Making It Making It #43: Pete Holmes (part two) Posted by Katie Levine on May 15, 2012 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Riki talks with comedian/writer/actor Pete Holmes (Conan, Fallon, Best Week Ever) about hustling, fortunate coincidences and being the E-trade baby. Follow @peteholmez on Twitter and listen to You Made It Weird! Tags Making It, pete holmes Related Posts What's New What's Trending The SPACE JAM Soundtrack is Getting a Vinyl Rerelease article POWER RANGERS Is a Surprisingly Strong Team-Up Movie (Review) article Marvel's Netflix Shows Need to Get More Comfortable with the MCU article MST3K Vol XXXVIII Celebrates the Genius of Mike Nelson article Elon Musk Founds New Company, Neuralink, to Turn Us All Into Cyborgs article The CHiPS Cast Tries to Decode IRL Police Codes video OMG, Would You Look at These New AMERICAN GODS Posters article This Guy Made a NERF Gun That Breaks The Sound Barrier article Netflix Reveals First DEATH NOTE Teaser Trailer article Comments Josh says: May 21, 2012 at 4:59 pm Wait wait, I found it. You said something nice about that interview with Connie Chung. Okay, phew. You had me worried about you for a second there, @Fantas! Josh says: May 21, 2012 at 8:01 am Jesus, @fantas! I dare you to say something nice somewhere to somebody. It’s crazy, dude, you’ve got something negative to say about everyone on this site. Fantas! says: May 20, 2012 at 9:42 am Holmes needs to learn how to communicate. Like, generally. With people. In the same room. He admires Maron SO MUCH yet he just talks like it’s a lecture. Unsurprisingly, Lindhome doesn’t know what the fuck to do with this. Uhhh… yeah. This podcast sounds like a sidebar at a pub. I like Holmes but Jesus, learn to have a CONVERSATION, you aspie twit. James says: May 16, 2012 at 12:49 pm Where is the Amazon banner? Josh says: May 15, 2012 at 6:38 pm Great two-parter guys! Great Origin Story, Pete! Ain’t nothing like good ol’ fashioned driven people, as far as I’m concerned! Ret says: May 15, 2012 at 3:24 pm Thanks dudes, risk taking and persistence is stupidly pertinent in my life right now and I appreciate the show! Eric O. says: May 15, 2012 at 12:15 pm If I ever had the desire to be a comic, this podcast would kick me onto the stage. I can’t wait to see you both at Bonnaroo and maybe the next iteration of “Making it Weird with Piki Lindholmes” will be recorded there.