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The amazingly talented Scout Durwood is dropping in and we are talking about her new album "Woman of Whimsy." Also, a little about her journey in NY with burlesque and stand up comedy which eventually lead her to make the best of both worlds with this impressive album. Not only is it funny but I’m impressed how good the music is. And you’re not gonna believe it, but she’s also a really sweet awesome person. We talk about being sustainable and environmentally conscious. Which is exhausting and rewarding at the same time. We reminisce on all those documentaries that forced us to be this way. Scout has a great idea about global karma and a way to make people aware of their choices. It is strange how being more aware of this makes you feel like more of a dick, even though you’re actually being less of one. Also, those teenagers who were charged with child porn because they sexted dirty pics to each other. Not sure were we stand on this but we discuss it, and I’m guilty of it… in fact, a large portion of my life story can be told through photos I’ve sexted. So not sure how I feel… other topics are Reality TV, social media, and how hard it is to adopt a dog. Song Excerpts are available on iTunes "Good Night Big Apple" and “Prius” Make sure you download Scout’s whole album it’s hilarious, smart, and her timing is ridiculous.


Scout Durwood is a Los Angeles based chanteuse and comedienne as well as a founding member of Mighty Little Productions. Scout is known for her leading role on the Snoop Dog produced MTV show "Mary + Jane." She has also been a speaker for TED TALKS. Scout is an acclaimed stand-up and cabaret performer, and was recently named one of The Huffington Post’s “20 Burlesque Stars to Know.” Her one woman musical, “Hi, How Can I Help You?” debuted in August 2010 at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was developed thanks to a grant from Brooklyn Arts Exchange. She is a Moth Story Slam Champion, and her work has been featured on “The Mindy Project,” “Justified,” The Howard Stern Show, CBS Radio, The Miss America Pageant, Comix Comedy Club, Gotham, Joe’s Pub, La Mama, Duane Park, Galapagos Art Space among others. She currently resides in Los Angeles and is the host of The Whimsy! Show at The Hollywood Improv.



Episode 60







So many girls, so little time. For my 100th episode I decided that the best way to celebrate was torecord a live episode... but that didn't work out! So my next best thing was to compile all my favorite moments with funny females. Enjoy this look back and some of my best lady-parts. PARTS OF PODCASTS, you perv!

Lolika - Weird Fruit

Michelle Ortiz - Random Bathroom door + LA Subway

Delanie Fischer - Juicing and Dancing

Sara Weinshenk  - You don’t look old, its just bad lighting

Ashley Currie - Stop Dirtying the Sand, Poor People

Melissa Stetten - Contouring vs Real Life

Kelsey Cook - Youtube comments 

Camilla Cleese - Pretty Funny

Amy Schumer - Sexual Positions

Scout Durwood - Staying Focused on your Craft

Episode 100


The girls next door got the hook up. Two best buds, with the best bud. Don’t miss the series premiere Monday, September 5th at 10/9c with an original theme song by Snoop Dogg

From writing/directing team and executive producers Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont (”Can’t Hardly Wait”) and Television 360 (”Game of Thrones”) comes MTV's single camera, half-hour comedy about Jordan (Scout Durwood) and Paige (Jessica Rothe), two twenty-something best friends who run an all-female weed delivery service in Los Angeles. Filled with funny, raw and bizarre adventures, the show explores the uncharted territory as Los Angeles comes out of the Green Closet and gets into high and higher times.

Comedian Scout Durwood teams up with her ukulele to spread a message about the physical, political, and emotional importance of laughter.

Scout is one of six starring cast members on Oxygen’s “Funny Girls,” a docu-series following the lives of six female stand up comedians. After years of working as a cabaret singer in New York City, Scout relocated to Los Angeles in 2012 to work full time as a stand up comedienne. She was recently was recently named one of The Huffington Post’s “20 Burlesque Stars to Know,” as well as Funny Not Slutty’s “10 Women Who Rock Comedy” and Stand Up Talk’s “Five Awesome Women’s Musical Comedy Acts.” This spring, Scout released her debut comedy album, “Woman of Whimsy.” She has been featured as a comedian on, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Chicago Women’s Funny Festival, After Ellen, Nylon, XFinity, CBS Radio, The Mindy Project, and is a proud Moth Storyslam champion. She stars in the webseries Who Will She Kill Next with Heather Anne Campbell, and is the host of Truth or Dare, a monthly comedy show at Bar Lubitch in LA.

Paige and Jordan are starting to feel the effects of the special weed lube.

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