Jordan, Jesse, Go!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! is a freewheeling comedy podcast about life in your twenties and everything else. Your hosts are Jesse Thorn, "America's Radio Sweetheart," and Jordan Morris, "Boy Detective." More About Jordan, Jesse, Go!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 205: Willenium with Erin Gibson

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Guests: 
Erin Gibson

Erin Gibson of Throwing Shade joins us to talk about the West Hollywood firebomber, the terrifying reign of Mao, the holidays and other light-hearted topics.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 204: Gravy Boat Lighthouse Retrospective with Andres Du Bouchet

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Andres Du Bouchet

Writer and Comedian Andres Du Bouchet brings the cheeseburgers and his opinions to the Chalet where he, Jordan & Jesse discuss Sky Rim avatars, the comedic stylings of Regis and Kelly and of course, the gravy boat lighthouse.

Zac Wolf Shoots Jesse & Jordan

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Before our show last week, photographer Zac Wolf stopped by to shoot some pictures of Jordan and me. He did a wonderful job. You can check out his shots on his tumblog here.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 203: Bone Manor with Maria Thayer

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Maria Thayer from Eagleheart and Strangers With Candy--among others-- joins Jordan and Jesse in the Bone Manor to talk feelings. Like how you feel when you see Bill Murray, being faced with the body of your life's work and Ryan Gosling.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 202: Hot-To-Trot with Matt Belknap

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Never Not Funny and Aspecialthing.com's Matt Belknap treks to the Mountain Chalet to talk with Jordan and Jesse about natural disasters in Los Angeles, charitable giving and the shopping experience at Radio Shack. 'Tis the season!

Comedy For The Cure

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Date: 
12/09/2011 - 19:00 - 21:00
City: 
Long Beach
Venue Name: 
Cal State Long Beach's USU Auditorium

Join Jordan and Jesse as they M.C. Comedy For The Cure!

Comedy for the Cure is not only an effort to bring some great comedy to CSULB, but, more importantly, it is an effort to battle cancer. We’re raising awareness and funds to find cures for leukemia. The statistics are truly heart-breaking; leukemia is the #1 disease killer of children under 14 years of age.

By coming to Comedy for the Cure, you're not only supporting this great cause, for just $5 ($10 for non-students) you will be getting a show that would have been a bargain at twice the price. This can't-miss show will feature some of the best and brightest young comics around.

Standup performances by:

DC Pierson


Dominic Dierkes

Joe Wengert

Eliza Skinner

Daniel Eachus

Andy Kneis

Here's a map of campus

Tickets will be on sale at the door on the night of the event, and on campus at the USU Info Desk beginning Dec. 5th.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 201: Bird Murder with Oscar Nunez

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Oscar Nunez from The Office joins Jordan and Jesse to discuss Belfast Baddasses, how to achieve Alan Alda type celebrity status at the dry-cleaners and of course the plight of the pet pigeon. If you live in an Abyss-like space station at the bottom of the sea and DON'T know when The Office airs, you can catch it on Thursdays 9/8c

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 200: T.R.O.JJGO

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Lost at sea, Jordan and Jesse reminisce over 199 episodes of Jordan Jesse Go, Jesse eats his own foot, Jordan sleeps on a bed of crystals and more.

Jordan Morris Live!

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Date: 
11/20/2011 - 21:00 - 22:45
City: 
Los Angeles
Venue Name: 
IO West in the Del Close Theater

Dearest Friends!

Come see Jordan Morris live on stage at the IO West in the Del Close Theater as he and special guests give a live reading of Jordan's critically acclaimed pilot "Dorm Lordz"

Readers will include past JJGO guests and some guy named Jesse Thorn.

Admission is FREE but bring your wallets as there will be a reception following the show at Stout

It promises* to be amazing!

(promises not guaranteed, void where prohibited)

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 199: Good In Everything with Keith Powell

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30 Rock's Keith Powell joins Jordan and Jesse to serenade a birthday girl, give good advice to America's troubled teens and if there's enough time, sprinkle some gay dust.