Cashing In with T.J. Miller and Cash Levy

Deep conversations, in the shallow end.

"A podcast with a heart of silliness and a joy in foolhardiness, it is a farce from beginning to end." 
- Freaking Awesome Network

Host Cash Levy can't get any other guests, although he'd like to. Listen to thought provoking nonsense as Cash interviews T.J. Miller over and over again. Aren't you tired of everybody interviewing more than one person? It's the podcast no one has heard of and everyone is talking about. Philosophy, unsolicited advice, answers to questions you didn't have... They pistol whip the worlds mysteries into submission- saving lives one podcast at a time, and ruining a life every tenth. Just listen... you need to hear this...

When you meet Cash Levy, he seems pretty low key. He might even give the impression he's just a well adjusted, normal guy. Then you find out he has a hobby of sneaking into hot tubs, movies, concerts and even Super Bowls. That he sang in a band called, "Cash and the Bad Checks" and although they only played once, he still brags about it. You discover he's constantly seeking the answers to life's most precious questions, like why we die and why we can't find our car keys. You notice Cash's unique habit on stage of interviewing the audience, as he did so expertly in his (much anticipated, universally coveted, life altering) soon to be released one hour special, "Crowd Control." The only real job Cash has ever had is stand-up comedy, but that format isn't always best for his revolutionary theories and merit less opinions. What to do? How bout a long talk with his outrageously funny friend T.J. Miller, to see where the conversation leads…..

Cash Withdrawal

When "Cashing In With TJ Miller" is on hiatus, unlicensed therapist Cash Levy gives solace to those with symptoms of neglect. Minding someone else’s business one episode at a time, Cash fixes problems that don’t exist. Thoughtless contemplation, dime store philosophy, meritless opinions, and endless interruptions; this is one hour of comedy that you’ll look forward to regretting. It’s cheaper then anti depressants and twice as ineffective.

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