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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 135: Excerpts from the MaxFunMarathon with Andy Richter, Sarah Thyre, Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer

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Andy Richter
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Sarah Thyre
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Rob Huebel
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Paul Scheer
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Dave Shumka

Two selections from the MaxFunMarathon comprise this week's Jordan Jesse Go. Jordan and Jesse are joined by Dave Shumka from Stop Podcasting Yourself, plus special guests Andy Richter, Sarah Thyre, Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 116 - Cameron Reed

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Cameron Reed joins us to talk award shows, the Lost finale, and celebrities who look like they smell bad.

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Comedy: Holly Mills on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Holly Mills

Standup comic Holly Mills is a regular in clubs in the Los Angeles area. Her set was recorded at The Sound of Young America Presents: Laugh Night, a benefit for Art Share Los Angeles.​

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Comedy: Karen Kilgariff: I Want To Win on The Sound of Young America

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Karen Kilgariff

In this touching and hilarious song, Karen Kilgariff (Mr. Show, Ellen, Girls Guitar Club) gives us a behind the scenes look at the life of a successful comedy writer and standup comic.​

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 115 - Charlie Demers

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4-timer Charlie Demers stops by to talk comfortable footwear, comic strips, and fake bands.

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Adam Carolla, host of The Adam Carolla Podcast: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Adam Carolla

Adam Carolla is a radio and television personality, writer and actor. He hosted or co-hosted The Man Show, The Adam Carolla Show, Too Late with Adam Carolla, and Loveline. He now hosts The Adam Carolla Podcast, one of the internet's most popular. He also co-wrote and starred in the feature film The Hammer.

Carolla grew up in Southern California's San Fernando Valley. After dropping out of Community College, he worked for ten years as a laborer, carpenter and boxing trainer. Having given himself until he was 30 to find a job that used his mind and not his body, he got his first break at 29. Los Angeles radio powerhouse KROQ was having a promotional boxing match, and looking for trainers. Carolla headed to the station, where he was paired with Jimmy Kimmel, who became his colleague and friend.

Carolla talks with us about growing up in an apathetic family, how he found success, and balancing independence with career imperatives.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 134: Bowling Tips with Gene O'Neill

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Gene O'Neill

Big Time Gene O'Neill joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about bowling strategy, London England and more.

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Riddle Me This, The Batman: Comedy from Sarah Gee on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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Sarah Gee

Batman takes on his nemesis, The Riddler, who takes on himself in this comedy sketch from writer and performer Sarah Gee. You can catch Sarah perfoming at Improv Olympic in Chicago Sunday, Monday and Wednesday nights.

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Walter Mosley, author of Known to Evil and more: interview on The Sound of Young America

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Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley is the author of more than 30 books in a broad variety of genres, but he's best known for his detective fiction. His Easy Rawlins series began with 1989's best-selling Devil in a Blue Dress. His latest series features a new hero, the pugnacious, middle-aged Leonid McGill. He just released the second novel featuring McGill, Known to Evil.

Before he was a novelist, Mosley was a computer programmer. Originally born in Los Angeles, Mosley spent time in the Bay Area before moving to New York City, where the McGill novels are set.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 133: Con Games with Maria Bamford, John Hodgman and Spiderman

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Maria Bamford
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A special video episode, recorded live at MaxFunCon and featuring special guests Maria Bamford, John Hodgman and Spiderman. (Note: audio player won't work for this episode.)

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