This is the second of our three-show set at the People's Improv Theater in beautiful New York, New York. Thanks to everyone who came out!
Comedian and host Hasan Minhaj joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of sneaker collecting culture, concert experiences, and Hasan's new show on PBS.
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Alison Stevenson writes regularly for Vice, and blogs here. She’s doing The Business in San Francisco on June 18th.
Check our Barunka’s BBC TV show Up the Women.
Chris Fairbanks is playing in July and has his other live dates up here.
Catch Tom Meeten in Noel Fielding’s series Luxury Comedy.
We’re dedicating this episode to Rik Mayall who died suddenly last week. He was a massive influence on a lot of modern comedy, particularly for the parts he played in The Young Ones, Bottom and Blackadder. Here’s a nice bit of Rik being silly while doing the Bottom Live! Stage show. RIP.
This week, on a Very Special Father’s Day episode of One Bad Mother, Biz and Theresa revisit the always-festive topic of Mom Guilt, and try to create a safe space to admit we don’t always like being a mom (eek). Plus, baby vomit! Instead of calling a mom this week, in honor of the holiday we welcome our partners, Jesse Thorn and Stefan Lawrence, into the studio and chat with them about all the changes over the last year and hear their genius and fails!
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Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amran, Hot Jams For Teens (www.adiraamram.com, available on iTunes)
"But You Love Me, Daddy (with Jim Reeves)" by R. Stevie Moore (http://www.rsteviemoore.com/)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans
This week, we chat about the Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise action flick Edge of Tomorrow, which (spoiler alert) WE LOVED! Plus, isn't it about time for Tom Cruise to be a movie star again? Rhea and Ricky pitch some movies with that goal in mind.
Make sure you check out some of Dan Ronan's work.
Next week we'll be watching Machete Kills, which is available now on Netflix Watch Instant.
Throwing Shade has gone Global. Kind of. We have the incredible musical stylings of Danish singer MØ, who's just coming off a sold-out US tour. And Bryan is fresh back from a trip to Mexico! Meanwhile, Erin worked all weekend and found paintings in her bushes. She also goes to Brazil and takes a look at the World Cup's ridiculous and sexist ads, while Bryan looks at the Texas GOP's new party platform, which includes a sentence endorsing gay conversion therapy. Turns out, Texas is the most foreign place of all.
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Stephanie brings the case against her brother Mitch. They live at home with their parents and can't agree - who should get the coveted driveway spot and who should trudge through the mud to get to their car?
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Well, Bryan is back from Mexico and he brought with him his best friend Ruth and an army of feral cats. Plus the Texas GOP is taking one step forward, two steps back (MC Skat Kat style) in their party platform language. Luckily guest Mø is here to sing and make everything right again.
Chris Farah (@ChrisLFarah) joins the ladies to discuss homeless people, theater in LA, tantric sex, This American Life, messiness, Chinese cookies and more! Then, the mail man (@RobertBuscemi) talks about the Ant Man like powers of all mail men. Produced by David Janove, theme song by Zach Ames.
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This week on Sawbones, Dr. Sydnee and Justin are stealing your grandpa's body and selling it on the open market to celebrate their history of corpse theft.
Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers