Dom checks in with Jay Davis about his sex life. Brian Dunkleman talks about his love for Medieval Times and what really happened on American Idol (for the last time: he quit; he wasn't fired!). Dane Cook and Jamie reminisce about Dane's first appearance. And Chris Spencer loves having a son, even if it turns out he's gay.
Brian is best known for co-hosting the first season of American Idol with Ryan Seacrest. He began his stand-up career in 1992 after winning Buffalo's Funniest New Comedian Contest. He's performed at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, on NBC's Late Friday, and on TBS's Very Funny at the Laugh Factory.
Raised in the Boston suburb of Arlington, Dane began honing his craft on the college and comedy-club circuits at the age of 18. A firm believer in connecting personally with his fans, Dane became one of the first comics to develop and maintain his own website. Chris Spencer:
Chris is a L.A. native who began his acting career at age six, starring in a national TV commercial. He earned a B.A. in sociology from UCLA, but decided to continue performing. He's made numerous film and TV appearances, including Jimmy Kimmel Live, BET's Comic View, and the Jamie Foxx Show.
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