Making It Making It #9: Steve Agee Posted by Katie Levine on September 14, 2011 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Riki talks with actor and writer Steve Agee (The Sarah Silverman Program, Jimmy Kimmel Live) about comedy, overcoming disappointment, forging his own path and the power of hanging in there. Follow @steveagee on Twitter! Tags Making It, Riki Lindhome, steve agee Related Posts What's New What's Trending Visiting the Set of TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT article THE MUMMY Trailer Brings Universal Monsters Into Modern Day article SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE Salutes Christmas' Other Savior, The Re-Gifted Candle, in Song article THE FLASH Recap: Barry Gives Iris "The Present" for Christmas article SCREAM QUEENS Recap: Rapunzel, Rapunzel article We Might Get Curved Space Coins to Commemorate the Apollo Moon Landing in 2019 article Enter THE ADVENTURE ZONE with a New Graphic Novel Series (Exclusive) article Watch Jennifer Aniston Confront "Rachel from FRIENDS" on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE article TANGLED and FROZEN Face Off in a Heated Princess Rap Battle (NSFW) article Comments Alex says: September 21, 2011 at 2:50 am God he swears a lot :\ K. says: September 19, 2011 at 2:48 pm Loved it! But what was the name of the comedian they both really liked. the one with the napkin joke. Jeremy says: September 15, 2011 at 2:04 pm Ah man, I loved Steve Agee on The Sarah Silverman Program but never thought to look for his stand up. I’m a fool! He’s a funny dude with a surprising background, considering the stuff he’s done. I dig it. Great show, and I’m totally gonna check out some of his standup some time. Mandy W. says: September 15, 2011 at 7:20 am @ Leo, not to worry, I’ve succumb to firsties in the past as well. There should be a support group. Excellent job Ricki! Steve Agee has quickly become one of my favorite comics from his many works with the podcasts here and I really enjoyed listening to him on this episode. As someone who is far removed from the Hollywood industry, I still really enjoy your encouraging, positive and extremely funny pods. Keep it up! 🙂 Leo says: September 14, 2011 at 1:43 pm FIRST! First and last time I’ll do that. Sorry. I’ll show myself out. Great episode. Steve is so naturally funny and good-humored, it’s hard to imagine him ever not being super-enjoyable to listen to, especially in a conversational podcast context. I don’t think it was mentioned (honestly, I’m not sure if it’s still even happening since there hasn’t been a new episode in a month-and-a-half), but Steve has a podcast called Steve Agee: Uhhh that’s absolutely hilarious. Nerdists should check it out. The episodes with Ellen Page are really fun.