Thicke’s multiplatinum, misogynistic club theme “Blurred Lines”,…
Jerry Seinfeld (Rerun)
Sep 16 • 61 min
Haven’t bothered to check out the Good One back catalogue yet? Well, don’t worry. We’re digging out the classics to bring to you while you wait for our next season. In this proto-episode of Good One, hear the interview with Jerry Seinfeld that inspired…
Gilbert Gottfried’s The Aristocrats
Sep 9 • 77 min
In the Season 6 finale of Good One, we finally deconstruct the legendary joke “The Aristocrats” with the help of its most infamous teller, Gilbert Gottfried. This one’s marked explicit for a reason, folks. You’ll hear Gilbert’s personal history with the…
Nate Bargatze’s Dead Horse
Sep 2 • 79 min
Nate Bargatze is one of the the few comedians whose funniness Jesse couldn’t fully put his finger on. He wrote about Nate’s Dead Horse joke in April 2018 after Nate performed a shortened version of it on Jimmy Fallon. It was an atypical joke for late…
Whitney Cummings’s Feminist Huddle
Aug 26 • 50 min
Whitney Cummings released her latest stand-up special Can I Touch It? on July 30, 2019. Its title can be read a few different ways, one of which being a question of what is and isn’t ok for comedians to joke about. Jesse talks to to Whitney about tackling…
Danny McBride’s The Righteous Gemstones’s Opening Scene
Aug 19 • 69 min
Danny McBride walks Jesse through the opening scene of his new HBO series The Righteous Gemstones. Along the way, they also touch on the first scenes of his other series and films, including Eastbound & Down, The Foot Fist Way, and Vice Principals. Danny…
Russian Doll’s 22 Death Scenes
Aug 12 • 122 min
This week we’re looking at the greatest joke of all: death. More specifically, the twenty-two deaths that occur over the course of the Netflix series Russian Doll. Jesse talks to Leslye Headland, the show’s co-creator, writer and director, about the…
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s Catskills Set
Aug 5 • 70 min
Jesse speaks to Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino, the creators and co-writers of the tv-show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Despite the titular Mrs. Maisel being a fictional comedian, Jesse wants to know where she might draw her material from, and…
Emily Heller’s Workout Clothes
Jul 29 • 97 min
Comedian, writer and actor Emily Heller talks to Jesse about a joke from both her album Pasta and her Comedy Central standup special Ice Thickeners. Despite being recorded about six months apart, her delivery and wording is almost exactly the same in each…
Late Night Writers Panel (LA)
Jul 22 • 95 min
Jesse once again dives into the world of Late Night television, hosting another panel of writers at NeueHouse in Los Angeles. While the writers answer Jesse’s questions about their starts in Late Night and their daily routines, a good chunk of the…
James Adomian’s Gay Villains
Jul 15 • 80 min
Comedian, actor, and impressionist James Adomian talks to Jesse about a joke from his first album Low Hangin Fruit about the gay villain archetype portrayed in Disney films, and many other forms of media. James recounts how the joke snowballed from one…
Amanda Seales’s Catcalling
Jul 8 • 57 min
Amanda Seales does a lot. Besides being an actress, poet, musician, DJ, lecturer and activist, she’s also a great comedian. Jesse and Amanda talk about her natural progression into comedy after being a prominent figure in all other forms of media, and a…
Anthony Jeselnik’s Three Flights
Jul 1 • 65 min
Join Jesse as he interviews Anthony Jeselnik in front of an audience at Clusterfest in San Francisco. While the interview is based around a specific joke from Anthony’s latest special Fire in the Maternity Ward, Jesse walks Anthony through his past jokes…
Desus & Mero’s EGOT Quest
Jun 24 • 71 min
Daniel “Desus Nice” Baker and Joel “The Kid Mero” Martinez make up the Bronx-born comedy duo Deus & Mero. The two met in high school and reconnected on Twitter. From 2013-2014 they cohosted their podcast Desus vs Mero, then went on to appear on MTV’s Guy…
Late Night Writers Panel (NY)
Jun 17 • 71 min
Jesse talks to a panel of writers from NYC’s Late Night TV shows. Recorded in front of an audience in conjunction with 92Y Talks, the guests guide Jesse through a day in the life of a Late Night TV writer. The group shares how they got started, their…
Joel Kim Booster’s Gay Dads
Jun 10 • 62 min
Comedian Joel Kim Booster talks to Jesse about the evolution of his late night sets and career, focusing in partiuclar on his January 2019 performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Joel addresses Asian and gay stereotypes as they’ve appeared in…
The Lonely Island’s Jose & Mark
Jun 6 • 72 min
Akiva Schaffer and Andy Samberg of The Lonely Island talk to Jesse about a track off of their newest release, The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience, a “visual poem” about the imagined rap careers of former Oakland Athletics sluggers Mark McGwire and…
James Corden’s Crosswalk the Musical
Jun 3 • 99 min
James Corden is the host of The Late Late Show on CBS. He and Jesse walk through the history of one of the show’s recurring segments, Crosswalk the Musical which is…well…a musical in a crosswalk. Initially a performance of Grease in front of The Late Late…
Beth Stelling’s Wet ‘n Wild
May 27 • 62 min
In Good One’s Season 6 premiere, comedian Beth Stelling breaks down a joke from her first album Sweet Beth. The joke is about a trip Beth took to the Florida water park Wet ‘n Wild with her father and siblings. Beth points out what she likes and doesn’t…
(BONUS) Happy Endings Reunion
May 20 • 77 min
What miracle is this? Audio once forgotten and buried within the darkest recesses of Vulture’s dungeons has found its way back to the light. Jesse hosts a live panel with the stars and creators of the cult-classic TV show Happy Endings. Recorded live at…
(BONUS) Clone High Reunion
May 13 • 61 min
Jesse leads a live panel discussion with the cast and creators of the cult-classic MTV animated series Clone High. The show itself, co-created by Phil Lord, Chris Miller, and Bill Lawrence, was about a high school filled with clones of famous historical…
(BONUS) Catherine Cohen’s Dreams
May 6 • 17 min
Here’s another bonus episode as we lead up to our Season 6 premiere! Jesse interviews comedian Catherine Cohen live at Union Hall in Brooklyn, following a musical tribute to her totally normal and not-at-all-bizarre dreams. Follow Catherine on Twitter.…
(BONUS) Las Culturistas’s I Don’t Think So, Honey!
Apr 15 • 19 min
This week we’re going back to the 2018 Brooklyn Podcast Festival for a short interview Jesse did with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang, AKA Las Culturistas. Matt and Bowen each demonstrate an “I Don’t Think So, Honey!” or their cathartic, one-minute cultural…
Kevin Hart’s Kids Walk in on Him Having Sex
Apr 1 • 72 min
Good One Season 5 comes to a close with another superstar comedian, Kevin Hart. Jesse takes a trip to Atlanta to speak with Kevin just before the release of his newest stand-up special Irresponsible. They discuss the show’s opener, a story about when…
Gary Gulman’s Trader Joe’s
Mar 25 • 115 min
Jesse finally sits down with Gary Gulman to talk about a joke from his 2016 special It’s About Time. The joke is about an experience Gary had at Trader Joe’s, but it’s way, waaaaaaaay bigger than that. Gary takes his audience through TJ’s snack selection…
The Good Place Writers Panel
Mar 18 • 62 min
In Fall 2018, we recorded a live panel discussion with the writers of The Good Place at Vulturefest LA. Moderated by Marc Evan Jackson, the panel guests reveal what comedy inspired them, how their writers room was formed, and offer advice to aspiring…
Rhea Butcher’s Flight Attendants and Lyft Drivers
Mar 11 • 90 min
Jesse speaks to standup comic, actor, and writer Rhea Butcher about two versions of their joke about being misgendered. The first iteration comes from Rhea’s album Butcher, and the second was performed on one of Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson’s 2…
Lil Rel’s Can I Have, I Want
Mar 4 • 59 min
Jesse speaks with actor, comedian, writer and producer Lil Rel Howery live at Vulturefest in October 2018. The conversation centers around a joke Rel told on Martin Lawrence’s 1st Amendment Stand Up in 2010, and ties into material from his 2015 stand-up…
The Lucas Brothers’ History of Western Philosophy
Feb 25 • 69 min
Kenny and Keith Lucas, aka comedy duo The Lucas Brothers, sit down with Jesse to discuss a joke-in-progress about Bertrand Russell’s A History of Western Philosophy. The two reflect on their relationship as brothers, identical twins, writing partners,…
Seth Meyers’s Juan Likes Rice and Chicken
Feb 18 • 59 min
Jesse’s back in the Late Night with Seth Meyers conference room with—wait for it—Seth Meyers! While there’s plenty to talk about, the conversation centers around Seth writing the Documentary Now! episode Juan Likes Rice and Chicken. The two touch on…
Ray Romano’s Son Joe
Feb 11 • 51 min
Ray Romano sits down with Jesse to talk about his new Netflix special, Right Here, Around the Corner. The two go over Ray’s jokes about his son Joe, why he continues to see his family as a source of new material, and what made the Comedy Cellar the right…
Saturday Night Live’s Totino’s Ad Trilogy
Feb 4 • 59 min
It’s sequel time! Sort of. On a Good One episode from way back in the year 2018, Jesse asked Vanessa Bayer about Saturday Night Live’s series of ad parodies for Totino’s pizza rolls. What started as a take on gender stereotypes in advertising evolved over…
Julie Klausner’s Roast Beef Sandwich
Jan 28 • 55 min
Jesse talks to actor, comedian, writer, and friend Julie Klausner about a seemingly random joke from her Hulu series Difficult People. Recorded live at Union Hall in Brooklyn, the two talk about equal treatment of male and female genitalia in comedy,…
Sebastian Maniscalco’s Doorbell
Jan 21 • 55 min
Jesse talks to comedian Sebastian Maniscalco about the creation of one of his most well-known jokes, “Doorbell”. Not only does Sebastian have a new Netflix special out, but at the time of the interview he was days away from headlining a weekend of…
Nicole Byer’s Fat Jokes
Jan 14 • 58 min
Welcome back to Good One. We missed you dearly. For our Season 5 premiere, comedian, actress, and improviser Nicole Byer invited Jesse over to talk about the opening jokes of her new Netflix special, Aggressively Adorable. For more Nicole check out…
Sinbad Doesn’t Write Jokes
Dec 10, 2018 • 70 min
With all of his standup specials, records, and multiple roles in TV and film, Sinbad has no shortage of material to dissect. But when Jesse reached out to to ask what joke Sinbad wanted to discuss on the podcast, Sinbad didn’t want to pick one. Why?…
Rachel Bloom’s Space Jam
Dec 3, 2018 • 40 min
Years before creating and starring in the show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Rachel Bloom wrote and performed a musical sketch about a young actress’s obsession with Space Jam, the 1996 animated and live-action crossover starring Michael Jordan and a bunch of…
Laurie Kilmartin’s Conan Set
Nov 26, 2018 • 58 min
Laurie Kilmartin is a stand-up comedian and writer for Conan. She’s also cohost of the podcast The Jackie and Laurie Show along with comedian Jackie Kashian. Laurie discusses the formation of her 2017 Conan set, finding a new muse 20-years into her…
Mike Birbiglia’s Celebrity Golf
Nov 19, 2018 • 66 min
Mike Birbiglia cemented his style of comedic storytelling in specials like Sleepwalk With Me, My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend, and Thank God For Jokes. He’s also the writer and director of Don’t Think Twice and the movie adaptation of Sleepwalk With Me. Now,…
Kenan Thompson’s Lavar Ball Impression
Nov 12, 2018 • 71 min
Kenan Thompson and collaborator Bryan Tucker have been working on SNL together for years. In August 2017, they debuted Kenan’s take on NBA personality Lavar Ball. It went over so well that the impression returned for three additional Weekend Updates.…
Max Silvestri Tells Leah Beckmann’s Upstate Cabin Story
Nov 5, 2018 • 58 min
Comedian Max Silvestri and writer Leah Beckmann have been together for seven years. They have a dog. For years Max hosted the New York alt-comedy showcase Big Terrific, which Leah had been to a couple of times before approaching Max on the subway to say…
Nikki Glaser Roasts Bruce Willis
Oct 29, 2018 • 59 min
Nikki Glaser asserted herself as a ruthless and talented roaster at Comedy Central’s Roast of Rob Lowe in 2016, so it was no surprise that she was invited back for Bruce Willis in 2018. Nikki walks Jesse through the roast process from start to finish,…
Chris Gethard’s Mother’s Day
Oct 22, 2018 • 59 min
Jesse and Chris Gethard discuss the transition from improviser to stand-up comedian, and then dissect the quintessential “Gethard Joke.” Chris recounts wrapping The Chris Gethard Show, his ambitious HBO special Career Suicide, and what’s problematic about…
Phoebe Robinson’s Julia Roberts Swimming Lesson
Oct 15, 2018 • 59 min
Comedian, actress, and author Phoebe Robinson (2 Dope Queens, You Can’t Touch My Hair, Ibiza) talks Jesse through getting a swimming lesson from Julia Roberts on the Adriatic sea—what she calls one of her life’s “Non-Trash Moments” in her forthcoming book…
Nick Kroll’s Big Mouth Shame-Filled Dirty Talk
Oct 8, 2018 • 59 min
In the Season 4 premiere of Good One, Nick Kroll discusses the difference between shame and guilt and how both concepts factor into writing a show like Big Mouth, which returned October 5th for its second season on Netflix.
Aparna Nancherla’s Anxiety
Aug 5, 2018 • 55 min
In the season finale of Good One, Jesse and Aparna Nancherla (Just Putting It Out There, Comedy Central’s Corporate, Netflix’s The Standups) discuss how depression and anxiety came to be a part of her act, how her jokes about mental health have been…
Will Forte’s The Last Man on Earth Ending
Jul 30, 2018 • 56 min
Jesse talks to Will about the Last Man on Earth’s final scene, the show’s journey, and what would have come next if the show hadn’t been cancelled. Recorded live in Montreal at the 2018 Just for Laughs Festival.
Naomi Ekperigin’s First Late Night Set
Jul 23, 2018 • 66 min
New York based Naomi Ekperigin is quickly becoming an influential voice in modern comedy. She’s worked as a staff writer for Broad City and Great News, and was listed as one of the “20 Comedians You Should and Will Know” by Vulture. Jesse talks to Naomi…
Reggie Watts Comes Up with a New Song
Jul 16, 2018 • 58 min
Reggie Watts doesn’t write jokes. With nothing but a microphone and some looping pedals, he crafts one-of-a-kind musical improv comedy. So on this special episode of Good One, Reggie improvises a song in the studio and we break down his process. He…
Vanessa Bayer’s Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy
Jul 9, 2018 • 69 min
Vanessa Bayer stops in to discuss the creation of her character Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy. She talks about her formative years of comedy, Judaism, and how the process of writing a subtle and specific character evolved each time Jacob returned.
Bo Burnham’s Can’t Handle This
Jul 2, 2018 • 61 min
This week Bo Burnham, writer and director of the feature Eight Grade, was interviewed live at Vulturefest. Vulture senior editor Jesse David Fox and Bo discuss his auto-tuned rant that closed out Burnham’s Netflix special titled ‘Make Happy.’ They dissect…
Jimmy Fallon’s Do Not Play
Jun 25, 2018 • 65 min
Jimmy Fallon drops by to talk about his bit ‘Do Not Play,’ sharing songs so bad that you just have to listen to them. Fallon discusses finding his calling with the Tonight Show, a variety show and an institution, with the mission of putting a smile on…
Patton Oswalt’s Polish Woman of Doom
Jun 18, 2018 • 53 min
Patton Oswalt talks about the process of writing comedy in the face of real and personal tragedy. Oswalt’s passion for crafting jokes, turns of phrase, and the way in which he talks about the world were thrown into intense perspective as he dealt with the…
Trevor Noah’s Daily Show
Jun 11, 2018 • 66 min
In a special edition of Good One recorded live at Clusterfest, host Jesse David Fox discusses the process of creating the Daily Show with a panel of writers including Trevor Noah, Dulce Sloan, Michael Costa, Desi Lydic, Ronny Chang, Roy Wood Jr. This…
David Cross’s Squagels
Jun 4, 2018 • 62 min
David Cross breaks down a joke from early in his career about the fast casual chain COSI’s attempt to make the bagel ‘cool.’ He discusses balancing material between the silly, serious, and political, as well his his relationship to the South.
Cameron Esposito’s Rape Joke
May 28, 2018 • 74 min
Cameron Esposito discusses a joke about the misrepresentation of sexual assault in popular culture. In this interview with Jesse David Fox, Cameron speaks to the challenge of sharing her own experience, drawing the audience in, and creating a space to…
John Mulaney’s One Hundred Million Dollars
May 21, 2018 • 55 min
Welcome to season 3 of Good One! Kid Gorgeous a.k.a. John Mulaney stops by to break down a joke in defense of financiers. John shares how he found his stride in an ‘old timey’ voice, expands on his fascination with OJ Simpson, and talks about how working…
Pete Holmes’s Green Eggs and Ham
Jan 22, 2018 • 58 min
Jesse David Fox talks to Pete Holmes about a joke from his 2016 special Faces & Sounds. They talk about Pete’s “spidey sense” as a comedian, why anger can be a great cue, and more.
Wyatt Cenac’s Black History Month
Jan 15, 2018 • 44 min
In this live taped episode of Good One, Jesse talks to Wyatt Cenac about his Black History Month joke, which appears on his last album, Furry Dumb Fighter. Hear about Wyatt’s writing process, why he often uses comic books as a source of material, and how…
Natasha Leggero’s Burning Man
Jan 8, 2018 • 43 min
In this episode, Jesse David Fox and Natasha Leggero deconstruct a joke from her 2015 Comedy Central special. They talk about Burning Man, her process of trial and error, and how her persona has evolved over time.
Bill Burr’s Definition of Bravery
Jan 1, 2018 • 42 min
In this live taped episode of Good One, Jesse talks to Bill Burr about a joke from his most recent special Walk Your Way Out. Hear how a trip to India helped shape that joke, what Bill thinks about doing characters, and how he manages his relationship…
Eugene Mirman’s Portsmouth, New Hampshire Complaint Letter
Dec 18, 2017 • 57 min
In this live taped episode of Good One from the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, Jesse speaks with Eugene Mirman about his joke — which is a real letter published in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire summer guide.
Paul Feig’s Spy Knife Fight
Dec 11, 2017 • 58 min
In this live episode of Good One from Vulture Festival LA, Jesse speaks with Paul Feig about a fight scene from his movie Spy, why he works best with women and the trials of editing a film.
Saturday Night Live’s “Wells for Boys”
Dec 4, 2017 • 46 min
Jesse David Fox talks to Julio Torres and Jeremy Beiler, the writers behind the Saturday Night Live sketch “Wells for Boys.” In this episode, you’ll hear how it came together, how it was received in the studio, and whether political art is the only art…
Jeff Garlin Refuses to Pick a Joke
Nov 27, 2017 • 51 min
Jesse sits with Jeff Garlin for a somewhat flipped version of Good One. Jeff didn’t feel he’d be a right fit for the show as he’s not one for dissecting his process. Hear why that is, why he thinks Eddie Murphy is the Babe Ruth of standup, and about…
Will Forte’s MacGruber Sex Scenes
Nov 13, 2017 • 52 min
Jesse speaks with Will Forte about what it was like to make the sex scenes in MacGruber (the SNL Macgyver parody turned ’80s action movie) movie.
Ron Funches’s “F*ck Linda” Neck Tattoo
Oct 30, 2017 • 43 min
Jesse David Fox sits down with Ron Funches to discuss his “f*ck Linda” joke, which he wrote towards the beginning of his stand-up career — and later told on Conan. They talk about the art of cursing, the stigma of laughing at your own jokes, and his…
Maria Bamford Wants You to Know How Much Money She Makes
Oct 23, 2017 • 53 min
Jesse David Fox talks to Maria Bamford about the commencement speech she gave at her alma mater the University of Minnesota. And about money, a lot about money.
Tim Minchin’s “Stuck”
Jun 5, 2017 • 56 min
Tim Minchin created the music for the musical Groundhog Day. He joins Jesse David Fox to talk about the musical and about one song in particular called “Stuck.” Plus he plays a us little keyboard.
Moshe Kasher’s Personal Hell (It’s Heaven)
May 8, 2017 • 52 min
Jesse David Fox and Moshe Kasher deconstruct a joke about heaven from Moshe’s 2013 Live From Oakland special— It’s a bit that’s evolved over time, as he first tried a much shorter version of the joke on his 2009 album. They talk about religion, Moshe’s…
John Early’s Wedding Toast
May 1, 2017 • 34 min
Jesse David Fox and John Early recorded a special, live episode of Good One during SXSW at TBS’s In Search Of Pop-Up. John picked a scene from his episode of Characters on Netflix, in which he is giving a wedding toast and hijacks the room for way too…
Dear White People’s Shonda Rhimes Parody
Apr 24, 2017 • 48 min
Jesse David Fox sits down with Justin Simien, the director of the movie Dear White People and creator of the new TV show premiering on Netflix this month. They talk about a scene from the first episode in which a group of students are gathering to watch…
What It’s Like to Write Jokes for Barack Obama
Apr 17, 2017 • 59 min
David Litt is the former senior presidential speechwriter for President Obama and he wrote his jokes, too. On this Good One, Litt shares about what it’s like to write for the former president, why Obama is pretty good at delivering jokes and how they…
Horatio Sanz’s Don’s Apothecary Sketch
Apr 10, 2017 • 54 min
Horatio Sanz debuted his “Don’s Apothecary” sketch during his fifth year on SNL. He sits down with Jesse David Fox to talk about the inspiration for the sketch, his SNL days and why he sometimes laughs at his own jokes.
Kyle Kinane Wakes Up in the Morning and Believes in Himself
Apr 3, 2017 • 46 min
Jesse David Fox and Kyle Kinane talk about a joke from Kyle’s 2010 special Death of the Party and how it was so pivotal in his stand-up career. And we highly recommend staying for this laughning round.
Paul Scheer and Human Giant’s “Illusionators”
Mar 13, 2017 • 51 min
Paul Scheer explains the inspiration behind creating the sketch series “The Illusionators,” which appeared on MTV’s Human Giant. Scheer created the show with Aziz Ansari, Rob Huebel, and Jason Woliner. Plus, hear the story about how Paul and Aziz…
Kristen Schaal and Her Singing, Dancing Bird
Feb 27, 2017 • 47 min
Kristen Schaal joins Jesse David Fox to talk about the origins of one of her earliest jokes Dancing Bird. She shares why she often uses animals in her comedy and what it was like to break out as a stand-up comic using conceptual bits.
Neal Brennan’s White Guy Being Called the N-Word While Feeding a Horse Joke
Feb 20, 2017 • 39 min
Host Jesse David Fox and Neal Brennan talk about a joke Neal wrote for Half Baked and how it’s representative of his early career writing for the Chapelle’s Show, and Neal shares about his new stand-up special on Netflix 3 Mics.
Jim Gaffigan and His Good Looking Newscasters Joke
Feb 13, 2017 • 44 min
Jesse David Fox sits down with Jim Gaffigan to break down a joke from Jim’s Netflix special Cinco about newscasters and how they’re so good looking.
Feb 6, 2017 • 1 min
Vulture presents Good One: A Podcast About Jokes— it’s about jokes and the people who tell them. Guests include Jim Gaffigan, Kristen Schaal, Paul Feig, Neal Brennan and Paul Scheer. Hosted by Vulture Senior Editor Jesse David Fox, the first episode…