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CIPYD62: Jeff May and Australian Shepherds

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Jeff May

Hi everyone! Thanks for tuning in! Today on the show we've got Dog's We Met This Week with our wonderful producer Alexis B Preston. You'll also hear a very interesting Mutt Minute about the Australian Shepherd (spoiler: They're not from Australia!). We've got a fabulous Facebook Thread of the Week. Plus, comedian Jeff May joins us to talk about feeding dogs meat from your purse and his deep love for the Shiba Inu! Then, stick around, because we've got some adorable Dog News!

So, grab a friend, give them one of your ear buds, and enjoy the show!

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Episode Zero "Pilot Episode" - Laurel and Holly written by Andrew Reich and Ted Cohen

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Molly Shannon
Guests: 
Sarah Chalke
Guests: 
Hayes MacArthur
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Tony Cavalero
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Kyle Bornheimer
Guests: 
Anna Camp
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Valerie Azlynn
Guests: 
Jamie Denbo

In this pilot episode of Dead Pilots Society, Ben Blacker interviews Andrew Reich (Friends, Rules of Engagement, creator of Dead Pilots Society) regarding his dead pilot, Laurel and Holly. You'll also listen to a never-before-heard live table read of Laurel and Holly, performed by some of today's funniest comedic actors like:

Molly Shannon as Holly
Sarah Chalke as Laurel
Hayes MacArthur as Steve
Tony Cavalero as Tony, Xander
Kyle Bornheimer as Shane
Anna Camp as Rita
Valerie Azlynn as Tanya, Danny
Jamie Denbo as Steph

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CIPYD 60: Jeph Jacques and Canadian Eskimo Dogs

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Jeph Jacques

Wow! Hi! Is that a new shirt? It looks great! We've got a fantastic episode for you this week! Renee tells us all about Lil' Smokey in Dogs We Met This Week and also contemplates if she has fully become a crazy neighbor. You'll learn all about the very strong Canadian Eskimo Dog in Mutt Minute! PLUS we have the very cool JEPH JACQUES on the show to tell us all about his even cooler Great Pyrenees, Shelby! And Hey! Don't stop listening there, because we have some great Dog Tech to help dogs get adopted as well as a fantastic Facebook Thread of the Week! Thank you and ENJOY!

CIPYD 59: Hayley Marie Norman and Collies

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Hayley Marie Norman

Well hello there! Good to see you! We've got a real treat of an episode for you this week! Renee catches us up on all of the great pups she met in Colorado! We have a great Mutt Minute on the Collie, another classic! We also have some very exciting Dog News about just how smart our four legged friends really are! Plus, our very special guest Hayley Marie Norman joins the show to talk about her awesome dog Iggy and her very cool dog dress that we cannot get enough of! Thanks for tuning in and don't forget to share the show with a schnauzer loving friend!

CIPYD 58: Alexis B. Preston and Golden Retrievers

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Alexis B. Preston

Hello wonderful friends! This week we would like to introduce you to our NEW PRODUCER ALEXIS! Like a dog's favorite tennis ball, she is quite a CATCH. We think you're going to really like her. Also she wrote that bad catch joke, not us. This week's Mutt Minute features a classic pooch: the Golden Retriever! Allegra brings us some great Dog News about "Audience dogs." Plus, Renee gives an exciting update about the Goldendoodles in her life in Dogs We Met! Enjoy!

Thank you again to our wonderful listeners for their gifts!

Bullseye: John Mulaney, Nick Kroll & Airto Moreira

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Bullseye
Guests: 
John Mulaney
Guests: 
Nick Kroll
Guests: 
Airto Moreira

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Photo: Jesse Thorn

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney talk Oh, Hello, the failure of “Mulaney” and Alan Alda

John Mulaney and Nick Kroll are well seasoned comedians who have made a name for themselves in many different forms of media. The two met at Georgetown University where they became friends and began creating sketch characters together.
Mulaney was a writer on Saturday Night Live for 6 seasons, where he helped developed many of the shows most recognizable characters. He has also worked as a stand-up comedian, leading to the release of three stand-up specials. He created, wrote, and starred in a semi-autobiographical sitcom called Mulaney which ran on the Fox network.
Kroll is best known for his work on FXX’s The League where he plays the character Rodney Ruxin. He began his career as a stand-up comedian, which led to his work as a writer on Chappelle’s Show and Human Giant. He created and starred in Kroll Show, which ran on Comedy Central for two years.
Jesse sits down with Mulaney and Kroll to discuss their new broadway play, Oh, Hello, the downfall of Mulaney, and how they created their favorite alter ego’s, Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland.
Mulaney and Kroll star as George St. Geegland and Gil Faizon respectively in their new show on Broadway called, Oh, Hello.

Photo: Jesse Thorn

Arito Moreira talks percussion, Jazz Fusion, and Miles Davis

Airto Moreira is a Brazilian born Jazz percussionist and drummer. He has worked as a professional musician since the age of 13, moving to New York in the late 1960’s where he helped develop the “Jazz Fusion” genre of music.
He sits down with Jesse to talk about Brazilian percussion methods, his move to America, and his experience playing with Miles Davis and other great Jazz legends.

The Outshot: Desiigner’s “Tiimmy Turner”

Jesse talks about Brooklyn based rapper Desiigner’s newest single “Tiimmy Turner.” The track combines melody, rapping, and auto-tune to create a very unique Southern Trap record.

Magic Lessons Ep. 205: “Call Your Real Life By Its True Name” featuring Gary Shteyngart

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Gary Shteyngart

This week on Magic Lessons, Elizabeth Gilbert advises Colleen, an advertising executive in New York City, who dreams of being a storyteller but fears it's a frivolous pursuit. Colleen hopes to create a one-woman show, mining stories from her childhood growing up in an Irish Catholic family that ran and owned a bar. Liz calls up the writer Gary Shteyngart for additional expertise on the pain and relief that comes with telling family stories.

Special Guest: Gary Shteyngart is the award-winning author of the novels Super Sad True Love Story, Absurdistan, and The Russian Debutante’s Handbook. Born in Leningrad, his memoir, Little Failure is a candid and moving account of growing up as a Russian emigre in America. Find out more about him and his work at garyshteyngart.com.

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Magic Lessons Ep. 203: "Know the Taste of Failure" featuring Michael Ian Black

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Michael Ian Black

This week on Magic Lessons, Elizabeth Gilbert enlists the comedian Michael Ian Black to help coach Keith, an improv comedy performer in Baltimore. A few years ago Keith fell hard for improv. He took every improv class in Baltimore and but there wasn't a regular space to perform. So he formed a troupe and found a venue, building a vibrant improv community called the Charm City Comedy Project. But, somewhere along the way, he neglected his own dreams of creating a one-man show.

Special Guest: Michael Ian Black is an actor, comedian, and host of the podcast "How To Be Amazing." On TV you can find him on The Jim Gaffigan Show and Another Period. He's also the author of the memoir Navel Gazing: True Tales of Bodies, Mostly Mine, (But Also My Mom's Which I Know Sounds Weird.) Find out more about him at MichaelIanBlack.org

Minority Korner 43: The Rhythm, Olympics, or Queen Sugar is Gonna Get You! (Music Festivals, Olympics, Ava DuVernay, Queen Sugar, LGBT Olympians, Lionel Richie)

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Minority Korner

Nnekay sets The Facebooks a blaze with a debate: are gay men and black women fierce? Is it time to retire this over used phrase? And "When Dez Nuts Attack" will James survive? This could be the last episode for our Korner kid James, but before he goes he'll tell all about his adventures at his first ever music festival 'Outside Lands', and he's got three words for you: Lionel Mutha Fuckin' Richie... ok that was four. The Olympics are here and it's hella sexy, between the names, the shiftlessness, and the USA Men's Gymnastics team who are 'thirsty' for some attention- it might be too much for James to handle. So we'll switch gears and look over the history of LGBT representation and involvement in the Olympics, as we hit record breaking numbers this year. Nnekay has the low down on a new show being headed by two Black Queens of art and entertainment called Queen Sugar. Led by Ava Devernery, it serves as a rally cry to female directors behind a new project on OWN. Who are these ladies collaborating on a new project, and what's it about? In the Quizlet Korner: is the San Francisco Stud gay bar closing? Do you want some cream with your coffee at potential sexy new cafe in England? What beautiful thing has happened to a survivor of the Pulse nightclub attack? Find out this week on Minority Korner!

Tights and Fights Episode 1: Should we really add MORE belts to the WWE?

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Mike Eagle
Guests: 
Hal Lublin
Guests: 
Danielle Radford

Welcome to the inaugural episode of Tights and Fights, the podcast from The Maximum Fun Network that discusses wrestling with the sincerity and hilarity that it deserves.

This week, hosts Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford and Mike Eagle discuss who they hope is the next superstar to make a big return to RAW or Smackdown and their thoughts on the latest angles on WWE TV this week.

Plus, they’ll break down the benefits of downfalls of adding MORE championships to Smackdown and share some recommendations from the world of wrestling that you should check out.

Hosts: Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford and Mike Eagle

Producer: Julian Burrell

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