In this episode, Jordon sat down with fellow comedian and native Brooklynite Beth Maria to talk about what her process has been following thea death of her best friend Alex to suicide.
Beth reminds us that it is never just the immediate family that feels the pain of losing a loved one, even whilst having internal debates with one's self about whether or not it's ok to feel grief when you're "just a friend."
Her final thoughts on the matter of suicide and depression are quite poignant and worth taking to heart.
In this episode, Jordon sits down with Comedian and Actor Angelo Lozada!
A veteran of the NYC comedy scene, Angelo talks about the death of his brother David after a long battle with aids, although the conversation also features a lengthy discussion about the loss of a handful of comedians who have died in the past couple years, and the toll that has taken on the comedy communit at large.
Follow Angelo on twitter @AngeloLozada66
Check out his podcast at http://kollidetv.com/watch/get-some
In this episode, Jordon sits down with Comedian Ray Gootz, whose mother and aunt, both of whom he lived with, passed away within a week of each other. This episode was recorded only about a month or so after thier funerals, giving Ray a much closer detailed account of the weeks leading up to his mothers death.
While this episode is heavy at times, Ray ultimately has a positive message about the future and an optimistic outlook for what comes next.
Follow Ray on Twitter @RayGootz