I'm Still Right

with Luke Kelly-Clyne

From blowouts about overnight bags to decades-long squabbles over whether or not Michael Jordan is a garbage person, people have some pretty crazy fights, and I'm Still Right is about exploring them in depth. Each week, writer/comedian Luke Kelly-Clyne hosts two friends, lovers, or family members with an ax to grind.

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    Alana Johnston (Comedy Bang Bang!, I Want My Phone Back) returns to the show, joined by Norm Sousa (Patriot, The Jon Dore Television Show) for a very special Valentine's Day episode...about the merits and demerits of pro wrestling. Later, the duo discusses a lovers retreat turned true nightmare vacation and Kay Jewelers commercials finally get their comeuppance. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Liza Treyger (The Degenerates, Late Night with Seth Meyers) and Julia Olson visit Jon and Luke's pal's NYC studio for a deep and pretty high (on Liza and Luke's part) dive into spending money vs. saving. Later, Julia laments her days as a conservative Swedish Christian and Liza goes after Offset and anyone who smokes on a plane. Also, people who mock extroverts via Instagram meme get some shade. Watch Liza's half hour on Netflix's THE DEGENERATES and follow her on @glittercheeseListen to Julia's podcast “Not the Mama with Auntie Julia” and follow the show @notthemamamediaExecutive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    In our final episode of 2018, we look back at 5 times this year's guests were most wrong. Featuring clips from Zack Bornstein describing a mistaken strangling, Maribeth Monroe recounting a horrifying weed experience, Adam Conover leading us to the root of his trust issues, and so much more. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Luke welcomes Bad Reception co-creators Justin Michael (Buddy Thunderstruck, Adam Ruins Everything) and Eric Martin to the studio for an epic throwdown over whether or not it's insane that Eric has the "read receipt" function enabled on his texts. Is he making life more difficult than it needs to be, or should he be celebrated as a crusader for upholding honesty and truth in our unwritten social contract? Later, Eric explains how the time he was most wrong got him fired movie trailer narration job, and Justin has some choice words for people who hate on L.A. Check out Bad Reception on Audible (https://www.audible.com/pd/Bad-Reception-Audiobook/B07FK3WRFJ)!Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    In our 75th episode, Ryan Williams (The Late Late Show with James Corden) and Jon Gabrus (Big Mouth, Hot Date) return in an attempt to settle our Tom v. Tom challenge once and for all and definitively answer the question: which actor has a better catalogue--Tom Hanks or Tom Cruise? It's an all-out war, with a conclusion you'll never see coming. Tom and Tom? We hope you're listening on a bench, or while dangling from a helicopter. This. Is. 75. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Laci Mosley (Insecure, The Wedding Year) joins Luke in studio to argue over whether Omarosa Manigault Newman is evil or a genius (or both?). Later, the two discuss how all men are hoes, and uncover a plot by the city of Los Angeles to ruin Laci through thousands of dollars in parking tickets. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Fresh off Netflix's The Mortified Guide, Executive Producers David Nadelberg and Mike Mayer visit the I'm Still Right studio to argue about whether or not it's ever okay to read another person's diary. Later, the group discusses LA's worst office space, the merits of a the movie Gattaca, and the nightmare that is an Amazon third-party sellerThis month's episode is sponsored by Quip. Quip starts at just $25 and, if you go to GETQUIP.COM/right right now, you’ll get your first refill pack FREE with a QUIP electric toothbrush.Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Josh Patten (SNL) and Mike Scollins (Late Night with Seth Meyers) saunter in to the New York studio for a very special episode about Josh's habit of reading and watching re-caps of zeitgeisty TV shows so that he can be part of a cultural conversation without actually watching the show. Mike is infuriated by this. Later, the three men discuss how to properly pee: an analysis in three parts. This month's episode is sponsored by Quip. Quip starts at just $25 and, if you go to GETQUIP.COM/right right now, you’ll get your first refill pack FREE with a QUIP electric toothbrush.Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Chase Mitchell (The Tonight Show, Hilarity for Charity) and Adam Conover (Adam Ruins Everything) face off in a scorcher about airline seat etiquette, all inspired by a "near death" experience Chase had sitting behind a jerk. Later, Adam gives us insight into his biggest research blunder and Chase comes at his upstairs neighbors. This month's episode is sponsored by Quip. Quip starts at just $25 and, if you go to GETQUIP.COM/right right now, you’ll get your first refill pack FREE with a QUIP electric toothbrush.Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by: Graham WallaceMusic by: Doug DeLuca

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    In our 70th episode, Maribeth Monroe (Workaholics, Jumanji) is joined by her husband, Andy Cobb (Second City) to rehash the age-old dishwasher argument: "How much do you clean a dish before putting it in the dishwasher?" It's a near marriage-ender. Later, Maribeth recounts a horrific experience with weed, and Andy tells us how and why he became Ralph Nader's "right hand man." Oh, and also, they're pregnant! This week's episode is sponsored by Quip. Quip starts at just $25 and, if you go to GETQUIP.COM/right right now, you’ll get your first refill pack FREE with a QUIP electric toothbrush.Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by: Graham WallaceTheme Song by: Doug DeLuca

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    In our first-ever episode about concussions featuring not one but two Zachs, Zach Broussard (Adam Ruins Everything, Friends of the People) and Zach Sims (MTV, Comedy Central) butt heads over the state of modern football. Later, Zach B. discusses his love-affair with one of the worst films of all time and Zach S. takes us through his sordid odyssey with Christian rock. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Hannah Pilkes (Sorry Not Sorry) and Chloe Fineman (Mozart in the Jungle, Grown-ish) visit the studio to argue about whether it's wrong to have "a type." Next, Hannah recounts a horrifying run-in with the "IRS" and Chloe shares a compelling tale of markers and butts. Later: Hannah has it out with a furious pregnant plane lady, and the whole group decides they can't stand the phrase "love on." This week’s episode brought to you by Blue Apron. Go to BlueApron.com/RIGHT to check out this week’s menu and get your first THREE meals FREE—WITH FREE SHIPPING. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Should celebrities speak up about social issues or stick to what they know? Celeste Ballard (Wrecked, Sweet/Vicious) and Broti Gupta (Friends From College) visit Luke in studio to argue the merits--and atrocities--of celebrity activism. Later, Broti recounts the time she was most wrong (hint: it has to do with thinking Bill Cosby's the perfect dad), and the group paints a difficult-to-forget hypothetical scene of actor and activist Matt McGorry vomiting nude in Broti's passenger seat. This week’s episode brought to you by Blue Apron. Go to BlueApron.com/RIGHT to check out this week’s menu and get your first THREE meals FREE—WITH FREE SHIPPING. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    Zack Bornstein (SNL) and Alex Garland (Mozart in the Jungle) visit the studio to rehash an argument over interior decorating that's just about the size of a large bronzed cat reading what looks to be a Koran. Later, Zack kicks off an all-new segment, When I Was Most Wrong, with a tale of near-murder in a coffee shop, and Alex struggles to understand Costco's appeal. This week’s episode brought to you by Blue Apron. Go to BlueApron.com/RIGHT to check out this week’s menu and get your first THREE meals FREE—WITH FREE SHIPPING. Executive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceMusic by Doug DeLuca

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    No Joke podcast hosts Adam Lustick and Billy Scafuri make a triumphant return to I'm Still Right, kicking off our brand new once-per-month schedule with an argument that pits Larry David against Jerry Seinfeld. Later, the group tackles another doozy: "a capella: cool or not?" and Billy schools Luke and Adam on the future of cryptocurrency. This episode is brought to you by Blue Apron. Go to BlueApron.com/RIGHT to check out this week’s menu and get your first THREE meals FREE—WITH FREE SHIPPINGExecutive Producer: Jon PerryLogo by Graham WallaceTheme Song by Doug DeLuca