Don't Be Alone with Jay Kogen : Sklar Bros Defend Jay’s Moronic Love of Sports


Bio: Randy and Jason Sklar can currently be seen in the fourth season of FX’s WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS playing fictional Property Brothers ‘Bran and Toby Daltry’. The Sklars produced, wrote, and starred in THE NOSEBLEEDS, a UFC original series that released this summer on UFC’s Fight Pass. The series is a hilarious deep dive into UFC’s history featuring comedy sketches, field pieces, and in-studio character bits.

The Sklars notably hosted and produced History Channel’s UNITED STATS OF AMERICA and created and starred in the ESPN cult hit series CHEAP SEATS, besides being guest hosts on JEFF ROSS PRESENTS ROAST BATTLE. Their television credits include GLOW, BAJILLION DOLLAR PROPERTIES, MARON, AGENT CARTER, PLAYING HOUSE, PARTNERS, GREY’S ANATOMY, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA, ENTOURAGE, CSI, LAW & ORDER, and COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS. They released their hour special, HIPSTER GHOSTS on Starz. They also recently produced the documentary, POOP TALK. The Sklars have recurred on the TruTV Series THOSE WHO CAN’T, several episodes of AMC’s hit series BETTER CALL SAUL, as well as the FX comedy WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS

Randy and Jason can also be seen in WILD HOGS and THE COMEBACKS, while their internet shows HELD UP, LAYERS, and BACK ON TOPPS have received critical acclaim. They also recurred as panelists on ESPN’s SportsCenter. They also developed an animated series DUMB PEOPLE TOWN, based on the podcast, with Will Arnett’s Electric Avenue and co-wrote the pilot VAL KILMER RUINED OUR LIVES with Bill Lawrence.
Don't Be Alone with Jay Kogen
Join Jay Kogen, former stand-up actor and award-winning comedy writer, as he shares his great stories from his decades in show business on his podcast, "Don't Be Alone with Jay Kogen." With a mission to fight disconnection in modern life, Jay invites funny, smart, and interesting guests to tackle life issues he's dealing with. From stand-ups to actors, writers to artists, Jay's guests are always entertaining. Tune in to Apple, Spotify, YouTube, or anywhere you get your podcasts to listen to "Don't Be Alone with Jake Hogan" and be prepared for some awkward but nice conversations.