Ep 49: Weight Loss, Broken Bones, Standup Comedy, Mental Health Advice, with Katsy Chappell

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Today we are excited to have the hilarious comedian and talented actress Katsy Chappell on the podcast. Katsy shares her comedy and entertainment path with her infectious comedic storytelling style and drops words of wisdom throughout the episode. Some shows and movies where you may have seen Katsy include: Hollywood Squares, Roseanne, In Living Color, and True Lies. She also killed it on Star Search making it to the semi-finals. Katsy also talks about life as a 300 pound woman and shares her experience as a model. We talk broken bones and recovery and hitting that wall and taking a break from Hollywood. Joleen and Katsy share their experiences performing for our troops overseas and Katsy talks about breaking bones and the pain that made it hurt to walk. We talk weight loss and diabetes and having to relearn how to eat. We also talk soap making and crafting.

We asked for mental health advice from our listeners and shared those as well, so thank you all for contributing! Be sure to join our facebook page for a great community of love and support. https://www.facebook.com/dealwithitpodcast/

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THE CHECK-IN: Andy is excited to be going to Denver to see her bestie Sarah and we talk about the importance of friendship for our mental health. And Joleen is very sweaty! 🙂


“I’m still the sweatiest girl on Runyon.”

“I’ve got my big cotton underwear on so I knew I’d be okay.”

“I only tip because I want people to like me…”

“My family made bets on when I’d come back to Oklahoma! Most of them are dead now.”

“I moved to La from Oklahoma and my first musical out here was Oklahoma! I was the only black person in the whole show!”

“I opened up a savings account in Intercourse Pennsylvania, just so I could see intercourse on the mail!”

“Don’t oh no me! I’m alive!”

“If you get into an accident, have them take you to USC, because every doctor is gorgeous!”

“I self medicated at Waffle House.”

“I was a junk food vegan.”


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