251: San Andreas, Kaseem Bentley Roasts The Frotcast

This week on the Frotcast, aka Comedians With Microphones Talking Movies, I talk about San Andreas (my review),
a film about a very muscular, chesty man’s love for his chesty wife and
their busty daughter in a time of earthquakes. Bret continues his
journey to shilldom (“I get #horny for #brands!”) and Matt Lieb tells us
about his latest commercial, and why Alexandra Daddario is so
attractive it makes him angry. About 30 minutes in, Kaseem Bentley,
(SF Weekly Best of Award Winner for “Racial Humor You Don’t Feel Guilty
Laughing At” and one of the Bay Area’s “Top 5 Comedians to Watch”
according to the San Jose Mercury News) drops by. Kaseem spends the
first 10 minutes or so making fun of me, my friends, and my past
relationships, then dives down the rabbit hole of obscure San Francisco
comedy references. At one point, he and Matt Lieb have a frank
discussion about the existence of God. I dunno, man. Meanwhile, I try to
ask him questions about his parents being in the Nation of Islam and
the Black Panthers, what the deal is with bean pie, and how it was he
came to be San Francisco’s only insult comic/social worker. As always,
Kaseem is really interesting in the brief moments you can get him to
stop being hilarious.