Neil and Paul join Jesse and Jordan to talk about Wyoming, the new Pee-Wee movie and more.
Jesse and Jordan host this show featuring friends of Jordan, Jesse, Go! at The Ice House in Pasadena. Join us at the intimate Stage Two for long sets from great comics you know and love from Jordan Jesse Go.
Tickets only $15 (note that only the 8PM show is JJGo hosted and themed). This month our headliner is one Mr. Marc Maron, and we're featuring the great Chris Fairbanks, the amazing Al Madrigal and the brilliant DC Pierson.
Comedian Marc Maron, host of WTF joins Jesse and Jordan to play Would You Rather with Jim Real, The Master of Would You Rather, and to talk about baseball coaches, family and long-distance car travel.
Paul Provenza, comic and host of Showtime's The Green Room, joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about Magic Johnson, first dates and things that happen in Vegas.
Rob Huebel joins Jesse and Jordan, and puppy adoption talk turns dark, along with almost every other subject anyone brings up. Except MILF Island. That subject maintains a pretty steady keel.
D.C. Pierson, novelist, standup and member of Derrick Comedy joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about magazines, television shows and more.
June Diane Raphael from NTSF:SD:SUV:: and How Did This Get Made joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss childbirth, medical marijuana, and other important stuff.
Jordan and I are the guests on today's Adam Carolla Show. You can check out the show here. We had a blast as usual. It's a pleasure to share a set of mics with a guy as hilarious as Carolla is.
We talked on the show about childbirth, about Adam's conviction that movie stars should not have to prostrate themselves before children and geeks, and more.
If you want to hear Adam on The Sound, you can check that out here.
(By the way - there's been some controversy around Carolla that cropped up since we recorded this. I didn't hear the show in question, but I've heard many Carolla shows. He says plenty of stuff I don't agree with, and sometimes things that genuinely bother me, but I think he's a decent guy and not hateful. Saying stupid and outrageous stuff sometimes is his job as a talk radio guy and comedy guy. I think he's really smart, funny and interesting, and in my personal experience, a nice, considerate man. So that's my position on that.)
Andy Kindler joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss methods and aesthetics of baby transportation, pleasure waves, going over the top and more.