Rapper Open Mike Eagle joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of everyone's favorite pies, Jordan's upcoming trip to Alaska, Jeff Goldblum's attractiveness and Jesse's growing VHS collection.
Fan favorite Dave Holmes joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Dave's experience at Slimmins with Richard Simmons, Jesse's Summer Boi trip to the Berkshires for the Fourth of July, and the true meaning of James Taylor's song Fire and Rain. Plus, Jordan pitches a new name for Macklemore's friend Ryan Lewis and everyone weighs in on pool chilling vs a trip to the beach.
Comedic songstress Bridgid Ryan joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Bridgid's email correspondence with Bridget Ryan, Jordan's story about his carbon monoxide detector going off early one morning, and which Bazooka Joe character names are perfect names for a pet hamster.
Writer Brian Heater joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of virtual reality porno, Brian's visit to a murder hotel, and Jordan's new update to the Summer Boi protocol. Plus, the guys make a new dank meme and cater to the ASMR community.
Comedian and writer Daniel Van Kirk joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what it's like to do whippets, visiting amusement parks as an adult, and new words like "plurnt" and "woke". Plus, Daniel brings a new definition of the word "chode" and the guys start a political movement: #NotAllChodes.
Comedian Hampton Yount joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of what the word “choad” means, Jordan’s trip to the mob museum, and Jesse’s experience at the circus.
America's Best Friend, Judy Greer, joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jesse's butt pain, the charm of a laundromat, and the theater school experience. Plus Jesse starred in a play Jordan wrote in college and Judy comes from a long line of women who light things on fire.
Comedian Randy Leidke joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how both Jesse and Jordan may be too full to podcast, Jordan's @midnight premise dreams, and the monk named Burrito who lived at Jesse's dad's house.
Comedy writer Rob Kutner joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan's first Transformers viewing, Jesse's ideal 3D space documentary, and Rob's new scripted Howl podcast starring Ken Jennings and Weird Al. Plus Jordan dusts off American Accent Liam Neeson for some important voice over work.
Writer and former rapper Jensen Karp joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan's nighttime cat issues, the internet subculture of ruining shoes, and Jensen's friendship with Kanye West before he was famous. Jensen's new book Kanye West Owes Me $300: And Other True Stories from a White Rapper Who Almost Made It Big is out next month and available for preorder now.