Wits is a conversation, comedy, songs and surprises, hosted by John Moe. Recorded live at the Fitzgerald Theater, Wits brings together world-class comedians, actors and musicians for a night they – and the audience – will never forget.
On this week's Wits, Zach Galifianakis reveals his secret ambitions, Ed Helms plays one of his original songs, Anna Kendrick becomes Beccany, co-owner of a very different kind of casino, and Sara Watkins and Dan Wilson knock out the crowd with their beautiful harmonies.
Comedian Kumail Nanjiani talks about his first time in America, his HBO show Silicon Valley, and his love for video games. And we hear music from singer/songwriter Valerie June, who tells us how sometimes songs come to her in different voices.
On this week’s show, comedian Kumail Nanjiani talks about his first time in America, his HBO show Silicon Valley, and his love for video games. He also gets pretty freaked out about a potato in a conference room. And we hear music from singer/songwriter Valerie June, who tells us how sometimes songs come to her in different voices. Plus, an installment of Cop Squadron!
From Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, Keegan-Michael Key performs a one-star Amazon review of Dixon Ticonderoga #2 pencils, Ellie Kemper learns Spanish from a Tom Waits cassette, and more.
Actor Steven Yeun talks about how his character Glenn from The Walking Dead keeps his spirits up amid a zombie apocalypse. Plus, rock band Motion City Soundtrack debuts a song written specifically for Glenn and tells us where Motion City is actually located.
Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me! host Peter Sagal sings, comedian Paul F. Tompkins reads one-star Amazon reviews (and also sings), and art-rapper Open Mike Eagle offers chilling insight on the Happy Birthday song. He sings as well.