Comedians Chris Fairbanks and Karen Kilgariff shuttle their guests to or from the airport, somewhat dangerously, in a mobile sound studio (a car).
Welcome to “Do You Need a Ride?” In their first episode, Karen and Chris take the Honda to Burbank Airport. Along the way, they confront past traumas, scream at traffic, roast Bob Hope, uncover a medievaly themed pedophile ring, trail The Rock in his Lambo, and try their best to bring anyone willing, back home in one piece.
Next episode, guest Rob Delaney
Rob Delaney hops into the Honda at LAX after a tour of collages and theaters. We discuss his book, addiction, car accidents, and that time Chris was a dick to him that he couldn't remember because he (Chris) was probably drunk. Then we drop by his mysterious bank, and ultimately, bring him home to his family. The sound of Rob's soothing voice makes any driver feel safe.
If any of this sounds weird it's because I have a fever.
Comedian Baron Vaughn gets a ride home from LAX at night.
Join us with guest Myq Kaplan as we embark on a virtually breathless, manic word cruise where language becomes mathematics, and Myq tries to push his ayahuasca agenda onto our clean lifestyles.
Good Lord...It's f#%king 4:30am. But comedian Ian Karmel is flying to the open arms of his lady friend in Portland, and it's our job getting him to that airplane! On the way, we talk to the Chelsea Lately starlet about possibly upsetting the anti-defamation league, address the subliminal suggestions of soft spoken NPR hosts, swap dueling Shel Silverstein's aunt impressions, and then witness a kidnapping getaway as we enter LAX. But we get him there safe, saving his relationship.
Comedian James Adomian
Episode 7- Chris and Karen take a delightful early morning ride with hilarious comedian/Guy Code star/Antiques Roadshow nerd Julian McCullough. Visit http://julianmccullough.com/ for upcoming tour dates and printable headshots.
"Welcome to another D.Y.N.A.R! (honk!, honk!) In this episode, at a more reasonable mid-day hour, Karen and Chris grab Boston’s most hilarious '9/11 truther', Greg Fitzsimmons, at LAX. Visit www.gregfitzsimmons.com for upcoming tour dates, printable headshots, beer coozies, and to listen to FitzDog Radio."
Last night, Chris Fairbanks and guest Henry Phillips, picked up co-host Karen Kilgariff for her show in downtown Los Angeles. So for a second, Henry was the co-host, then transformed into the guest once Karen boarded the Honda. It's very futuristic and confusing. From there, they head to an art gallery comedy show with bad acoustics and an awkward host and Karen and Henry both do a song or two. Then we drive home, and reflect...and maybe do some good old fashion shit talking. Enjoy!