Comedian Nick Thune joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss Thanksgiving, driving under the influence and more.
Jen Kirkman joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss party shirts, dogs, babies and more!
Neal Pollack joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss yoga, yogis, bear claws, danishes, Danes and more. Neal Pollack's new book, Stretch: The Unlikely Making of a Yoga Dude, is a hilarious look at how Pollack learned to love yoga. Danish teen intern Johannes also joins in on the fun.
Paul Scheer joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss fantasy sports, the etymology of "boner", and more. Tune into FX and watch Paul Scheer on the The League.
Big Time Gene O'Neill joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about elaborate ruses. We also talk with Ashkon about his San Francisco Giants anthem Don't Stop Believin'.
Todd Levin talks about writing for Conan, not writing for Swamp People, and more.
His new book, "Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk", can be found at
The Association for the Betterment of Sex website.
Greg Fitzsimmons from Fitz-Dog Radio joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about the Sunset Strip, getting in fights and more.
On this week's Jordan, Jesse, Go!, a caller called in having seen a car done up in the colorful logo of a candy treat. This kind of car theming is a huge trend, particularly in the South. MaxFunster cabeh shared this great article about the movement (and about donks, an interrelated style) from Matt Besser's hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas. Fascinating stuff.
Matt Besser of the Upright Citizens Brigade joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss celebrating 4/20 in Santa Cruz, restaurant staff etiquette, inappropriate jokes and more.
We were completely blindsided by this very thoughtful and complimentary review in Splitsider, a new comedy blog from the folks behind the wonderful Chicago literary blog The Awl. Joe Berkowitz writes that "Jordan, Jesse, GO! is a funny and subscription-worthy podcast that the new guys could all learn a lot from." He also wrote very nice things about Jordan and myself as hosts, saying "Both of these guys are quick and sharp enough to go beat-for-beat with some of the funniest people working today."
It's a real honor to have received such a complimentary review, and our thanks go out to the good folks at Splitsider!