AOT #185: David Cross Podcasts I Drink for a Reason

David Cross, known for roles on the small screen such as “never-nude” Tobias Funke on Arrested Development and the role of “David” in Mr. Show With Bob And David, as well as a hugely successful stand-up routine full of sharp-tongued rants and rages, reads from and discusses his first book I Drink for a Reason. With a mix of personal essays, satirical fiction posing as truth, advice for rich people, information from America’s least favorite Rabbi and a top-ten list of top-ten lists, Cross’ first book is as unique as the comedian himself.

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  1. AOT #185: David Cross Podcasts I Drink for a Reason

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