Today on the Tom Kelly Show Podcast: Tom grieves to find out an acquaintance from college has passed away. He then wonders if he should be grieving when he finds that his dead friend was not his Facebook friend.
Tom discusses the TikTok trend . . . “Do men think about the Roman Empire?” Plus did my mom have a friend who lost their dead dog on the Long Island Rail Road? and just to help Tom’s career . . . does Long Island need another accused serial killer?
Should Tom Kelly stop saying “Trigger Warning” in favor of “Content Warning”. Plus . . . Dewanna Bonner is a star in the WNBA. Tom loves saying her name with his Long Island accent. Tom shares a “comedy malfunction” when he asks regular New Yorkers to say her name.
And biggest news! – The Tom Kelly Show is sponsored by SalPino Food Market of Bellmore –
Ryan Zeitz is a stand-up comedian and bipolar mental health advocate based out of Toronto, Ontario. He leads standup comedy classes for people struggling with depression. As a professional comedian Tom Kelly questions the value of such classes as Ryan and Tom discuss whether performing stand up is the cause of depression or the cure.
This is a walk and talk episode filmed with some new toys.
Audio: DJI Mic
Video: iPhone 13 Pro Max with Osmo 6 Selfie Stick Gimbel.
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In this humorous SPEAK talk, comedian Tom Kelly recounts an incredible story from his days as a warm-up comic for “The View” that begs the question, are you being funny or being mean? This talk is extremely topical for what is going on in the comedy and entertainment worlds and it really gets to the heart of the matter in a genuine and humorous way.
We dive into the fascinating journey of her career — from her very first gig in a Johnson and Johnson baby shampoo commercial to becoming a household name on two seasons on Baywatch. Nicole opens up about why she walked away from acting, including her adventure as an ice cream truck owner and how embracing motherhood has redefined her priorities and perspective. We also explore her new documentary that takes a nostalgic look back at ‘Baywatch,’ and like many of us, including host Tom Kelly, Nicole shares her thoughts on navigating what comes next in life.
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Al Martin is the owner of the Broadway Comedy Club and once owned the New York Comedy Club in New York City. Al’s comedy empire rose from the ashes of having his polygraph business destroyed by Federal legislation in the 1990s. Al discusses his new one man show at the Broadway Comedy Club this Saturday September 9th and how adversity lead to his successes. – Plus: Al gives advice for people reinventing their lives, comedians just starting out and of course . . . Tom Kelly.
Tom’s going viral! Only in Southern Nassau County, New York and Massapequa Long Island. His TikTok and Instagram success has made him a “micro influencer” on Long Island. Tom explores the pressure of following your own success when you’re on a good streak. Plus: Why Taylor Swift Will Never Become President. Inside Stories and “Real Person Talent” from Good Morning America’s Tim McGraw concert!
Bob Barker, the iconic host of the long-running game show “The Price is Right,” passed away at the age of 99. Known for his warmth and charm, Barker was a beloved figure in American television for over five decades. He was a passionate animal rights advocate and Tom learns that he asked people to “spay or neuter” their pets NOT spay and neuter. But for all of Barker’s work, perhaps he reminds us of staying home from school and the people who loved us on sick and snow days. Come on down and enjoy this retrospective podcast on Bob Barker’s his life and impact!
Inspired by a quote I heard from Gandhi on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show. “Your biggest accomplishment is holding you back.” Is the biggest thing you’ve done emotionally keeping you from doing the next big thing?