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NLO 1260: Race Off

Patrick and Mikey sit down with Australian comedians Brendon Burns and Craig Quartermaine. This year, the duo is back at the fringe with a refined version of the show they were playing with last year, discussing the race dynamic between white people and “others.” We get in to other topics as well, such as why […]

NLO 1258: Meet Frank Carson

Patrick and Edinburgh Mikey sit down with Dan Gordon at the Fringe. Dan is playing legendary Belfast comedian Frank Carson in a show about the comic’s life. We also chat with Matthew McElhinney, the show’s assistant director, master of tech, and one of our favorite people of the Fringe festival so far. We spill beers, […]

NLO 1257: The Jew Review

Recorded in Edinburgh, Los Angeles comedian Danny Lobell is back on NLO to talk about his storytelling show. Danny was reviewed by some Jewish publication that he can’t remember, or doesn’t care to try to remember. There’s a dissection of the Scottish accent along with others, and a comprehensive walkthrough of the Jewish belief system […]

NLO 1247: Race and Regret

Patrick in in the studio solo this morning capping off a bunch of news we haven’t really discussed. Just a month before heading off to the UK, terrorism is popping off. Patrick talks about idiots who go to their old employer and shoot up their workplaces. Who knew how many fans are drone dorks? Comedians […]

PM in the AM – Weds, Mar 8 2017

Patrick is back from the UK and does an extended PM in the AM. He’s sick, there’s some gross cigarette packaging, we catch up with Xzibit and re-live the glory days of Pimp My Ride from MTV, and watch our old buddy TommyNC2010 strip down on camera. Not to be missed.  

NLO 1235: Rainspotting

Patrick does a late night drunk show with Edinburgh Mikey and fans. And when we say drunk, we mean drunk. It’s almost 5am in Edinburgh and we’ve been drinking beer and whisky since about 8pm. Mikey is under fire for having the most unproductive day off ever. We find out what it’s like to be […]

NLO 1216: Chuffed

Patrick is joined by English comedian Karen Hobbs for the first show back. It’s been a couple months since we’ve fired up the studio equipment, so please bear with our rust while we get this train back on the track. Karen did a show at Patrick’s venue at the fringe in Edinburgh about surviving cervical […]

NLO 1215: The Fringe is Fin

Patrick, Sean and Edinburgh Mikey wrap-up the fringe experience with this extremely drunk show. We’re watching crazy Joe live during the show, and Mikey is a big crazy Joe fan. We’re already pretty drunk, and we’re drinking more, courtesy of the Thinking Drinkers and their generosity. We’ve figured out how to break into other flats […]

NLO 1214: Blabattoir

Sean kicks off this show with some of the people at Abattoir, the Underbelly VIP bar. We are talking to some flyerers for shows about their experience at the fringe, and what it’s like trying to rope people in to see shows they may not necessarily be interested in. Patrick jumps in to continue the […]

NLO 1213: Eurovision and Cricket

Patrick and Sean sit down with Ewan Spence, and the rest is just nonsense. If you don’t care about the Eurovision Song Contest or the rules of cricket or hearing Patrick get frustrated with learning both, you should just skip this one. Especially if you’re American and your likelihood of ever running into either one […]

NLO 1212: Fucking Sloss

Patrick sits down with Daniel Sloss, arguable the most recognizable face at the fringe. Daniel is coming off another all-nighter of drinking at the fringe. While he’s only 26 years old, this is Daniel’s ninth fringe and his prominence around the festival is marked by his hundreds of billboards, posters, and bus ads. Sloss talks […]

NLO 1208: Some Aussholes

Patrick and Sean sit down with comedians Brendon Burns and Craig Quartermaine from Australia. Brendon and Craig are doing a show about race relations in Australia, and spreading the word about the history and present of the oppression of indigenous Australians in a comedic light. Brendon, who is no stranger to the fringe, having won […]

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