A brief introduction to the "Audio of SNL's Funniest Women on Podcasts" playlist, which features interviews from SNL's most beloved alums and current rising stars.
Jillian Bell shares her earliest comedy inspirations and Kate McKinnon discusses the merits of quirky facial expressions when it comes to impersonating infamous public figures.
Ego Nwodim offers up some unsolicited advice for a Reddit user whose wife is blatantly cheating on him with her high school ex-boyfriend.
Cecily Strong looks back on her life before SNL and shares her humble beginnings as a Planned Parenthood receptionist and actor in Chicago's The Second City improv group.
Aidy Bryant and Jessi Klein describe the terrible audition experiences that they endured during the early days of their careers.
Comedians Melissa Villaseñor and Mike Birbiglia workshop their Covid-era jokes about annoyingly calm commercials and sleep-inducing virtual guitar lessons.
Heidi Gardner discusses her life-long affinity for pranking and shares a story about how she persevered after being "knocked down" in her early teens.
Leslie Jones tells RuPaul and Michelle Visage about the controversial joke that launched her into comedy stardom.
From chance encounters in her early comedy days to dropping her cellphone in an airplane toilet, Amy Poehler shares some of her zaniest stories with Seth Meyers.
Tina Fey describes the terrible sketches that she wrote for her SNL audition and what it felt like to meet Lorne Michaels for the first time.
Maya Rudolph, the voice of Connie the Hormone Monstress in Netflix's Big Mouth, ponders what inspired her character's famous pronunciation of "bubble bath."