Photo credit WNYC and Casey De Pont.
Friend of the show John Hodgman reads a piece written specially for our live show in New York City, entitled "16 Things to Do in Connecticut Before the Coming Total Collapse of Civilization".
Don't miss Jesse's guest appearance on the latest episode of Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident! Jesse and East Coast Dave Hill discuss MaxFunCon, Ira Glass, corn syrup, secret sex parties, Bushwick Bill and more.
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"Tater disease what brought us Irish!"
Joad Cressbeckler isn't just a great America. He's THE GREATEST American.
Dave and Graham go without a guest and talk about international waters, phony bands, and no references from post-2004.
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Paul Scheer joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss fantasy sports, the etymology of "boner", and more. Tune into FX and watch Paul Scheer on the The League.
In episode two of the Judge John Hodgman podcast, Judge Hodgman settles a dispute between a married couple. The wife says their kitchen sink's built-in dispenser should house dish soap. The husband argues that it should hold hand soap. Only one is correct.
(Thanks for our graphic to Steve Wolfhard.)
Judah Friedlander is a regular on NBC's 30 Rock and the author of How To Beat Up Anybody. He is the World Champion.
Judah joined us on our live show at WNYC to discuss the differences between a Yeti, a Sasquatch and a Bigfoot (and how to beat up all three). He also delineated his strategies for fighting groups of people and even groups of strippers.
When Friedlander's not beating people up, he plays writer Frank Rossitano on 30 Rock. He's had a long and successful career on stage as a standup comic, and his film roles include an acclaimed turn as the Original Nerd, Toby in "American Splendor."
As alluded to in this talk with our pals from the AV Club at the Toronto Film Festival, there's a new British television show / movie called The Trip. This scene, which was described in the afore-linked segment, is a Michael Caine-off between Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. It is totally amazing.