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Wonderful! Ep. 2: The Most Powerful Butt

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Wonderful!

We hope you like hearing about arcane Four Square rules, because, Good Lord, do we go on a deep dive in this episode. We also talk about The Best New Animal, and some of our favorite food shapes.

Music: "Money Won't Pay" by Bo En and Augustus: https://open.spotify.com/track/5hs2nY40aeqM0mpP8SBOon

The Greatest Generation Ep 171: Warp Salieri (S7E20)

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When Admiral Nechayev comes aboard, Picard would almost rather be relieved of command than carry out her orders. The mission coincides with Wesley’s Spring Break, and he’s eager to do some sweet bong rips to get out of the funk he’s been in. Is Worf the George of TNG? Why not deploy the Paul Sorvino Solution? Was anybody woke in the 90s? It’s the episode with all the pan flute. COOL!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 497: Meat Chute Meet Cute with Rob Huebel

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Rob Huebel

Rob Huebel joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan's new romantic comedy serial killer movie idea, Rob's recent Keanu Reeves sighting, and his new star-studded show on YouTube Red, "Do You Want to See a Dead Body?"

The Greatest Generation Ep 170: Four Octaves of Intelligence Range (S7E19)

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When Worf fires a photon torpedo that goes off course, Picard and Data go on a road trip to retrieve it. Meanwhile, Dr. Crusher’s cure for Lt. Barclay’s flu ends up being a step in the wrong direction. How many arboretums are there? Is Nurse Ogawa’s relationship moving too fast? Is Kevin coming to Deep Space Nine? It’s the episode that’s a really beautiful tableau.

Who Shot Ya?: Episode 1 Goon: Last of the Enforcers with Jason Jones

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Who Shot Ya?
Guests: 
Ricky Carmona
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April Wolfe
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Alonso Duralde
Guests: 
Jason Jones

In the premiere episode of Who Shot Ya?, Ricky Carmona, Alonso Duralde (The Wrap), and April Wolfe (LA Weekly) take a call from former Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones, on set in Calgary taping season four of his TBS show The Detour. He tells the panel how insane Canada's obsession with hockey is, why their skating rinks cannot be bought, and what hockey films he ranks as the best that were ever made. In addition, the panel will compare Goon with the new sequel, Goon: The Last of the Enforcers.

Weekly Movie Recommendations:

Alonso - Marwencol
April - Buster's Mal Heart
Ricky - A Man Called Ove

With Alonso Duralde, April Wolfe, and Ricky Carmona.

Guest: Jason Jones can be found starring in The Detour.

You can let us know what you think of Who Shot Ya? at @WhoShotYaPod on Twitter. Or email us at whoshotya@maximumfun.org
Produced by Casey O'Brien and Laura Swisher for MaximumFun.org.

Judge John Hodgman Episode 329: He Bed, She Bed

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Tom brings the case against his wife, Myranda. Myranda complains that Tom’s snoring and other nighttime habits keep her awake. She wants to start sleeping in separate bedrooms, but Tom is opposed. Who's right? Who's wrong?

EVIDENCE

Judge Hodgman's newest book Vacationland is available for pre-order at bit.ly/painfulbeaches. To find out if he is coming to your city on his book tour, visit JohnHodgman.com/tour. You can also read more of the Judge's verdicts regularly in his Judge John Hodgman column in the New York Times Magazine.

Tickets are still available for Judge John Hodgman at the London Podcast Festival on September 14 and September 16. Get yours now! If you have a dispute to submit in London, big or small, send it in at MaximumFun.org/JJHo!

If you're already attending the London Podcast Festival, make sure to see Judge Hodgman on the Song by Song Podcast right after JJHo on September 14! He'll join hosts Martin Zaltz Austwick and Sam Pay along with Helen Zaltzman to discuss the first three tracks of Tom Waits' album "Rain Dogs." Tickets are available HERE!

You can also see more of Bailiff Jesse at the London Podcast Festival. He and Jordan Morris are bringing Jordan Jesse Go! with special guests Nick Hornby and Helen Zaltzman to Kings Place on September 15. Tickets are available HERE!

Jesse and JJHo producer Jennifer will also be taking part in the Podcast Maker Weekend at the London Podcast Festival.

Thank you to Tim Mallos for suggesting this week's title! To suggest a title for a future episode, like Judge John Hodgman on Facebook. We regularly put out a call for submissions.

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The Greatest Generation Ep 169: Taking It Out on the Wall (S7E18)

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When a nacelle engineer totally puts himself into his work, Worf and Troi are tasked with investigating the circumstances of his death. But when Troi starts displaying some similarly troubling feelings, it's up to Worf to keep her from going over the edge. Is LiveJournal a compulsory part of a Starfleet career? Where's the boldest place to kiss someone for the first time? Are there special phasers for the elderly? It's the episode that's only slightly better than Ben Affleck's first film!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 496: Buttryshnikov with Rob Kutner

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Guests: 
Rob Kutner

Jordan and Jesse get weary of the sea and take a break from nautical talk this week and sit down for a chat with Conan writer Rob Kutner about whether or not you should use the cleaning fluid squirter on your windshield, Jordan's experience swimming at the West Hollywood public pool, Vin Diesel's first acting job, and Rob's new graphic novel, "Shrinkage."

Get Shrinkage here!

Or on ComiXology here!

MBMBaM 370: Dax Don't Care

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Justin and Travis have returned from their annual pilgrimage to Margaritaville, and they've got plenty of stories from inside that challenging environment. Griffin wasn't invited, but only because he's forbidden from ever stepping foot into one of Jimmy's restaurants again for the rest of his life. He knows what he did.

Suggested talking points: A Thorough Margaritaville Review, Accidental Bike Thief, Friendship Contract, Fish Vape, Forgotten Serendipity, Winning a Celebrity Twitter Argument

The Greatest Generation Ep 168: Emphatically Vaginal (S7E17)

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When Data’s attempt to become a sculptor coincides with the ship encountering a rogue comet, eldritch emanations from the heavenly body cause him to take his exploration of an ancient art form way too far. Now the Entrepreneur is in ruins, and the only way to save it is for Picard to go incognito. Did we just witness an ice life genocide? Did Word and Geordi doom the ship by leaving a torpedo next to an open flame in engineering? Should Picard just blow up the damn ship? It’s the episode that pauses at vag on its way to treble clef.

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