Each week on Wonderful, Thanks, Brooklyn comedians Ramsey Ess and Adam Maid invite a guest to discuss the stories, facts and thoughts they have about that week's word.
Each week on Wonderful, Thanks, Brooklyn comedians Ramsey Ess and Adam Maid invite a guest to discuss the stories, facts and thoughts they have about that week's word.

Season Three, Episode Nine - Truth with Jen Bartels

Word: Truth
Guest: Jen Bartels
Bio: Jen Bartels is a very talented and hilarious actress, writer, and producer of comedy. She has performed on a number of Upright Citizens Brigade house comedy teams for both improv and sketch, and is currently filming the show “Friends of the People” which she writes, stars, and produces for TruTV. It premieres on October 28th!

Discussed: Truth or dare, Staten Island accents, and not being called Jenny.

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Season Three, Episode Eight - Power with Sue Smith

imageWord: Power
Guest: Sue Smith
Bio: Sue is a talented comedic actor, writer, and actor here in New York. She hosts a ton of shows around town, including her own podcast called Tits and Giggles. She has appeared on Best Week Ever, I Love the 2000s, and 40 Greatest Viral Videos. She also has one of the best domain names of all time: suelovessnacks.com

Discussed: OJ, invisibility, favorite cities, and Outliers.

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Season Three, Episode Seven - Final with Daniel Koren

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Word: Final
Guest: Daniel Koren
Bio: Daniel is a uniquely talented director and composer from Brooklyn, NY. He frequently performs across the country as a multimedia experience, combining live music, video, and insanity. His work has been nominated for an Emmy, his videos have been by a ton of people, and his special “The Most Important Thing” looks gorgeous and is hilarious.

Discussed: Minecraft, the World Cup, human fonts, and how we’re going to die.

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Season Three, Episode Six - Sea with Laura Prangley

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Word: Sea
Guest: Laura Prangley
Bio: Laura is a stand-up comedian living in New York City. She is the host and producer of “Uncorked,” a show at City Winery.She’s also a contributing writer for Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live, and has performed in sketches featured on, Comedy Central, and Funny or Die. She’s also super funny and on Twitter!

Discussed: Accents, cheer, wine and a salt taste test!

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Season Three, Episode Five - Heroes with Rekha Shankar

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Word: Heroes
Guest: Rekha Shankar
Bio: Rekha is a young lady of many hats. She is an improviser on a ton of NYC times including Gayle, Solarium, TBA at a Later Date, and many more! She is a contributing writer for Reductress, an avid video editor (and creator), and frequent pun competitor (meaning she would appreciate my subtle “avid video editor” pun). Check out her Tumblr and Twitter and thank me later!

Discussed: The Wind Beneath My Wings, personal heroes, seitan, and puns!

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Season Three, Episode Four - Payday with Scott Rogowsky

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Word: Trouble
Guest: Scott Rogowsky
Bio: Not only does Scott host an amazing weekly talk show live in New York City called “Running Late with Scott Rogowsky,” he is also one of the co-hosts of ABC’s “Would You Fall for That?,” a knowledgable sports guy, and contributor to The Onion News Network on IFC and Onion SportsDome on Comedy Central. You can check out his tweets over @ScottRogowsky, and the tweets of his father and late night sidekick @SidekickMarty

Discussed: The minor league baseball teams of Upstate New York, scratch-off strategy, and a bunch of wacky characters show up!

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Season Three, Episode Three - Trouble with Andy Beckerman

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Word: Trouble
Guest: Andy Beckerman
Bio: You may already know Andy from his fantastic podcast “Beginnings.” Or you may know him from his videos from the sketch group “Wrestling Team.” You may know his writing from such websites as Splitisider, Dusted, and AdultSwim.com, or even his Twitter account. But no matter how you know him, know this: he’s on this episode, and he’s great.

Discussed: Split-second celebrity impressions, lunchbox searches, and how to really upset philosophy professors

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Season Three, Episode Two - Names with Rob Michael Hugel

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Word: Names
Guest: Rob Michael Hugel
Bio: This guy’s all over the place! Rob is improvising and acting all over the stages at UCB, on the sketch team Onasis, and improv teams That Annoying Couple, Old Maid, and SLUG. His webseries “I Hate Being Single" is, first of all, great, second of all, coming back with a second season very soon, and third of all, award winning! You gotta check it out! He’s also appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, as well as Broad City, (Ramsey Has a Time Machine yeah, I’ll plug my own show in someone else’s bio, so what?), and Very Mary-Kate!

Discussed: Generically named festivals, Ke$ha’s dollar sign, and convoluted methods for replacing shower curtain linings.

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Season Three, Episode One - Vogue with Amey Goerlich

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Word: Vogue
Guest: Amey Goerlich
Bio: Amey is what we in comedy call “the best.” She is a host and producer of “Indie Cage Match” at the UCB East, she is a member of the legendary improv team “Krompf,” as well as a the team “Fart Police” (which, full disclosure, also features Wonderful Thanks’ cohost Adam Maid). She is a creator of the awesome webseries “The Best Cupcakes in the World,” She also claims to have directed and or coached over 200+ improvisation groups/sketch teams and off-Broadway productions, but that’s probably too incredible to be true.

Discussed: Ice cream shops, watching reality TV raw footage, and not hitting guys with glasses.

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Season Two, Episode Fifteen - Mob with Adam Cayton-Holland

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Word: Mob
Guest: Adam Cayton-Holland
Bio: Adam is a comedian from Denver, Colorado who is busy producing a lot of great stuff. Don’t believe me? Well, allow me to give you some examples. He has a great podcast called My Dining Room TableHe has a hilarious Twitter account. He’s been on Conan. He has an album on iTunes called “I Don’t Know if I Happy.” And along with the rest of his comedy team The Grawlix he’s made a pilot for Amazon called “Those Who Can’t.” See? Lots of great stuff.

Discussed: Crows flying, Schrödinger’s cat, pig protests, and this darn heat!

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