Pauly Shore's Interested Podcast
What up what up! My new podcast has 3 elements: the interview, someone commenting on the interview, and me. Sweet! It's entitled interested. Why do I call it interested? 'Cause I'm actually INTERESTED in the people that I'm talking to, and I hope you are interested, too. Some of my guests include Arsenio Hall, Andy Dick, Whitney Cummings, Chris Rock, and more. Going to drop one episode every Monday at 6:00 AM EST. Stay tuned stoners!

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I'm super excited about this week's episode because we're going back to my classic movie, Son in Law.  I sit down with Peter Lenkov, one of the producers and writers.  He was also the executive producer of 24 and created the most recent Hawaii Five-0.  Peter has been a dear friend of mine for years and I'm super proud of all the things he accomplished in the business.  He's a hard worker and he gets shit done.

I'm super, super honored and excited because my agent at WME, Adam Venit, does the commentary on Peter's interview.  Adam Venit is such a super star agent in his own right, representing such talents as Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler, Sylvester Stallone, and many, many others, including myself.  Adam and I listened to Peter's interview in his office at WME in Beverly Hills.  We all talked about how we started working together and how Son in Law came about.  We also discuss in length my new documentary, Pauly Shore Stands Alone.  So sit back and enjoy the inside of the inside of the entertainment business, and she how shit was done back in the day.  And if you haven't checked out Pauly Shore Stands Alone on Showtime, please check it out.  It's playing all this month.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_014.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 2:44pm EDT

I sit down with one of the best living comics, Chris Rock. A legend for his comedy specials
and his show on HBO, movies like "Pootie Tang" and "Grown Ups". Chris talks about living
in the Sopranos house, Eddie Murphy around the corner, what it was like coming up in comedy and his new flick "Top 5".

Commentary on this episode is the one one and only Tommy "Cat" Davidson of break-out sketch comedy show, "In Living Color". He shares what it was like starting out with Rock, how Mitzi knows best and showing up for gigs wearing two different shoes.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_013.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 2:19pm EDT

Pauly interviews an old friend and fellow comedian Bobby Lee. Commenting on the interview are comedians Ian Edwards and Ari Shaffir.

Bobby Lee is known for his residency on MadTV and from roles in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, The Dictator, Pineapple Express, and more recently a few episodes of FX's The League.

Ari Shaffir wrote and starred in 2013's InAPPropriate Comedy, and hosts the popular podcast Skeptic Tank. His new comedy special will air on Comedy Central in 2015.

Ian Edwards, along with the others, is a Comedy Store regular, has been featured in several Comedy specials, and has written for numerous comedy shorts, specials, and television shows.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_012.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Pauly interviews author and senior congressional correspondent for the Huffington Post, Ryan Grim, whom you may recognize from MSNBC.

Commenting on this interview is Ari Shaffir, comedian and host of the Skeptic Tank podcast. He has known Pauly for years, as a regular at the Comedy Store, and soon can be seen on his hour long special he just recorded for Comedy Central.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_011.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Pauly interviews Kitty Bruce, the daughter of comedian Lenny Bruce.
Commenting on the interview is Pauly's long time friend, comedian and host of the WTF Podcast, Marc Maron.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_010.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

This is the continuation of last week's podcast - In this episode I interview the very funny Blue Collar Comic, Larry the Cable Guy. He is commonly connected with his stereotypical redneck appearance, thick Southern accent, and trademark catch phrase, "Git-R-Done".


Commenting on this interview is Carrot Top. What most people don't know that links these two together is that they both started doing stand-up at the same time in Florida. His act can be seen in his Las Vegas show at the Luxor Hotel.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_009.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this episode I interview the very funny Blue Collar Comic, Larry the Cable Guy. He is commonly connected with his stereotypical redneck appearance, thick Southern accent, and trademark catch phrase, "Git-R-Done".


Commenting on this interview is Carrot Top. What most people don't know that links these two together is that they both started doing stand-up at the same time in Florida. His act can be seen in his Las Vegas show at the Luxor Hotel.


This is part 1 of a two-part episode. Part 2 will be available next Wednesday 11/5/14.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_008.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Joan Dangerfield is the widow of Rodney Dangerfield; one of the most famous comedians of all time. We talk Rodney, their marriage, and her experiences with him. She was married to Rodney from 1993 until he passed in October 2004 of complications from a surgery he received earlier that year.


Andrew "Dice" Clay, another infamous stand-up comic, comments on the interview. Dice got his break on Rodney's 1988 stand-up comedy special "Nothing Goes Right", which led him to his first HBO special. Dice was the first comic to sell out the Madison Square Garden on back to back nights. He recently starred in Woody Allen's film "Blue Jasmine".

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_007.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Pauly interviews his fellow MTV VJ, the London based "Downtown" Julie Brown.

Commenting on the episode with Pauly is another former MTV VJ, Simon Rex. Simon is also well known by his rapping name Dirt Nasty. He has appeared in dozens of movies since MTV, including the popular Scary Movie franchise.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_006.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

This is a great episode for all you entertainment and comedy buffs out there. I interview my dad, Sammy Shore, and learn about the history of the Comedy Store and his past in comedy. He opened for Elvis back in the day.

Commenting on this episode is my dad's old friend Rudy DeLuca - who opened the Store with him back in the 70's. He's best known for his work with the legendary Mel Brooks.

Direct download: Pauly_Shores_Interested_Ep_005.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 6:00am EDT