Julie Klausner, How Was Your Week?
In the latest episode of the RiYL podcast, Brian Heater interviews Julie Klausner, the New York City-based author, podcaster, and comedy writer-performer.
How Was Your Week? podcast host Julie Klausner recently taped a TV pilot with Billy Eichner -- an Amy Poehler-produced show called Difficult People. It's about two struggling New York comedians.
Other topics we discuss: David Rakoff, my unexpected turn as a Mike Love apologist, the downside of baring your soul, and whether or not Ben Folds is this generation’s Billy Joel.
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