When Riker’s daddy comes aboard, his sexual magnetism finally meets its match. After a few days of bickering, it all comes to a head in an American Gladiator match that gives Code of Honor a run for its money in the racism department. What was Worf’s job interview like? Can the ship's three most socially inept crewmen throw a good party? Will Riker take Picard’s advice on a new way to get off? It’s the episode where Adam opens some cards of his own!
Summer has officially arrived, which means we'll all be putting a lot more ice in our drinks to keep cool as the temperatures rise. But should you be using crushed ice in your drinks, or cubed ice? Mark and Hal get to the bottom of it while also settling on stage names, exploring Mark's father's story pitches, and Snoopy memorabilia.
Adam and Caitlin discuss the bizarre world of funeral conventions, body compositing, and get deep about the afterlife.
Join the sisters for their first-ever live show from the PlayStation Theater in New York City. Not only are classic dares and the latest YouTube dares discussed, you'll actually get to hear the girls attempt some of them. Chubby Bunny!
Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas
Sunday September 25, 2016
London Podcast Festival
90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
The Beef And Dairy Network is the number one podcast for those involved or just interested in the production of beef animals and dairy herds. For the first time, this comedy podcast by Benjamin Partridge is translated into live form. Will it work? Who knows. Sometimes you have to take a leap of faith, like a calf meeting its first cattle grid. Hopefully no one will break their ankles. Likely to feature comedian and king of showbusiness Mike Wozniak.
‘This is a lovely, funny show.’ The Observer
‘wonderfully deadpan’ Chortle.co.uk
Here's a live performance from The Lincoln Theatre, in beautiful, humid Washington D.C.! Join us for a lengthy discussion on soupy gooses, a perplexing audience question about random acts of tap shoes and, of course, the live debut of MUNCH SQUAD.
Oh my goodness! Are you ever in for a treat this week! First, we are joined by special guest host Jesse Thorn. Or, as we like to call him, THE KING. In Dogs We Met This Week, Allegra met some mystery window dogs and Jesse met some mystery flea market dogs! You're gonna learn all about Rat Terriers in this week's Mutt Minute! Plus, a bonus discussion all about children's books! In Dog News this week, a dog-centric senior prank that is somehow both harmless and funny! We are joined this week by professional partier and all-around super star Andrew WK! We talk to him about his childhood dogs, dogs on tour, meeting Lil Bub and so much more! You're not going to want to miss this one folks!
Rashida Jones was born into a showbiz family, but she didn’t always think she would follow in her famous parents’ footsteps. A love of acting lead to roles in shows like Parks and Recreation and The Office and for movie parts including The Social Network and Celeste and Jesse Forever, the later of which she also wrote. Jones currently stars in the TBS comedy, Angie Tribeca.
Rashida Jones talks with Jesse about playing absurdist comedy dead straight, her early dreams of going to boarding school and how those dreams contrasted with her jarring first impressions of Harvard University. Plus she tells us about her childhood experiences hanging out with Michael Jackson’s llama.
Angie Tribeca is now in its second season on TBS.
For artist Ramiro Gomez, the world of the haves and the have-nots are one and the same. His work focuses on affluent communities and their dependence on a community of immigrants, who become culturally invisible. The son of parents who were once undocumented immigrants, Gomez’s body of work has included re-imaginings of the paintings of David Hockney, with domestic workers re-inserted into familiar scenes.
Gomez’s new book, Domestic Scenes: The Art of Ramiro Gomez was created in collaboration with Lawrence Weschler. For over twenty years, Weschler served as a staff-writer for The New Yorker and was the two-time winner of the Polk Award. He is the author of several books including True to Life: Twenty-Five Years of Conversations with David Hockney and A Miracle, A Universe: Settling Account of Torturers.
Ramiro Gomez and Lawrence Weschler sat down with Jesse to talk about Gomez’s experience as a male nanny, how the work of the painter David Hockney influenced his own art and what it’s like to exist in multiple worlds as a both a man of color and a gay man.
Gomez and Weschler’s book, Domestic Scenes: The Art of Ramiro Gomez is available now.
Jesse explores the fun, artistry and dark irony of the of the classic noir film, The Third Man starring Orson Welles and Joseph Cotton.
Comedian Paul F. Tompkins returns to talk about his exhausting tour, Madonna movies, and inventing rap.
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Comedian Hampton Yount joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what the word “choad” means, Jordan’s trip to the mob museum, and Jesse’s experience at the circus.