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  1. Globulous the floating monster with eye stalks floats into the tavern with plans for the local rec center. Credits: Arnie: Arnie Niekamp Chunt: Adal Rifai Usidore: Matt Young Globulous: Stuart Wellington Mamma Grousebush, creator of Cube Charter: Victoria Rogers Mysterious Man: Tim Sniffen Craig: Ryan DiGiorgi Tricia: Kate James Producers: Arnie Niekamp, Ryan DiGiorgi, Evan Jacover Editor: Garrett Schultz Theme Music: Andy Poland Magic Tavern Logo: Allard Laban Audio Assistance: Jason Knox Production Assistance: Garrett Schultz Globulous’ Costume Creator: John Holt Photography by: Jemma St. Ember and Kelly Paleczny Special Thanks: Troy Babbs, and to the Schrott Center including Brian, Bram, Kelsey, Sheila and many more.
  2. You need to arm yourself against weaponized old tweets. Not your own tweets, hopefully (though who knows). We’re talking about how every time you open social media, someone’s outrageous words are being used against them. Maybe the frequency of that scares you; after all, every one of us is lucky certain things we’ve said weren’t timestamped for eternity. Or maybe that pile of outrage excites you; justice relies on evidence, so maybe the more evidence there is the better the world will get. But take a look past all these maybes and semicolons (we know we used a lot; we feel fancy today, deal with it). Look at what's actually going on with Internet outrage right now. Is all that handwringing the same across the board? Or is some of it intended to ruin lives just to win a political game? On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by Amy Nicholson (Unspooled) and Andrew Ti (Yo, Is This Racist?) for an always-timely look at how you can tell worthwhile online activism apart from digital harassment. They’ll examine recent cases from James Gunn to Sarah Jeong to Roseanne Barr. They’ll lay out basic rules of thumb to help you handle the next hashtag that comes along. And they’ll find a fuller answer to all this than Twitter users usually can, thanks to the magic of being human toward each other in more than 280 characters. Footnotes: https://goo.gl/izjyN7
  3. Gilbert and Frank welcome a return visit from an old friend -- comic, actor and author Richard Belzer (joined by former GGACP guests Tom Leopold and Paul Shaffer), for a hilarious round-table discussion of essential topics, including: the glory days of Catch a Rising Star, the Jackie Mason-Ed Sullivan feud, the infamous Chevy Chase roast and the war between Gallagher and "Gallagher Too." Also, Señor Wences sells the act, Alan King lusts after Topo Gigio, Liza plays the Rhineland and Mick Jagger pays "The Belz" a rare compliment. PLUS: "Al Capone, the Musical"! The return of Dick & Stinky! The ballad of Perfecto Telles! Gilbert "louses" Harry Shearer! And Richard remembers his friend (and hero) Jerry Lewis.
  4. Matt McConkey (Homophilia) joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the 1986 action adventure comedy Never Too Young to Die starring John Stamos. Recorded live at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, they talk about Gene Simmons’ tongue being the most violent thing June has seen onscreen, skilled gymnast Stamos, the Stargrove song, and The Room level sex scene. Plus, stick around at the end of the episode for 2nd Opinions songs! 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
  5. Casey and Danielle are joined by the MF Powerhouse that is Jessi Klein. Emmy winning producer and writer, actress and author of the best selling memoir “You’ll Grow Out of It.” YOU WILL NEVER GROW OUT OF THIS EPISODE BECAUSE IT’S SO FUNNY. Oh, and Casey shares with Jessi and Danielle that she routinely pees in a cup in her car. Bye! Listen to new bonus episodes only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of listening, go to stitcherpremium.com/housewives and use promo code ‘HOUSEWIVES’.
  6. Rhea talks gender reveal parties, camping and wizards. Sets from Caitlin Gill, Daniel Webb, Vanessa Gonzalez and Chris Fairbanks.
  7. Marco Arment, developer of podcast app Overcast, joins Lex on the Wolf Den. Lex and Marco discuss pretty much everything going on in podcasting today. The two debate the technical complications of dynamic ad insertion and how it affects both podcasters and podcast apps. The two also discuss Marco’s history with Midroll in its early days, and theorize what might happen if Apple ever exited the podcast space.
  8. Making calls with Mindy Sterling.
  9. Actor Haley Joel Osment joins Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss R.E.M.’s 15th and final studio album Collapse into Now. They talk about when Haley first heard of R.E.M., Haley’s first concert ever being the Up Tour three days before The Sixth Sense was released, and how Adam was almost in A.I. Artificial Intelligence. Plus, the Scotts talk about films that make them hungry in another episode of “I Love Films.”
  10. Matt Fisher (UCB's The Law Firm) & his 6 3/4-year-old son Keaton & Claire Ayoub (Your Hair Looks Great Today!) join Jo & Manolo to play listener-created games with callers, including a special call from Alex Schmidt (The Cracked Podcast). Games played: Cats Off To Ya!, Hinky Pink, and Can You Remember What You Ate?
  11. Nicole Byer (Why Won’t You Date Me?, Nailed It!) joins Andrew and Tawny to discuss encountering microaggressions as a person of color, a birthday party themed around drag ball culture, and more. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.
  12. In part two of a special two-part episode, wonderful writer Ben Blacker (Hex Wives, Thrilling Adventure Hour) interviews Matt all about his experience hosting I Was There Too. Matt shares stories about the dream guests that got away, how he puts his guests at ease before interviewing them, and more as they look back at the some of the funny, weird, inspirational moments over the years.
  13. Lapkus & Gabrus are live from LA’s Saved By The Max restaurant, and they’re joined by Saved By The Bell superfan April Richardson (Go Bayside)! They talk about why SBTB was perfect for young comedy nerds, the weirdness of high school students starting a spaghetti sauce business, and how Zack misused his magic powers. Plus: founder Derek Barry stops by to explain how he got the idea for Saved By The Max, and a Very Special SBTB scene!
  14. Kyle Dunnigan (Inside Amy Schumer) is back in the Earwolf studios to join Zach and Jess for a new musical with husbands and wives, World of Warcraft, and of course: bears. With songs like "Little Bit Trish", "Big Ideas" and "Gettin' Up the Stairs", you'll definitely have "Great Taste" if you listen to this ep. more than once.
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    Episode 361 - Jack Harlow

    Rapper Jack Harlow joins Jensen and guest co-host Danielle Fischel to talk about Mac Miller’s “Swimming,” Houston chiropractor Dr Gregory Johnson, how we were late on The Godfather, and many more things you should know about.
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