Have You Heard This: Babies are Weak with Betty J. Smithsonian | Stand-up Comedy Podcast

In the latest episode of the Have You Heard This podcast, Aaron is joined by comedian Betty J. Smithsonian to talk about babies.

They discuss their strengths (crying), their weaknesses (strength), and get into a whole lot more about the pros and cons of small, young humans.

Part two of their conversation is available to premium subscribers at patreon.com/aaronhertzog

About the Guest: Betty Smithsonian (she/her), Best of Philly Up and Coming Comedian 2019*. She is a comic, creator, performer, entertainer and award-winning goof. She can be found telling jokes, parading in the streets, confidently speaking on topics she barely understands and joking while creating stages and spaces for lots of people all over the land. She was once quoted in the New York Times as a ‘freelance clown.’

She’s on stage regularly at Punchline and throughout the Philadelphia area. She can host your fundraiser, corporate event, and/or seder. Her comedy has been described as high energy, life-changing, authentic, and lacking any hot takes on boring current events.

Aaron Hertzog is a Los Angeles-based comedian and writer. He started his career in Philadelphia where he was named “Best Stand-Up Comedian” at the WitOut Awards for Philadelphia Comedy. He hosts the Have You Heard This podcast, in which he has conversations with comedians that explore a new and developing joke from their act. His debut stand-up comedy album “Delicious Mistake” along with weekly bonus podcast episodes are available for subscribers on Patreon.