Hello, I am Andrea Savage (I’m Sorry, VEEP, Stepbrothers) and I have always dreaded the idea of being a “grown up.” I’ll be honest, it just sounded so f—king lame. But now I find myself a relatively together lady who is technically a grown person; I pay bills, I use an alarm clock, I’ve kept another human alive for a decade, but I also still like to giggle about anuses and tell dirty jokes. I like to say “I’m nuanced.” And I know I am not alone. So let’s take back the night! This is the comedy podcast that every week is going to introduce another weird, hilarious, unique “grown up” celebrity guest to prove that even though you are technically an “adult”, you don’t have to be a total loser. Subscribe now and join the #buttholerevolution.
Actor and comedy legend Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond, Men of a Certain Age, The Irishman) joins Andrea for the season one finale of Andrea Savage: a Grown-Up Woman #buttholes. Andrea talks to Ray about his use of “mind bets” to punish himself for bad golf rounds and how people are reacting to suddenly finding him hot. Plus, they realize they both adore would-you-rathers and play a few doozies. Also, Andrea and Tony look back on a their first season and give each other heartfelt compliments with full eye contact.
Bitch Sesh podcasters, comedic actresses, writers and producers Casey Wilson (Black Monday, Happy Endings) and Danielle Schneider (The Hotwives of Las Vegas & Orlando, I’m Sorry) join Andrea for the second to last episode in season one of Andrea Savage: A Grown Up Woman #buttholes. In this episode, the ladies are forced to choose which Real Housewives husband they would select upon the untimely death of their current spouses, discuss some of the glory of their first jobs and answer questions to see how well they actually know each other. Plus, Andrea and Tony have to answer trivia about each other to see if they are now indeed friends.
American actress and comedian Kaitlin Olson (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Mick, Flipped) joins Andrea for Episode 18 of Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes. After considering dubious current dating trends, they discuss the level of support Andrea should expect from Kaitlin if she becomes a “crop top person”, and decide who among Sweet Dee’s sexual conquests would make a good throuple with Kaitlin and her husband Rob. Plus, Andrea and Tony get to know each other for the last time of the season!
American comedy multi-hyphenate Paul Scheer ( Black Monday, The League, How Did This Get Made, I’m Sorry) joins Andrea for Episode 17 of Andrea Savage: a Grown-Up Woman #buttholes. Paul introduces Andrea to an unorthodox massage technique for the lower body area, they recall their amazing and insane experience on Celebrity Family Feud with Steve Harvey, and they play a special rendition of The Newlywed Game, even though they are 100% married to other people. Plus, Andrea and Tony answer emails from fans of the podcast!
American comedian and podcast pioneer Jimmy Pardo (Never Not Funny) joins Andrea for Episode 16 of Andrea Savage: a Grown-Up Woman #buttholes. Andrea and Jimmy harass each other, hear about Jimmy being cut from a major motion picture and play some Would You Rather’s that they may regret more than Pardo’s 80’s mullet. Plus, Andrea and Tony enjoy a compilation of how fans say the word “buttholes."
American comedic actress Angela Kinsey (The Office, Haters Back Off, Office Ladies Podcast) joins Andrea for Episode 15 of Andrea Savage: a Grown-Up Woman #buttholes. Angela and Andrea relive the world’s most awkward nude interview, play a few games, and Angela makes a case for why Game of Thrones’s Cersei would take Jim Halpert as a lover.Plus, Andrea’s mom returns to set the record straight about a family story.
American improvisational comedian, actor, and producer Joe Gatto (Impractical Jokers, The Misery Index) joins Andrea for Episode 14 of Andrea Savage: A Grown-up Woman #buttholes. Joe and Andrea talk their truTV friendship and Joe’s Nordstrom glory days. Joe also regales Andrea with stories of how he was mistaken for Steve Carrell and how he told a older woman to go f**k herself. Plus, Andrea catches up with Tony who’s back from touring with his band.
American actress and comedian D’Arcy Carden (The Good Place, Barry, Broad City) and Andrea take exciting first steps to becoming real-life adult friends by meeting out of industry formalwear and in a decrepit Valley landmark. Andrea makes a strong first move by treating D’Arcy to a photo of her dog’s penis before they dive into D’Arcy’s early credits, discuss the pros and cons of only referring to yourself in the third person during sex, and talk about how adulthood measures up to childhood expectations. Later, Andrea tries to replicate her friend-making success with Tony and… it’s a work in progress.
The one and only actress, director and author Judy Greer (Halloween, The Descendants, I’m Sorry) always lights up a room and this time is no exception! Judy sits down with Andrea and ranks her top kissing scene partners (Clooney, you didn’t make the cut. Keep trying?), explains her vacation new dress theory, and reveals a shockingly persuasive pitch for why you might be a robot. Plus, Andrea and Tony continue to try and become actual friends.
American actor Paul Rudd (Ant Man, Living With Yourself, Anchorman) continues chatting with Andrea and they revisit Paul’s early job of glazing hams and possibly Hamms. Paul also reveals his unfortunate first foray into writing poetry and his natural hair texture. Both things are upsetting, and yet, he still is charming as hell. It’s very annoying. Plus, Andrea and Tony discuss their 2020 New Year’s resolutions.
Actor Paul Rudd (Ant Man, Living With Yourself, Anchorman) sits down with Andrea for Part One of 2 episodes. In this first episode, Andrea unsuccessfully attempts to portray Paul as not charming or appealing. He wins that battle. Paul and Andrea also come to an agreement on how they first met and what it would take to make Paul turn on her. Plus, Andrea’s mom returns to the podcast for for a special mother edition of Would You Rather and FMK.
On the eve of her 90th birthday, iconic Academy Award nominated actress June Squibb (Nebraska, About Schmidt, I’m Sorry) joins Andrea to talk about her missed orgy opportunity, her early days as a book cover model and to share some wisdom about growing up without losing who you are. They also take a caller who is concerned about saggy balls and dating men over 40. Plus, Andrea and Tony play Two Truths and A Lie and learn some surprising facts about each other, including some behind the scenes info on the cult classic Dog Bites Man.
American sports journalist Rich Eisen (The Rich Eisen Show, NFL Total Access, I’m Sorry) explains how his family times little things like milestone events and childbirth around the NFL season. He takes Andrea through the highlights of his short-lived comedy career and they trade tales of getting in fights with dads. Andrea challenges him to a game of FMK: NFL Edition and they pick a new husband for Rich's wife after his death. Plus, Andrea and Tony bond over smells. **Announcement: We will now be releasing episodes biweekly, so our next episode will drop December 2nd!**
Actress and author June Diane Raphael (Grace and Frankie, The Long Shot, How Did This Get Made podcast) doesn't think a woman needs to be attractive for her bathroom to be treated with respect. Andrea pushes June on how solid their friendship really is and together they revisit a life-changing hot tub conversation about motherhood and working in Hollywood. Plus, Andrea and Tony answer listener’s questions and Tony reveals how he lost his virginity.
Golden Globe nominated actress Alison Brie (GLOW, Community, Sleeping With Other People) resonates with the word butthole, much to Andrea's delight. Andrea and Ali discuss their overly realistic sex dreams. Andrea questions Ali about her involvement with a childhood ad for edible wieners and they talk about Ali's audition process for Community and Mad Men.
Grammy award-winning musician Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park, Fort Minor) does not live up to Andrea's idea of what a rockstar should be and Mike andAndrea recount a story from years ago that ended up as a storyline for her truTV show, I’M SORRY.Andrea also tells the story of the first time she met Mike and what she thought he did for a living. Plus, Andrea's mom comes back to chat.
Recently Emmy nominated for her portrayal of Gypsy Rose in Hulu’s "The Act", Joey King (The Kissing Booth, Summer ’03, Ramona) is asked to choose between her own fictional characters who she would like to Marry, Make Love and Murder. She and Andrea talk about a stranger insisting Joey is actually Chloe Grace Moretz and Joey's love of cannolis. Plus, Joey shares with Andrea what it was like growing up as a child actor and how she got the role of Gypsy Rose. Andrea and Tony also get quizzed about the most popular Halloween candies.
Actor Jon Hamm (Mad Men, The Town, Million Dollar Arm) mortifies Andrea when he reads aloud an excerpt from her high school journal, which details the night she lost her virginity. Andrea reveals her first impressions meeting Hamm years ago, and Hamm answers a question regarding a specifically placed tattoo. Andrea and Hamm also talk about their thoughts swimming nude. Plus, Andrea and Tony Thaxton further their budding friendship in a segment called "Andrea and Tony Get To Know Each Other."
Comedian, podcaster, actor, author and TV host Chris Hardwick (Talking Dead, Id10t, @midnight) gets questioned by Andrea over his Hearst Castle weekend guest list. Chris makes a decision about wearing a stranger's underwear and Andrea won’t let him forget that they used to have intercourse. In a surprising turn of events, Andrea surprises Chris with a visit from her mom and Jon Hamm shows up 3 hours early for his podcast recording.