Podcast personalities, Nuzzy & Guy bring you a show that's more than just "Decently Funny". David "Nuzzy" Nussbaum, a regular on SiriusXM's Howard Stern Show's SFRT, also the produces podcasts for wild man Andy Dick, Amerca's Favorite Houseguest Kato Kaelin, Saturday Night Live's Jeff Richards, comedian April Macie and many others. Guy "The Guy" Opochinski has made his share of radio appearances as well including SiriusXM's SFRT, The Single Life, Nothing But Show and more. "Decently Funny" is a weekly show where celebrities from all walks of life get interviewed by the boys right from Nuzzy's Hollywood, CA apartment. These guests include actors, musicians, athletes, comedians, reality stars, pop culture icons, television writers and twitter personalities. Check out their show for yourself at DecentlyFunny.com, "Decently Funny" on itunes/stitcher and follow their antics on twitter @theNuzzy & @theguydf.
Title: Jason Ritter: Naked Gamer
Description: Jason Ritter (Parenthood, The Event, Joan of Arcadia) is an Emmy nominated actor and the son of a comedy legend. For his 2nd Decently Funny appearance, we ask Jason about his famous dad John Ritter, where the worst place to be recognized is, what it's like to play video games naked, and what's his relationship with Krysten Ritter (The B in Apartment 23, Breaking Bad). Jason also plays our Decently Funny game called "Play it Forward" where he has to match answers with last week's guest, Jay Mewes (Clerks, Chasing Amy, SModcast). Also on the show, Rachel Butera (Howard Stern Show) professes her love for Jason, Nuzzy reveals an embarrassing fact about himself and Gary tells us why he showed up to the podcast in an arm sling. Enjoy the show.
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