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My Brother, My Brother and Me 59: Real Talk Live: Face 2 Face 2

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More real. More talk. More live. We took to the stage at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company -- which is in Cincinnati, you might have guessed -- to do our second live show ever. Come, share in the yuks! Also, the animosity.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 169 - Andy Kallstrom

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Andy Kallstrom

Comedian Andy Kallstrom joins us to talk shorts, costumes, and the space program. Also, drunk dials!

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My Brother, My Brother and Me 58: Manifest Goodburger

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Hey, you made it! We were getting worried. Some of the guys, they were like, "Oh, listener? They're not gonna show." And we were like, "No, man, you don't know listener like we know listener. They're good for it."

Suggested talking points: Phat Beach Con 2011, Kel's Antics, High Art, Peterin' Out, Normin' Up, Twin Mayors of Birthday Town, Megatoots, Another First Kiss, Verne Troyer Awareness

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 178: Wrap Party with Rob Corddry

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Rob Corddry

Rob Corddry joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about second base, the King of Portland, marriages, pet accidents and more.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 168 - Aaron Read

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Aaron Read

Aaron Read of The Sunday Service joins us to talk black mold, Mad Magazine, and wedding registries.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 177: The Turn with Chris Hardwick

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Chris Hardwick

Chris Hardwick from The Nerdist and G4TV's "Web Soup" joins us for a discussion of good things turning bad.

Previously:
Chris Hardwick on Episode 129: Young Man's Fancy
Chris Hardwick & Mike Phirman on episode 10 of Jordan Jesse Go!
Chris talks Wired Science on The Sound of Young America

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Demetri Martin, author of This Is A Book: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Guests: 
Demetri Martin

Demetri Martin is a standup comedian, writer and actor. He's just published his first book, "This Is A Book." Like his comedy, the book reveals Martin's interest in structure, order and disruptions of structure and order. He's always been a fan of puzzles, and the book features, among other things, some extraordinarily long anagrams.

Demetri talks with Jesse Thorn about how standup comedy is like skateboarding, how his father, a priest, inspired him to be a performer, and more. Martin last appeared on The Sound of Young America about seven years ago.

JESSE THORN: It's The Sound of Young America, I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest on the program is the comedian Demetri Martin. He's an accomplished standup comic, and he's also had his own standup and sketch show, Important Things with Demetri Martin on Comedy Central. He's been featured in a number of films, and starred in one recently, and now he's the author of a brand new book called This is a Book.

Demetri, welcome back to The Sound of Young America.

DEMETRI MARTIN: Hey Jesse, thanks for having me.

JESSE THORN: I think we counted it up, it's actually been seven years since the last time you were on The Sound of Young America. It's a long time, thank you so much for coming back.

DEMETRI MARTIN: Yeah, thanks for having me back.

Click here for a full transcript of this interview, or click here to stream or download the audio.

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My Brother, My Brother and Me 57: Batman: Generations

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Illness, fatigue and supernatural forces attempted to derail our regular recording schedule, but you know what? Ain't nothing gonna break-a our podcasting stride. Nobody gonna hold us down. Oh no! We've got to keep on advising.

Suggested talking points: High Seas Tutelage, Shooty's, Seed and Sap, Paul Blart: Dark Knight, R.V. Double-Header, Higgs-Boson, Electro-Bryan, The Stupid 92, Sit and Spin, Restarting the Fire

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 167 - Ben McGinnis

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Ben McGinnis

Comedian Ben McGinnis joins us to talk about the Hays Code, stairway etiquette, and Werner Herzog.

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My Brother, My Brother and Me 56: Wet Hugs

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After recording in the comfort, safety and familiarity of our daddy's house, we've returned once again to our respective Midwestern and Appalachian home bases. It's sort of like that song "Take Me Home, Country Roads" only ... um, in reverse.

Suggested talking points: Kirk Cameron: Envoy to the Stars, GORP, Never Been Embraced, Candybeer, Crushed by a Yeti, Futureballs, Blanketarian, Where's Falcone

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