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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:01 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"I've i've never seen that happen. I mean i've never even heard of somebody like came out on stage. Shushed and i turned around and surely for the first time i was without speech like i could not form i could not i was so i was so stunned that i couldn't move. I didn't even say anything didn't even make a joke. It got so awkward and weird and wild and then he walked off and then i blacked out. Totally blacked out walks off stage. I've tried to clean up the mess. But i'm so shaken. I'm so like insulted and embarrassed and angry that T thought i couldn't handle it or thought i needed his help. Or whatever it was and the set probably kept being horrible And then i got off stage. And i was so shaky and you said we're leaving. I don't know if you saw it. Or i just told you about. I don't know what it was. But i was like i need to go confront him. Like i was irate. I was so enraged. I was like i need to go talk to him. Like the host. He was like went back on stage. And you're like we're leaving in your left and then that night at the hotel. I called ten comedians. To ask them. What would it take for you to go on stage. While another comedian is performing nine of them said they'd have to be a physical fight. Like someone from the audience would have gone on stage. And then don my rare said i'd have to see a gun in the audience. Wow you're who you remember. You're just like birla we're going to go. This is frightening that. I don't remember this. It is a little frightening stories better than i get to tell it alone. I wrote about in my book. Does the whole chapter of my book your in my book. The us going new buys in my book and That stories in my book because it was. It was the first time that i kind of fell the only time i ever felt like. Oh i'm a female. Like i'm been being treated differently. I never thought being treated like shit in the beginning was because i'm a woman all comics get hazed. I never felt there. Was sexism comedy store. When i started i was like. That's just that's just not true. Everyone gets put through that ringer. That was the first time i was like. Oh you would never have done this guy. You think you need to protect me from this were you there when steve burn gotten the fight onstage and side earn stars brighter and so the comedy store knows what the company store our. Someone threw a chair at. Burn like there's calm. It's weird that there's not more violence in comic. It's weird that there's not more chaos. It is because the people what's being said on stage could really rob people especially now but yeah i. It's been pretty civil. I think you just get in and get out. I think i do you ever. Marc maron david off. Fight the stage at the comedy store. I might have told you. Get out of here. Because i'm not even seen one. That's you're here just wanted to leave. That's just how you leave every set. Now we were just driving. Together vance your. That was your first. I'll be right back. That's how it began. Oh knee trying to fight this guy really been in my you might not have. I do remember. I think you saw it. Because i remember being insecure about you may be hearing my satter bombing for you. Where would you remember the theater. I can find out the name easily. Because i i don't even remember doing just for laughs chicago. I remember doing it at zanies. I didn't get theater spot. Data was a midnight show. A midnight show. it was not It's like a hip. It's kind of like a hipster theater flake Park west nope. What was it like the first time you sold out the chicago theater that must have been surreal or is that so long ago. That was I don't know five years ago. Stella stella i mean listen for me to do that. My hometown and then Do the united center their any command. The parents the the the screwed up thing about that. Here's something. I let my guard down on which never though. I had a nightline interview the night before doing the united center. Sorry sorry day off. I'm doing nightline the night before i go out to chicago. Cut steakhouse with my family and friends have a party. There we go out to a nightclub we get a table it now we got. We're drinking heavily. I wake up and drink wine but this was wine and tequila and woke up with the worst headache. Talk talk about. I knew this was not going to be good. You know like when you wake up. I don't know if you've been hung over recently but this is not going to go. Judy's downstairs in the lobby. Waiting she is ideal. What's going on with me. She judy our manager who is The only i'm scared of so judy takes me over to jerry. Seinfeld jerry seinfeld. Is there with two other guys eating breakfast and in chicago to chicago theater. He's playing the united center. Yeah you're playing the same night in chicago is jerry. Yes he's doing four shows at the chicago theatre. I'm one at the united center. I come over to. I look like hell pale sweating and it was like telling my father. You know i go man. I got hung over. You know the the the night before you do united. That's it goes that relationship. So i go and do the interview. It's at my house. Where i grew up.

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

09:25 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Your. It's just wasn't something in the norm like my sister is my best friend. I couldn't tell time. I told her i loved there. I mean it's been said in moments of despair or moments of like. I think i love you. You can't do that no at we. We've we maybe had emotional conversation at the i love you just you know it's like it's like it's like punctuation. Yeah i guess it was more meaningful said in those ways than to say it every day. But like i'm throwing. I love us to my daughter. I don't think i've ever made eye contact with my brother. Much less said i love you. I thought you do you remember when we walked around dubai. We went to a waterpark together and dubai went to a waterpark. We did on slides onslaught. We'd like went to a water park. We walked around. We i have. I'll show i'll send you all the pictures of us. We would like to take pictures of each other in front of the pool this before you got moved to the burj hotel. Which is like the. If sebastian was a hotel it would be. It would be the word actually in that. I don't remember the water park. We went so i just there's pictures of it. Yeah me you and like maybe kirk fox or something. We went to a water park No i don't remember that. I feel like i went to your hotel room. And the in the burj hotel remember which is like to go to a male comics hotel room in there to be absolutely. No sexual. Energy is so hilarious. Wanted to show you the room. I know but it's so funny. Because at the time i was pray for so many male comics and for sebastian to be like come to my hotel room i had no power at the time. I was not successful at the time. I was the hottest. I've ever been and your brown around kenya. My doodoo brown bikini free breast implants anorexic as a gatz. Italians love when women's dies. Don't pale is can me. And he's like come. See my hotel room like that. Like that would have been something ronan. Farrow wrote about. If it wasn't yeah come to my hotel room in dubai two story. Yeah i was just. I was elevator was made of a fish tank. Yeah it was just so cool. I didn't have anybody their share. It with and i was like. Hey you know you wanna come and take a look at this you know when when when do you go into a hotel like that so that that was my yeah. It was not like yeah i. It's just it's just wild looking back at that was like it's wild to think about. When i started the comedy store. It was like when someone would bring me up. The intro was like are you guys ready for a lady like that was how they intro would be an be like wrestling and go feed their meters or that was like a cue to like. Go to the bathroom. This next comedian is beautiful home. Like before you got on stage people were already like. Oh this is the intermission. So let's see this though. Do you find it being introduced as a beautiful woman. Something that bothers you. Would anyone ever. An interview is handsome. I hope so in his jaw could cut glass. The man is an adana us. He looks like a grecian statue. The president of sigma pi. I mean it's just it's a weird thing to involve european my appearance in something about to perform and the skill is verbal. And you know what i mean. It's not about that. It's not a it's not a beauty contest. It's not so weird thing and then what are you going to do then. Some female comics aren't introduces beautiful. Are you gonna say the. She's not that attractive. I don't know i. I just i never get. I've never gave it that spin. Like if i'm to describe you as beautiful well that to me just means not funny. That's all i hear because this this next to me is very funny. Yeah i don't know. I i don't associate to if it's something i don't know when is it like men are attracted to women and vice versa. And some yeah so is it. We cannot say or describe a woman as being beautiful at all. No for work is attached halley. Guy being told he can't tell them and she goes. I will call to send some text messages on the threads guys so nobody. Nobody's in a work place. Where my appearances not the draw. Like the You'd never say she's She's very thin. She's five eight. Do you know what. I mean like you would never. It's like your telling me whether or not you'd fuck me in my professional introduction to the people. I'm about to that because comedy is all about being in control of being in power and it's a way of just like doing a quick degrading in front of the people that i need to be powerful in front of you know and it's not wrong. It's not like i feel like i'm very middle of the road with our fair with the stuff but it doesn't happen now. No one introduced me like that now. 'cause i'm not pretty anymore. This comedian used to be a catch in her day to see her in dubai aging not so gracefully senior on. Craig kilborn h. Just interesting that i don't. I don't have any charge on it. I'm not going like feminazi on it. It's more like it's interesting. I've never heard someone introduce a male comic in-involved their appearance. I've done it in a joking way. The guy is good looking stunning. Yeah and i think any guy that's done that to me. Thought they were helping in some way and being nice. I don't think they're Intentions were militias. Do you remember when we were in chicago and comedian got on stage. While i was performing we were the just for laughs festival chicago a midnight show at a theater in chicago. I don't think i can tell you the name of the theater and i was. It was like a dirty show or something which is weird that you were on it. It was a midnight show just for laughs chicago. It was you because i was on stage. You think i had like drug problem not to you. Just didn't you just weren't interested in me you just in clock there but you weren't like someone getting up on stage when another comedians on stage. This is something i should remember. It was i was on stage. And i was actually doing quite well. Which is shocking for that time period And the audience started heckling. These to start heckling me. Which for comedy star comic is like your dream like it's great and some guy yelled. You won't remember this. Because only i heard it like i'm gonna fuck you with a knife right. It's a rough thing to yell. But i'm comedy comic wheelhouse like great. I get to now do a coming back deal with this heckler. And then i'm dealing with this heckler like i know exactly what to do. You know many weekends at the comedy store la hoya you know i like. I love a heckler right. And i'm doing well. I'm doing well then. I just started bombing. i'm just bombing like the audience. Quiet it makes no sense that i'm bombing. The energy gets really weird. And i turn around and the host of the show was on stage. Looking at the heckler is behind me. Going like shushing them to try to come out and help me. You don't remember those. I remember.

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

08:14 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"The beep in call. She was. She didn't want to upset fairly i kind of us. We got she got engaged. I call. I wanted to have like a moment up there. You know like a like a it was like nothing and then she you know she definitely in the car. She was just like she's like that. She's like my. My wife is so kind and thoughtful and she. We had a conversation private conversation yesterday about her kindness. Sometimes biting her in the ass and she's always worried about what other people are gonna think codependent. Yeah so but wrote a book about it. Wrote a book about and heard about it. What's the book. Oh i'm fine and other lies pretending he's not a fan. Listen listen writing a book enjoyable note. You wrote the as every day for a year. No ghostwriter you wrote it. Yup you wrote the book. Yes who's going to write a book. Comedian he's a ghostwriter. I don't i can't right. You're having a ghostwriter. Write a book right now. Well you're gonna. It's on a ghostwriter there. Why don't they just transcribe what you say. Yeah okay yeah you just have too much money no i. I rather i rather tell the story. Yes story because yes it'll it'll take you out of it if you're writing while thinking. Yeah i think that makes sense for you because you're so emotional and like your stream of consciousness like i i'm a. I'm a writer first year like a visual performer. I think it suits. You would slow you down. I mean it was like i'm writing even when it's not for anything it's just like that's just high process. It would take me longer to tell someone a story than it would be just right at myself okay. So don't you think sometimes with a ghostwriter or a someone else in the room would they would ask questions of you. You might have thought many personalities chime in and create. But that's you work with this That's interesting because the question's prompt you or not what the reader would be thinking. It's just challenging you. Or how did you feel about when your father died. Have feelings so. I would already do that. I feel i would already think i would not. It's all feelings. Yeah but not. Every question is explored yet. No mine is the opposite. Mine is like You've been talking about your feelings for five chapters. Where did this happen. Mine would be the inverse of yours. I lost you so you just said how did you feel about. The only thing i write about is how i feel. It's the logistics that i would leave out the listeners. Get it. i'm not saying they lost you. Let's say let's say that that. Maybe i'm losing something by not writing down feeling. Only you know your strength. While i'm so fascinated. What is it with your feelings like you. Just don't talk about them government or therapists. I have twice No just the sandwich twice Listen can i. Can i be a little bit more Can i improve yes. That is a real long goal for podcast. Wet the lips a little bit. This just come off six jock over here measuring out sips. This is a half a half a stanch. I moved to do. I'm white trash. This is. I'm just a hose. I'm literally no so there'd be twice and it's not like you need it or anything. I'm fascinated by your ancestry. What you come from and men in general like like like it seems like you're very close to your emotions. I'm very close to my emotions. I'm a little too emotional. I think. But i'm very combined you sanitizing your hand. I felt like an hour in that you get started. Let if you need hand spray. That's germaphobe spray if you need it for your own line no no no judy sanitize working on my skin care line. We are working on that. That's good that's what you should. That's happening goes. I know you sebastian. It's i want to talk about the times that i have been lucky. Enough chew be So fortunate as to have you approach me at the comedy store happened two or three times. I mean if sebastian initiates a conversation with you with the comedy store. Like that's when i knew i had made it god sib instead of like tolerating you tolerating your existence if he's like career i'm like oh like i have something special and it was. I think that was the first time we really talked sebastian. Where let's Let's go on so we don't skin thing was going. yeah yeah. I was fascinated with the skin. The skin care. And now lana is. Is it go. Yes s whitney. She's gonna dialed in. Yeah yeah she's got. She's got damaged on packages now or all for me at this point. I'm not a not into what you're sending. Why not threatened that. I can provide more for your wife than you can not just look feeling abandoned. No i don't like asking late a good this way. I've made your wife feel ways. You have ever made her feel hurts nerds just bought your daughter the best presidential ever receive and hurts a little bit of a better father than you. Oh my god. I don't like anything other in the refrigerator other than food. That's basically know on the creams. Go in the fridge. I know my wife was doing it. I mean i want to go to sleep. She's like you gotta try this. I got i. It's not something dermot roller we rolin. She tried that. We ain't doing this. Oh yes no a good field. She she did one. Has this lighting sang. And everyone's this generous to their by the way is clear. Whatever you're doing here and like. I said it's is it the lighting or the cameras. Just don't because you lose the adages. Liquid facial regimen was was extremely intense. Because you you when you knew me back in the day. I i probably looked thirty eight then and i probably look twenty five now. How has having a daughter changed you and your understanding of women..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"We lost sports. I think sports went away. It was like people. Have this need to drag people. it's like the roman. The vary italian the coliseum. You know like we. There's a very Intense tradition of the shout in florida like the humans need to watch other people be humiliated and embarrassed. And it's like how we gather information of how other so that we can not do that. You know like we like our dopamine reward circuits Fire up it's like when you drive by car crash. You have to look because you have to see what they did. Survive mechanism So i think that what's happened in the pandemic with cancel culture getting particularly intense Sports went away so now it's like how are we gonna do you about calcio historic in florence. Calcio she'll this is this a i. How do i know more about italian history than you want. You went to school that That he actually left with information. I was talking to my wife about this like when i went to college. I leave what not like. I went to the classes. Were not even. My parents paid for my college. So i didn't leave. What a debt or anything like that. But i didn't leave what knowledge. I left the president of my fraternity. And why yes. That is shocking to me. What fraternity pipe. What what does that mean. i don't know i don't know. What sigma pi. Oh no clue about an ask what. What's the brand of that sorority fraternity. You know nothing about greek life about the brand of like what type. C every fraternity has like a flavor brand a vibe. This was like the hugo boss of fraternities was like meal. Eeo zag this was like there was the five six who are the guys who were very preppy. Going to get a really good job out of college. That trust fund kid khakis. A- we were rapists. Brad kavanagh got it. Were you were you what you want to go dancing our house. 'cause we would be down there like literally being my buddy george to what we just. We had dance part. Okay yeah but after hours and we if you wanted to go dance were the fraternity that just blasting just one is not all that mr vain blogs mr wien. I want it now. That was our jam. So i believe that's black black black black slaves. Oh yeah on your instagram ga blackbox. Yeah so the. And then. I wrestle saw. I think you have to really engage your core abs- to really dance so i love that giant keel. That song yeah my my fraternity. No one wanted to be the for Fraternity president and i stepped in. Because i i didn't want to. I don't like to see things fall apart. And i used the chapter meetings as somewhat of a stage and audience. What are you looking up. Pie is the only national honor fraternity existence phi sigma pi is unique phi sigma. Pi does not detract from other existing organization it complements our members tend to be some of the most involved students on campus. That was the other fraternity though was a mind. Oh sick pie. Pie is the since the skin. Tag of high signify off. Shoot the first thing that comes is sigma pi fraternity. No i think this is the same one founded in eighteen ninety seven at the szenes university sigma pi over two hundred thirty chapters with eleven one hundred eleven. Currently active headquartered in nashville. Did you read any of the paperwork. Person remember that's the president of this fraternity..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:21 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Cool kids group Were like you don't get to sit with us your mainstream. You're trying too hard to get their approval. And i'm like yeah. I'm trying really hard. I mean that was the thing about me. I was like she's ambitious and she's a tried to hard and she. It's a yeah. I'm trying really hard to make people laugh. I'm not being like. I'm gonna do my harvard jokes and you can take it or leave it. I don't need your approval. Like i'm like i need your approval and i think that desperation was really unattractive to people because it was on such a mass scale and from a woman like that neediness. You know you've never had that kind of neediness. I just remember when you had that show you literally were everywhere i remember. I remember ubiquitous. Look that up. I mean the the promotion in your face was literally everywhere i was like. Wow is unbelievable this is what did you think you're like. Oh no this is. This is great with the look i was i had. I asked her if she wanted to do. A five minute comedy. Blend central on on super deluxe on c. So i'm good. I got her spot on my space. What an idiot but did you ever were you like. Oh no i was. I didn't know tv. Show you root for other comic. See when i when. I was earlier on when other comic scott things that i wanted or felt i deserved i would get very jealous and and i remember going back to the comedy store after that. It kind of all happened. And i felt like i. I'd worked so hard to fit in there and like build a family there and get everyone to like love me and i felt i was triggering to them and that i lost that for a little while. I think i remember seeing you there. I don't remember you being the person i knew prior to that i felt like you were under immense amount of stress and i think we're going through some stuff with your family. Maybe i just knew that you seemed a little bit outta sorts. How is your experience. When you made your sitcom pilot i I love seeing on your instagram now. So weird oh yeah i love. It's like airing now. It's out and doing bigger ratings than it would've picked up. Sit here the simple your sitcom pilot. That didn't get picked up on your instagram now. Why old i had it. I said why not love that it was it was it was. It was a lot of work. Which i i love work but You know coming from stand up and doing what i wanna do. I wanna do it to you. Know a lot of people a lot of people giving their opinions and whatnot. Which is fine. I'm i like to collaborate but it just it wasn't the right network. The fit for the network and myself. Wasn't i don't think right but i had a good time. I met a lot of great people and The fact that we are sponsored by hope is such a big deal the fact that it took me this long to come official athlete. As it's i mean it's about time i just. I know i've said this before. But when such an amazing product is available. It just makes me angry. That i haven't had it my whole life. The amount of time manitoba. 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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"You have your show. Yeah i yeah we. We have our own show. We take it on the road so in order for me to take. It didn't stay home. It's gotta be really really good. And i have to really. I don't wanna do twenty six. Whatever at small small batch. I wanna i wanna do. I like doing acting and people laugh in that form But trapped harrison was really really fun to do. I had a lot of anxiety doing that. And how how are you not so scared i was. I was frightened. I didn't sleep for two nights prior to doing the first scene. I didn't know you know what i just. I don't know that world. I don't know movies. I've done few come in one day like us just like us like us tag small. Yeah you've been in small movie small. Nothing nothing big. But then irish was one of the biggest movies that i've ever been in and playing with the niro and pass you. The first days is daunting. So i Fans of yours. I don't even know that. I don't i don't know anything going in. I don't know if they know. I'm a comedian. You don't know you just don't know the guys at this level. You don't know all of what you do. That's what's so. Wild is when you walk up to your hair is like 'cause we standing in front of twenty thousand people and talking for an hour. That is the scariest thing to even the people you look up to. It could be daunting to look at what we and go. Wow that is. I can never do that or whatnot but everybody has. There are fierce my fear going in going. I don how you do this with a guy thing. This is suppose we supposed to be acting like we're at the copa cabana. It forty times the same way in front of the same people but they've heard let's do it already. That's that's when stand ups go into acting. The whole magic of standup is your everyone surprising everyone. They're hearing it for the first time. And then you go into acting and you do it once and they say okay. Great do thirty more times. But everyone knows what i'm gonna do. Yeah did you feel that way on tv show or like okay or a live studio audience. Okay reset it again. Did you feel the pressure to do it. A little different maybe the nuance or something to give the people a different look at it. It's interesting because like it. Took me a while to figure out the difference between performing for the audience in performing for the camera and marty koelner who directed my Second and third stand up special. Who's it genius. I'm so grateful he was. You're doing it for the camera not for the audience in house so you know my first bash like screaming because they wanted the person the last row to hear me But the people watching at home through the camera they don't you don't have. They can hear you. They have a lot of blu. Ray thing that's a The maybe the hardest. I've ever left the commodores. You'd trying out your blue ratio bluer. Blu-ray blu ray. You don't remember that you had a blu ray bed. It has the blu ray. Did you never end up putting that in a special. Oh remember you won the comedy store one night and we're like the blue right. Here's some a blue blue. Hey got the blu. Ray said blu ray like sixteen times in around. We're just like blu ray. Blu ray law. It's like you like short-circuited just said blu ray. It was hot larry own daughter. Remember some of the like i have so many. There's so many iconic moments view communist georges killing for other comics when we were in the back of the room of you walking on the airplane in your bag a banana. You don't remember that you sure this is by no you you came on your like. The people get the sega chewing gum and that went in a special right the tsa chewing gum. What do you remember not event the budget thing. You're paying thing in the older guy. The guy oh yeah the comes out put out your lap. Yeah that wanted special. But the banana thing that you went on the plane and you were like people have all these bag because i have a bag. Fits banana small yeah. I didn't put that like construction worker from the twenties with a pale. A little sack stick with us on the back yet. No i rem-. I have so many vivid memories of the communists are on material. The maybe just never made it something about that place where you do stuff and it just it. Just it happened. Could have it one night. Yup turn any forget about it. The started recording the sets because My memory shot. I can't even remember what the hell i'm doing up there anymore. Multi-candidate like it's it's it's so. I don't know how interesting this is to people. But i think for me. It's like there was so much hate in negatively and biased with people. People have At the time that i did that. Multi cam people were so multi games weren't cool. They were popular but they weren't cool. And the word laugh track gotten site geist and people started thinking that it was a laugh track. Which is so ironic. The show that i did with Kristalina two broke girls Chuck lorries shows. They all had live studio audiences but the shows that actually have laugh tracks like high. Your mother no one ever came for you know so i was soup. So what happens. When you're shooting a live studio audience is if i say joe sebastian's here Whatever give you know. Whatever joke joke. They laugh if i do the same joke again. They're going to anticipate the laugh and laugh a little sooner. And it's gonna be fake. So that's why. I always have tons of all sun show night just to sorta trick the audience so that the real audience would laugh later so that it would sound fake. So you'd have to fake out the audience. So they'd sound real zossen. And you've got to take the microphones out of the audience Which i didn't know until later. But i like doing in front of the i mean i. It's it's interesting are are sort of antipathy towards multi now. Because that's what we all grew up on seinfeld and cheers and that's even what. The next generation grew up on the wizards of waverly place in duke. And josh and josh dre and whatever the fuck all the nickelodeon shows But at the time it was like the office community parks and recreation all those shows were like the sort of harvard lampoon..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

09:32 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"I didn't know what was going on with this documentary. I didn't know this was just one of these things. Where showtime halloo the internet. I didn't i didn't know there was this much involvement In in the documentary. So even even that. I was like oh is this. What is this. He wants to fill my set. I didn't. I didn't really know what was going on with the with the document i so i was a little kind of like i didn't i didn't suspiciously. Yeah suspicious sherrod suspicious. Snus that you have. Sometimes it works for my benefit and sometimes it it bites me in the ass. It is a superpower that you inherited and is very italian. Yes it is and and i'd rather have it than not yes. When does it by you in the ass. Things like this. The vacuuming ary. You know being a little bit more open to doing things. Not having such an issue had done a better job. Bill a little bit more available like you like but but i think you're genius at understanding Circum- it's not even conscious like how your value goes up with the perfect balance of absence and presence that in your use of silence you that your inherent genius at that. We had robert greene on the podcast And he was talking about this. Like you understand that when you're absent your present in a more powerful way. Maybe maybe but as a viewer looking at the documentary. I'm like you're doing your interview here. and it looked like it was it was like set up here. Yeah rogan smoking. A cigar and i was like standing in the. Can we get this real quick. You know it was like one of the this. You're interview look like a three hour under armor tank top. It's like what's wait equinoxes. What's that think. The only guy in doing his inner. Everybody was out the door. Yeah thank god. So see the nazi. But that is your essence. Us so signature sebastian. It's so signature sebastian. To be like i'm going to just do the bare minimum. There minna. sometimes. Though i would like to give more than the bare minimum. But maybe like you're saying subconsciously. I just like an in and out deal. Let's get this and and get out but it perfectly complements your stage presence in your use of silence and the you know the bare minimum of saying words of like you know you barely say a word on stage in front of twenty thousand people. Whisper to whisper. Yeah yeah yeah so it it. It's congress with who you are. Yeah but again. I don't wanna come off as being some loaner that doesn't speak to people. I enjoy the company of people are that i had a. I had a party long as they're talented in and percents. No i'm joking. I'm my core group of guys know. Mutual need your people. That vibrated fee. I think i think you are optimal. I think you operate in an optimal way optimal way. That's a good way of putting your optimal. I have a small circle of warriors only and only the people that vibrate at your frequency and you have no extraneous trash around you ever energy. I try to eliminate that. And i enjoy having those people over at my home and having parties and whatnot i really love to entertain really loved to entertain. And what is that that that is. The thing comes from the gm bon. Yeah our house. Was the house come like. We're going to the nightclubs. All my body's meet at my house drink at my house. Roseanne and salvatore said on at the table and they were part of the group. Diane laugh and my father and my mother were like the seventh and eighth friend of the group. They just didn't come out to the club with us. So that i think comes from and working at four seasons hotel As waiter gets so. I i i know people listening probably already know this but when i started the comedy store. Sebastian was a waiter waiter. Seasons hotel would leave to come to his spot at the comedy store in his uniform and go home. That's why didn't talk to anybody. I had a table with. Chicken sat pays a margarita is great greatness. I mean that is greatness. well that's Where did sebastian come from What does this overnight success. And one in the morning leaving his job as a waiter at the four seasons to fifteen minutes store for fifteen dollars that is greatness that like that that have you fully processed the magnitude of that. It'll make me cry. If i really think about it I haven't there's a lot of things. I haven't process yeah. There's a lot of things that i've done are doing. And i haven't really stopped and looked back and said wow. I think i did a two two summers ago. I actually had a time to pump the brakes and and reflect wash. What's on your porch on the hood. And and because i think that's a missing for me not to enjoy some of the process because you're always in it. You're not you're not really enjoying enjoying it. Did you know this was going to happen for you. I knew there was big things ahead for me. That's not being it's not area and it's not baggie or at all. It's just. I remember seeing you and it was like we all knew you know. You're the only comedian. I've ever bought tickets to see where peterberg i brought to see you. At the improv. In hollywood it's really tickets to see a comedian and sat in the audience. I brought a group. It was the worst night in my life to be the in the audience of comedy. Because i was in the back corner booth sebastian's on stage. I realise how loud the knives are. Everyone's cutting their chicken. And i'm like comics talking like i was in the back like a psycho mom fr- because people are talking the waiter lane. Your sebastian silences. Such a big part of what you your art. So i was like freaking out. Because at the improv when you're silent it's just clank clank clang forks and forks chicken. I think yeah. I think you had to somewhat you. Ask them to leave that night. It was like it was also like a weird night. I brought weird energy into your space to remember them. Yeah i bought tickets and watched you do your. Because i always tell people aguirre the comedian that when you're on stage all run into see what you're doing that's very flattering. And i said that. I like i like making comedian you to i did that with you. You're the community. I would run out because you you'd start talking about your pussy alexa pussy and i do have a shift. I'm gonna go volunteer to work at the four seasons to listen to whitney talk about anal sex anymore. No your stuff. The stuff. I enjoy most about. You is stuff that i recently heard not that i didn't stop before but i like the observational stuff. More than i do. Like the crass and i think that i was the fact that i did stand up in front of you at that. Pollstar awards show. That was such an out of body experience. I was so scared Then i thought that material. I thought killed at that. It did but it is. That is very heavily influenced by you. I think well good i mean. I think it's for for for you where you should be living. Because the writing is really smarter on all those observations. It took me four specials to get there it took me and maybe this is what i needed to let the audiences. Give me permission to start. It's like i've talked about sex for ten years or are we good. Can i now just be a guy. Can i just do what the guys do you know. Like i've addressed at all i've squirting and periods and i've done it all now can i just be like i feel like i. Finally i'm gonna place right. Get to talk about what guys talk about. 'cause i'm newt or something neutered myself. I've gotten to a place where i don't have to go to that space and i also think is getting older which is great But yeah no. I mean there is a joke that i think of you every time i do it might do i plagiarize you It's the phone book joke. That's the favorite. They throw it at your house. I mean that's kind of the ross for you. Take the shirt off and you just throw it..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

08:49 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Are there certain things. You won't put it in writing 'cause you 'cause you call like i remember when the pandemic I hit when cove i hit. I was at the greenwich hotel in new york city. And you're doing twenty thousand seat arenas twenty thousand feet arenas towards thousand seat arenas caused cova. Frankly sebastian maniscalco tour spreading cove. It on the target demo. And i was like what's up with your shows. This was a wednesday detroit had just hit. Texas had just hit the cases on. I'm like so you cancelling shows and you like what you're i feel who need to talk and he calls. I'm like what is lana. Okay like i. It's is she. Okay is anti are you okay. No i felt like that was a discussion whom i felt like bashing calls like i mean i was like i was yelling at the women that worked in the gym. Spa like i was holding the phone out with sebastian newest newest number. I don't know i just wanted to talk to you. And then we facetime do you mid pandemic will you were like but you're like. Why would we cancel what's happening. What do you mean. I was like well. I think there's an invisible and people are passing away. I think this is well. It wasn't it wasn't that was changing hourly yeah. We didn't know where this was going right. No you're you believe that you don't think it's a hoax. Don't worry no one thinks that. But you like at the buzzer. We were at the buzzer kind of talking to each other. And then the next day you're whole tour was canceled. I think what it was was we were out there. And then as we were out there people were like cancelling or had cancelled even before they left. So i think we. I perform that friday. Did you perform the friday now. I cancelled detroit that friday. Because i was getting so many texts on my community number about like you know and we might have different demographics of like auto auto immune disorder people and older people. My mom's in a nursing home And also detroit is shutdown detroit and houston the two markets. I was going to they. They're attorney general chinatown ochre so because my thing was let's wait till they do it so i'm not the asshole that that was your philosophy. What did cancel cherokee. And they wanted to do the show. That was a casino they wanted to do the show and baltimore. I'm just putting the cold nuts. it's fine legislation if it's happening my cape you better. That's what i do. I got another jacket. Bring in the wardrobe changes by the way. Paolo is you'll of course how you know him. He did my amazon pilot. Great guy By the way I have to mention before. I forget. this podcast is one of the few podcast. I came casual Wouldn't he gives a gift to her gusts and in the gift. has meaning behind it and For my daughter seraphina. She gave its name. I guessed you guessed it the number when we were s member. We were an art museum downtown. And you you were You guys were pregnant. This was when we were not real friends but we were sort like inherently friends. We were at a an exhibit for an art exhibit. Because your wife. Lana is an artist. have this in your calendars. You're pulling up Was with a. uta thing yes. Uta artists space. Anyway this is a necklace with the italian flag from sicily in the nineteen twenties and i thought that was extremely thoughtful And especially when you're giving to my daughter which is even better so it was nice and podcasters if this has been discussed on your show but Offered to send a vehicle become. Get me which is where is it. It's in here. Oh just hold it up. Offered to send a vehicle would have offered hair and makeup as well for the latest greatest that for seraphina. I wanna know this woman that you get this stuff from the history on the second. Yeah yeah no she's gonna get better meghan my first assistant and then a writer on whitney all right now like procures items. That are necessary To unlock ancestral powers. So what is this. You said this three or four times in this conversation. Ancestral would something that you've recently got into to find behavior patterns of people. What is what's interesting. I father died. Your father show live very much so When my father died. I think something happens. Where you sort of realized the power of like you're an says the forces what you carry the unresolved emotional problems from what your ancestors endured their trauma and how they adapted because it in prints on your genes genetically so. It's like all the work that i've been. You know you saw me at the comedy store bombing for years with the talking about the female brain stuff. The neurology material. That i made a movie about neurology. And both my parents had strokes and You know as comedians were professional observers. Right we're like social anthropologists. And i'm always just trying to figure out. Why people do the shit they do. That's what that's all. That's our obsession with justice. Writer obsession with. Why the fuck would someone make that choice. And i could explore everyone else's but i couldn't crack my own and Although madness you in the early days You know of me. When i was like sort of asleep at the comedy store Is started realize i was. I started getting a lot of answers to all the questions. I had when i started doing. Like family. constellation work and Ancestry exploration of like. How epa have an imprinted on our jeans and so italian immigration to america is fascinating for so many reasons And my connection to it is Via west virginia in the coal mine Industry because a lot of them came as labour's Before the unification of italy From the south. So there was a lot of italian immigration in appalachia as well which is kind of where my ancestry's from No no no appalachia. Appalachia is my main kind of ancestry. Texas oklahoma. You're saying you the connection you had to. Italians is through. Because i great great great great grandfather's coal mines with a towel with gas and The pepperoni roll do know about a pepperoni roll. I know of Pepperoni roll was invented by italian immigrants in west virginia because they could last long in a coal mine. Oh i met a woman. I met the woman that wrote the book about pepperoni rolls. When i went to west virginia last year. Like i'm very into the. I'm very and like the sticky relating in the expressive ness. And that's all from something and i'm just fascinated by the way that our genetic imprinting sort of influences our everyday choices in the way it expresses themselves. So i'm fascinated by you because i very much feel like in a way like my grandfather was a coal mine with italians and like we're kind of in the comedy story. Isn't that cool mine. H- we get paid in col- brexit call so it makes sense by the way speaking of the comedy store. There's a documentary on showtime which you're A big part of and you have a. You have a nice sliver in last episode you were. You hosted you the star number one on the call sheet. How was that experience. Even that you know.

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Gets migraines your mom your sister your wife or whatever Enforce her to do it. Stop ruining christmas. I got you code. Cove dot com slash. Whitney for fifty. Percents off your first month medication. Free two day shipping. That's fifty percent off your first month of medication and free two day shipping with cove dot com slash whitney spelled w. a. t. h. c. o. v. e. dot com slash. Whitney with cove. If you guys. If i'm known for anything it's my calmness. Yeah that's what i would say. So first thing comes up on what kapadia like when you think when you cummings you. Think colleen peaceful why are you always telling me to get the com- out because i love the comments. I've been a user for a minute. I pay for the subscription. What does that minute mean About a year okay. Yeah and i really. I mean i love it. I like like i like minded. I like am to sell me on it okay. We'll give me a minute. And i'll try longer than you have. Have you now me on it. Well how come you can ever sleep. They've had. But i like like whispering in noises and quiet stories. I liked that to go to sleep. And it gives you an option you can take. It's an app and you can pick like different noises. You can pick stories. People can read. You can pick outdoor sounds. You can pick rain. I love the stories. I'm looking at. There's a new one by mandy moore where she just tells a story. She reads a story and they read it very soft in and it's like they're so good it's like the com app is like the mom you issue has. It's like the a baby. It's a bedtime from celebrities. Got this is a genus. I love it mean we all love it. Sleep so i'm looking. I'm looking at the comments. Can you read the of. That's why look at it. That's why we're excited to partner with the combat the designed to help you as stress back for your life..

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

09:38 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Hang out with your friend pete. that's What's your connection to pete. I met him in canada on one of those. Like a little lost tours. I don't know if you've had a crush on chorale time. Yeah really want like. I definitely like saw him around montreal and i was like his bat. My baby daddy. I remember having a like. Is this future like pete corey alley like this is my do i. I was kind of obsessed with him for a little while. He no he does now. Yeah he is. Thank you for letting me project onto you. he is. He's a funny guy so handsome so alpha so hot. So hot is that your sounds like alpha men alpha. Yeah because you seem like you would be in control of the relationship and very beta and relationships. Whoever i'm with has to be just super to out alpha me And that you seek that. Yes yeah yeah yeah like mad i can't emasculate by accident 'cause all emasculate them by accident. Gotcha you know But italian i have. And i don't know what it is. I'm still sort of working through. What in my ancestral lineage. But i have a very magnetic attraction to italian. Benton's italian really Yeah well people would be happy to know that happily married for his wife would be sorry. It's a compliment. I'm happy to be your handmade well. Listen we'll we'll be talking about this. Twenty minutes on the podcast. My eggs are frozen. We can just maybe like freeze embryos. You can have it. We'll get a lot of the surrogate. I don't even have to see pete. Frankly we just like my primordial reaction was like oh we need to like have offspring while yes great guy to pick rescue me. I make that up okay. I'm complaining him with adam ferrara. Because i did the tour with dennis leary and adam ferrara but i think pete was on a couple of shows that rescue tour. Oh yeah you know he. He has done the done a slurry. I've done shows with people for yeah. I have a crush on him. He's a great guy funny cat funny and we bigger career you should he should. He's definitely got the goods for whatever the reason. He's been a writer on a lot of these tv shows and he's been doing that but Stand up wise. I think he's extremely what's his lineage. I think he's bodies. I think from bari that south That is on the west East side of italy south But yeah he. And i hit it off and we're like you know what this was in two thousand fourteen. I said you wanna do this. He's doing podcasting. I said every time we get on the phone we make each other laugh. And i said why don't we just do this on a podcast and we did it. And that's basically what it's called the pizza bashing show you do it for any. I don't have any of this this. I also thought that you're like like out of frame for most of it. I love that. It's just not even symmetrical like he can't even be like you don't have a vertebrae when you're doing it for some reason and i don't know what you're holding like. It's a brillo path. What are your microphones. What did you say you love to comment. Oh yeah. I mean the camera were very blair vlogging over there. I mean i would love to get my hands on your podcast. Like i'll do a literally do anything if you'll just let me go. Listen i tried haven't tried. I hate money. I had this company. Come in my producers and do an analysis of what we could do this does it. S and then the pandemic it kind of petered off. This is what we have done extremely minimal. And i know and why don't we kelly worse. Learn to kelly were slur. It's gonna take five and a half years all kelly by the way follow. Kelly were slur is the designer that has put Is why when you guys have seen in. My story is when i reposted bastion. It's his house. Looks like a schrager hotel. Well we moved one. We moved furniture from one house. Anyway it looks like allison wonderland sex dungeon anyway. The podcast is is poorly produced. Agree and it's just something subtitled people. You hate people that have jobs that are listening work with no audio while how much he hates people have. It's not even that so we'll we'll even have the cable. We don't have the capability to even because you won't respond to my texts. I respond to you also. Sebastian changes his phone number so frequently. How how what is it with you in the changing of the phone numbers I've only changed my number three times over the last ten years this is. This is my. I'm sending you a screen. Grab of this day. This is in my address book the number of times. I have sebastian new phone number. I mean the. I'm flattered that i get the text every time but why do you change your phone number so much. Nothing to do with real friends that i have. It'd be like people calling me for Shows booker's number two open mic pokers. Yeah i didn't have like i wasn't like you. You seem to be dialed dialed in with like. Oh i have a number. I give to someone who wants to do their show in a laundry man. And so i would i. My number was out there for a while with people who are like. Hey do you wanna do my show on tuesday night that the and then the hassle of resp- of of getting that text is that not tantamount to changing your number and having to send out texture whole address. There's not a lot of people and even need to do for got it got it so if you look at your phone and i don't know about you. My circle doesn't really expand my contacts. How many context you have in your phone. I already. there's a circle that you generally you right. And how many people would you say on a on. Average are in your circle of your taxi. Hey what's gonna or hey did you try but ten interesting depends depends what month it is. What's happening. And if i'm wearing if i you know it depends. Yeah do ever go through your contacts and go. Who's this delete. who's that goodbye. You'd never do that. Do a cleansing. I feel like with the change. The number it's a cleanse starting. It's christmas out of the pupa again. Ivy league you don't like riffraff. You like rigmarole. No you don't like detritus. When i get home. I will look that up and let you know the answer. You don't like like Unnecessary unnecessary trash. My desktop One full one folder. My when i do internet browsing on window at a time. So what is that it's from. is it. ocd it's not. it's just just like order. La i don't like i don't know i'm not an astrology. Person would just curious cancer because they're wondering okay. Yeah my wife. She's got the computers going to shut down. Because i go. How do you find anything. You've got one hundred ninety three windows open. She's a type twenty thousand unread emails that my tax Wait how do i go to. How do you know how many unread texts you have. Doesn't it just Show like a Yeah number on the think. Hold on but wait. Why doesn't do you have unread emails. That's my unread. Emails eighty three thousand. Like i see all this red. You have hundred seventy-one unread texts miss face. That i have no red everything's clean. You have win those behind windows. No friends no one wants to talk to you. People stop texting you fifteen. No i don't know what. I don't know what that is. It's just it's order and mail italian order..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

08:45 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Is one of these guys who's a beautician. He's a talker. He's a big character but things that you know. Don't tell how much people you make you know. That was a big thing growing up shame. It's just it's not secrets it's omission. Yeah privacy privacy. I have c- Were you know a lot of people in this day and age tend to be very open about a look at what i have looking at. How have you negotiated that social media. Because i feel like you just found your groove with social media and last couple months. Yeah i took a pandemic to japan. It's an invisible murderer. Get you to start fucking channeling that because it feels like you. I felt like your relationship to social media. Perhaps because of this ancestral magnetic Loyalty to privacy was. I felt like your relationship to social media was adversarial for awhile. I couldn't find my home there because it's the antithesis of what you are about secrecy. Yeah well it's all. Yeah i want first of all i. I don't want people seeing my living room. Or where i live or my kids but you know as as i got to use it and whatnot. I wanted to share a side of me. That was a little peek behind the curtain. And see you know what what happens at home and whatnot. And i have fun with it. It's not like a over abuse it i doesn't feel mercenary. It doesn't feel it feels. It's charming and appropriate. Feel goofing around around the house and like my my thing on cancelled. Michael jackson by dancing to him the other day invincible to canceling. I put michael jackson to my son dancing. I thought that was. I know i see. I would have fear. I would go. I can't post michael. Jackson documentary the allegations of the comments. I didn't even think about it. I i love. I love michael jackson's music. And i just thought it was fine. I like to make people laugh. So i used it now. Thirteen pandemic as a way to kind of get. You know you're not gonna get the standup laughter anywhere else. But i'm like. I want to put a smile on people's face I like to think that when i go up on stage i'm making people forget about everything outside the room whether it be politics Whatever they're going through. And i'm like. Oh maybe i'll use social media and mirror while sebastian in the is maybe we should fire up the tv here. Need any powder. Do you need any. No no cool down cooled. Okay you go there. For therefore minute the vapors what's that the vapors like the vapors like a damsel in distress the vapors e. don't start using reference holding familiar. Yes i am sorry. It's ivy league my bad. did you really see. That's not honestly. But i. I did but the way i got in was witchcraft. Did you get through through basketball. No through Gold-digging are you looking at yourself. Yeah i just wanna make sure that The whatever i just did with the lip gloss isn't see. I look insane. The i can't look this insane for your episode would sue. I'm gonna put my hair back and be a lady. Yeah i look like Time stamp that i look like kurt cobaine twenty-three soon hey the hair goes back her back there we go. I have to have more respect. Sebastian's look this. That's more elegant. Right very elegant nice. That's very nice. It's about judy. Play basketball it's an understanding all about Which i found out like this year. I think talking to the parking lot that you were a basketball player. Which now makes sense that. You got the basketball. But what did that. What did that change your perception it if you were home if you if someone pointed out in a whitney played basketball i thought that was a joke. I didn't i finally went is funny. Clean joke from whitney. No no i just didn't put you in basketball together so yeah Magic came to a complete halter. Getting back on this podcast stuff for me to do this. And come on these podcasts. Weird hard i just. It's one of these things where i don't know where these things are going to go to be doing. I don't know what's expected of you. I don't know my supposed to be funny. Is people the people. Look at this and go. Oh is this guy a comedian. He's not making us laugh. I never really know where these cancel cancelled where you molested or not people want to know. Now you come out as a different gender like otherwise. No thank you. I mean it's it is. It is interesting. Because i feel as soon as i figured out how to be a value to people in a way as soon as i honed a craft or trade as soon as i had skill as soon as i was able to peddle my wares the skill that i'd worked so hard for kind of went away with the pandemic right and then it was like. Oh wait a second I didn't want to start a podcast. But what do you do you like talking to people find this. Do you like the simon heaven right now. But i'm very specific about who i have on. I don't have any more on that. I wouldn't want to hang out with off camera so this is i can't fake it. I'm a bad actor. Like i can't pretend in. The first couple months was a little touch and go. If you guys the first couple i was little. I was a little like thought. I was on leno. I was a little like you know. Still in the network. Tv conditioning of like and stand up of have to be funny every twenty seconds. But there's no audience here we're in my house and the people that are listening to this right now are doing laundry. Or they're going running or they're watching it on youtube in their house while they're doing their schoolwork or whatever it is so it's it's kind of a brain share thing and there's no there's no expectations and you can't get it wrong like and there's no way can go wrong. I'm surprised that that. How how how much could you listen to people talk. I mean there's so many people like someone else doesn't like if i was a podcast hopper. I want podcast somebody else. And then they're going to hear what the same thing i said here. I never ask questions that you could find another podcast. So it's like for me. I'm not going to so how'd you get into stand up. I will never ask you that. And when i go on podcast and people say is harboring a woman stand up. I'm like i've said that already. So whoever's googling me in his in this youtube wormhole of me if that's what they're doing because they took too much smaller wherever They're going to see this somewhere else. So i'll never repeat myself on another podcasters. Tell the same story twice and when people come here. It's like when we had lex on. He's a the biggest a researcher in the world. And i just only asked him about his dad because he's never talked about that before you know so. That's what i try to do. Nah i mean that's that's that is unique itself. But if i know something about you it means the listeners. Already know it to or they're gonna find out after this they're going to go. Google you know. But i think it's it's about what we are relationship. Yeah no i agree. It's just there's a lot of podcasts out. There and everybody is going on everybody else's podcast. Like if i had a podcasts that had guests than you would come on my chest and then now we're going to do that that version so i just find it that this is casting a like a weird muscle. I al- i always looked at it as a u. n. p. cory ali. Just wanna just wanna make people laugh..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

06:53 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Or what have you. Maybe a young person getting in you thought this is what you had to do. But i mean that's a that's a part of growth but now i i just i just want i sit in the back of the room. I'm like come on. It's almost like casting like when you're casting your show you're like waiting for somebody to knock it out of the park. Want them to win. Yeah and i just want to laugh. I just selfishly. I just wanna sit in the back of the room and forget my problems and laugh at the comedian onstage. Well regardless if it's a male or female but I remember like utah. I mean what i've learned from you as There's not enough time to encapsulate. All of it like i've remembered there are times that i would see you go onstage after someone aid shit after something did not go. Well there was not a it was not a personality match between The comedian and the audience and you would go on stage. And i remember seeing you in the. Or like you were gone. You wouldn't talk for like thirty seconds. Just like reset the energy. Is that conscious like how do you like. How are you so connected to the energy of the audience now. I just think that's a feeling just like you go up there. You just got feel it out. Whatever whatever you're stepping into. I think you're getting that response right away without any. Because i think the you want to get up there. Want to grab the mic. Want start talking. Because there's it's uncomfortable maybe not to speak or to say silent a little bit. Actually dice is a brilliant at that not talking Before he like your use of silences. I love silence. I mean you're the king. The king of silence from the crowd not from the audience. You're silently math score. Silences conducive to a shitload of noise. Yeah i've always relished in the silence. And i think that's watching johnny carson for years. Just coming up on him watching him as a kid. I thought he was the master of watched movies as a kid. no no it was more comedians comedians. All the time. I never had cable. I used to go to my cousin's house and watch houston tape all the specials and whatnot and they used to watch those on a saturday morning alone in a basement and just used to study. I should be fascinated still. I'm of how does this comedian sound like. This is the first time he's saying it has remember this. What is what is this all about. I used to go to comedy clubs on the sixteen years old with the girlfriend. I had at the time. She knew the the bouncer. We still in the back snuck in. Yeah i forget. The name of the club is in rosemont. it's no longer there but We used to go there. Friday saturday nights everybody's at taco bell comedy club so Always fascinated with. It never knew how it's going to get into it. It was you know. I come from the northwest suburbs of chicago. My father's a hairdresser. My mother's a secretary. We didn't have any connection to entertainment. But i always knew. I was fascinated with stand up comedy. I like to make people laugh. I'm not a big talker. I don't. I'm not the class clown. I'm not the center of attention. I don't like to be unless i'm on stage. But like when i'm around a group of people i think the misconception and i don't know if you're like this but yeah i got you might because you'd like to talk more than than i do but i don't like i like to listen but that's why you're sebastian by the observational king of our time. Great observational absurd conductor. Yeah you're the observe. Like when i do these. I don't do podcasts a lot. Because i don't like necessary. I know i'm pushing it with this. I know this ruining our friendship. That i don't care flimsy to begin with i see people going these podcasts in there like giving all this information a lot of people love to give a lot of personal over beijing. Yes sloppy How they feel about certain things and this and that i grew up where you just didn't talk and he'd never shared your intimate feelings with anybody other than your even. Your family didn't even know so. I've always been tight lipped. I never take aside either way. And i tend to when i come on these podcasts. That serves italians. well very ancestral. yeah. I think it's an italian thing especially sicilians been conquered so many times that we don't trust a lot of people and could be in the dna and Yeah never never big talker. So even when i go on like joe rogan like joe's very gracious aid. Wanna come on the show. I feel like you know. I i watch his podcasts. And he's got like doctors and david goggin sir hundred fifty miles i go. I really got nothing like that and overcome anything. There's nothing really in my family like there's no abuse erred drugs or alcoholism. So i don't really have a big story to tell. I just happen to be a guy who grew up in mid mid west liked to make people laugh and wanted to try this out and here we are. Cnet's i feel like is very like you carry the ancestral trauma yet. Maybe maybe that's it and maybe the darkness is that. There's i don't like you know if you got to know me. I think people that are close in my family and close friends. That i have they see maybe a different side of sebastian than myself. Going into the story yeah. I noticed that cost that. Play it on a lou. Play it on a loop so but where did your ancestors immigrate to in america. Mississippi interesting so My father came to mississippi with his family. Because that's where the rest of my father's family was but they didn't like mississippi. They left within six months moved to chicago. That's basically where they started their life. So is th this is My father was fifteen. This is sixties tactics. the sixty..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:40 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"So so i always like. Oh i wish. I would've known more about her. And what was going on because like you said that me not talking to people a lot of times. I don't know what people are interested. We were just talking about cutting christie before i Got on the podcast. That he's an amazing artist. You know i. I didn't know a lot of Things about people at the comedy store. I had a group that i came up with And i hung out with those guys for a little bit and then when we started working i really didn't see them but i i was not one of these guys at walked around the comedy store and talking and hanging out you walked in like a panther like a mute panther and he would just prowl around the comedy store it's your all energy or all observational energy and passion will walk in and immediately like he would just recoil at negative energy and lean into positive energy and he would once when sebastian from the beginning. I think i. I came to the common in two thousand six. I wanna say i remember. I was there with my backpack. I had my little backpack and my you know with all my childhood trauma in it. And i'm standing there and i think it's so important people understand that you've always been sebastian. It's like everyone caught up with you. But you were always wearing bedazzled bomber jackets. You were always like when you walk in. Everything would just Being slow motion. Everyone would stop and you were just like walk down the hall and it was like the sees part for you how i is. I didn't see any of this was your energy but it was just your energy. It was just that that kind of incredibly powerful energy and the italian ancestoral mafia power. I mean it was just like no one wants a horse head in a vat when when when you walk down the hallway. We're just like don't tell my horse. It's so far from home though. I just there to go up. Do comedy and leave really treated you. You showed me. That comedy is job. Yeah i guess. That's what i looked at it as not that. I don't like that fun. I really enjoy hanging out there. I enjoy the comedians. But i feel like when you came in. I had been doing that for eight years already. I got there in ninety eight. So i've had my like fun at two o'clock hanging out with the guys. I've never seen the comedy store with the woman. That wasn't your wife. I i didn't i didn't i didn't bring women there because it was like it was like work for me. I didn't really. It wasn't something where i knew. Lana was your wife when you brought her to the comedy store. Your same jacket. You're both wearing leather jackets with the same studs on them or whatever it was. Yeah we do we. I was like that's app bologna. That's her like when sib. Every i mean the comedy store the days that we were you know concentric on it like guys had a different girl every night. It was all about showing off their prowess. How many girls. I can get and you know whatever You never had a girl with you. And then you shut up long. And i was like. Oh yeah alana was. It wasn't one of those things i knew. She was my wife from when we first met. She was extremely shy and took me a while to kind of break her open but once the floodgates put a picture of hurt your screen save. I stated No within the first month. I had her on my screen saver Legal criminal activity cre-. Yeah my sister's like she saw it and she's like what do you what's that. Lets you know put richer. Lana she goes eight spin a month. Take it down but Yeah she was the busing that ever happened to me. And and how did you meet through a personal trainer to share. And i asked you have any good looking women that you train. He was. Yeah got one at six o'clock in the morning and go. It's a little early sweating seon. I run hot. I feel like it in my sweater tears tears. Are you trying to pretend that sweat is. This is a full. I'm gonna fool. I'm wearing wearing in l. Pack it must sell your your peptides Which i'd love to talk about. She was What was the question. How did you meet the trainer trainers trainers sunday morning. I came in at seven. I in oil three stout governor john. Patrolling okay great guy he Of course was that aalyah now. Of course i just i'm just i the italian ancestry. We need to get to it. So there's a lot of italians in my life So i was hitting online pretty hard. I was landed on pretty met her. When you saw what happened i said. Wow she's really beautiful. What did you were you like. That's no. I didn't say that's my wife. I said breeding with her. No no no. I'm just so curious about it. There's no there's no breeding. There's nothing. I just saw what she's really attractive like to get to know her John would kinda like introduced us. And i would flirt here and there with her a little bit but i would come to the the gym like like i was going out at night. I mean shower. Cologne orangina baby oil. So and she had no clue no clue about that. I was hitting on her. She just really naive perfect. Yeah answer better. Yeah and it took her out then. Go slow burn. We went to Sushi no sushi on third. It's closed it's right by. Yes it sushi roku and then i took her to the grove and we had the pink berry. Whatever happened to pink. Berry i think all was revealed that it was a sham. Pink berry was the hottest thing going for a walk. Pink berry was the kony twenty. Twelve of yogurts. Yeah it was good though. I'm a fan So anyway yeah. It was a slow burn. I was dating her when i went to Dating her now. This is where you weren't there. Were you there. Oh yeah you were there. The dubai trip. I did a private gig at that. The the the by trip than that l. birsh will we do in there. That's yeah that's it. So i have a photo up on my computer of Me and brown bathing suit from j. crew and see that's like in the burj hotel. That sebastian does a third with us. Right it was barker. Tommy.

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Good For You

"Do i start. Yeah i work for you So i haven't seen in while. And i appreciate you having me on the show. I have to tell you that you have the clearest cameras In the podcasts world. So i had to put a little nervy acute town on the on. The face. Opel lessened sebastian's. Is that even in another thing. Your vocabulary is beyond any of my compromise. Let's dumb it down a little bit. Let's turn these monitors off so that i'm not. I'm not staring at myself. The whole time and how amazing the peptides have made my skin. Look i don't even know where to start with you. Well we share a history. I mean we've we've known each other for its going on what. When's the ones that when we go to the middle east two thousand five together. I have been so scared of you for so long. Why i've thought it'd been really friendly with you. Know you're so far. No one has more pure heart than sebastian. It's very nice. Thank you but because you have in you have a. I don't know if it's genetic. I don't know if it's ancestoral will figure it out. You have absolutely no need to impress anyone at any time. You need nothing from anyone ever. You never have to keep the jacket. I know i a wolf bolero. So if you're already hot. My future is bleak pod. You only talk if it's absolutely necessary like it's your last resort communication like it's such a So annoying to you to have to utter A word so. When i was first started doing stand up i was so insecure and such a projection machine. That like you walking in just saying nothing needing nothing and you're also like it's this might make me emotional You're also i want to say. I'll say one of the only comics That has no predatory energy towards women. It's kind of insulting actually. You've never harassed me you've never tried to have sex with never flirted with me and i'd like an explanation. Well here Thank you by the way. I was thinking about this on the way over. This really has nothing really to do with not hitting on you or anything like that but we went to dubai or wherever lebanon. We sat next to each other on an airplane And i think prior to this or it was after this. I said hey i could get you on so and so it was like up six seven minute set somewhere on tv where i thought i was helping you out and i wasn't really aware of what was going on in your career and you responded with. I'm good.

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

03:33 min | 6 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Comedy is not meant to be read number two and no audience I'm doing the whole thing to a guy behind the camera who's dressed like a Biki. Right to hear any laughter was. Not Fun. But I did really enjoy the interviews I picked people that I had a relationship with and you know this I mean you do interviews day in day out the people you know personally whether out to dinner with. You have your home much easier. The players have a conversation. I made. I could. Sure, you've got stories where you're interviewing someone like it's Yeah, nowhere. No I'm working guys I've got I. got a few of those a few of those, some of the well, the remain nameless but some of these, the older generations of actor through they don't even fake while I'm like listen you're supposed to be a good actor at least act like you want to promote your movie. If they get a little bit, it's interesting that you say that about the teleprompter. Because it is a little different way you know it's a certain skill set if you will right and then the timing with telling the jokes if you're not hearing the rhythm and all that. So it is man it is it is a bit of a trip you have been doing however these Sebastian Sunday suppers with sound very cool. For those not familiar with that about you know handed just to the the Matt Perform Him Mike. Okay, how why do some type of performance be creative also kind of marry my love with food and we came up with this idea to have a Sunday supper where we paired up with a couple of charities soul tickets people would come on zoom that was give Aways we interacted with the fan. At told I have a chef in town. His name is chef dominic. Feedback Mayo Yeah love that guy you'll be. Tally a nice trip in with olive oil. That's my son's name Dominic posted about like guys got the awesome name whatever I, my grandma, my his grandfather's name was dimicco right and I told my wife I, said that's really that's dripping with Oslo right there. CAN WE GO DOMINIC? Can they call Nico's? So we call them Dominic and then we call them Nicole totally hijacking your story. Please go. He curated a nice blocks of food. We sent the food out. We all had dinner together. It wasn't so much about like mincy and dicing, and what have you lose basically he put it in the oven you warm up and then we had dinner together the Zoom and you know we did content. Cheese Plate and whatnot. So it was fun that was fun I. I answer my phone I because it's my wife honey we're just on. She loves you that's there's Chevanton maniscalco talking about dinner. We're talking about the manigault. All right. I'll call you back. She's ready to go to there is this out one of the quick shot on a quarterback. All Right? Yeah. She's ready to car bomb at the MANISCALCO. We've probably should have told you our show is on W. We go everywhere here. multitasking multitasking right here I wanNA talk about the new comedy special because I enjoyed meeting your friend the other day the name of it is Sebastian. MANISCALCO presents Pat mcgann wins mom going to be home at told Sebastian that's going to be a hell of a Hashtag. Post about that. So tell us about pat I love that that you'd look out for your boys and you guys have been friends for a while now. I've known PAT for ten years from Chicago a we met at a comedy club can fast frenzy ended up coming on the road with me arena across the country..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"I had gone with Mario Lopez. Joining me now on Zoom, my man, the hilarious comedian actor, extraordinaire Sebastian Maniscalco. Welcome to the show vast longtime. No TYPO. Today's in a row for us. So we're becoming fast friends over zome can't wait till. We actually go out and enjoy an evening together but thanks for having me on. A. Road. Hog Day. Groundhog Day and you sound thrilled about it. Well Sebastian I were talking earlier because listen we both. Appreciate, and love our families and and recognize this quality family time but enough already right. At least you're getting out of you. That's somewhere to go. It's true. That's a good point. This is it can go from here to the family room. Scared or no you gotTa take jogging. Like hiking or something Yeah Oh man God bless you got little ones too so high you've been holding up just generally we talked about the frustration especially being a comic in and essentially a lot of the businesses on the road. That's obviously not the case and are you enjoying the virtual shows or about those? So I've done some corporate gigs through a through zoom on long rates. Yeah. So I've done three and actually I was hesitant about doing them I'm doing them. kind of like we're doing this is like a moderator and then. They launching Kinda insists some jokes? Yeah. I don't do STANDUP I don't stand up like a fork in my hand pretending it's micro and right are you sitting down just like you are right now in? Sitting down on a sit down sit down. Call Myself. Zoom median. Brilliant Edna it's worked out well, but nothing to place is the joy of live performance and I'm yearning for that and I just don't see coming back anytime soon. However, I am working on something that could possibly. Be a big ordeal, but it's going to be more outdoors more Matt drive in. Not, a drive and have you done those yet? No I just look at that. Occur..

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"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"sebastian maniscalco" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"Take care of yourself. Yes, sir. All right after all that time that you've wasted listening on your headset wherever you may be in this great country onto our guest, one of the hottest comex in the world, not just the country and somebody that if my daughters and I share one comedians work via taxed and copying and pasting and links to different shows. It's Sebastian Maniscalco in fact I have a sweatshirt purchased by my youngest daughter Trudy. After going to one of his shows, he is brilliant Sebastian and he is here..

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Sebastian Maniscalco, Alligator Ali And Trust Lutheran Village discussed on Waddle & Silvy

Waddle & Silvy

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Sebastian Maniscalco, Alligator Ali And Trust Lutheran Village discussed on Waddle & Silvy

"Senior living facility. I watched the Sebastian Maniscalco. Special over the weekend. He has a whole bit about this new emotional support animal people have emotional support peacocks. And now here we have an allegation all support you said peacock, right, right? Emotional support alligator visit senior living facility. Come on joy hanney's alligator Ali is three years old and about four and a half feet long. The unorthodox pet quickly turned heads on Monday. As he walked on a leash through the spirit. Trust Lutheran village at sprinkled drive in York, Pennsylvania while some were understandably apprehensive

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