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Weird & Wonderful: Stroy Moyd Tells us About His Pilot for MTV

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We have another great episode of the Weird and Wonderful podcast for you all! This time we have the very funny Stroy Moyd. You might have been to some of the #HellaFunny comedy shows he puts on all over town. More importantly though you might recognize him from the hilarious video he made called Ride Share the Luv, which is a dating game that happens in the back of his Uber. Check the video below:

As you can see, the video is hilarious. So hilarious in fact that MTV just gave story a deal to make an actual pilot of the show!

So, in this most recent podcast I interview Stroy about his career in comedy and what it was like getting to the point where MTV would pick it up Ride Share the Luv.

Also, Sonny plays us his very first stand up bit, which honestly ain’t too bad for a first time.

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