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This week, Eli is joined by Julian McCullough (comedian, host of the Your Two Dads Podcast) for an incredible conversation about lying to yourself. Julian talks about events in his life he thought he had dealt with but didn't. They talk about the power of denial, healing, and extending yourself the same compassion and forgiveness given to others. F…
 
This week, Eli is joined by comedian, friend, and fellow AMC A-List subscriber Zach Noe Towers (Dating No Filter on E!). Zach tells Eli all about his first romance after coming out, being ghosted by him, and hearing from him for the first time in two years they day before he came to record this episode! Zach and Eli also learn they moved to LA on t…
 
This week, Eli is joined by comedian Caitlin Durante (The Bechdel Cast) to talk about a stomach ache that landed her in the hospital and eventually learning about sludge in her gallbladder. They talk about the extremely broken healthcare system, from ERs to insurance to specialist referrals, and how it's delaying the surgery she needs. Caitlin even…
 
This week, comedian Christine Medrano joins Eli to talk about gambling and specifically, her dad's gambling addiction. Christine talks about how it affected her and her family growing up as well as how it changed her perception of money. Such a fascinating conversation that includes stocks, cryptocurrency, and so much more! Follow Christine on Twit…
 
This week, Eli is joined comedian George Brooks (host of the podcast Bad Pod Riri)! Georgea talks with Eli about growing up in a liberal family that went to a nudist colony for summer vacations. They discuss how it affected Georgea's relationship with her mother, how she processed all of it later in therapy, and so much more! It's an incredible con…
 
Peter Moses (Air Buds Podcast) joins Eli on Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends to talk about getting expelled from high school. The twist? He got expelled his senior year and had to start over with less than six months until graduation. Peter also talks about the details of the expulsion, growing up around wealthy kids, and how getting expelled c…
 
This week, comedian Blair Socci joins Eli to talk about so many things! Originally, Eli had asked Blair to come on to talk about religion and becoming religious in college, but they also end up talking about Al-Anon and the growth that came from it for Blair. It's an incredible conversation!! Follow Blair on all the socials: @Blairsocci Follow Eli …
 
This week is a very special episode! I got to tell my origin story - the one that inspired me to start this podcast - on Ethnically Ambiguous with Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends alums Shereen Younes & Anna Hossnieh. I loved the interview so much and rather than having someone interview me on this show, EA is letting me share this episode with…
 
This week, comedian Jay Light (host of the podcast Blockbusting) joins Eli to talk about his religious upbringing in rural Texas. The pair talk about Jay moving to different churches and sects growing up, Christian Rock concerts, his indifference of religion as he got older, and looking back to how he feels about it all now. Follow Jay on Twitter &…
 
On this week's episode of Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends, Eli is joined by Dani Fernandez. Dani is a writer, on camera host, actor, and co-hosts her own podcast Nerdificent. A few years ago, she was diagnosed with Hashimoto's Disease, an autoimmune disorder. Dani explains what Hashimoto's is and how it affects her, along with how she manages …
 
Alyssa Limperis is a comedian that got her start in New York, but she had to return home to help take care of her father after he was diagnosed with brain cancer. She joins Eli on this week's episode to talk about her year back home, how she made videos with friends while she was there, and moving back to New York to continue pursuing comedy after …
 
This week, Eli's joined by comedian, writer, and host of the podcast "Where Ya From?" Sara Benincasa. They talk about so many things including Sara's books: Agorafabulous, detailing her past struggles with agoraphobia and Real Artists Have Day Jobs, a book that Eli believes should be required reading for anyone wanting to pursue a career in the art…
 
This week, Eli is joined by comedian Debra DiGiovanni to talk about getting sober... from weed! There's a lot of debate as to whether weed is addictive, but for Debra it absolutely was. She also talks about how much it harder it was quitting marijuana than alcohol, how much it was costing her financially & personally, and how she finally was able t…
 
This week, New York based comedian Anya Volz joins Eli to talk about dropping out of high school. She discusses the events leading up to deciding to drop out, how her parents supported her decision, and how it led to her doing comedy! If you live in NYC, catch Anya's monthly show Thirst Trap Comedy, which will be a podcast as well, coming soon! Fol…
 
It's pretty devastating when a significant other cheats and it was pretty devastating when it happened to comedian Rachele Friedland. To make matters worse, it was with one of her close friends. Rachele joins Eli on this weeks' episode of the podcast to talk about it. They also discuss how public to be about a breakup on social media and Rachele al…
 
Eden Dranger is a comedian and writer that learned she had the BRCA1 gene, meaning she had a very high chance of getting breast cancer and decided to get a double mastectomy. She's on this week's episode to talk with Eli about making the decision and having to take care of herself after the surgery, since she lost both of her parents before even le…
 
This week, Eli is joined by Shereen Younes, a Syrian-American director, filmmaker, artist, writer, and co-host of the podcast Ethnically Ambiguous. Shereen was diagnosed with depression at an early age and talks about trying different medications and what adjusting to and weening off of meds is like. She also talks about how it affected her relatio…
 
This week, Eli is joined by Anna Hossnieh, an Iranian-American live comedy/video/podcast producer and co-host of the podcast Ethnically Ambiguous to talk about The Muslim Ban and how her family cannot visit her in the U.S. They also talk about the difficulties of traveling to and from Iran, holding dual citizenship, and Anna talks about having book…
 
Louis Peitzman is a freelance writer, most recently the Deputy Arts & Entertainment Editor at BuzzFeed News. He's also written for The New York Times, Gawker, TV.com, and the San Francisco Chronicle. He joins Eli on this week's episode to talk about the ins and outs of freelance writing. They discuss being a Los Angeles native ending up in New York…
 
Brodie Reed join Eli on this week's episode of Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends to talk about taking care of his father and stepmother after they both became very sick, becoming caretaker to both of them until they passed away two weeks apart. Brodie talks about the impact it had on him as a stand-up while it was happening and how it affected h…
 
This week, Eli is joined by comedian Corie Johnson to talk about weight loss culture and the effect it's had on her life. Corie tells Eli about going to a weight loss boarding school, having gastric sleeve surgery, and how recovery from food addiction is different from other recovery programs. TW: eating disorders Follow Corie on Twitter: @corietjo…
 
This week, Eli is joined by another one of his nearest and dearest friends, comedian Dave Ross. Eli and Dave started stand-up at the same time and as they approach a decade in comedy, they talk about personal achievements, what's changed for them since they first started, and bouncing between day jobs and making a living from comedy. It's a great c…
 
This week, Eli is joined by close friend and comedian Jake Weisman. They used to host a podcast together, but they're not here to talk about cats vs. dogs. A few years ago, Jake began experiencing back pain that led to a series of surgeries and eventually a spinal fusion that changed his life forever. While all of this was happening, Jake sold two …
 
This week, Eli is joined by comedian Sandy Danto to talk about becoming a parent! Sandy breaks down the myths and preconceptions of what really changes when you have a kid, how to be a parent in a place like LA, and how he balances career goals with domestic life (hint: less sleep). Follow Sandy: @SandyDanto and listen to his podcast: Motherf***ers…
 
On this week's episode, Eli is joined by his friend, comedian Teresa Lee (@leresatee). Teresa talks about the death of her younger brother (TW: Suicide) and the impact it had on both herself and her family. Listen to Teresa's podcast You Can Tell Me Anything: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/you-can-tell-me-anything/id1372902988?mt=2 Listen to E…
 
This week, Eli (@EliOlsberg) is joined by comedian and writer Chelsea Frank (@ChelseaFrank), who just broke up with her boyfriend, like two weeks before they recorded this episode! AND... they still live together! Chelsea tells Eli all about what might be one of the most mature break up stories to every be told. Chelsea's Twitter: @ChelseaSFrank cl…
 
Jessica Michelle Singleton (@JMSComedy) joins Eli (@EliOlsberg) to talk about turning pain into art with a one-woman show that stemmed from a ten day silent meditation retreat she went on after a break-up. They also discuss Jessica performing said show every day for a month straight at Edinburg Fringe Festival, they reminisce on the guided meditati…
 
This week, Eli is joined by astro queens Julia Loken, Stevie Anderson, and Lisa Chanoux, co-hosts of the wonderful podcast What’s Your Sign? They talk about using astrology for coping and closure, interpreting birth charts and horoscopes, and the gang comes up with an incredible new astrology gameshow. Twitter/Instagram: @EliOlsberg E-Mail: closure…
 
On the first episode of Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends, Eli speaks with Paul Haynes, lead researcher and contributing writer on the true crime book "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" by Michelle McNamara. Paul worked with Michelle on the book until her sudden passing in April of 2016. Paul talks about connecting with and working alongside Michelle, d…
 
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