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The Happy Never After Podcast

Welcome to Happy Never After Podcast!

Meet Mara & Andrew: New York City comedians with DIVORCE in common. Each week, three- time divorcée Mara Marek, and "#ChildofDivorce" Andrew Collin, feature a guest with who has been affected by divorce. From stories to laughter, to moments that might make you cringe, hear the stories that make dealing with divorce a little easier, and a little bit funnier. Join us to hear these stories and find laughter on the other side.

HNA Hosts, Mara Marek & Andrew Collin  (with Frank) at their show, Chicken Salad, an Indie Show featured in the 2017 Brooklyn Comedy Festival  Image by JW Photography

Aug 8, 2017

It’s August. It’s August in NEW YURK CITA-AYYYYY. And it’s H-O-T. FIRST, we talk about something hotter than the humidity— we talk about our PREMIUM CONTENT LAUNCH on PATREON. Check us out! Patreon.com/HappyNeverAfterPodcast. Tell your friends, tell their friends, we're super  E-X-C-I-T-I-E-D! 

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Jul 31, 2017

We couldn't fit all of the marriages in one episode...so here comes part deux (of 7?)

Mara covers the second-half of her amazing tale of debauchery that lead to 7 engagements and 3 marriages. Buckle up because this is a train wreck!

 

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Jul 25, 2017

Chris is a single dad, and hilarious comedian living with his Dad out in Staten Island loving crossing that bridge every day. His rollercoaster of a relationship and career is tragically hilarious.  Tune in now!  

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Jul 17, 2017

We are joined by one of Mara's ex co workers Anastasia Vitale. Anastasia is a young, sexy woman that is rough around the edges and is tired of little wimpy men in her life like Andrew. She tells us her story of a tough break up from a guy she met at a rave. Then she married an Irish co worker to help him stay in the...


Jul 10, 2017

This week we have a great guest and comedian Sam Tripoli. Sam is a son of divorced parents. He talks about how you don't see things for the way they really are until later in life and how that can be a good thing. Long car rides with the family and seeing his mother not speak or look at his father for hours was a clue...