After Hours

by Michael Clayton

After Hours
  • Language: eng
  • Episodes: 3
  • Last: 8 Jul 2015
Charleston comic Michael Clayton engages in uncensored, hilarious round-table discussions with comedic talents and quirky figures in the Charleston community

Episodes (3)

  • Ep. 3 - Shitty Comedy
    Ep. 3 - Shitty Comedy
    Play
    Published: 8 Jul 2015 Duration: 45:14
    New York comic Derek Humphrey, Derek's little bro Sam, and Jeremy McLellan join me for this episode and talk about bad comedy they have seen in their respective comedy scenes, as well as bad comedy they performed themselves in their earlier... Read more →
    New York comic Derek Humphrey, Derek's little bro Sam, and Jeremy McLellan join me for this episode and talk about bad comedy they have seen in their respective comedy scenes, as well as bad comedy they performed themselves in their earlier... Read more →

  • Ep. 2 - After the Shooting
    Ep. 2 - After the Shooting
    Play
    Published: 24 Jun 2015 Duration: 53:41
    Members of the Charleston Comedy Community discuss their thoughts and reactions to the heartbreaking shooting at Emanuel AME Church that occurred on June 17th and various topics related to and branching off from there. Host Michael Clayton... Read more →
    Members of the Charleston Comedy Community discuss their thoughts and reactions to the heartbreaking shooting at Emanuel AME Church that occurred on June 17th and various topics related to and branching off from there. Host Michael Clayton... Read more →

  • Ep. 1 - What Black People Talk About When White People Aren't Around
    Ep. 1 - What Black People Talk About When White People Aren't Around
    Play
    Published: 10 Jun 2015 Duration: 59:51
    On our debut episode I fill in as the lone Caucasian as Charleston comics DeShawn Mason, Jon Antoine and Rossi Brown describe some of the trials and tribulations of being white in a largely white world. Hair, black movies, police brutality... Read more →
    On our debut episode I fill in as the lone Caucasian as Charleston comics DeShawn Mason, Jon Antoine and Rossi Brown describe some of the trials and tribulations of being white in a largely white world. Hair, black movies, police brutality... Read more →