It’s the second day of the week and these ladies are ready to take the trash out. In this week’s episode of Trash Tuesday with Annie Lederman, Esther Povitsky, and Khalyla Kuhn, the group is joined by comedy’s newest rockstar HBO Max’s FBoys Island Nikki Glaser.
Glaser and the girls share their hilarious stories and thoughts on various topics including mental health, age differences in relationships, short vacations, their men with other women, and so much more.
Meet Trash Tuesday Cast:
Annie Lederman (@annielederman):
A comedian, writer, and entertainment personality, Annie Lederman played the voice of Cheryl alongside JB Smoove in GRAND THEFT AUTO V. Her story on Comedy Central’s THIS IS NOT HAPPENING has over 1.8 million views. She was a cast member on MTV’s GIRL CODE, a regular panelist @MIDNIGHT, CHELSEA LATELY, COMEDY KNOCKOUT, and featured on THE SOUP INVESTIGATES, and ADAM DEVINE’S HOUSE PARTY. Annie played Ron Livingston’s wife in the Sundance darling, THE LONG DUMB ROAD as well as guest starring roles on TruTV’s THOSE WHO CAN’T and ADAM RUIN’S EVERYTHING. She starred in WE HAVE ISSUES, a pop-culture talk show on E! with co-host Julian McCullough. In addition, Annie starred and wrote, STAND UPS, a scripted Comedy Central pilot, produced by Dan Powell (co-creator of INSIDE AMY SCHUMER). She also wrote for IMPRACTICAL JOKERS and Fuse’s animated/ live-action series SUGAR AND TOYS. She is a paid regular at The Comedy Store and tours worldwide as a stand-up comedian. You can hear her never stop talking on her podcast, Meanspiration. on the All Things Comedy network.
Esther Povitsky (@esthermonster):
Also known as “Little Esther,” Povitsky is an American actress, comedian, writer, and producer living in Los Angeles, California. She is the co-creator and star of the comedy series Alone Together. Povitsky moved to Los Angeles to pursue stand-up comedy and acting full-time after attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She studied comedy at iO Chicago, The Second City, and The Groundlings. She frequently performs stand-up comedy at venues throughout Los Angeles, California, including The Comedy Store, The Ice House, and The Improv. She played Maya on the critically acclaimed series Crazy Ex Girlfriend. Other recent television appearances include Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Love, and Parks and Recreation. Povitsky also survived several rounds of 2015’s Last Comic Standing (season 9), drawing praise from judge Roseanne Barr in particular. Povitsky was the first female guest to appear on The Joe Rogan Experience, after which she began podcasting with DEATHSQUAD regularly. Povitsky currently stars as Izzy in Hulu’s Dollface and her debut comedy special Hot for My Name can be seen on Comedy Central
Khalyla Kuhn (@khalamityk):
A famous youtuber with a mysterious backstory, Kuhn worked as a private tutor, teaching microbiology, physiology and anatomy. At one point in time she also worked as a waitress. Khun became famous after her relationship with comedian Bobby Lee was made public. After being admitted to the hospitial for a heart condition, Khalyla decided to launch the now famous TigerBelly podcast with Lee. The podcast focuses on the issues of the Asian American community – the hosts discuss various subjects such as the entertainment industry, adolescence, sexuality, ethnicity, racism, and politics. Currently, Tiger Belly Podcast has more than 56 million YouTube viewers and over 300,000 subscribers.
Nikki Glaser (@nikkiglaser):
One of the funniest female voices in comedy today. For over a decade at clubs across the country, and as the host of three hit podcasts, Glaser has been honing her shockingly- honest, no-holds barred style of comedy. In addition to her shows, Nikki has multiple stand-up specials and late-night tv appearances in which she jokes about her most humiliating moments as a woman in the modern world. Nikki’s past and current struggles with anorexia, depression, and anxiety are fair game in both her stand-up and in in-depth interviews like WTF with Marc Maron and JRE with Joe Rogan. Glaser has become a complete open book on mic – and not just for the laughs; she’s also adamant on being the voice for women that she yearned for as a young, confused, adolescent herself.