Bruce McCulloch from The Kids in the Hall: “We connected with a group of people and a lot of them are still out there”

NEW YORK - APRIL 30: Director Bruce McCulloch attends the premiere of "Comeback Season" during the 5th Annual Tribeca Film Festival April 30, 2006 in New York City. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Getty Images for TFF)

Writer, actor, comedian and member of the great comedy ensemble The Kids in the Hall Bruce McCulloch, joins Justin to talk about his memories of playing shows in Chicago, when The Kids in the Hall realized they were reaching a wide audience, how his own comedy was born out of suburban angst, his experience working for SNL and how that led to recognizing how special The Kids in the Hall were, his work writing for “Schitt’s Creek,” why connecting with an audience is still the greatest thing he gets to do, if he gets nostalgic about his life with The Kids in the Hall and his upcoming show this weekend at Lincoln Hall.

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