(New York, NY / October 2, 2020) — Popular comedy podcast The Mangina Dialogues celebrates its 100th episode this week with a look back at the show’s greatest comedic moments, celebrity interviews and raw, unfiltered conversations that have shaped the past year.
Hosts Nick Scopoletti (aka Nick Scopes) and Greg Alprin, (aka The Gregalicious) have brought back their personal favorites, highlighting clips and behind-the-scenes commentary from their talks with manager/ producer Barry Katz, former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci and well-known talents Jamie Kennedy, Larry The Cable Guy and Kerryn Feehan.
“The world is a crazy place these days, and we’re all about escape and entertainment with a distinctly funny point of view,” says Scopoletti. “Time flies when you’re having fun and I can’t believe we’re already here at 100 episodes… we’ve come a long way in such a short time!”
Recent guests include ‘80s rock video vixen Bobbie Brown, media personality Melissa Rivers, and comedians Jay Mohr and Anna Roisman. Scopoletti and Alprin also have a few fun surprises in store for its listeners in the coming weeks.
“Over the course of a hundred episodes, you learn a lot about people, and you learn a lot about yourself as well,” adds Alprin. “This podcast has helped us grow in so many ways, and we look forward to many hundreds of inspiring episodes in the future.”
ABOUT THE MANGINA DIALOGUES:
Nothing is off limits on The Mangina Dialogues, a hilarious and unfiltered weekly comedy show hosted by stand-up comedian Nick Scopoletti (aka Nick Scopes) and Greg Alprin (aka The Gregalicious).
Launched in July 2019, the podcast offers a lighthearted and open-minded space to discuss timely (and funny) topics with a wide range of well-known comedians, actors, musicians and pop culture figures across the entertainment spectrum.
“We feel like all our guests are our friends, even if we just met them, which gives our listeners the feeling they are peeking into a great conversation between friends catching up over a drink or chicken wings,” says Alprin of the podcast.
“With each new show, we aren’t afraid to push the boundaries with outlandish jokes and ask the tough questions on our journey to find out what makes each guest unique. This attitude and strategy has worked for us, and we intend to keep this party going as long as we can.”
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