Laura Kightlinger (@KingKightlinger) joins the ladies to discuss building cat homes, female kings, and what gets her through each day. The ladies also discuss participation trophies, Tess’ unusual feet, and how penis pumps work. They answer a lady problem from a listener who’s being ghosted by a job and doesn’t know what to do.
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Laura Kightlinger is a writer, stand-up comic, and actor. She created and starred in her own critically acclaimed TV show, The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman. She currently plays narcissist mom, Deb Taylor, on the hit Hulu series, PEN15. She has played popular reocurring character Nurse Sheila on Will & Grace and has been a consulting producer on the show since its inception. Laura has voiced several characters in Lego Batman, Ninjago, and is currently “Dr. Scott” in Dr. Katz: The Audio Files. At the recent JFL Comedy Festival, Kightlinger was heralded in the Montreal Gazette as “a femme fatale deadpan who took risks leading the audience into hilariously dark, unexpected territory.” Over the years, she’s had several half-hour standup specials on Comedy Cental and HBO, and is presently preparing for an hour-long special. She was a series regular on HBO’s, Lucky Louie and Amazon’s, Take My Wife. Her book, Quick Shots of False Hope, described by the New York Times Book
Review as a “memorable, disturbing, and darkly comic debut.,” is being adapted for televsion.