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Episode 17 - Tuned written by Deborah Kaplan & Harry Elfont

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Daniel Strauss as Nate
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Allison Tolman as Penny
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Retta as Olive
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Jim O’Heir as Arlen/Dr. Singh
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John Ross Bowie as Glenn
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Kate Flannery as Deena
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Tawny Newsome as Jennica/Female cop/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Maria Blasucci as Natalie Morales/Other driver/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Matt Micucci as Oscar/Scott/Penny’s date/New Yorker/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Joel Spence as Doorman/Ken/Hal/New Yorker/Ned/Cab Driver
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Christina Kirk as Bonnie
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Janina Gavankar as Tina/New Yorker/Patient/Nurse/Crowd
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Andrew Reich with Stage directions

In this episode, Ben Blacker interviews Deborah Kaplan & Harry Elfont (Mary + Jane, Can’t Hardly Wait) regarding their dead pilot, Tuned. You'll also listen to live table read of Tuned, performed by some of today's funniest comedic actors.

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Wham Bam Pow Ep. 11 - From the Vaults: Highlander and Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol

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Wham Bam Pow

You wanted to hear our thoughts on Highlander and Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, so we dug into some early recordings to deliver. Who wants to live forever?!

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Judge John Hodgman Episode 55: Battle Royale

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Rachel and Leeman are American citizens who moved to Canada for school and work. Having lived in Toronto for some time now, the couple have planted their roots in Canadian soil and plan to make the city their home for the foreseeable future. They've already become permanent Canadian residents, and enjoy the primary benefits of being Canadian (universal health care, foremost). Rachel believes they should go all the way and become citizens so that they may vote, run for office, and fully commit to life in the Great White North. Leeman takes issue with the Canadian Oath of Citizenship, however, particularly the idea of pledging allegiance to the British monarchy.

Should they stand on guard for thee united as a family, or is Leeman correct in rebelling against the crown? In this royal rumble, only one man can decide!

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