From 2010 to January 2012, Leggero co-hosted The Lavender Hour podcast with comedian Duncan Trussell.On February 17, 2012, she appeared on The Adam Carolla Show.So I said, 'The only thing worse than going to the DMV is going to the DMV and finding out you have AIDS.' "This threw her," Leggero says. I had to have her removed." Kasher and Leggero have both been busy with an array of projects, and the quick trip to New Orleans is part business, part pleasure.After three years of touring as a headliner, Leggero won't start touring heavily again until late in the year. "There are lots of ways to make it more fun: going to cool cities; traveling with friends.On Thursday's episode of @Midnight, where Leggero and Ross were contestants, host Chris Hardwick asked the guests to air some of their barbs at Justin Bieber that they didn't get a chance to during the Roast, which was recorded earlier this month.Curiously - since the theme of @midnight is improv comedy and thinking on one's feet - Ross didn't immediately pick up on the fact Leggero had just hit him with a second-hand barb, proving he either didn't realise or he didn't think the jokes were that similar after all.
Moshe: All you have to do is keep traveling and you can call it a honeymoon. So we decided to go to our favorite destinations on the West Coast to see how long we can squeeze this thing. Let’s say you don’t live in one of these great cities. Moshe: We’re going to the most beautiful areas in the western… It could have been Albuquerque, but Tucson is first on the schedule. I wondered how rustic you were going to go with your travel accommodations. So we’ll go to a National Park, then a nice hotel, then a campsite, and then a nice hotel. The good thing is that we will be straight-up raw dog fucking in both the Scamp and the hotel. A lot of people are going to be asking you what’s the best advice you can give for relationships. Moshe: Natasha has the season premiere of Another Period coming up June 15th.
"And I was like, 'Oh, are you flipping me off or is that the fleur-de-lis?
I am not sure if that's a New Orleans greeting.' "But that festival was a lot of fun, and that moment was a lot of fun," Kasher adds.
Comedian Moshe Kasher is a fan of New Orleans both because and in spite of a memorable show at Hell Yes Fest two years ago.
"There was some lady who was upset by something I said, so she flipped me off," Kasher says.