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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 573: Friend Fiction with Moujan Zolfaghari

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Moujan Zolfaghari

Moujan Zolfaghari (Mission to Zyxx) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the cats, Pancake and Zen, who she is cat-sitting for at the moment and their complex family situation, the new genre of fanfiction where you just write stories where you are friends with the people in pop culture you want to hang out with, and the improv or sketch show that everyone saw that opened their mind to the idea that comedy can be elevated or artful or cool. Plus, we reveal how many people in our audience are named Bronson!

This week we want to hear from people who own fezes! Let us know if you own a fez and send in your hot fez pics! Email us at jjgo@maximumfun.org or call us at 206-984-4FUN.

Are there more people in the JJGo audience who own a fez or who have been on Jeopardy!?

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 572: I'm Doing My Best with Matt Braunger

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Matt Braunger

Matt Braunger (Finally Live in Portland) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Matt's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the possible sexual darkness during the active years of the Beatles, and the results of the poll from last week pitting Jeopardy contestants against people named Dabney. Plus, Matt has new comedy special which he recorded in a former porn theater in his hometown of Portland, OR -- Finally Live in Portland.

Action Item: if your name is Bronson, let us know! Give us a call at 206-984-4FUN or email us at jjgo@maximumfun.org!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 571: Clear Head, Empty Balls, Can't Lose with Greg Fitzsimmons

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Greg Fitzsimmons

Greg Fitzsimmons (Childish Podcast, Fitzdog Radio) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how Jordan may be in a relationship with his weed store after a special text on Valentine's Day, the sonnet Jesse wrote about this relationship with Theresa in college, and Greg's new parenting podcast with Alison Rosen, Childish.

Plus, we ask a VERY important question: do we have more listeners of Jordan, Jesse, Go! named Dabney or who have been on Jeopardy? Please call or write to tell us -- 206-984-4FUN or jjgo@maximumfun.org.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 570: Pet Banana Peel with Laurie Kilmartin and Jackie Kashian

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Laurie Kilmartin
Guests: 
Jackie Kashian

Laurie Kilmartin and Jackie Kashian (The Jackie and Laurie Show) join Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of how Jesse recently went to his first old person concert, but Jackie has been going to see old people concerts her entire life, Laurie's brief dalliance with Tony Robbins tapes, and the lie that teens have been telling for centuries. Plus, Jackie and Laurie's podcast, The Jackie and Laurie Show, is now on Max Fun!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 569: Wah to the Bone with Jenny Jaffe

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Jenny Jaffe

Jenny Jaffe (Rugrats, Project UROK) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Jordan's cape phase in high school, the difference between comedy nerds and musical theater nerds, and the insane new movie Serenity. Plus, everyone spends a few fun minutes coming up with video game butt puns and the guys stumble upon a potentially lucrative use of the podcast.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 568: Call Me A Cat with Dana Gould

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Dana Gould

Dana Gould (Stan Against Evil, The Dana Gould Hour) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of why car dealerships always have the worst coffee, Dana's attempt to recreate the childhood that he wished he had, and how each of their dads fell short on their birthdays. Plus, Dana has an idea for how robot babies can solve the problem of people texting while driving.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 567: Relationship Anarchy with Kate Willett

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Kate Willett

Kate Willett (The Comedy Lineup on Netflix) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the ghost town vibe of current malls, the epic house meetings that occurred at the intentional community centered around polyamory that kate lived in in NYC, and the effects of widespread pornography availability on kids' sexual expectations.

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 566: Who's Munching Whom with Alison Becker

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Alison Becker

Alison Becker (Parks and Recreation, Bubble, other stuff) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the international school in Switzerland where Alison went to high school with kids of oil magnates and oligarchs, the uncomfortable time Jordan and his family had during the extended cunnilingus scene in Mary Queen of Scots when they saw it together over the holidays, and the tricky task of buying your mom a gift and what everyone got their moms for Christmas.

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Bubble is on Friday at 10:30pm at Cobb's Comedy Club!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! is on Sunday at 1pm at The Punchline!
(Now announcing TONY HALE and JOHN RODERICK as guests!)

If you come to all three shows, you have the chance to win the ACTUAL "Destroy the West" robot from the show.

AND if you are in the bay area and play an instrument and can come to the JJGo show on Sunday, please get in touch with us! jjgo@maximumfun.org

Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 565: Ping Pong Party with Paula Poundstone

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Paula Poundstone

Paula Poundstone (Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of Paula's rain soaked ping pong party, the potentially disturbing short story Jesse's son's dictated recently, and the proper use of a bathroom hand mirror. Plus, the people have spoken and we reveal what they chose as the inspirational slogan for 2019.

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Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 564: Candy Please with Nick Wiger and Mike Mitchell

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Nick Wiger
Guests: 
Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell and Nick Wiger (Doughboys, I Love You America, Love) join Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the three distinct phases of the frozen yogurt craze that has swept America for the last two decades, the idea that really hard, poorly designed video games based on popular franchises hurt children's self esteem in the 80's and 90's, and the importance of context when discussing swimming prowess or showering with others. Plus, everyone brainstorms some ideas for 2019 slogans that will get us pumped up to take on the new year. Make sure to vote for your favorite!

And come see Bubble and JJGo and The Doughboys at SF Sketchfest!

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