Ryan Dalton joins Kenny Kinds and Jeremy Hellwig on the couch.
We have amazing stories from Danielle Howard, Ella Fritts, and Sympho Mubano!
On this episode, we talked about Gaming.
The always amazing Jon Venegoni joined Jeremy and Kenny on the couch.
We had great stories from Christian Lawrence, Chris Cyr, Rocco Hogan, and JC Sibala.
We've got an amazing new episode for you from back in January in St Louis. The Hilarious Justin Luke joined Jeremy and Kenny on the couch.
We had great stories about dating from Elizabeth Crawford, Scott Gresham, Danielle Howard, and Andy Kohnen.
This show was recorded live at the main stage at The Improv Shop in St Louis, Missouri as part of the first annual Flyover Comedy Festival.
We had amazing stories from Katherine Jessup, Mary Santora, Emily Galati, Henry Phillips, and Rob T. We had the 4 main hosts rotating on the couch. All of these stories are so good and all of them are so different. It's a really great episode.
We ended 2017 with a hilarious look back on some crazy stories. All new amazing stories by Meredith Hopping, Elizabeth Byrd, Stephen Martin, and Una McGarry. If you aren't an organ donor, think about changing that.
Anyway, Jeremy and Kenny were joined on the couch by the always hilarious Tina Dybal. Tina is an amazing standup and improviser. We're so glad we had her on the show.
An amazing new episode, recorded at Heavy Anchor in St Louis on October 20th.
Amy Milton filled in for Jeremy. She and Kenny were joined by the very very funny Carmen Lagala!
Telling stories, we have Allen P. Williams, Rok Patel, Meredith Hopping, and Steve Poggi.
Jeremy and Kenny traveled to Uptown Arts Bar in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri to hear some stories about DATING. The hilarious Aaron Naylor joined them on the couch.
On this episode, we have truly amazing stories from Kasey Griffin, Amber Lehman, Spencer Perkins, and Ryan Trickey.
Recorded live at The Heavy Anchor in September 2017. Jeremy and Kenny were joined on the couch by the hilarious Zack Stovall. Zack is a standup and sketch comedy person, who runs a cool show at The Improv Shop called Fancy Things.
Telling stories, we have Andrew Mihalevich talking about shredding some sweet pow pow and hurting his dang leg. We have Ryan Dalton talking about being a stud QB and getting busted for saying a bad word. And last, we have Rob T talking about being a track star and throwing one of his races, with unexpected consequences.
In our drunkest episode ever, we had the hilarious Emily Hickner join Jeremy and Kenny on the couch.
We had Annie Neihoff admit to some of the creepiest, weirdest things anyone has admitted on the show. Sam Lyons told a story about a weird Army dude that we're surprised hasn't murdered anyone. Christine Compass went on a series of dates with a weird, creepy pastor guy. Andy Knight found a man living in the common area of his apartment.
SPC makes its first stop in Indianapolis for a raucous show at the White Rabbit Cabaret. Amy Milton and Jeremy were joined by guest interrupter Isaac Landfert for a show about one of our favorite topics: Dating.
Storytellers for this show include Gwen Sunkel who described an unfortunate overnight date with an out-of-towner she was supposed to take to the airport the next day.
Frankie Spanxx told a story about getting awkwardly quizzed by a guy on a date. Then another date where she got pregnant by a guy who gave her a fake name and disappeared out of nowhere. Then another story that was actually really sweet.
Peter Frederick Wallace talked about a woman that he picked up on Tinder with poetry, then she was really aggressive about hanging at his place that night. It marked the second story in this single episode where someone is unexpectedly slapped in the face during sex.
Rai Caraballo spoke about dating an insane person and getting really drunk in his house full of red flags. It’s very scary but kind of funny.
This episode marks the last of our 2017 Midwestern adventure!
On this episode, we traveled all the way to Louisville, Kentucky to hear five tremendous stories about fights.
Storyteller Amanda Hay told about the time she stuffed her brother in a sleeper sofa and the fight that ensued.
Jamien Tomlinson talks about his fight with an ancient Portland panhandler.
Cindy Hindrichs talks about a dust-up with a lady in a hot tub where they both lost their tops. Yes. Those tops.
Comedian Sean Smith’s story involves a trip to Florida (ugh), Girls Gone Wild (naturally), a friend dressed like a ninja (also, naturally) and being forced to get into a fight despite the fact that he really didn’t want to.
And comedian Kate Sedgewick tells a wild story about a punk house basement show where she got into a fight with a runaway girl, lost her favorite jacket. This episode has a lot of eye gouging.
SPC makes its second trip to what is quickly becoming one of our favorite storytelling destinations. For our latest stop in Columbus, we decided to tackle our storytellers’ college experience in what we dubbed The Ohio State Edition.
Whiskey Bear Comedy head honcho and comedy festival favorite Dustin Meadows tells a ridiculous story about his time in school where he majored in pop culture and how a homework assignment led to hitting a friend with his car.
Hashtag Comedy’s Sarah Storer tells an insanely entertaining cautionary tale about why you should never fall in love in Bible school. Spoiler alert, there’s probably some dry humping.
Comedian Pat Deering tells an unusual story about a prank gone awry and how a lost pocket knife almost got him into a heap of trouble.
Columbus storyteller and Babe to Know Christine Hovarth tells a very, er, timely story about taking Plan B.
This show was the second stop on our 2017 Midwestern tour and includes all of the SPC staff including Kenny Kinds, Tim Cornett, Jeremy Hellwig and Kris Wernowsky..
This episode was recorded at the North Bar in Chicago as the first show on our five-city Midwestern tour. What better subject to tackle on our first trip to the Windy City than “Chicago Bosses?”
Our first storyteller was one of Chicago’s funniest comedians, Adam Burke (Doug Loves Movies, Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, Put Your Hands Together). Adam told us a slightly disgusting story about his time working at a pub where his boss reused the beer that spilled into the trap. He also admitted to being very bad at construction.
Shannon Noll, who you might know from getting threats for her live portrayal of Barron Trump, told a hilarious story about doing speed and being the best dishwasher one major sub sandwich shop has ever seen. Her story also involves fireworks and a very gross revelation about used kitchen grease.
Like every creative in Chicago, Dan Sheehan (creator of the hilarious NOT A WOLF Twitter account) spent some time working for the online deals pioneers Groupon. His review of his time with the company is less that glowing.
And Finally, Kyle Scanlan (The Whiskey Journal, the Lincoln Lodge) talked about his time working in sales, washing cars, and a boss who encouraged him never to give up on his comedy dreams. His story has an amazing payoff.
For this episode, people talked about barely getting into trouble with the law. Joining Jeremy and Kenny on the couch is the hilarious Yale Hollander.
Telling stories, we have Matt Wayman, Alexa (and Nikki) Moore, and Chris Ward.
This is a very long episode, but it's a very good episode. Recorded in June in St Louis, this features Jeremy, Kenny, and special guest JC Sibala on the couch.
We have stories from Tom Brown, Brandon Judd, Ella Fritts, Jen Brown, and Stephanie Howes.
This is a really fun episode. Recorded live at the Heavy Anchor in St Louis.
Jeremy and Kenny were joined by the amazing and hilarious Carolyn Agnew. She is a mom, so she adds great context to every single story.
Storytellers include: Sarah Pearl, Rima Parikh, Debbie Mauher, and Fred Metzger. PLUS A SURPRISE GUEST at the end that is the subject of one of the previous stories. It's fantastic.
Live from Cleveland, Ohio! It's stories thematically related to Trump's first 100 days! Lots of fear and failure, and it's all really funny.
Our interrupters were Kris Wernowsky, Bridget Gibbons, and Ryne DiPerna.
Telling stories were Jeremy Sheer, Joe Barone, Erin King, and Ron Fatica.
We went to Kirksville, Missouri and came back with some great stories. The Theme was COLLEGE, and the hilarious Ken Warner joined us on the couch.
We have great stories by Alex Ward, Jesse Berger, Dr Jay Self, and Tom Lampe.
This epispde was recorded in Cleveland, with Jeremy, Kenny, Kris, and Tim taking turns on the couch.
We have awesome stories about breakups by Chad Weaver, Stephanie Super, Sam LaTourette, Lindsey Brenkus, and Detrick Payne.
Angela Smith joins Jeremy and Kenny on the couch.
Tom Brown tells a story involving 9/11 and foreign exchange students. Sarah Pearl tells a bunch of short great stories.
Recorded at The Heavy Anchor in St Louis, this episode features Kenny, Jeremy, and special guest Angela Smith.
We've got amazing stories from Hannah Streicher and Christine Compas. Come back next week for part 2.
This show features the 4 main hosts of the show, from both Cleveland and St Louis, on the couch interrupting. Kris, Jeremy, Kenny, and Tim on the same show together for the first time.
This episode was recorded in the back room at Defining Skin Tattoo Parlor in Columbus, Ohio. Telling stories we had:
Dustin Meadows of Whiskey Bear Comedy
Sarah Fulmer Host/Producer of Speak Easy
Meag Horn Producer of Speak Easy
A standup named "Pants"
This is a really great show that we hope you will enjoy.
Recorded live in Cleveland, Ohio on inauguration night! Stories about the first time people did things.
Dana Norris joins Kris and Tim on the panel of interrupters. There are amazing stories from Bill Squire, Lindsey Brenkus, Marissa Lynne, Kevin Korvach, and Megan Erwin.
We lost the first half of this episode to technical difficulties, but the second half is amazing enough on its own.
Storytelling MVP Rob T finally joined us on the couch, alongside Jeremy and Amy. Tom Brown and Christine Compass tell fantastic stories about meeting people from the internet.