Food, money, relationship dilemmas, parenting, love of Costco, neighborhood gossip, existential questions, couples therapy and bathroom etiquette – isn’t that what all married people talk about when they think nobody’s listening? Formerly known as Totally Married, Nobody’s Listening, Right? is now touted as “A show about nothing that I can’t get enough of”, “The only podcast that makes me laugh so hard I have to pull over,” and “Binge-worthy audio comfort-food but don’t recommend listening in public.”
Having recorded their first comedy interview podcast, Totally Laime, in February of 2010 in the hopes that tens of people would listen, Elizabeth and Andy were happily surprised to land in the iTunes top 10 comedy podcasts week after week, developing a loyal following and scoring incredible guests such as Patton Oswalt, Aubrey Plaza, Marc Maron, Ron Livingston, Melanie Lynskey and more.
On the heels of their initial success they launched several other podcasts: Totally Married, Totally Mommy and Totally Beverages And Sometimes Hot Sauce (All past episodes aside from TBASH can still be heard on their Patreon). In 2018 they took a hiatus from podcasting to focus on other endeavors, with Elizabeth writing for TV shows such as “A Million Little Things” and “I’m Sorry” and Andy as a record producer and songwriter for artists such as Meg Myers and DeathbyRomy as well as scoring music for multiple Apple campaigns.
Like moths to a flame, however, they couldn’t stay away! After five years off the mics, Elizabeth and Andy launched “Nobody’s Listening, Right?” where they discuss what they'd be talking about even if nobody were listening. To their delight, that hasn't been the case and the show's incredible listeners have put them in the top 1 percent of podcasts.
“She and her co-host are having a good time, and you feel like they'd be doing this even if no one were listening.”
“Elizabeth Laime [is] the Oprah Winfrey of the podcast world, serving up advice on everything from dating to sex to not killing your husband.”
“Her approach is disarming, and guests (usually fellow comedians) play along during the program she hosts with her husband ‘Psychic Andy.’”
“Thanks to great chemistry, there is never a lag in the show’s energy.”