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Stop Podcasting Yourself 153 - Lachlan Patterson

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Lachlan Patterson

Comedian Lachlan Patterson returns to talk about The Tonight Show, building our own restaurant, and surprise parties.

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Barry Gordon, Co-Star of A Thousand Clowns: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Barry Gordon

From our special screening of the film A Thousand Clowns at Cinefamily in Los Angeles, a special podcast-only episode of The Sound of Young America: Jesse's conversation with Barry Gordon, the then-15-year-old co-star of the film. Released in 1965 and now out-of-print, the movie stars Jason Robards as Murray, a comedy writer who struggles to come to terms with growing up – something he must do if he wants to stop child protective services from taking away his adopted son Nick, played by Barry Gordon.

Barry Gordon was a child actor who played the role of Nick on the Broadway and touring versions of A Thousand Clowns before making the film; he's since, by turn, been a voice actor, a lawyer, the president of the Screen Actors Guild, a talk show host, a teacher and even a congressional candidate. One of his recent projects has been hosting Left Talk with Barry Gordon. We're very pleased he could join us for this special screening and Q&A, and many thanks go to him and the Cinefamily for helping us put on this event.

The film has finally come back into print - you can get it from Amazon by following this link.

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TSOYA Classics: Comedy: Clifford & Kidd "Models" (January 22, 2007)

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Here's a comedy sketch for this week's TSOYA Classic, written and performed by Los Angeles' Clifford & Kidd.

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Spread Your Love With These MBMBaM Valentines

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As we mentioned in this week's episode of My Brother, My Brother and Me, a whole mess of webcomic creators came together under the banners of wisdom and love to create some Valentines for you to distribute to your significant others. We think they're absolutely delightful, and we hope your loved ones do as well. Get at them on our Flickr page.

My Brother, My Brother and Me 42: Cracklin' Mendes

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Hey, the internet: Will you be our Valentine? We'd be really, really great at it. We promise to shower you with gifts, by which we mean "give you this one podcast, right now, for free." Trust us, that's way better than a selection from Kay -- precious jewelry tarnishes over time. Our wisdom does not.

Suggested talking points: A visit from Vanessa Hudgens, Love DVDs, Businesstown, Hancock Goofs, Broodwife, William H. Macy in Cougarman and Gooseman, 214 It, Three Engagement Rings, Campfires and Baby Skin

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 152 - Ivan Decker

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Ivan Decker

Comedian Ivan Decker returns to talk about jail, wine, and the Amish.

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TSOYA Classics: Jeff Chang on Crack Rap (bonus audio) (January 18, 2007)

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Jeff Chang talks to Jesse about the phenomenon known in hip-hop as "crack rap."

This is bonus audio from the TSOYA Classic podcast with Jeff Chang, so enjoy!

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My Brother, My Brother and Me 41: Barry Fresh

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This week's episode may lack the level of sophistication you've become accustomed to from our humble internet radio program. We suggest you remove your cumberbund and monocle before listening, lest they rocket off of your body in an act of aristocratic defiance.

Suggested talking points: Boot Knockin', Getting Polyggy With It, Scales and Fins, Goldthwait'd, Beefin', Making Number One, The Ol' N.C. Sweet Potato, 4N

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TSOYA Classics: UK Soul Singer Omar (January 18, 2007)

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This TSOYA classic features UK soul singer Omar. Contemporary soul singers like Erykah Badu and Bilal consistently cite Omar, along with legends like Al Green and Donnie Hathaway, as a seminal influence in their careers. He's known in the UK as the godfather of "new classic soul," and only now is his music starting to make an impact on American soil. His soul incorporates Carribean influences and the residuals of the Acid Jazz movement, and his classic sound has attracted collaborators like Common and Stevie Wonder.

Jesse talked to Omar about his influences, style, and impact on the world of soul music.

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Stop Podcasting Yourself 151 - Josh Loewen

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Josh Loewen

Comedian and graphic designer Josh Loewen joins us to talk pizza, weddings, and punchability.

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