Modern Day Philosophers with Danny Lobell (comedy)

Adam Lustick, one of Danny's good friends in comedy, comes by to discuss one of the most famous and influential bald men of all time: Aristotle. The two talk about everything from hair loss to weight gain and dogs, shopping centers, and gasoline and just about everything in between. It's a fun one folks. So enjoy!

Direct download: Adam_Lustic_-FIN.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 5:51pm PDT

Shecky Greene is a legend in the world of Stand Up Comedy and was kind enough to host Danny Lobell to record an episode with him at his vacation home near San Diego. The two discuss philosophy from Pascal which also leads to discussions on Shecky's life long gambling habit. The two comics also discuss how they both have horses named after them. Other topic covered include Lenny Bruce, filth in comedy and Vegas and the mob.


Direct download: Shecky_Greene_Done.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 1:14pm PDT

Aisha Tyler visits Lobell House Productions studios (the upstairs) to talk Roger Scruton, Animal Rights, Being Controlling/OCD, partying hard, not wanting kids, Nerds, Poverty, Fame, Intorvertion vs. extrovetion and a whole lot more.

It's a good one folks.


Direct download: Aisha_Tyler_done.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 1:24am PDT

Shaun Latham comes by the show to talk about Thomas Reid and his views on moral perception. Shaun tells Danny how his lazy eye has affected his view of the world and about how Shaun didn't know who his father was for the first 15 years of his life. They discuss Shuan's days working in a prison and why he is always on the move.


Direct download: Shaun_Latham-done.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 10:44pm PDT

Reggie Watts comes by the studio to discuss John Cage, music theory, smog, nothingness, food, France, personal freedom and the forces of the universe with Danny.

At some point there is even some free style music the two do together and Danny learn a bit about Reggie’s childhood.



Direct download: R_Watts_fin.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 12:45am PDT

Carl Reiner is this weeks guest. Carl is a master comedian and writer who’s works include the Dick Van Dyke show and writing for Your show of shows as well as directing the Jerk and many other great films. Carl and Danny discuss his new book “I just remembered” as well as discussing the works of Moses Ben Maimon aka Maimonides.

The conversation ranges from topics of religion, prayer and memory to directing, writing and noticing things.

It’s a great one folks so enjoy!

Direct download: Carl_Reiner_Fin.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:06pm PDT

Kliph Nesteroff comes by Danny’s place to talk word origins, comic origins, podcast origins and why he writes about history but should not be thought of as a historian. Kliph requested that his philosopher be Bertand Russell and the two discuss Russell’s views on “First cause”, Religion and race.

Also Kliph does a pretty pretty pretty decent Larry David impression at some point in the show that he credits Danny for originally conjuring up in him.


Direct download: Kliph_Nest_Done.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 5:29pm PDT

Larry Miller joins Danny to discuss Albert Camus. The discussion ranges from topics like travel and attire to Larry's near death experience and how it's changed his perspective on life, death, family, work and spirituality.

It's a great talk with a great comedian!


Direct download: Larry_miller_FIN.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 4:37pm PDT

Danny, Alex and Logan go over what’s been new in their lives, highlights of Season 3 and plans and dreams for Season 4. Also there is some speculations as to how the Queen of England goes wild if in fact she ever does.


Direct download: Wrap_up_show-FIN.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 10:09pm PDT

Greg Fitzsimmons and Danny discuss the philosophy of David Hume. The conversation covers morality, language, religion, anger management, anxiety, guilt and shame. All and all a great talk.


Direct download: Greg_Fitzsimmons_Done.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 1:03pm PDT