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Stop Podcasting Yourself 132 - Shaun Stewart

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Shaun Stewart

Improviser/Podcaster/Quizmaster Shaun Stewart joins us to talk musicals, bad advertising slogans, and fluffernutters.

And please join us on Thursday, September 23rd at Havana's in Vancouver for our next live show. Details here.

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Jonathan Ames, Creator of Bored to Death: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Jonathan Ames

Jonathan Ames is an acclaimed essayist and novelist. He's also the creator of the HBO series Bored to Death, which returns with its second season on September 26th. The show stars Jason Schwartzman as a struggling writer named Jonathan Ames who decides to supplement his income by moonlighting as a detective. His closest compatriots are Ted Danson, as a marijuana-obsessed magazine editor and past TSOYA guest Zach Galifianakis as a sad-sack comic artist.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 131

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No guest this week as we talk rock concerts, cartwheels, and job requirements. Later, we rank male nudity possibilities and Graham catches Dave not listening.

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Donal Logue of "Terriers": Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Donal Logue

Actor Donal Logue is one of the stars of FX's new detective series Terriers. He's had roles in literally dozens of films and television series, including the lead in the cult film The Tao of Steve and the sitcom Grounded for Life. He also created the iconic "Jimmy the Cab Driver" character for MTV in the early 1990s.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 145: Megashark with Mike Phirman

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Mike Phirman

Mike Phirman joins Jesse and Jordan to discuss Megasharks, Giant Octopi and much more.

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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Rob McElhenney
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Glenn Howerton

Rob McElhenney had a short film idea. He roped his friends into helping him film it, and soon it was a sitcom pilot. They took that pilot to FX, and the result was It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. McElhenney, who stars on the show as Mac, is our guest on The Sound, along with one of the buddies he roped into the whole affair, Glenn Howerton. Howerton plays Dennis, and along with their third co-conspirator, Charlie Day, helps write and produce the show.

McElhennye and Howerton talked to us about creating the show without a budget - only a few cameras and some digital video tape. They also explain why people love a set of characters who consistently behave like rude, cruel children. Also: Danny DeVito Limoncello is discussed.

The show returns for FX for its sixth season on September 16th.

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The AV Club Picks for September 2010: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Tasha Robinson
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Genevieve Koski

Tasha Robinson and Genevieve Koski join Jesse to talk about September's pop culture picks. Tasha's picks are the Australian crime thriller and modern noir The Square, just out on DVD, and the upcoming season of the tv show Glee. Genevieve chooses Mavis Staples' new album You Are Not Alone and a new stand-up album, My Name is Hannibal, from past Sound of Young America guest Hannibal Buress.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 130 - LIVE, with John Keister

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John Keister

Almost Live's John Keister joins us at Seattle's Bumbershoot festival and we talk bad tattoos and play a round of Graham's Dad Movie Reviews. (photo thanks to Sam Normington)

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Elijah Wood Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Elijah Wood

Elijah Wood emerged as a child star in the late 1980s and early 1990s. His first role was in a Paula Abdul video, directed by David Fincher, in 1989. Within a few years, he was a movie star, working in films like Radio Flyer and North. In his review of the 1994 film The War, Roger Ebert wrote that Wood was "the most talented actor in his age group, in Hollywood history."

Wood made the transition to adult acting gracefully - when he was 18, he packed up his bags and moved to New Zealand to star in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. He's also appeared in films like The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Everything Is Illuminated and Sin City.

Wood is part of the ensemble cast of the new film The Romantics, which follows a group of young people from the rehearsal dinner to the ceremony of their close friend's wedding. The film will be released September 10th, 2010.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 144: War on Spiders with Sloane Crosley

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Sloane Crosley

Writer Sloane Crosley joins Jordan and Jesse to discuss the war on spiders, Travis Pastrana's inner turmoil, how kids draw the darndest racist caricatures, and more.

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