Nick "Repeat" Adams joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Disneyland, Jesse's new tree, and they take some sultry momentous occasions.
This episode finds you, the wasteland survivors, after the ravages of the Big Game have already -- excuse the pun -- touched down. We pray you took the necessary precautions, and that our transmission might bring you some comfort in these trying times.
Suggested talking points: Surviving the Game, Utility Hog, Teen Clubz, Love and Marriage, Male Nipples: Explained!, Tweet-fu, Breakfast Socks
If it took you more than three seconds to read this sentence, you're doing it wrong. At least, that's what Ross and Carrie learned at their speed reading class, where they stopped subvocalizing, and learned to groupwordstogethersoyoureadthematthesametime. But will they actually comprehend what they read? We're not gonna tell you! Listen and find out!
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There's lots of talk about Coronation Street, probably too much if we're honest... and some pretty graphic slash fiction. Fun!
You can hear Jesse guesting on the latest series of Danielle Ward’s podcast, Do The Right Thing.
And don’t forget to subscribe to Jasper and Kimberly’s new MaxFun podcast The Goose Down.
Claire and Jona of the band YACHT deconstruct their brand new single Plastic Soul, a fun pop song about human suffering. They explain how technology inspired them musically as well as lyrically, and how they recycle bits of their old recordings to create new songs.
footnotes, references, links:
Amanda Lear - Never Trust a Pretty Face
Improv Troupe BIG BLACK CAR:
Chris Caniglia (Treatment, 30 Rock)
BJ Gallagher (General Hospital, The Apple Sisters)
Ellie Kemper (The Office, Bridesmaids)
Matt Oberg (Ugly Americans, Onion News Network)
Kristen Schaal (Bob's Burgers, The Daily Show, Flight Of The Conchords)
will be joined by special guest KURT BRAUNOHLER (Bunk, Bob's Burgers, Chelsea Lately) as they continue their residency in Week 3 (of 5) of "Storytelling Benefit! (featuring no actual storytelling)"
See Big Black Car now before they once again scatter like dust in the wind.
ALSO featuring a special opening act from ANDY DICK ("NewsRadio", "The Andy Dick Show", "The Ben Stiller Show")
This is a benefit show for Kevin Allison's The Story Studio (the company behind the RISK! podcast and live shows). Please support The Story Studio and help keep RISK! running!
Biz and Theresa try to figure out why it can be so hard to let other people hold your new baby. We also discuss bottle issues and we discover something that Biz can’t do with one hand. Plus, we talk about race and motherhood with Nicole Blades of MsMaryMack.com and author of the article (soon-to-be a book) "Nope! I'm Not the Nanny, Just a Black Mom, Thanks."
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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)
Telephone, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans (www.cornbreadted.com and available on iTunes)
Did you watch the Grammy's and cry when Queen Latifah married gay people? Bryan didn't. This week's show is 100 shades of gray gardens, with special costumes of the day for the Raiderette's discriminatory paying practices, Coke's anti-gay "Share a Virtual Coke" campaign, and special guest Kate Stayman-London, creator of Ladies Against Humanity.
Laugh like nobody's joking.
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Amanda brings the case against her husband Pat. They recently moved to a new neighborhood, and Amanda wants to buy a motor scooter to commute to work and get about town. Pat says it's a dangerous idea, especially for his accident-prone wife.
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