Nnekay and James are bringing their takes on the issues important to you to the first ever Chicago Podcast Festival, and you won't want to miss it! The show is November 18th at 7:00 PM, and tickets are on sale now! You can get more information at chicagopodcastfestival.org.
Don't miss Barbara, Brandie, and (of course) Tess at a live recording of Lady to Lady at the inaugural Chicago Podcast Festival! Plus, stick around for a Bullseye recording featuring Andre Royo and Dwayne Kennedy -- two great shows for the price of one ticket. The show is November 17th, and kicks off at 7 PM. Tickets are on sale now, and you can get more information about the festival at chicagopodcastfestival.org.
Comedian and Dave's co-author Pat Kelly returns to talk barbecue evasion, baby's day out, and electric toothbrushes.
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Don't miss Bullseye with Jesse Thorn, live at the Chicago Podcast Festival! The show is November 17th at 7 PM, and tickets are on sale now! Lady to Lady will be opening, and announced Bullseye guests include Andre Royo and Dwayne Kennedy. For more information, check out chicagopodcastfestival.org.
Comedian Kyle Kinane joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of craft services at Jordan's work, airplane boarding order, everyone's childhood cool teachers, and costume options for Halloween this year.
Spoiler alert: people are often using the term “spoiler alert” incorrectly! Even brands like Starbucks are getting in on the action! We look into The Great British Bakeoff’s winning recipe, and the main ingredient is humility. Related: anyone else think Paul Hollywood is kinda hot? On Chunch Chat, Lisa goes horse shopping. One of these horses does a fun fast food related trick that helps you aquire hamburgers. On Wiki of the Week, we learn how the phrase “hair of the dog” originated. It’s less about booze and more about actually putting dog hair on your bites. Nate Fernald joins us to talk about his secret love of G.I. Joe and it’s wacky, under appreciated storyline. Did you know that Cobra Commander is a Libertarian? On Expert Hour, breakup expert Mel Birnbaum teaches us how to cut ties with our partners.
When an innocent prank puts a little boy’s life in danger, it’s not great timing for Data’s dad to hijack his mind, and by extension the whole ship. Things go from bad to worse when Data’s brother Lore shows up, and Soong is blinded by fatherly love to Lore’s fairly blatant evilness. What was that situation on the Pakled ship like? What’s gonna happen when Data is up in the stirrups? Where do you buy those blankets for protecting an elevator on moving day? It’s the Klumpiest episode yet!
Bridgid Ryan, Hayes Davenport, Pippa Evans and Marc Haynes join host, Dave Holmes to learn about the differences between Autumn and Fall, inappropriate Halloween costumes and childhood penis incidents.
Marc Haynes wants anyone in New York to keep an eye out for him next week when he's visiting and to help out if he looks to be in difficulty. He recommends Joel Morris and Jason Hazeley's new (to America) Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups.
And finally, Dave Holmes is on Twitter @DaveHolmes and hosts his live quiz show, The Friday Forty at LA’s Meltdown Theatre on the second Friday of every month. Dave's new book Party of One is out now.
Dave would like to recommend the band Beach Slang.
Shocktober continues! On this episode we discuss the Flatliners-esque Lazarus Effect. More specific shownotes canceled on account of Dan’s sick.
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Immigrants get the job done, and that extends to curing a mysterious disease once blamed on everything from bad corn to summertime. This week, Dr. Sydnee and Justin introduce you to the doc who cracked the case.
Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers