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The Greatest Generation DS9 Ep 180: A Real Meet Scary (S1E2)

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When Bashir makes friends with a man who is obviously a spy, the subterfuge, like the tailoring, goes way over his head. But when 90’s hair Bajorans start importing suspicious cargo, the crew will have to take risks far greater than hiding in a changing booth after store hours. Who’s your hall pass from the cast? Has DS9 overcompensated for the potted plant issue? What are Lursa and B’etor hiding with their boobs? It’s the episode where we really strain the portmanteau.

CIPYD 115: David Huntsberger and Icelandic Sheepdogs

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David Huntsberger

Hey there!
What a fun show we have for you! Allegra tells us all about a friendly terrier she met. Renee has a Mutt Minute on the Icelandic sheepdog which *spoiler alert* looks sort of like a chubby fox! Allegra also catches us up on the latest news regarding dogs and affordable yet stylish furniture for your pet! Last but not least, we have the incredibly funny David Huntsberger with loads of incredible dog stories you're going to love!

Snuggle a Spaniel and tune in!

MBMBaM 376: Face 2 Face: Shrimp, Heaven, Live!

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Here's our star-studded live show from the gorgeous King's Theater in Brooklyn, NY! We still cannot believe they allowed us to do a show there. It was irresponsible, is what it was.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 502: If Cats Could Talk with Dan Kennedy

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Dan Kennedy

Jordan and Jesse take a break from their deep dive on Ghengis Khan and his murdering, cannibalistic horde to talk to writer and podcast host Dan Kennedy about Dan's new chill persona, crazy stunts that people have done they pitch to network executives, and Jesse's recent breakfast crisis.

The Greatest Generation: DS9 Ep 179: Wormhole Ambergris (S1E1)

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Ep 178: Wormhole Ambergris (S1E1)

When a reluctant and somewhat recalcitrant Ben Sisko is given command of the worst neighborhood in Starfleet, a tone is set for a very different kind of Trek. But when the locals identify him as potentially playing a major role in their religion, the commander’s commitment to his job comes roaring back. Is the space station a metaphor for urban Detroit? Did someone tell Nana Visitor that she was going to be the star of the series? Is Picard looking at Sisko’s junk? It’s the episode where we trade Picard’s Beavis and Butthead for Sisko’s Woo!

International Waters Ep 108: Allergic to Whale Dander

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Michelle Biloon, Chris Fairbanks, and Dave
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Michelle Biloon
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Chris Fairbanks
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Jessica Fostekew
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Joe Sutherland
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Dave Holmes

Chris Fairbanks, Michelle Biloon, Jessica Fostekew and Joe Sutherland join host, Dave Holmes for terrible dating experiences, spooky celebrity names, and improvised theme song lyrics.

Chris Fairbanks wants to plug One Mississippi and recommends Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle.

Michelle Biloon wants to plug her social media presence and recommends Paper Girls by Brian K Vaughn.

Jessica Fostekew wants to plug his water bottle designs and recommends Channel 4's documentary on Princess Diana.

Joe Sutherland wants to plug the Guilty Feminist podcast and recommends Handmaid's Tale on Hulu.

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. Dave would like to recommend Strictly Business with Derek Contreras.

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

Written by Riley Silverman and John-Luke Roberts, recorded at MaxFunHQ in LA and GuiltFreePost in London, produced by Jennifer Marmor and Christian Dueñas.

Episode 17 - Tuned written by Deborah Kaplan & Harry Elfont

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Daniel Strauss as Nate
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Allison Tolman as Penny
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Retta as Olive
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Jim O’Heir as Arlen/Dr. Singh
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John Ross Bowie as Glenn
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Kate Flannery as Deena
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Tawny Newsome as Jennica/Female cop/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Maria Blasucci as Natalie Morales/Other driver/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Matt Micucci as Oscar/Scott/Penny’s date/New Yorker/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Joel Spence as Doorman/Ken/Hal/New Yorker/Ned/Cab Driver
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Christina Kirk as Bonnie
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Janina Gavankar as Tina/New Yorker/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Andrew Reich with Stage directions

In this episode, Ben Blacker interviews Deborah Kaplan & Harry Elfont (Mary + Jane, Can’t Hardly Wait) regarding their dead pilot, Tuned. You'll also listen to live table read of Tuned, performed by some of today's funniest comedic actors.

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MBMBaM 375: Massage Drone Switcheroo

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Thank you all for joining us as Griffin makes a startling announcement about a decision he's made this fateful, aromatic day. He asks for your patience and your strength in these trying, nasty times.

Suggested talking points: Stinkboy Press Conference, Rory's Bucket, Sexy Bean, Jimmy Buffettttt's Daiquiritown, A Deep Red Color, Rub Runner

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 501: Tempest Flux with Tig Notaro

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Tig Notaro

Tig Notaro joins Jordan and Jesse for a nice chat about the Tig's newfound affinity for casual chit chat on neighborhood walks, the nonsense terms that families use to describe farts, and Tig's search to find the woman who played her mother on her show One Mississippi. Plus, a momentous occasion call adds a pile of intrigue to the show.

The Greatest Generation Ep 178: Vermeer as a Brand (TGG Retrospective)

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When Star Trek: The Next Generation trots out its greatest ambassador for a special retrospective episode, it's only fair that The Greatest Generation does the same. But when the hosts start arguing over the best and worst episodes of the series, it could take more than an intergalactic cheerleader to put their relationship back together. Where did Frakes get his wardrobe? Are Members Only jackets cool again? Is this educational programming? It's the episode that takes advantage of what pretty ladies we are.

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