It's the comedy chat show with boundary issues! Join hosts Mark Normand and Matt Ruby as they bring New York City's best comedians onstage to open up about their personal lives, sex, drugs, religion, race and more.
This week on WAFH: Mark and Matt welcome Amber Nelson to the stage to talk about being switched at birth due to jaundice, her Southern Baptist preacher molester grandfather, and how she slept around to survive in Seattle.
On this WAFH: Ray Combs Jr. talks about the suicide of his father (former Family Feud host Ray Combs) and why he feels he can say absolutely anything he wants onstage in addition to taking Mark and Matt to task about their show all at the same time. Tense to say the least.
On this, the first episode of We're All Friends Here on CCR: we travel all the way back to 2009 as Mark Normand and Matt Ruby ask comedy superstar Donald Glover about the most personal and embarrassing moments of his life before the man was famous. More episodes from the archives of famous peeps to come!