In the current world climate, a seemingly catch-all greeting is, “crazy times,” and for Pete Holmes, he’s mindful of the difference between “crazy times” for comedians adjusting to life without the stage and for people who now have to homeschool their children.
When we connected with Pete Holmes by phone, we recall running into each other—pre-pandemic—at a Los Angeles Mexican restaurant, a seemingly different era where Pete Holmes found himself chasing his baby daughter around the dining room.
For Pete Holmes, becoming a father has changed his restaurant experience—and his life—or the better, and while both may have been turned upside down this past year, he’s kept busy promoting his book, Comedy Sex God, running his popular podcast, “You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes,” and working on COVID-safe productions. Over the course of our conversation, we explore the motivation of Pete Holmes that encouraged him to pursue stand-up comedy, his experience
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