This episode, Ryan sits down in a loud punk venue with rail-traveling comedian Magghie O'Shea to find out a bit more about her creative process and what got her into comedy.
A momentous episode!
Justin S. Adkins returns to The Write Idea Workshop to promote his new podcast, Out of Our Wheelhouse with co-host and fellow comedian Luke Fegenbush!
The pair join Ryan up at the esteemed lake house where several podcasts have been recorded since moving to NY. The trio talk about all manners of things relating to standup, life on the road, and just whatever they've been up to.
Give a listen, lots of laughs in this one!
Episode 129 of The Write Idea Workshop is ready to challenge your beliefs. First, Caleb, Theresa and Ryan read some stories they wrote based on the most recent writing prompt. Then, Ryan sits down with friend of the show and professional phone sex operator Darcy to talk about how much creativity the gig entails, and other goofy stuff. Be sure to listen to the end of the podcast for a very special behind the scenes listen!
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This episode, Ryan reads some listener submissions to the Writing Prompt Challenges. Friend, listener and fellow podcaster Dan Mayer submitted a short story based on the last prompt, and Ryan shares it with the rest of you.
But, not to let this be the shortest episode ever, tacked on is EPISODE 44 of RADIOLEARY staring Chris O'Leary, Sean O'Leary and Ryan reading proverbs and offering terrible advice on how to deal with volcanoes.
Congrats Bitley and Trish!
This episode, Ryan, Theresa and Caleb review The Black Panther, read and review a writing submission and talk about one of Ryan's favorite creators, Kevin Smith!
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Ryan is by himself for Valentines Day, so this is a great opportunity to talk about some of the best couples depicted in comic books!
Favorites pulled from: Saga, Young Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Astonishing X-Men
What are some of your favorites?
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This episode, Kim and Theresa take a crack at the Writing Prompt from the previous week, and Ryan and Caleb struggle to hold themselves together.
This time, Caleb, Theresa and Ryan and joined by esteemed photographer Kim Fortier to discuss fun video games, The Runaways, vegetables and the power of Jeff Goldblum!
Episode 122 of The Write Idea Workshop
Caleb, Theresa and Ryan gather round the mic to talk about RUNAWAYS on Hulu and what other books and comics from their youth they'd like to see made into movies, shows, or other forms of media.
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The Final Episode of 2017
Caleb and Theresa just saw The Last Jedi and it must be discussed.
Bruce Campbell is discussed.
Favorite reads of 2017.
Resolutions for improvement in 2018
SPOILERS OUT THE YING YANG
It's a Robonukah miracle! A new episode before the new year! Huzzah!
Ryan, Theresa and Caleb spend a lot of this episode trying to remember what movies and shows came out in 2017 and what they thought of them. Also, a healthy meditation on Zoolander.
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This is a garage door pilot for a brand new podcast, Kaizen Komedy.
Hosted by Shafi Hossain, Cody Montayne and Ryan Andersons, Kaizen Komedy is a show about comedians, by comedians trying to figure out how to make their material better. Each episode, the guys analyze a different comedian and break down what it is about their performances that make them work, what they can learn from and a bit about to comedians career to get them where they are.
Kaizen Komedy is released every Tuesday, and more information can be found at www.kaizenkomedy.com
Normal episodes of The Write Idea Workshop will resume this week. For questions, concerns or commentary, write to us at:
At 3am on a Sunday morning, Ryan is still up after drinking energy drinks all day, and decides to record a podcast with drunk co-hosts. They attempt to do a show as Ryan tries to stay awake. His mouth is mostly awake, his brain mostly asleep. This is what happens.
Ryan, Caleb and Theresa gather 'round the mic to talk about the new Death Note movie on Netflix and how it compares to the anime/manga it's based off of. Inadvertently, the conversation becomes about Star Trek as most things do.
Caleb, Theresa and Ryan gather round the mic to talk about what is appealing about unscripted/ improvised comedy movies, and what benefits are gained by adhering to a script full of finely crafted jokes. Some of the tangent journeys they run off on include what is Shia LaBeuff up to, a database that has everything ever written, and how to unravel Ryan's mind with basic philosophy.
Episode 115 of The Write Idea Workshop!
In this episode, Caleb, Ryan and a very quiet Theresa try to talk about The X-Men and if they have a shot at becoming a bigger part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They also discuss other movie and TV news, Theresa's review of Netflix's show 'Atypical' and all sorts of other stuff.
In this outdoorsy episode of The Write Idea Workshop, Ryan is joined by Caleb, Theresa and Wayne to discuss some of their favorite Summer Movies and other games, movies and books that put a skip in their step.
"What's the map say?"
It says you're tuned in to The Write Idea Workshop!
Ryan is solo in this episode, reviewing Spider-Man: Homecoming, Baby Driver and Wonder Woman fairly spoiler-free!
We're more than happy to have Chris O'Leary as the newest addition to the Out of Ideas Network! So happy, we're just going to copy the description from the actual episode here:
This is the pilot episode of a brand new comedy podcast RADIOLEARY hosted by comedian Chris O'Leary! In this episode, Chris is joined by producer Ryan and co-host Tom for a chat about relevant issues of the day like what the $%&# is wrong with Donald Trump, whatever happened to the Fantastic Four, and where Chris learned everything he'd ever want to know about The South.