After more than a year’s absence from podcast therapy, comedian and writer (and sometimes an actor) Steven Alan Green returns with a very enlightening and funny (God willing) recorded session with comedian, comedy writer and humorist Mark Miller as the therapist. Listen in as Mark tries to uncover what’s really driving Steven’s motivations to make the world seem logical, his forays into survival and success, including the elusive mystery as to why the tights, as well as how Tom Green’s unavailability nearly stifled the entire project.
“It was an honor and a privilege and fun and just a tad traumatic trying to get to the bottom of what's inside Steven Alan Green’s head. He didn't seem to mind that I have absolutely no legitimate psychological credentials. Although I suppose that's the point with his series.”
- Mark Miller
Mark Miller is a journalist and humorist who has performed stand-up comedy in nightclubs and on TV, written on numerous sit-com staffs, been a humor columnist for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate and a Great Gigs interviewer and humor blogger for The Huffington Post, as well as a journalist for The Jewish Journal. His first book, a collection of his humor essays on dating and romance is “500 Dates: Dispatches From the Front Lines of the Online Dating Wars”.