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Kaizen Komedy

Jun 4, 2019

This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the very unique James Acaster. Acaster has an absurd long form approach to minute subjects. He has very passionate opinions on subjects and uses repetition to amplify these bizarrely strong views. He even takes an exaggerated approach to physicality, which enables his grievances to come...


May 14, 2019

This episode of the Kaizen Komedy podcast focuses on the hilariously foul-mouthed and much beloved Big Jay Oakerson. Oakerson is fueled by crowd work and well-written, intelligent, filthy bits focused on his life and how he interacts with his family, and he uses both to get crowds rolling and deeply involved in his...


May 8, 2019

This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at the work of Sebastian Maniscalco. Maniscalco is the one of the most energized and physical comics Kaizen has looked at yet. He often uses contrasting to emphasize aspects of his Italian upbringing against the norms of others. His material is very relatable and performed...


Apr 17, 2019

This episode, the Kaizen Crew takes a look at Netflix's Comedians of the World series and picks out three comics they want to analyze a bit further. Those comics are:

Joel Creasey

Ivan Decker

DeAnne Smith

Check these comedians out and let us know who else you'd like us to analyze by writing us at:...


Apr 9, 2019

This week, Kaizen Komedy looks at Ray Romano. He is a master at finding humor in the minutiae of every day life. From the perspective of a husband and a father, Romano uses minimal tonal shifts to help act out dialogue that he’s had with his family. He targets in on specific situations he’s been in with them,...