Podcasts | Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show – the planet’s best talk show ain’t on TV

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With no time or language or commercial restrictions to hold it back, KEVIN POLLAK’S CHAT SHOW has blasted off into the stratosphere to become the planet’s best talk show.

KEVIN POLLAK’S CHAT SHOW Jon HammKevin Pollak’s Chat Show, in my humble opinion, is the planet’s best talk show. Since this podcast has no time or language or commercial restrictions, Pollak is free to do and say any damn thing he wants to and he does. To high quality, funny and unique effects.

I’ve gathered some tasty samples of his podcast featuring Jon Hamm, Tom Hanks, Larry David,  Dana Carvey, Alan Arkin and others below.

Pollak is quite a talented stand-up comedian and I’ve enjoyed his act for over 30 years going back to his early days in San Francisco where I used to live.

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show podcast episode – Jon Hamm

Over the past two decades, he has appeared in over fifty films, as well as countless television projects, and has established himself as one of the few stand-up comedians to have a successful dramatic film career. Kevin pollak chat show

You might remember his strong role going head to head with Jack Nicholson in A FEW GOOD MEN.   

Kevin Pollack in a scene from the movie A Few Good Men

Kevin Pollack in a scene from the movie A Few Good Men

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show podcast episode – Tom Hanks

This podcast/talk show thing works as well as an audio podcast as a video podcast. In fact, I rarely watch it, and use it mainly as an audio cast I enjoy in the car or walking the dog. Since it’s the thoughts, ideas and talk that counts here, you rarely need to get your eyes into the act.

Each episode, Kevin has in depth interviews with one or two guests from the entertainment industry. It’s common for the segments to go for one or two hours.

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show podcast episode – Dana Carvey

Another fan, Jake, has some more fine info and observations to point out… KEVIN POLLAK’S CHAT SHOW has no right to work, something its self-effacing host would probably admit to even before that other self-deprecating maverick of talk shows, Craig Ferguson. A no-budget Internet program featuring the comedian and character actor slumped over a Macbook surfing for questions to ask his guests in interviews that routinely stretch past the two-and-a-half-hour mark? It sounds like the stuff of legendary tragedy: half-hubris, half-midlife crisis, all some strange attempt to get the shot at hosting the Tonight Show that every comic wanted and now no one shall ever have again.

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show podcast episode – Larry David

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show podcast episode – Adam Corolla

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show podcast episode – Alan Arkin

Kevin Pollak parodies Christopher Walken