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On this episode, three stories of self-reinvention...

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Producers:
Bob Carlson

Jay Larson 9 MIN, 5 SEC

As a teenager Jay Larson and his friends took an opportunity to pretend to be big shots for a night, just to meet girls... and then out of nowhere he became a real one.

Jay Larson is a comedian and co-hosts the Crab Feast podcast. He performed a different version of this story on the Comedy Central program This Is Not Happening. Our version was recorded at the 2014 Riot LA comedy festival, recorded by Wes Bentley.


Jay Larson
Photo by Jay Larson

Julian McCullough 9 MIN, 23 SEC

When you live in a family that is constantly moving like Julian McCullough did, you have to become a master of re-invention. Without a lot of friends, Julian's model for behavior had to come from anywhere, including classic tween girl literature.

Julian McCullough is an actor, writer, and comedian best known for his appearances on Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings, Chelsea Lately, and MTV2's Guy Code. This story was recorded at UnFictional Live at the Mack Sennett studios in Los Angeles. It was recorded by Melissa Morton.


Julian McCullough
Photo by Jeremiah Garcia


Carl Tart 10 MIN, 2 SEC

We close with a story about a guy far from home, in a different country and a different culture, and what better time is THAT for re-invention. But Carl Tart, had a new personality thrown right on him, so he decided to try it on for size and walk around a little bit.

Carl Tart is an improvisation and sketch performer now based in Los Angeles. The story was recorded at the 2015 Riot LA comedy festival, recorded by Alex Pfender.


Carl Tart
Photo by Jeremiah Garcia

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