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39 Min Released Apr 12, 2016

Keeping Comedy Honest With Jerrod Carmichael (Plus: A Shocking Farewell on "The Americans")

Comedian Jerrod Carmichael joins Gazelle and Matt in-studio to talk about his writing process and jazz inspirations as the creator and star of "The Carmichael Show" on NBC. Plus: "The Americans" showrunners Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg return to talk about the shocking death in episode 4 of the FX series' fourth season.

Do NOT listen to this episode if you haven't watched season 4, episode 4 of "The Americans."

The Vulture TV Podcast

The Vulture TV Podcast

TV talk from New York Magazine's Vulture blog

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