In the podcast crossover event of the summer, Jordan is joined by Glen Weldon from Pop Culture Happy Hour and Rhea Butcher from Wham Bam Pow for a summer blockbuster breakdown, an exploration of the mystifying nostalgia for Boy Meets World and a discussion of Juggalo homosexuality.
NPR host and writer Linda Holmes joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the Quaker religion, the Television Critics Association, and social clubs for adults.
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Fan favorite Maria Bamford joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan's new possible nickname, Maria's community building, survival stories and everyone performs a special version of the national anthem.
Australian comedian Claudia O'Doherty joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of action hero names, Australian hunks, and Japanese toilets.
Fan favorite Dave Holmes joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of educational tv shows, a cooking class Dave took, and Jesse's experience buying Simon a new bed.
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.
Comedian and radio personality Dave Hill joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of millennial music, terrifying commercials, and Jesse takes a side in the ongoing dads vs. grads feud.
Comedian and podcaster Dave Shumka joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of millennial television shows, non-sexual fetish videos and Jordan's upcoming trip to Burning Man. Plus, long time listener Ronnie joins in to take some momentous occasions and help Jesse find his next car.
• What should Jordan do at Burning Man?
• What kind of car should Jesse get?
On a rare guestless episode, Jordan and Jesse sit down for a discussion of nontraditional pets, Jesse's visit to a german delicatessan, and the guys get a special package of Chinese snacks from Donna the olympian.
They said it couldn't happen again. They tried to stop us from getting back together. "They take two steps forward - but they take two steps back," they said. Well guess what, jerks; opposites attract.
My Brother, My Brother and Me and Jordan, Jesse, Go! are teaming up to provide you an evening's-worth of goofs. Come on down to the Downtown Independent Theater the night of June 13, and we'll all get some good, good quality time going.