Howard is gravely injured in a tragic spelunking accident, Liz has a connection to murderer Jodi Arias, and the gang explores the wonders of apotemnophilia.Read More
On the shocking Season 4 premiere, Liz has a LinkedIn meltdown, Howard braves a non-butt related medical procedure, the bad therapy stories keep on rolling in and the gang tells us what their plans are for season 4.Read More
On the spontaneous season three finale, Cosmpolitan's Liz Brown copes with the brave struggle of going to only one therapist, Howard is moving and taking the entire studio with him, and they both talk about some of the worst therapy they've ever had.
"Sleep With Me" podcast host and superstar Drew Ackerman tells us how he stumbled upon an insomnia cure that has helped literally millions of people, Liz has a breakthrough breakup with one of her therapists and Howard hates Liz's shirt and regales us with tales of pony bettin'.
Liz considers firing one of the therapists, but fears it might make her less intriguing, Howard is in free sample heaven, and impressionist Mike Truesdale helps us imagine a therapy session with President Donald Trump
In the latest episode, internationally revered introvert and web series star Rachel Tucker teaches Howard and Liz the sheer, unadulterated joy of avoiding socialization.
In the first episode of 2017, Liz finally scores some good drugs and puts her useless team of mental health professionals on sabbatical, Howard perpetuates an urban legend, and they both beg people to please start listening to their show.
In the final episode of 2016, Howard and Liz give their audience the gift of despair by discussing the recent death and injury to those they held dear as well as helpful tips on how to deal with being suicidal while on vacation.
Join a very ienbriated Howard, Liz, and guest Rachel Tucker as they watch the election returns come in, lose their effing minds, and help the audience decide how to cope with a (gulp) Trump Presidency.
Liz explores a creepy well metaphor with her therapist, Howard owes everything to his DNA test, and writer Katharine LaRonde stops by for a discussion on depression and how long it's been since any of us had a good night's sleep.
Liz confronts a junior high school bully using drama therapy, DNA evidence suggests Howard is nuts and the gang tries really hard to become friends with Maria Bamford.
In this episode, Liz has a hangry meltdown, Howard is doing a Maury-style DNA test on his depression, and improv guru Brian O'Connell explains how he survived over 300 suicide attempts... but can he beat Liz in a crazy-off? Tune in to find out!
Howard and Liz manage to lure a legitimate licensed mental health clinician (Jessica Improta) onto to the show, Liz delves deeper into her inferiority complex in front of a former classmate, and Howard completely ruins meditation for everyone.
In Episode 2 of our explosive new season, VICE Magazine's Liz Brown and bona fide comedian Lauri Roggenkamp go head-to-head in a battle of the clinically and diagnosably mentally ill. Also, Howard proves he's so in touch with what millenials want that we #canteven
In the highly unanticipated Season 3 premiere, Howard and VICE Magazine's Liz talk about why it's been 18 months since their last episode, why Liz looks so tired and busty, and what it's like for Howard to co-host a podcast with a famous VICE Magazine writer. Disclaimer: Liz writes these descriptions.
WE DID IT! WE HAVE A SEASON 2! Take that haterz and also likerz and indifferenterz!
In the Season 2 premiere episode of Staying Positive With Howard And Liz, Liz reveals a shocking secret and you won't believe what happens next! The gang also talks about their holiday break, acting, booze, losing friends and how Howard was bitten on the face by a dog.
So you want to be depressed but are always too damn happy? Well we've got an easy to follow list of 5 things highly depressed people do. If you practice these techniques you'll be dragged in on a 5150 in no time:Read More
In this Christmas themed episode, Liz and Howard blatantly rip off a well-known Charles Dickens holiday tale to portray Liz's rampant alcoholism and chronic mental illness in a festive light.
Featuring special appearances from: Erin Daniels as The Ghost of Xmas Past and the Trader Joseph's cashier, Tommy Bechtold as the Narrator, Signature Gatherer and Police Officer #1, Mike Truesdale as Fred, The Ghost of Xmas Future, Bill Cosby, Seth Rogen and Police Officer #2, Derek Mehn as The Ghost of Xmas Present and Jake Marley, Rik Michul as The Homeless Guy , Charles Tiberius Doggington as Tiny Charlie and Liz Brown, Howard Shur, and Kaila Hoppe as Themselves
In this episode, Howard and Liz discuss chicken bombs, slipping someone "the meat", diarrhea, cats (living and non living), Bill Cosby, pudding pops, necklaces for men, scarfs and as an added bonus, Liz rubs peppermint oil in her eye, nearly blinding herself.Read More