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@LahnaTurner What's Eating Ralphie May


Stand up comic Lahna Turner joins us today to speak about life after the death of her estranged husband, comedian Ralphie May.

He died while they were in the middle of getting divorced, and it was never finalized. Instead, what could have been an amicable split spiraled into a debacle spanning two different states.

Laura weighs in on the legalities of what Lahna experienced, sharing her expertise on the subject. During the conversation, Lahna also reveals exclusive details about her husband’s addictions and the people who enabled him right up to the day he went into cardiac arrest.

Lahna's shocking divorce story is documented in the forthcoming film "What’s Eating Ralphie May.” For the latest news about the film visit and to educate yourself about divorce tap here.


Highlights from our conversation include the following:

    • Discussion of the family featured in Sunday 9/20’s Modern Love section of The New York Times:
      • Title: Humility Is What Drew Me to Him
      • Written By: Ayad Akhtar
      • Summary: The adult son of Muslim parents learns that his mother chose practicality and propriety over lust, unlike his father when it came to extra-marital affairs.
  • About Ralphie May
    • Standup comedian known for his Comedy Central and Netflix specials.
      • 2003 – participated in first season of Last Comic Standing
      • 2006 – 2012 – He recorded 4 Comedy Central specials
      • 2013 – 2015 – He records 2 Netflix specials
    • About Lahna:
      • Born in Ontario, Canada then moved to Houston as child
      • Attended Texas State University
      • Late 90s - Began her comedy career post-college in Houston where she performed three comedic songs at a local open mic night
      • 2004 – Releases 1st comedy album Dick Jokes & Other Assorted Love Songs
      • 2005 – marries Ralphie
        • They have 2 children: April June (13) & August James (11)
      • 2012 – Releases second comedy album “If These Lips Could Talk”
      • 2014 – Her one-hour television show, “So…I Wrote a Song About It”
      • 2015 – May and Turner begin divorce proceedings
      • 2017 – May dies of cardiac arrest
      • 2017 – Release of “Limeade,” the first visual comedy album