Lisa Malone reads letters she was required to write home as a youngster visiting England, letters funnier now than when they were first written.
Will Seymour shares a letter that has been in his family for over a 140 years, a letter that gives us a vibrant taste of place and history.
Jill Demby Guest returns to the letter show to read part two of a series of letters written to her partner who passed away suddenly.
Chris Sheets and Grant Baciocco improvise letters based on the audience suggestion of "camp"
Sandy Adomaitis wrote a letter to the cold case detective investigating the murder of her dear friend and received back a response that touched Sandy, and the audience, deeply.
Jonathan Menchin, the superb musician on this episode, reads a letter written to an old friend about success, tenacity and what happens when we give up.
Jayne Entwistle, To Whom It May Concern Producer, reads an ode to the costumed mascots of the world.
Laura Parker writes a spirited letter to the perpetrator of a Los Angeles road rage incident.
Robin Roberts reads a letter she received as a little girl from Mattel about appropriate Barbie Fan Club etiquette.
Steve La Rue shares a beautiful condolence letter he received upon the passing of his Father.
Ben Siemon improvises a ridiculously funny letter based on the audience suggestion of a "bad haircut"
Allyson Adams shares a heart-felt letter she wrote to Paris Jackson.
To Whom It May Concern Producer Jayne Entwistle writes a letter to American Express, about the perils of sticking your finger where it doesn't belong!
The musician for this episode is Adam Levy
Carolyn Martone reads a letter she wrote to Aaron Spelling when she was only nine years old. Children of the eighties, this will awaken fond memories of watching Fantasy Island and The Love Boat! We'd like to add that Carolyn's letter is so funny, she tours with the show "Mortified!"
Will Link pens an honest letter to Juno Screenwriter Diablo Cody about their awkward first encounter.
Erin Rodman returns to the letter show with a letter to her second Hollywood boss. We thought her first boss was outrageous?
Peggy Etra, a letter show veteran, improvises a priceless rant based on the audience suggestion; no parking on her street for three months.
Jayne Entwistle, To Whom It May Concern Producer, discloses her horror at sucking up actor Ned Beatty's toothbrush with a vacuum cleaner.
The musician for this episode was letter show favourite, Aaron Gilmartin!
Adam Gropman shares real letters from camp that can be found in the book Mortified: Real Words, Real People
Michelle Seipp writes a letter to the co-workers who kept her going in what was surely the job from Hell.
Jess McKay shares what happens when an actor willing to play his role to the ultimate end meets up with an internet scammer.
Sarah McChesney and Grant Baciocco improvise letters based on the audience suggestion of buying a puppy on Craigslist.
Anna Metcalf reads a letter written by her Grandmother at a time when the World was a much different place.
Jayne Entwistle, a producer on To Whom It May Concern, reads a letter to the heartless criminal who stole her 1984 Oldsmobile.
The musician for this episode was William Hawkins.
Christine Schoenwald returns to the letter show with letters to and from her childhood days at camp!
Jayne Entwistle, a To Whom It May Concern Producer, reads a letter to her Uncle Al about the time he almost arrested her, twice!
Kevin Berntson improvises a letter based on the audiences answers to the following prompts, name a chain store: "Best Buy" and name an object you would find at Best Buy: "an adapter"
Tanya McClure reads a no holds barred letter to her body.
Eric Weston returns to the letter show under the guise of reprising his toilet training his cats letter. what he really had in mind was an epic first for the letter show and quite possibly an epic last!
The last letter show of the year and we had some banner letters and the return of one of our favourite musicians!
Kelsea Burke shares a letter about how her obsession with Mariah Carey almost broke her neighbour's marriage.
Alex Stein reads an acerbic letter to a questionable, self-proclaimed guru.
In a powerful letter, India Dupre shares her heartbreaking experiences as a child torn from her Mother and forced into child slavery in an Australian workhouse.
Mary Jo Smith returns to the letter show, this time as the guest improviser. We asked the audience; what family member is Mary Jo writing to and what happened at the holidays last year. The resulting letter is very very funny!
Jill Demby Guest reads an eloquent and beautiful letter to the recently passed love of her life.
To Whom It May Concern producer, Jayne Entwistle, reprises her letter to jolly old Father Christmas!
Don Black of GHIANT returns to the letter show as the musician for the evening.
Jonathan Braedley Welch reads a letter to a version of himself newly arrived in Los Angeles one year ago!
Liz Brown pens a letter to the questionable folk who gather outside her window at 2:00 in the morning.
Thessaly Lerner is not only the musician on this episode, playing ukulele alongside Adam Brown on Banjo, she also reads letters from the family farm in the early 1900's.
Dan O'Connor, of IMPRO Theater fame, beautifully improvises a letter in the style of Jane Austen.
Abby Schachner shares letters from her families checkered past.
Jayne Entwistle, a producer for To Whom It May Concern, reads a letter to the first person she met in Hollywood.
Grant Baciocco, a letter show favourite, reads a letter he wrote as a child to his all-time hero.
Arlene Schindler reconnects with an old flame on Facebook and the results are...compelling.
Robin Roberts shares a letter from a professor that goes to show teachers don't always know best.
Patrick Bristow and Grant Baciocco improvise a strange and hilarious burst of correspondence based on the audience suggestion of a "cease and desist" letter.
Jessi Trauth shares a letter from a dear friend that helped guide her through her darkest hour battling a debilitating sickness. This show marked not only the one year anniversary of her sickness taking hold but also her return to the stage on her road to recovery.
Jayne Entwistle, To Whom It May Concern Producer, reads an homage to the bartenders of Los Angeles.
The musician for this episode is the amazing Madeline Tasquin.
Erin Rodman reads a letter to her first Hollywood boss which sheds some light on what goes on behind the camera!
Mark Miller reads a letter to a Soul mate he has yet to meet.
Based on the audience suggestion of Iguana Fancy, John Pirruccello improvises an angry letter to the editor of the fictitious magazine.
Peggy Etra shares a letter she wrote to two sisters she does not know who inadvertently included her in a three week long text war!
Jayne Entwistle, producer of To Whom It May Concern, reads a letter to the Graduate School that tested just how far she was willing to go for an education.
The musician for this episode was Sheldon Botler
Greg Veneklasen returns with the Archie Letters. In this installment, Greg's Great Great Grandfather Archie is weathering out a storm on Thanksgiving Day 1919 that threatens to wash away the tent, thanksgiving dinner and the pie he has been promised by the camp cook.
Christine Blackburn, who has her own podcast called "Storyworthy", reads letters she wrote to her big sister when she was nine years old. Apparently, The Fonze played an important roe in her formative years!
Mindy Sterling and Kevin Berntson (both Groundlings Alums) improvise letters from an auto shop to a customer that leaves the audience screeching!
Deana Barone reads an honest, albeit intense, letter to an ex-boyfriend that has an interesting outcome.
To Whom It May Concern's Producer, Jayne Entwistle, reads a desperate letter to the Discovery Channel.
The musician for this episode was Mike Bauer.