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EP. 256 "Cute Doctors" ft. Zainab Johnson

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Show: 
Lady to Lady
Guests: 
Zainab Johnson

Zainab Johnson (@ZainabJohnson) and the ladies dissect the art of flirting with cute doctors, secret weapon desserts, Tess decides to sneak in a another quick marathon, and they discuss the best way men can deal with the guilt they feel after they realize they previously harassed women still in their lives. Produced by Kailynn West, booker Marie Colette, theme song Zach Ames.

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Wonderful! Ep. 15: Big Dog Don't Fall Over

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Wonderful!

Griffin's favorite stuff to do while traveling! Griffin's favorite kitchen tool improvement! Rachel's favorite week-long holiday!

Music: "Money Won't Pay" by bo en and Augustus - https://open.spotify.com/album/7n6zRzTrGPIHt0kRvmWoya

Inside Pop Ep. 104- Best Music of 2017

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Inside Pop

This year we’ve listened to countless hours of new albums and songs and attended dozens of concerts and are now ready to declare our favorite music of 2017! Listen to this very special year-end episode to hear us discuss the artists who delivered music that inspired us, informed us, entertained us, made us want to dance and put us in that special mood!

We also discuss our favorite singles of the year, our most memorable concerts and the new music we’re craving in 2018.

Our favorite albums list includes:

Kendrick Lamar – DAMN

Jay-Z – 4:44

Laura Mvula – The Dreaming Room

Jamila Woods – HEAVN (Check out her video for Blk Girl Soldier )

Khalid – American Teen (Check out his video for Location)

Gorillaz – Humanz

Miguel – War X Leisure (Check out his video for Told You So)

Mavis Staples – If All I Was Was Black

Earl St. Clair – My Name Is Earl

Sampha – Process (Check out his video for (No One Knows Me) Like the Piano)

SZA – CTRL

Lorde – Melodrama (Listen to Liability)

Valerie June – Order of Time (Watch her live performance of Order of Time)

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#146 - Clean Sleigh with Paget Brewster

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Guests: 
Paget Brewster

Mark and Hal tidy up their topic list for the holidays with the help of a returning Paget Brewster, who helps the boys cover everything from music to cookies to trees and everything in between!
See Mark and Hal LIVE in San Francisco on Sunday, January 14th with guests Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher! Get tickets here.

Pizza (LIVE!)

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Show: 
Shmanners

This week it's our live episode from Chicago all about PIZZA! We know we said it was going to be caroling, but due to travel and stuff we had to push it to next week. Still, this episode is way good and you are gonna love it!

MBMBaM 384: Face 2 Face: TORONTO! LISTEN!

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Despite the title of this live episode of My Brother, My Brother and Me, this one's actually from our performance at PodCon 2017 in beautiful, foggy Seattle! Join us as we dive into some pressing Yahoos with the help of our constant guardian, Rock N' Roll Navi.

Heat Rocks, EP 11: Suzi Analogue on Missy Elliott's "Da Real World" (1999)

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Show: 
Heat Rocks
Guests: 
Suzi Analogue

The album: Missy Elliott: Da Real World (Elektra, 1999)

Artist and producer Suzi Analogue originally hails from Missy Elliott's native state of Virginia though these days, she's rooted in Los Angeles, having come up within the city's beat scene. Suzi wanted to talk about what she described as the "underdog" album, Missy's enormously successful yet somewhat forgotten sophomore album, Da Real World, one in a string of five back-to-back platinum LPs for Missy and her production partner, Timbaland. We talked about Missy's creative genius and what that meant for a young girl, growing up in VA.

More on Missy Elliott and Da Real World:

More on Suzi Analogue

Show Tracklisting (all songs from Da Real World unless indicated otherwise):

  • All In My Grill
  • Suzi Analogue: Wildflower (from Zonez V3)
  • Mr. DJ
  • Missy Elliott: The Rain (from Supa Dupa Fly)
  • You Don't Know (feat. Lil Mo)
  • Stickin' Chickens (feat. Aaliyah)
  • Timbaland and Magoo: Up Jumps the Boogie (from Welcome To Our World)
  • Timbaland and Magoo: Clock Strikes (from Welcome To Our World)
  • Bus A Rhyme (feat. Eminem)
  • Crazy Feelings (feat. Beyonce)
  • U Can't Resist (feat. BG and Juvenile)
  • She's a Bitch
  • Beat Biters
  • We Did It

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Bullseye with Jesse Thorn: Judd Apatow & Romesh Ranganathan

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Judd Apatow
Guests: 
Romesh Ranganathan

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Judd Apatow on returning to stand-up comedy after more than 20 years

Judd Apatow is responsible for some of the funniest films and television shows of the past two decades. He got his start in Hollywood mostly by working behind the scenes - he was a writer on “The Larry Sanders Show,” a showrunner on “The Ben Stiller Show” and served as an executive producer on the short-lived NBC cult classic “Freaks and Geeks.”

Apatow has also produced movies like “Bridesmaids” and “Superbad,” and has written and directed plenty of features too, including, “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” “Funny People,” “This Is 40,” and “Knocked Up.”

One of Judd’s true passions is stand-up comedy. When he was a teenager he worked at the East Side Comedy Club in Long Island. Back then he brushed shoulders with comics like Eddie Murphy and Rosie O’Donnell. In 1992, he was featured on HBO’s “Young Comedians Special.” In it, he shares the stage with Ray Romano and Andy Kindler.

Judd Apatow’s new Netflix stand-up special is appropriately called “Judd Apatow: The Return,” it marks his return to stand-up after more than 20 years. His material is sincere and relatable just like many of his films. In the special, he reads terrible poetry he wrote as a teenage to get the crowd going, he jokes about the disastrous time he threw the first pitch for the New York Mets, and he imagines what would happened if he ever decided to smoke pot with his kids. Need we say more!

Jesse talks with Judd about the new comedy special, and why it’s important to him to consciously choose to make his projects more inclusive and diverse.

Click here to listen to Judd Apatow's interview on YouTube!

Photo: Rory James/Flickr

Romesh Ranganathan on how his family's immigrant history informed his comedy

You might not know Romesh Ranganathan yet, but in the UK he’s a big celebrity best known for his stand-up comedy. He’s been a regular on spin offs of “The Great British Bake Off” and “The Apprentice.”

Romesh also hosts a travel show on the BBC called “Asian Provocateur.” In it, he travels around the world reconnecting with his parents’ home country of Sri Lanka. In the second season, Romesh travels to various locations in North America to meet more of his relatives, and his mother, Shanthi, tags along for his adventure.

The highlights of the show often feature Shanthi. She will stop at nothing to chide Romesh whenever she gets a chance. It’s really funny -- dare we say his mom is funnier than him. And Romesh knows this -- his relationship with his hilarious mother often drives much of his stand-up routine.

With hopes of making it big in the states; Romesh just moved to America with his wife, kids, and of course, his mother. He has an upcoming performance at the Greek Theater on Thursday December, 21, and tickets are still available. Romesh’s new comedy special, “Irrational,” was recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo, and is available now. He hosts a podcast called "Hip Hop Saved My Life."

Jesse talks with Romesh about his love of hip-hop, and what it's like going from crying once a month in a corporate bathroom stall to selling out concert halls in London.

Click here to listen to Romesh Ranganathan's interview on YouTube!

The Outshot: 30 Rock’s Dr. Spaceman

Finally, for this week's Outshot: Dr. Spaceman. 30 Rock was a show with a thousand nearly perfect jokes. But there was only one most perfect joke among all those nearly perfect jokes. Jesse talks about what makes Chris Parnell’s portrayal Dr. Spaceman a very good bad doctor.

Click here to listen to Jesse's Outshot on YouTube!

CIPYD 122: Brussels Griffon and Blake the Dog

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Hi there friend!

Have you finished your holiday shopping? Did you remember to get something for your dog? Your favorite crazy aunts are here to help you through the crazy holiday season! This episode, we learn all about the Brussels Griffon in Mutt Minute. Allegra tells us all about the cool new dog she met named Blake! Plus, some very important dog science on the intelligence of cats and dogs.

Grab a Griffon and tune in!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 510: Hammerstice with Josh Gondelman

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Guests: 
Josh Gondelman

Comedian and writer Josh Gondelman joins Jordan and Jesse as they set aside their usual topic and get into Jordan's idea to push Anal August, Jesse's glamorous Star Wars premiere experience, and Josh's AirBnB bait and switch.

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