Aww yeah! Nick Guerra returns to talk about stuff. Getting out of your own way, not allowing the doubts build up and assuming anyone is as concerned about you as you are. Some friendships need a firm hand and a bit of a sharp tongue. It’s a great episode!
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Jose announces his move and subsequent new podcast room, tells a story of only being seen by people at bad shows and talks too much about being in a better place. It’s a real pat on the back for this one, which is always super awkward. Enjoy!
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Comedian, Drag Show host and horror film enthusiast Samantha Hale welcomes Jose to her home in this episode. It’s a fun one, and the two talk about being locals in a culture where that’s almost non-existent. They share stories of performing in Bakersfield and Jose moves in without approval.
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Solo episode. Jose takes time to appreciate his circumstances after processing not getting something he worked towards, recaps a crying kid in the theater, witnessing a woman on her way to a nooner, tries to start a list of things to be thankful for and stuff. And such.
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Guest Darren Carter, the Party Starter, comedian and host of the Pocket Party Podcast joins Jose to discuss the process of podcasting, the benefits of social media and how the comedy scene is evolved, as well as the joke process.
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Guest Camille Theobald joins Jose via Skype from New York to talk about the NoHo Comedy Festival, traveling for comedy, moving to NY for school and the change of scenery from small town life on the side of a mountain.
Solo episode. Jose shares about almost buying a stolen car, being a guest on the Social Primates Podcast, making a fool of himself in front of actors he respects, losing the filter needed to talk to people and all things awkward.
Jose on the road! Working on location for production and hunkering down in his hotel room, Jose takes time to talk about the side hustles that keep comedy afloat, being honest with ones true capabilities and limitations, and finding a balance with ambitions and fiscal responsibilities. It’s all kinds of serious on this one.
Catch Jose at the Ice House in Pasadena, CA January 25th and at the Haha in North Hollywood February 21st.
Solo episode! Jose talks about a depressive episode, listening to opposing views, doing things for yourself and not putting it on others for emotions you assign to your gestures. Oh and a quick ghost-ish story.
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Brian McDaniel joins Jose again, for the 2nd time, as a returning person who has come back again. They talk natural comedic skills, being too old to party, defending themselves against cats and all things awkward.
Comedian and Adult Actress Silvia Sage, Stoner and Comedian Stoner Rob join Jose to talk comedy, the downsides to sex, comedy and being an adult. Brainstorming for quick rich schemes and Jose retells the story of getting hit by Steve-O.
Solo episode! Jose talks about the things that make people bitter, even though it doesn’t really matter. He also talks about expanding your vocabulary to improve your ability to deliver your exact thoughts and breaks down an awkward situation with a drunken bar patron, as well as reaching out to those who are depressed.
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Comic Martin Rizo and Jose Chavez sit down in Rizo’s car to talk about ghetto comedy shows, staying in awful hotels, Marvel Films and a man date to Disneyland. Check out Rizo’s podcast Squad By The Bell. Rate and subscribe!
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Solo Episode! Jose talks about forgiving yourself, even when you think you don’t deserve it. Admitting to your faults, accepting consequence and a couple of personal stories to educate on why you shouldn’t drink and drive. Oh, and a dude at the beach is a creep!
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In this solo episode, Jose talks about trying to avoid the pitfalls of repetitive bad patterns including emotional dumping, habits of criticism and being reluctant to do the things that could improve your day to day headspace.
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Solo Episode! Jose reads the second email asking for advice, and it’s about moving for new love! Jose rambles on with advice on whether or not to take a chance and learning how to take advice from those who you dismiss. Also, Bachelor sucks.
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Ariel Kashanchi joins Jose this week to promote a show at the Ice House. During the cat-friendly episode, they discuss being on the spectrum, diets, cheese, sibling pranks, and being a dick. Follow Ariel on IG @arielsnotamermaid
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Cristela Alonzo and Steve Halasz Join us for the first live recording of Awkwardly Social at the House of Brews in San Fernando, CA. We discuss comedy, careers and the pitfalls of trying to tell your story and relate to the world. We do a quick Q&A with the audience and we learn Steve has a career in the rap game. We take a brief moment to say goodbye to a favorite local spot and keep it awkward. Be sure to follow Steve and Cristela @cristela9 and @steveisok