That's Deep Bro
Christina P. is a comedian with a BA in Philosophy who loves getting deep on all sorts of subjects - cults, buddhism, the meaning of life, music, relationships, parenting, pop culture and farts. TDB covers all the topics you never talk about in every day life - but should. Quit your job, turn off the TV, join an ashram. Let's get weird. It's time for That's Deep Bro.

My mind is a horrible jerk who only wants me to be miserable. This week I put the Surrender Experiment to the test with a visit from my dad. How did it go? Also, a listener asks about how I decided to have a kid. Believe it or not, I remember the exact moment I decided to and it involves llamas. Let's get super deep on it all, bros.

Direct download: mymindisanasshole.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

I reveal the secrets of enlightenment and how I had a spiritual experience at Nieman Marcus. I'm half way thru super hippie Michael Singer's book "The Surrender Experiment" and I fucking loooooove it. Also, how disappointing your parents is part of the fun of adulthood! In addition to that, what are some essentials necessary for adult life? And just a splash of David Hume. Big episode. Maximum deeeeepnessssss.

Direct download: whereeveryugomp3.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

Do you have regrets? Of course you do! Stop flogging yourself. Here's how. Also, what are the top regrets of the dying? Is it that they wish they had worked more? Probably Not. Let's get deep on it, bros. 

Direct download: regretfinal.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

The hilarious Eleanor Kerrigan joins me and we discuss her childhood growing up among 10 siblings, her life at the Comedy Store, depression and the fear of becoming your parents. She's hilarious and honest and I know you will love her as much as I do. Enjoy!

Direct download: eleanorkerrigan.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 9:05am PDT

Remember when people looked like people? I got into Patti Smith on my hiatus from That's Deep Bro and went on a freedom odyssey that lead me to the big, black dongs of Robert Mapplethorpe. What can we learn from big dongs, crooked teeth and the 70's? That maybe you can invent who are you are and stop worrying so much about conforming. Freedom! 

Direct download: pattismithtdb.mp3
Category:comedy -- posted at: 11:37am PDT

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