[Contains explicit content] As an American living in London, host Rob Delaney (Catastrophe) has had to answer a lot of questions about the USA. Are Americans really lacking in culture? What's up with all the guns? Why is everything so big? On this episode of Sounds Like America, Rob and his fellow globe-trotting comedians share experiences from traveling abroad, with a focus on how Americans are perceived from overseas. We also hear everyday people share their impressions of American stereotypes, as well as what America has to offer. But it's mostly comedians, because it's always better to laugh than to cry.
The comedy in this episode was recorded at live venues all around the country. You heard from Moshe Kasher, Keith Alberstadt, Alex Edelman, Sean Patton, Chris Weir, Gabe Biel, James Adomian, Zoltan Kaszas, Irish Dave, Alex Holland, Dwayne Perkins, Francesca Fiorentini, Abhay Nadkarni and Mike Kadir.
You also heard interviews with comedians Dwayne Perkins, Leanne Morgan, Francesca Fiorentini, Jim Short, Abhay Nadkarni, and Nick Dixon, as well as fashion blogger Garance Doré.
Cosa pensano gli ascoltatori di Ep. 18: America from Abroad with Rob Delaney
- Barry pubs dogs and jiving
Why the 'background' drum machine?
They're probably great stories but I had to give up as they drowned them in background clutter. Loud background clutter. Why ruin your work with drum machines? Such a pity.