The Comedy Kiosk

Episode 12 - Stand-up dramedy

July 29, 2021

After watching a YouTube clip about more depression in recent stand-up, and Bo Burhnham's Netflix special "Inside", Igor Mondae and David Munoz decided to sit down and discuss why exactly is it that comedy nowadays can't seem to shake the drama element, and there is more personal and tragic touch in every recent show.

Some spoilers for Bo Burnham "Inside" in this episode, to avoid, skip to 10:05.

Bo Burnham "Inside" is available on Netflix 
https://www.youtube.com/user/boburnham/videos
How Comedy Got Depressed
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMvF54h6WJg&t=93s

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