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  1. JulyDiaz

    Episode 27 - Grey Griffin

    This week's guest is the incredible voice actor Grey Griffin! She tells Jon & Lauren about how she went from stand-up comedy to working in animation, her roles from The Fairly Oddparents to The Legend Of Korra, and becoming a voice on a Disneyland ride. Plus: a Very Special Episode of Dinosaurs!
  2. The great Andy Daly joins Matt to discuss his role as Mailroom Worker in the 2011 film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Andy talks about auditioning for Michael Bay as the director sat on the floor, doing a product placement scene for an item Michael Bay referred to as “China milk,” and having a stuntman who looked nothing like him get slammed against a wall. Plus, we’ll hear some fun facts from some of Andy’s other roles in film and TV such as Semi-Pro, Eastbound and Down, as well as inventing Mustache TV.
  3. Comedians Shalewa Sharpe (Thug Passion Presents podcast) & Jim Tews (Quitting Comedy podcast) join Jo & Manolo to play listener-created games with callers, including a special call from Dan Lippert (Big Grande Teachers' Lounge)!
  4. Comedian and writer Demi Adejuyigbe (The Late Late Show with James Corden, Punch Up The Jam) joins Andrew and Tawny to discuss doing impressions with accents, Tawny’s experience in Japan, and much more. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.
  5. Jensen and Matty talk about Jensen doing Kevin and Bean, an update on Matty’s burner house, pinball, The Neighbourhood’s “Ever Changing,” Roll and Write games, 100% Hotter, how we were late on Destiny 2, and many more things you should know about.
  6. Get ready to get trippy with the amazing Lauren Adams (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Jess + Zach in a brand new psychedelic musical swirled with limitless pills, fruit bats, vampires, sentient vines and Brad! With songs "You Can Die Anywhere", "Walk Together, Not Alone" and "Cake Glidin'", you'll definitely have unlimited tunes to sing along to this ep!
  7. A European nomad with 30% battery and a very full bladder is riding a ‘lift’ in the Parisian Metro as she chats with Geth (and a live audience in London). She’s curious: what’s it like to be a man in today’s changing society?
  8. Have you visited America’s heartland? And if you have...why are you so sure? “The heartland” is not a defined thing, with borders or flags or land made of literal hearts. The term actually comes from a British geographer named Halford Mackinder (a fantastic name), who coined “heartland” in 1904 to describe one central part of pre-WWI Europe. So why do we use “heartland” in the present day, to describe an aspect of the U.S.? Is it to imply ideas about it, without letting you consider those ideas on their merits? And are there other words in our language that get used the same way? On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt sits down with Jason Pargin (better known as David Wong) to explore the most celebrated words in the English language that also trick us constantly. They’ll examine how throwing around the term “real” messes with everything from our gender roles to our dinner plate to our politics. They’ll uncover the creepy way certain words throw entire generations under the bus. And they’ll explore why philosophies like socialism and fascism are making a comeback in places like America’s Heartland (whatever that is). Footnotes: http://www.cracked.com/podcast/9-supposedly-important-words-that-donE28099t-mean-anything/
  9. Chunt’s dad is back in town for Chunt’s upcoming wedding! Credits: Arnie: Arnie Niekamp Chunt: Adal Rifai Usidore: Matt Young Hugo the Hunger Ghost: Brett Lyons Mysterious Man: Tim Sniffen Craig: Ryan DiGiorgi Tricia: Kate James Producers: Arnie Niekamp, Ryan DiGiorgi, Evan Jacover Editor: Chris Rathjen Theme Music: Andy Poland Magic Tavern Logo: Allard Laban Audio Assistance: Jason Knox Production Assistance: Garrett Schultz Get your copy of the next Book Club read, Pride and Prejudice here [hellofromthem
  10. Gilbert and Frank are joined by actress and director Rosanna Arquette for an entertaining discussion about the vindictiveness of critics, the pros and cons of autograph shows, the vanishing haunts and hot spots of New York City and Rosanna's personal encounters with everyone from Bette Davis to Paul McCartney to Martin Luther King. Also, Bob Dylan goes electric, Martin Scorsese stifles a laugh, Johnny Carson rocks a tennis outfit and Rosanna shares the screen with the late, great David Bowie. PLUS: Charley Weaver! "The Dark Secret of Harvest Home"! The brilliance of Burt Bacharach! The edginess of "After Hours"! And Gilbert praises the work of his sister, Arlene Gottfried!
  11. Prized horse fighters Bever Hopox, Chico Hands, and Bisby St. Hancock aka The Calvins Triplets stop by Comedy Bang! Bang! once again! This time around, they join Scott while on their press tour to talk about their big plans of franchising and going international with their prized horse fighting business. Remember, ya gotta laugh!
  12. The best Chicago coffee, if you can take a bus to Machu Picchu, and much more on a new mini-sode! Paul goes through Corrections and Omissions for Beastly, opens up the Mail Bag, and the Movie Bitches review The Meg. Plus, the next movie to get the HDTGM treatment! Subscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: http://www.earwolf.com/show/unspooled/ Check out our new website over at www.hdtgminfo.com! Check out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepubli…wdidthisgetmade Where to Find Jason, June & Paul: @PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter @Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on Twitter Jason is still not on Twitter
  13. Taking your licks with Chris Fairbanks.
  14. Rhea talks Dave Chappelle, bike shops and Bert & Ernie. Sets from Jamez Fritz, Jon Schabl and Whitney Chitwood.
  15. JulyDiaz

    High Noon

    Amy & Paul saddle up and ride through 1952’s archetypal Western, High Noon! They celebrate Katy Jurado’s fierce performance, learn about the ill-advised High Noon sequel, and discover how the film works as an allegory for HUAC-era America. Plus: Henry C. Parke of True West Magazine tells us what makes High Noon stand out in the Western pantheon. For Apocalypse Now week, call the Unspooled voicemail line at 747-666-5824 and give us a pearl of wisdom using your best Colonel Kurtz impression! Follow us on Twitter @Unspooled, get more info at unspooledpod.com, and don’t forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts.
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