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Episodes
  • Episode 1: Ever Mainard

    Dec 17 2020
    After a cute waitress in Denver serves her cheese dip, Mo realizes she’s a lesbian. Standup comic and “The Feels” actress Ever Mainard stops by to discuss what it’s like when other people seem to realize you’re gay before you do.
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    35 mins
  • Episode 2: Phil Chan

    Dec 17 2020
    Mo’s first girlfriend turns out to be a clown, and she struggles to stop her life from becoming a circus. Dancer and author of “Final Bow for Yellowface” Phil Chan talks about falling in love with a same-sex friend.
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    31 mins
  • Episode 3: Sydnee Washington

    Dec 17 2020
    Mo wonders if she might be bisexual and hits the road from Chicago to New York City with her friend Ali to find out. Mo and guest Sydnee Washington (a standup comic and co-host of the podcast “Unofficial Expert”) discuss what it’s like to go from dating men to dating women.
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    21 mins
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About the Creator

Mo Welch is an LA based comedian, actress, writer and cartoonist. Her book How To Die Alone: The Foolproof Guide to Not Helping Yourself featuring Blair was released in 2019 by Workman Publishing and is based on her Instagram comic strip Blair which has over 115k followers. Mo is currently developing Blair as a half-hour animated series at HBO Max with Chelsea Handler producing through Universal Television. Mo has performed on Conan (TBS) twice, and she wrote on staff for Good Talk With Anthony Jeselnik (Comedy Central). She was chosen to perform on the annual Comedy Central Up Next Showcase at the inaugural Clusterfest Comedy Festival in San Francisco and has also showcased for the Fox Night Of Comedy and performed and wrote for the CBS Comedy Showcase. Mo’s comics have been published in The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Vice, and others. Her other on screen credits include Corporate (Comedy Central), Life In Pieces (CBS), Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street (Amazon), Foul Ball (CBS) and Coming to the Stage (Hulu).

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binge worthy

I finished this in a day, it was so good! such an easy listen for the car ride that grabs your attention and makes you laugh. heartwarming and helpful, just love.

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Hilarious and riveting

Mo is such a funny and delightful interviewer. Every guest is interesting for a different reason.
I couldn’t stop listening!

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Cannot Stop Listening to Mo

Mo’s podcast presents a diversity of people’s “Coming Out” stories. Each episode for myself has a “I can identify with that” moment. Also, learning about the variety of aspects within the LGTBQIA+ community helps educate the listener to their own experiences.
There are many humorous moments but also tear jerking moments as well.
I would definitely recommend “Come Out, Come Out”

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Human interest A+

Very easy to listen to. I love Mo’s voice and story. I binge listened; couldn’t stop. Within 2 days I was finished and looking forward to more!

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So relatable, funny, and helpful

As an LGBTQ person, I found this podcast so relatable and truly unique. Mo’s stories are so funny, warm and honest, and she has amazing guests - each hilarious and brilliantly talented, with their own coming out stories and nuanced perspectives on sexual identity.

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awesome

I enjoyed this podcast so much I can't even describe it. As an LGBT person, I could relate to many things that Mo and her guests shared. i truly admire their sense of humor, positive mindset, and brutal honesty at times... It's so heartwarming to know that somebody could go through coming out, heartbreak, loneliness, rejection... and find peace, making every moment worth living 💞

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  • 03-29-21

absolute fave podcast and I am totally straight

This podcast is just totally excellent.
Mo has such a beautiful speaking voice and tells funny and interesting stories about her life growing up and discovering how to be gay.
The people she interviews have real insights to tell and I feel like I’ve learned a huge amount about the joy and pain and hilarity of their stories that I am not commonly exposed to in everyday life.

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  • Tina Curtis
  • 02-04-21

An absolute MUST read for ALL queer folx.

Fantastic series of blogs/interviews which highlight differing LGBTQ struggles and coming out stories. LOVED IT!!!

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  • Bev Hawkes
  • 01-24-21

Poor

Voice too irritating for me, gave up very early on... Annoying background music too.. Don't bother

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  • Jenifer Dimambro
  • 06-20-21

Super recommend!

I just loved it, I wish there was more episodes! Mo is a wonderful storyteller and host 💙

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  • Brian Saunders
  • 06-17-21

repetitive

After a few episodes I was bored.
Nearly all about Lesbian relationships.
Very American-cultural bias.

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  • Franky Hillman
  • 05-15-21

boring

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a bit boring and not funny like they seem to think

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  • Indira Vidal
  • 04-24-21

Excellent

I really enjoyed it. It was refreshing. It is unusual to listen so honesty experiences. I identified myself with the chapters 6 and 9 but I enjoyed all of them. I hope to hear more QuickBooks like this. Great job. Congratulations!