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Tell The Bartender Episode 10: Leaps of Faith

May 31, 2013

Listen to Episode 10: Leaps of Faith

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In This Episode:

The Best Ex: Keith and Chemda, hosts of the popular comedy podcast Keith and the Girl, tell the story of their break up. It was a bit complicated by the fact that they had just written a book about relationships, and had already signed a contract with their publisher agreeing not to break up for a year.

Be The Cat: Mitchell Bisschop never thought seriously about religion until he dated a Scientologist. Then he made a dramatic leap of faith.

PLUS new music from Jackie Brubaker, limericks for listeners, and Katharine accidentally gets audio of her neighbors having loud sex while recording an intro. ALSO, Katharine is now accepting tips!

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: Tell the Bartender is coming LIVE to a bar near you! Join us July 8th at 8:00pm at Union Hall in Brooklyn for a night of stories, drinks and games. With special guest LIZZ WINSTEAD and an appearance by our own Matty Blake to play “Craigslist Ad or Casting Notice!” Tickets are $10 and available here.

Keith and Chemda are the co-hosts of the very popular comedy podcast, Keith and the Girl. They are also authors of the book, What Do We Do Now?: Keith and The Girl’s Smart Answers to Your Stupid Relationship Questions. Separately, Keith is a stand-up comedian, and Chemda is a singer and hosts her own podcast,  What’s My Name Show. Here they are looking badass.

keith-chemda-studioMitchell Bisschop is an LA based producer, writer and director at Grey Pop Productions. Here he is in an amazing parody of the MTV show Catfish:

Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Johnny and June” by Jackie Brubaker

“Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda” by Jackie Brubaker

“Four Provinces” by The Walkmen

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

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