On Nuzzy and The Guy are Decently Funny, David Nussbaum and Guy Opochinski host a podcast variety show like no other. They talk about what is going on in the world and in their lives; from pop culture, to entertainment, movies, to sports. They tape their trademark lunchtime interviews at restaurants, bars and other intimate settings.You will hear celebrity interviews, uncensored discussions, participate in interactive contests and laugh your nuts off at a variety of entertaining and original bits featuring "wack-pack" members of satellite radio's most famous show. Set your expectations low, and be pleasantly surprised when you realize that Nuzzy and The Guy are decently funny!
This appearance by Andy Dick was much different from the last time he was on the show. The first time we met Andy, our friend (actress, reality star, pin-up girl & role model) Jessica "Sugar" Kiper brought him to us and gave us an episode we lovingly entitled "SugarDick"... and now while Sugar is currently getting well on season 5 of Celebrity Rehab, we had the pleasure of having a now sober Andy Dick all to ourselves for this episode we call "SoberDick". Andy arrives to Nuzzywood with a bit of PMS, but still manages to talk about Tommy Chong, Japanese Earthquakes, his pimped out shed, American Dad, his family, Howard Stern, Twitter and addiction. We all goofed around for a while, especially during The Favstar/No Favstar game, which proves that not everyone should be allowed to tweet. Finally, we're most excited to hear that Andy Dick and his new producer (Decently Funny's co-host) Nuzzy are bringing back Andy's famous radio show, "The Shit Show"... and now this time it's a podcast live at The SModcastle on Friday night's at 10pm. Then after the show was over, the boys continued the fun and had some sushi (I figured I'd explain the picture)... well, what are you waiting for? Download this sucker so I can get paid already
Modern Family's Emmy award winning writer and co-executive producer Danny Zuker sits in on this episode of Decently Funny. We get Danny to talk about his hit tv show, Charlie Sheen, winning, twitter, Howard Stern and cocaine. Then, Nuzzy and Guy reflect on their most recent trip to Vegas where Nuzzy insulted a famous actor and Guy couldn't stop vomiting... and then everyone plays another game of favstar or no favstar.
Writer, twitter king and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane's former slave, Artie Johann joins the mayhem on this episode of Decently Funny. After fixing a technical glitch, the boys turn to Artie aka @DearAnyone to find out how he got started and what it's like to work on Family Guy and his new animated FOX show "Allen Gregory". Nuzzy and The Guy argue over Family Guy's lyrics "effin cry vs. laugh and cry", then play their new hit contest "Favstar or No Favstar" and decide who had the funniest tweet that week. Later, topics digress to talks of everyone's "grooming" habits, Guy picking his quit smoking date and reality television.
Podcast duo Nuzzy and The Guy welcome comedy writing duo Kevin Biggins and Travis Bowe to their show. Biggins and Bowe are 2 writers from the hit FOX comedy, The Cleveland Show and over the course of the podcast we discover what celebrities they hang with and what it's like, as white guys to write for black cartoon characters. How'd they meet? Who does stand up? What is it like to work with Seth MacFarlane? Where do their ideas come from? What suggestion from Nuzzy will Biggins & Bowe bring up in their next writer's meeting? Finally, because Biggins and Bowe are big on twitter we all played the DecentlyFunny.com signature tweet contests, "Best Tweet" and "Favstar or no Favstar"... whose tweets made the cut and which tweets should never have been written at all? Tune in to find out on this super hilarious episode of Decently Funny.
The show opens with the fellas talking Nuzzy's new catchphrase and quickly digresses to a discussion about porn, they're guys...what do you expect? But if you can get through the 1st fifteen minutes of their nonsense, they get humorist and social critic Brandon Mendelson on the phone for his expert view on social media. After they have some fun with Brandon, they turn their sights on their own parents... Guy calls his dad and Nuzzy calls his mom. What do their parents think about social media? And which one of them can't stay off Facebook? Plus, what is Nuzzy's mom hiding for him until April? You won't believe it! Click play, and you may discover that social media is bullshit.