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This week -- calling out the selfish comics who double book when it cost other people and the audience grief and sorrow. So maybe it's time to get out since I'm obviously taking it all very personally. I mean Michael Corleone can say it's not personal, but we know it is. 😉 Also, my first Adderall experience, running into the great Lewis Black, my f…
 
Hello hello and welcome to our JULY Audio/Video Podcast. Finally going through the work box in which I found my Saturday Night Live contract, my Late Show with David Letterman audition and all of the jokes Dave Attell and Chris Regan wrote for me when I was opening for the band Roman Holiday in London. It's awesome. Then we speak to our friend Memo…
 
Hi. The Coca Cola Company ran out of Gatorade and they have this horrible other awful product I tell you about on today's podcast. Also, how I called out the chef at Applebees, for once again, a subpar "buffalo" wings experience. Also today, meet Paul Loren. This amazing singer/songwriter who first appeared on my Comedy Cellar Show. And, my first T…
 
Hello all. This week - they told me not to drive, but I made it home alive - I actually pulled a You May Be Right and rode the little Vespa bike home in the rain, which was insane and then I crashed into a car. It's hilarious. No, it is. The stubbornness of keeping the streak of no subways or cabs is going to get me killed. Also, the 4 part moon sa…
 
Well, who knew. . . apparently Paul Simon decided to take credit for writing the theme to H.R. Pufnstuf. Now that's just hilarious. All we be explained today of course and it's most intriguing -- let alone Penny Marshall auditioning for Witchiepoo. Also, things are clearly back to normal as my yearly trip to the Fireworks store continued this week.…
 
Well hello all. Today on an all new podcast - What about Love? The band Heart and how they brilliantly morphed into an unbelievably successful glam rock band -- BUT, only after they stopped writing their own songs. Ooooh. Controversy. Also, I voted early for New York City primaries -- the only candidate on my ballot -- Curtis Sliwa. What the. . . A…
 
Welp -- this is it! The Nightfly Podcast finally got to meet his hero, the original Nightfly - as Donald Fagen and Dave Juskow meet up at the Comedy Cellar. Something that could have only happened after a worldwide pandemic obviously. So there's THAT! Then, the hilarious news about me suing a defendant on the Judge Jerry show. I wish I was kidding …
 
Alec Sulkin is the writer and producer of Family Guy and this podcast's favorite movie, Ted. He is also what The Nightfly Podcast is all about. Alec and I first bonded over our love of Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent and it's just a fact that no Superman has come close to his duality of playing the role. We also get some insight into the writings o…
 
Hello all. It's true - Rodney Dangerfield, Brian Doyle Murray, Michael McKean - three of the funniest comic actors of our time AND James Earl Jones all for some unknown reason appear in the straight to video "Casper, a Spirited Beginning". I don't know how this happened and one would say money is how but certainly didn't look like much of a budget …
 
TONIGHT!! -- That's supposed to be said by the great old ABC Announcer, Ernie Anderson whenever he'd preview The Love Boat or Charlie's Angels. HIGHlarious. Also, yeah, Stand-Up Comedy has always been a pretty diverse venue, the fact always being -- if you're funny, you're funny; Charles Grodin and the forgotten movie, Clifford; Live performances a…
 
The Go-Go's made it (thank god) to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and let's kick things off today with their rather prolific song, which I titled the podcast today. So I guess when the dumb Rock and Roll Hall of Fame gets it right, everything else gets it wrong. Oh, it's another week of madness with nonsense and people continuing to get cancelled a…
 
Yep. I'm the older brother and I have been shunned from Mother's Day by Michelle not Michael - which would be my sister's middle name so it works if you really try. The Horror. The Horror. Also, I'm just gonna say it - Sondheim sucks - as I found from watching Into the Woods and Meryl Streep should not sing anymore in the movies. Diverse comedy, SN…
 
No, this isn't the Billy Joel A to Z Podcast but the title fits. I'm a mess. With everything opening up I feel lost and who knows what else. So, what's the only thing that cheers me up today? For some reason, the theme from the old Ted Knight show, Two Close for Comfort seems to calm me. I have no idea why. I'm like King Kong and just needed a nice…
 
Good evening. This week the journeyman Fred Stoller will be joining us. Fred created the character of Kenny Bania and wrote the episode, "The Soup" on the legendary "Seinfeld". So that's pretty good and all, but he also appeared twice in "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" SO. . . .HELLO -- Nightfly folks! Also, apparently being way too close to Staten Is…
 
Hi everyone. I finally left the state and actually flew somewhere. It was quite exciting since everyone's slowly getting out again. But mostly, OMG, finally a story to tell after over a year. SO, the amazing audio I got from the car ride of drunk people screaming at each other, the drunken grandmother, the angry deli meat counter guy AND I found ti…
 
Are musical Supergroups even a thing anymore?. Today we go through a bunch of the so called, "Supergroups". But for my money, obviously all the Supergroups take place in the 80's. So that's where we're headed today. Also, the Oscars suck and they should just cancel it. Haven't heard or seen any of the nominees this year, which, when we reflect, rea…
 
Good morning all. Today's the big launch of the Billy Joel A to Z Podcast so we start off talking about how Billy Joel ripped off the Maude theme in his song "Ain't No Crime", which is, of course, HIGHlarious. Also, talk about musician Leslie Mendelson performing on the Comedy Cellar Show last week, which was so great; my new New Jersey Mall Pop Up…
 
It's a four hour extended addition of The Nightfly this week. Oh god -- could you imagine. Well, that's pretty much what the four hour Justice League movie is - except of course for Gal Gadot who is the only reason for watching. And, I guess Aquaman if we're being honest. Rrrow. But seriously folks, on today's show: Do Women gamble on Sports? And i…
 
Back in the 80's and 90's if you were starting out as a stand-up comedian, you eventually wandered into the Ye Olde Tripple Inn, which was located on West 54th Street in the Broadway area. It was a tough room to play but everyone played it - as referenced from our guest today. Susie Felber used to run this club back then and the old owner gave her …
 
Good evening all. This week I opened for Gilbert in a virtual show. I ended up getting a very serious call during Gilbert's performance which I had on in the background. I tried to turn it down but, you know, it's Gilbert, it's useless and absolutely hilarious. Plus, when he starts talking about Catherine Zeta Jones private parts in the background …
 
From 1980 to 1989 the Grammy's picked every Best Album correctly to maintain the brilliance and power of each album chosen (minus Prince and Purple Rain). But after the decade turned, they have since only gotten 4 powerhouse albums that stand the test of time. It's incredibly noticeable and that's what will talk about today with the awards coming u…
 
Good evening all and Happy March. This week's podcast finds an alternate ending to Pretty in Pink where Duckie ends up with Andie. I can't believe it either. I just found out about it and apparently I have to spend $19.99 to see it. I'm in!!! Also, the nerve of Lt. Uhura trying to quit Star Trek during its heyday. And, the hilarious Olga Namer phon…
 
Well hello there. This week here we go again -- if the Go-Go's don't make it into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, we have to put a stop to the HOF. Seriously, if the only all female band that was absolutely huge and not just a one hit wonder doesn't make it in the Me Too, Time's Up, female vice president era, then. . . . on the absolute flip side -…
 
If you've been a fan of this podcast for six years then you know along the way I've been praising one restaurant in NYC that had the best buffalo wings of all time - so finally, joining us today is the great Pat Hughes. Pat is the original owner of Scruffy Duffy's bar and wings AND his friend and mine Sinem Gulturk, one half of the twins from the D…
 
Well hello there. This week -- another classic Manhattan store closing up; My sister becomes one of the first birthdays to have an unfortunate second go around of no partying thanks to this stupid pandemic; Clarence Beaks rears his ugly head; turns out Bob Hope is just as evil as Harvey Weinstein; and weirdos in Oklahoma that want to start legally …
 
Hi folks. This week a great podcast of current and old school 'why you like the Nightfly' stuff. First, I tell you about how I got caught up in the Robinhood Stock Market scandal. Then we go back to, you know, our old ways and talk about the Rob Lowe classic, "Illegally Yours" and when I say classic, I mean -- NOT. But, it's The Nightfly and there'…
 
Good evening folks. Yes, last Tuesday the process server rang my bell to serve me with Eviction papers while I was live on my Comedy Cellar Nightly Show program on YouTube. It was awesome. As Yakov Smirnoff says, "What a Country". Later, I rattle off the Buck Rogers episode descriptions and all will be explained on why I keep watching. 😉 Also, Dave…
 
Hi everyone. Wendy Liebman is one of the best stand-up comics I know and it is a real honor to have her on the show today. When I am quiet and finally let her talk, she's extremely interesting and I get to rant about Dear Evan Hanson for another hour so what's not to love. Wendy's been on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and the Larry Sanders Sh…
 
Good evening all. Well, strange goings on these days as if a worldwide virus isn't enough. I just feel like if you're going to run into the Capital building you should probably have a plan rather then hanging around taking selfies -- you know, like super villain Hans Gruber from Die Hard. Anyway, this week I also talk about all the Covid permanent …
 
Hi everybody and Happy New Year. Oh yeah, Wonder Woman 1984 was awful. And that's how I spent my Xmas. Now that we're caught up. Let's move on with my hilarious New Years stock tips everyone will appreciate who loves this podcast; my friend from North Dakota whose only dream is to work in a Chimpanzee Sanctuary (hilarious); and how I was like Fonzi…
 
Hi Everyone. After years of teasing, I finally got to sit down and talk to Ms. Heckerling. Yes, the director of Fast Times at Ridgemont High (which The Nightfly consistently plays clips from), European Vacation, Johnny Dangerously, Look Who's Talking and of course the director and writer of Clueless. She was great. Really fun and forthcoming. I thi…
 
Closing down the restaurants again here in New York City -- what a delightful way to finish off one of the worst years ever in 2020. To that end we play our usual Vince Guaraldi to lift the mood a little bit and then talk about the shut down and of course, next weeks, big podcast with Amy Heckerling - so technically, we're finishing out the year st…
 
300! Can you believe it? Three Hundred Podcast episodes. Although it should have been a major live extravaganza, another casualty of Covid makes this stay at home podcast lost of fun anyway because my guests are hilarious. From his home in sunny L.A. the Roastmaster General joins us. Dave Attell and Gilbert Gottfried come on later to bust on each o…
 
Happy Holidays all. Well, it's the 299th Edition and there's nothing different about anything. I get mad at the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving TV special, I get angry about how TBS cuts scenes from "Friends" and I get really livid about the Dry Ice shortage in America. I mean, like I said, just a typical Nightfly episode. That and some hilarious villai…
 
Hi guys. Bit of a bummer today as death has taken another good one and I hate to burden you with it but we do Jazz and Conversation here and that's what we're about. The Jazz part is a Pouges Christmas Song Classic which is getting the cancel culture treatment. Also, gee, don't you love when an actress tells you she's be holed up in her one bedroom…
 
Good evening folks. It's our monthly Video/Audio Podcast. Tonight my first guest is Sophie Ponchak. Sophie is beautiful and trying to date through Covid in NYC, which leads her to today's title, where have all the good men gone? Later Esther Ku joins us as we had a funny thing happen to us on Election Day. Then, Nancy Pelosi's freezer of designer i…
 
Let's face it folks. I'm hilarious. You won't see a podcast title like this anywhere else. But seriously, are you or are you not excited about the return of the McRib or not damnit??!! Oh my god. I can't stop. Anyway, it's all over and now the fun begins to see how things will pan out until January 20. If you're not intrigued, you're nuts. But of c…
 
Happy Election Day 2020 everybody. Exciting times ahead, yes? Well today's podcast has the usual banter to keep you occupied no matter what happens. For instance, Governor Cuomo exiling his daughter's boyfriend to the Canadian border so he wouldn't see his daughter anymore like in the movie "Stripes" (HIGHlarious); Frozen Beer (it's awful); and a 2…
 
Hi everyone. They were playing a musician on WFMU on Thursday that used to work with Adam and I realized how much no one holds a candle to him and how much I miss him in my life. Just sayin. But don't worry there's plenty to lift us up - you know, like a seasonal clip from the Paul Lynde Halloween Special and the smartest inventor in the world who …
 
As it turns out Patty Smyth of the 80's band Scandal was asked by Eddie Van Halen to join Van Halen before Sammy Hagar. Now THAT would have been most interesting. Also, the final days of "Tab", the pre-cursor to Diet Coke; the "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" home of Brad and Stacy goes on the market and; the big Modeling Shoot are all covered in tod…
 
Hello everyone. The Duel Audio/Video October podcast is ready and it's a good one today. First off, the first eating inside story in New York City - that's nuts. Our guests today are Chris and Sean Donohue. Sean is Chris' son who hilariously won the full Caddy scholarship we've been talking about to Notre Dame. I know, it sounds crazy but him and h…
 
I've been watching a documentary on The Who's Tommy and thought I'd play two clips today from my old Wonkopera. It may be time to bring it back. Anything new is good when nothing's going on. Rick Moranis got punched this week in what's become a scary Upper West Side. This week we also talk about the big night at the Stress Factory and trying out th…
 
Yep, I did just what the title says, but that was seven years ago and now she's trying to evict me. You know -- the stuff you can ONLY hear on The Nightfly. Another classic tale in what is the Dave Juskow Saga of existence. ALSO, I just was on Gilbert's Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast Show depicting the 50 year anniversary of the premiere of t…
 
While everyone is getting evicted, the Emmys went off without a hitch. Because Hollywood knows what Americans want, you know, like bad celebrity reading of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" where clearly not one celebrity has actually seen the movie. You guys blow. And the god awful acting of Felicity Jones as Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I'll show you why th…
 
Hi Folks. What a great week during a pandemic. Is life going back to normal or am I abnormal? Probably the latter but. . . I will tell you about the many birthday parties this weekend, the eating, the dieting and the football. Oh sweet magic. Then I will play you the stupidest song ever heard by someone we ALL know. I'm not giving out the spoiler a…
 
Hello all and Welcome to what used to be considered, the best time of the year. Yipes. This week on our duel audio and video podcast our good friend Memo Salazar joins us as I once again regale you with Jim Gaffigan stadium opening stories and then it's pretty much all downhill from there. But this week, I turn my attention to the Sunday Comics. Yo…
 
And where would any of us be if Chachi wasn't given his first break by the great director Alan Parker. Alan Parker died a few weeks ago and directed some of our favorite films like, Midnight Express, Fame and Angel Heart. But it all started with Scott Baio -- which is just absolutely Gold Jerry -- GOLD! Also, Cannonball run news. Yes, you heard rig…
 
Hello everyone. I can actually say it was the best birthday party of all time -- as long as it's phrased in parenthesis (during Covid) because then it truly was. A little old school action down at the Comedy Cellar and it was a well needed good time with friends - (outside of course). Also, the hilarity of old people feeling bad for young people --…
 
This week I step up and finally have a guest after all these quarantine weeks. Mike Sauter from Pittsburgh's WYEP joins me on the podcast via Zoom today. Mike was the morning man at the legendary WHTG down the Jersey Shore during the formative '90s. He is the king of Alt Rock and a Beatles aficionado. Mike's one of those guys that knows something a…
 
Multiple reasons of why Pandemicing (is that a new word?) is awesome now, but I believe in the 80's this never would have happened. Your thoughts? -- Also, why online delivery places are awful outside of New York City (yes I'm a snob) and Mike Sauter from WYEP gives me some new song titles I have to decipher and play for you. And finally, Bugs Bunn…
 
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