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The Greatest Generation Ep 127: Legit Fangoria (S6E2)

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When the Entrepreneur finds another broken down scout ship, Barclay’s clever plan to get over to the ship doesn’t go unpunished. Thrown into a paralyzing inner struggle, the only way the young lieutenant can confront his fear of being swept up in the matter stream is by grabbing onto a turd for dear life. When was the last time Reg or Miles used conditioner? Where are the admirals who have been in the shit? Did Barclay take a page from the Chaotic Bro playbook? It’s the episode that will trigger a deluge of complaints from the Betazoid alternative medicine community.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 475: Johnny Guac and Cheese with Chris Fairbanks

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Guests: 
Chris Fairbanks

Fan favorite Chris Fairbanks joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the most popular monster trucks, half jingles from commercials you can't quite remember, and Chris's upcoming hip replacement surgery.

MBMBaM 350: The 2018 Olympic Laser Tag Team

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We've got over 350 hours of podcasts under our belt, which, according to Malcolm Gladwell, means we've fully mastered the craft. We're turning our attention to loftier endeavors, now: Namely, training up the greatest laser tag outfit this world has ever known.

Suggested talking points: Before Transformers and the Furious, Hidden Gold, Laser CQC, Downton Bluejeans, Video Game Talent Show, Riding a Bike, The True Island Time King

The Greatest Generation Ep 126: Mad Pleating (S6E1)

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When the Enterprise crew is hot on the trail of some inter-dimensional murderers, they can't help but dress for the occasion. But when the second in a two part episode (which could really have been three, or only one) devolves into an incoherent mess, we decide to rewrite it ourselves. What is the one impression we refuse to do? What do Data snitches get, if not stitches? How much less is less, and how much more is more? It's the episode that does not lack conviction!

One Bad Mother Episode 199: Do You Like Me?, plus Kiera Butler, Senior Editor at Mother Jones

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Show: 
One Bad Mother
Guests: 
Kiera Butler

This week on One Bad Mother, Biz and Theresa wonder why stepping foot into elementary school can churn up our own personal anxiety about making friends as adults with other parents. Is it all in our minds or should we just hang out behind the cafeteria and start smoking? Plus Biz gives up the bottle, Theresa takes up the bottle and Kiera Butler, a senior editor at Mother Jones joins to talk about the silence surrounding birth related injuries.

The Mother Jones Piece: http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/01/childbirth-injuries-prolapse...

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Mom Song, Adira Amram, Hot Jams For Teens (http://adiraamram.com, avail on iTunes)
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Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans

TS281: Baking, HB2, Male Contraception

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Show: 
Throwing Shade

This week Bryan gets revolutionary news from Derrick, while Erin shares her disastrous one day Palm Springs adventure. Also, North Caroline Governor Roy Cooper finally showed his true colors and instead of repealing HB2 like promised created a compromise bill instead, and a new male contraception technique called RISUG is getting ignored by every drug manufacturer in the US. 

Judge John Hodgman Episode 307: Too Many Cooks Spoil the Borth

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Guests: 
Kurt Braunohler

Thank you to everyone who donated during MaxFunDrive 2017! We appreciate your support and truly cannot make this show without it.

Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn are back in chambers this week to clear the docket! Guest Kurt Braunohler joins them to discuss cases regarding tacos, culture recommendations, a dispute against the Judge himself and more!

Here are the photos Shalyn sent us of the demise of her very own Nightmare Gerbil.

Kurt Braunohler's new Comedy Central special Trust Me is available to stream now on Comedy Central's website with your cable login details and on Amazon. You can also get the album on iTunes.

Kurt's new podcast, Wedlock, which he co-hosts with his wife Lauren Cook, premiers on Audible on April 20. You can listen to the trailer here. His other podcast, Emotional Hangs, is available on Feral Audio, and wherever you download podcasts.

Sign up for Judge Hodgman's newsletter at bit.ly/hodgmail. If you're in the Western, MA area this summer, make sure to check out the Solid Sound Festival, where Judge Hodgman is hosting the Comedy Stage. Judge Hodgman's newest book Vacationland is also available for pre-order at bit.ly/painfulbeaches.

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The Greatest Generation Ep 125: The Manure is the Only Thing That’s Missing (S5E26)

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When an overdramatic tour guide reveals a Data head at the end of some San Francisco sightseeing, the Entrepreneur crew is thrust into a tense temporal thriller. But before long, the tone shifts, and the show returns to its roots of daring viewers to come back after their summer break. Are we going to get the rest of our socks in the next episode? Why is Data a liar in this episode? It’s an episode that starts off in an Undiscovered Country, but gets lost in Back to the Future Part III.

International Waters Ep 95: Psychics and Brussels Sprouts

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Sarah Morgan, Dave, Andy Kindler, Chris Martin, and Scott Thompson
Guests: 
Andy Kindler
Guests: 
Scott Thompson
Guests: 
Sarah Morgan
Guests: 
Chris Martin
Guests: 
Dave Holmes

Andy Kindler, Scott Thompson, Sarah Morgan and Chris Martin join host, Dave Holmes for swinger party talks, vampire leprechauns debates, and the wonders of US drinking culture.

Andy Kindler wants to plug his very first Just for Laughs Speech from 1996 and recommends you check out up and coming comedian Scott Thompson.

Scott Thompson wants to plug What Would Sal Do? and recommends Girls on HBO.

Sarah Morgan recommends The Regular Features Podcast and Alice Lowe's Prevenge.

Chris Martin wants to plug The Carl Donnelly and Chris Martin Comedy Podcast and recommends Crashing on HBO and Blink by Malcolm Gladwell.

And finally, Dave Holmes is on Twitter @DaveHolmes and hosts his live quiz show, The Friday Forty at LA’s Meltdown Theatre on the second Friday of every month.

You can let us know what you think of International Waters and suggest guests through our Facebook group or on Twitter.

Written by Sarah Morgan and Riley Silverman, recorded at MaxFunHQ in LA, produced by Jennifer Marmor, Laura Swisher and Christian Duenas.

MBMBaM 349: Face 2 Face: Remembering How to Do Live Shows in Portland

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Listen in to our nearly two-hour-long live show in beautiful Portland, Ore., which we performed after not doing a live show for over six months. It was also our first live show using lavalier mics, which led to a lot of what we in the comedy industry like to call "working the room."

Suggested talking points: Identity Coupon, Magic Fight, JRMY, Bespoke Munch Squad, Plane Refund, Cyberpiracy, Orgasm Howl, Dick Pic Pokedex, Toot Hypnosis, Dr. Dr., Pee Encounters, Interruptions

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