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The Greatest Generation Ep 149: A Throbbing, Turgid McGuffin (S6E24)

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When Lieutenant Riker finally gets picked up after eight years of perfecting his jack-kata in seclusion, he finds out that a perfect copy of him has been living his life, neglecting his girlfriend, and making choices in his career. Now the full-bearded yellow shirt is trying to win back Troi, complete the mission, and take down a few hands of poker while he’s at it. Is Night Bird a sex move? Which Riker has the more gruesome second quarters? What’s the saddest onion? It’s the episode that was recorded on a dark and stormy night.

The Adventure Zone Ep. 66. The Stolen Century - Chapter Seven

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Our heroes' long, forgotten journey comes to an end.

Music: "Relic" by Reeder - https://iamreeder.bandcamp.com/

Episode 12 - Punching Out written by Jonathan Goldstein & John Francis Daley

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Guests: 
Kyle Bornheimer as Kenny
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Cedric Yarbrough as Hank
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Thomas Lennon as Bob
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Robert Ben Garant as Man’s Voice/Mr. Barnhill
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Janet Varney as Old Lady/Janice/Jenny
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Craig Cackowski as Anderton/Dane/Lonny
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Alessandra Torresani as Shawna
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Ben Schwartz as Jake/Byron
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Carlos Alazraqui as Flam/Customer
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Ana Ortiz as Stacy
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Andrew Reich with Stage Directions

In this episode of Dead Pilots Society, Ben Blacker interviews Jonathan Goldstein & John Francis Daley (Spider-Man: Homecoming, Horrible Bosses) regarding their dead pilot, Punching Out. You'll also listen to a never-before-heard live table read of Punching Out performed by some of today's funniest comedic actors.

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TS293: Whole Foods, Gay Cakes, Goop, Guest Sarah Pappalardo from Reductress

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Show: 
Throwing Shade

Have you ever been accosted by a grocery store psychic? Are you the only representative of your age demographic at the Sound of Music Sing-A-Long? Are you tired of hearing from anti-gay bakeries? Are you putting too many things in your vagina? Is Reductress, the funniest place on the internet, the only thing that makes you LOL IRL WTF AARP? If you answered yes to ALL OF THESE, this episode is for you!

Judge John Hodgman Episode 319: Common Law Carriage

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Blythe brings the case against her boyfriend Mac. Mac thinks he should have free rein to borrow Blythe’s car. But Blythe wants him to ask for her permission each time. Who’s right? Who’s wrong?

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Bullseye With Jesse Thorn: A$AP Ferg and Dr. Katz

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
A$AP Ferg
Guests: 
Jonathan Katz

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Photo: Jesse Thorn

A$AP Ferg on how to form a successful hip-hop collective

Rapper and fashion designer A$AP Ferg was born Darold Ferguson and grew up in Harlem's Hamilton Heights neighborhood. Together with A$AP Rocky, A$AP Bari and many more, he established himself as one of the best MCs in the New York hip hop collective A$AP Mob. In 2013 he released his first solo record, Trap Lord, which included the hit single "Shabba", which hit #7 on the Billboard hot 100. Ferg has spent the last couple of years cultivating a sound that's totally unique, touching on genres like trap, house, soul and dubstep. He's achieved this by working with artists like the girl group Haim, Bone Thugs N' Harmony, Missy Elliott, and more.

A$AP Ferg and Jesse talk about how attending an arts high school fueled his creativity and allowed him experiences he wouldn't of otherwise had. They talk about the beginnings of A$AP Mob, and the death of his dear friend and A$AP Mob co-founder A$AP Yams.

A$AP Ferg's latest album Always Strive and Prosper is out now, and has a new mixtape called Still Striving coming out in August. And don't forget to check out his clothing line Traplord.

Click here to listen to Jesse's interview with A$AP Ferg!


Photo:Michael Fein

Jonathan Katz on Dr. Katz Professional Therapist

Jonathan Katz is best known for Dr. Katz Professional Therapist, his animated hit TV series from the 1990's that aired on Comedy Central where he voiced Dr. Katz. It was one of their weirdest animated TV shows on air at the time. Katz took the saying, "stand up is therapy for comedian's" and made a whole show based around it, having a whole host of characters on the show played different comedian's in his circle, all to be seen by Dr. Katz. Since the show went off the air in 1999, Katz has kept writing and doing standup.

Jonathan tells Jesse what it was like working with Robin Williams, when he was on tour with his then popular TV show Mork & Mindy. They talk about how he created Dr. Katz Professional Therapist, and the revival of that show in audio form. Plus, they talk about multiple sclerosis, and how it has affected his stand-up career.

Jonathan's Dr. Katz: The Audio Files is available on Audible now.

Click here to listen to Jesse's interview with Jonathan Katz!

The Outshot: Prince's Sign O' The Times

Jesse makes a case for why the now 30 year old Sign O' The Times is Prince's most essentially Prince album.

Click here to listen to Jesse's outshot on Prince's "Sign O' The Times"!

MBMBaM 361: Gelsey Krammer

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Hey kids, it's me, your pal Alan Alda. I saw you getting ready to send that Tweet, and I just wanted to say: Twitter is real-life dangerous. The things you put online are like really fast cars, and so: Responsibility. Thanks again, from me, Alan Alda.

Suggested talking points: #MamboNo5, Nipple Shrapnel, The Toe, A Frequency Situation, Fondue Rules, A Giant's Eye, Navy Bean, Friles and Nasier

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 486: Dessert Girth with Brea Grant

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Guests: 
Brea Grant

Jordan and Jesse take a break from talking about the toothsome new Mitsubishi hybrids we all love to have some fun with glamorous actress turned podcaster Brea Grant. They get into Brea’s fiancé’s decision to wear baseball pants to bed, the intricacies of Jordan’s new fidget cube, and the time Brea played a character who killed people with her giant breasts. Plus, Jordan pitches a new SyFy movie called Shadow Shark.

The Greatest Generation Ep 148: Just For Mensign (S6E23)

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When Worf tampers with a smoke detector in his quarters, he's given a leave of absence to think about what he's done. But after a DNA test comes back positive for "deity," this new leader's presence creates political problems for the Klingon empire. How attached is Worf to his loaf? Can a holodeck babysit a child? Is Mr. DNA also Clippy? It's the episode that's like one long dead-air joke.

One Bad Mother Episode 210: What Will It Take To Get You Into Some Self-Care Today?, Plus Kazoo Magazine

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Show: 
One Bad Mother
Guests: 
Erin Bried

Biz and Theresa wonder what needs to happen, how much money it would take, how many magic wishes we’d need or who’s permission needs to be given for us to actually commit to self-care. Is 100 magic wishes enough? Maybe the actual self-care we are looking for isn’t a physical act, but instead an internal one. Or maybe we just need to go out for milk…in the Bahamas. Plus Biz is getting the band back together, Theresa can't get the splinter out and we talk to Erin Bried, founder and Editor in Chief of the awesome magazine for girls, Kazoo!

Kazoo Magazine: http://www.kazoomagazine.com
Twitter: @kazoomagazine

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Show Music
Opening theme: Summon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com)
Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Mom Song, Adira Amram, Hot Jams For Teens (http://adiraamram.com, avail on iTunes)
Telephone, Awesome, Beehive Sessions (http://awesomeinquotes.com, also avail on iTunes)
Closing music: Mama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the Butterbeans

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