Judah Friedlander: World Champion, 30 Rock Star, Author of How To Beat Up Anybody: Interview on The Sound of Young America Live at WNYC

Judah Friedlander

Photo credit WNYC and Casey De Pont.

Judah Friedlander is a regular on NBC's 30 Rock and the author of How To Beat Up Anybody. He is the World Champion.

Judah joined us on our live show at WNYC to discuss the differences between a Yeti, a Sasquatch and a Bigfoot (and how to beat up all three). He also delineated his strategies for fighting groups of people and even groups of strippers.

When Friedlander's not beating people up, he plays writer Frank Rossitano on 30 Rock. He's had a long and successful career on stage as a standup comic, and his film roles include an acclaimed turn as the Original Nerd, Toby in "American Splendor."

"Counting With Bruce Springsteen" - The Ben Stiller Show


Nick ran across this while pulling clips for our upcoming show with Judd Apatow. Delightful.

Stefon For President


Biscuit knees? Give me a break. SOLID GOLD.

Via "Jord" Morris

John Mulaney Loves It


Brightest Comedy Mind? PERHAPS.

Nagging Rabbit Channel


From Conan

Amy Sedaris on Letterman


A) This is my favorite thing in the world.
B) I am so excited to interview Amy again on Friday night.
C) This show with Amy and Jimmy Carr is one of my favorite middle-period Sound episodes.

Nick Swardson's How Do I Know You?

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Nick Swardson is one of the funniest comics in America, and his new show Nick Swardson's Pretend Time, on Comedy Central, is something I'm really excited about. Nick was a guest on The Sound once, many years ago, but it looks like it may have been lost to the sands of time. Nice guy.

Above: a very NSFW sketch from the show, featuring the very funny Brian Huskey of Naked Babies.

A Tribute to the Slipnutz


One of the dumbest/greatest things ever.

TMZ: Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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Past Sound guest Charlyne Yi is a wonderfully talented and big-hearted lady who just got run over by the bullshit train that is TMZ. Willfully misleading, gross and creepy is what this is. Watch the video for Charlyne's explanation.

Seriously: people who were involved in this... how do you live with yourselves? Do you think this is funny? God this is gross.

Keep your head up, Charlyne, you're a class act all the way.

Below: the great/actual video Charlyne made for Oxfam:

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