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    Premieres Wed 11/16. From Earwolf and Northern Light Productions, STRANGLERS is a 12-part true crime podcast exploring one of the 20th century's most terrifying serial killings. This sound-rich audio documentary includes never-before-heard archive materials as well as new interviews, offering an in-depth investigations of the historic Boston Stranglers murders. Subscribe now. New episodes every Wednesday.
  2. Is this extra-topical '57 classic Canon? Vote now!
  3. Hannibal Buress announces his new podcast “Handsome Rambler,” coming to Earwolf 10/12!
  4. A sneak peek of Hamilton fan podcast “The Room Where It's Happening,” coming to Earwolf on August 15th! Join hosts Travon Free and Michael Drucker on a song-by-song journey through the biggest musical of all time. Superfan guests include Kristin Chenoweth, Adam Savage and John Hodgman plus Hamilton biographer Ron Chernow and cast members Anthony Ramos and Jasmin Cephas Jones. Subscribe now and you won't miss a thing.
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    Introducing...Katie Couric

    A sneak peek of "Katie Couric," coming to Earwolf on July 28th! Join us for candid unscripted conversations as Katie and her co-host Brian Goldsmith take a trip to the Capitol and visit with Senator Al Franken; talk with Bob Costas about why he loves the Olympics; and hear why Jonathan Weisman quit Twitter. Subscribe now and you won’t miss a thing. And don't be shy, leave us a voicemail at (929) 224-4637.
  6. Learn which confusingly titled non-blockbuster HDTGM will cover next on today’s minisode! Paul also shares some listener voicemails about who should take over the Ernest movie franchise, man candy and more. Send your own voicemail explanation hopes for Paul to answer by calling 619-PAUL ASK. Later, we hear some of the dirt Blake Harris dug up while researching Hell Comes To Frogtown and Paul does some extra-froggy Corrections and Omissions. Don’t forget to check out Blake Harris’ Oral History of Hell Comes To Frogtown over at www.slashfilm.com! Get yourself a BB-8 “What Is Its Mission?” T-shirt or Tote Bag over at http://howdidthisgetmade.bigcartel.com/ Set your DVRs for Party Over Here, a new FOX sketch comedy show from The Lonely Island and Paul starring Nicole Byer, Jessica McKenna, and Alison Rich. It airs Saturdays at 11 pm. People of the internet: Watch Paul in Fresh off the Boat on ABC. Awhile ago, Paul and Rob Huebel did a comedy special on a 60 foot glass bus that traveled around LA. Now you’ll be able to see it. Go to https://itun.es/us/3M4J9 now to buy it! You can also see Jason in Transparent on Amazon! Also, check out June in Grace and Frankie available on Netflix, and in all the episodes of NTSF:SD:SUV:: on HULU for free, and Jason in The Dictator (he’s still in it!).
  7. James has forgotten again what ultracrepidarianism is. (Hint: Listen back to episode 60.) Following a quick refresher from Stephen on speaking fluidly without sufficient knowledge, our non-experts take to deciphering what constitutes expertise. For instance, how many doctor-penned modern diets and medical ideas have been completely nullified after just a few years of being accepted as truths?
  8. Check out "The David Gregory Show" coming to Earwolf on April 15th! Subscribe now on iTunes.
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    Preview: Hard Nation

    A sneak peek at Earwolf's new political comedy “Hard Nation” with Mike Still and Paul Welsh. Subscribe now; Hard Nation premieres April 6th!
  10. Harris “Small Mouth” Wittels helps bring in the Summah on today’s Who Charted! He shows off his drumming skills, Howard comes up with an ad campaign for Fruit Roll-ups, and everyone shares their favorite summah song while counting down Billboard’s Top Songs of Summah. We then get an update on the future of Analyze Phish, enter Howard’s craft corner, and get into some Q&A!
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    Episode 27 — Knocking Out

    After making themselves familiar with this new planet and having some time to prep for the unknown force the Collectors have sent their way arrives, our heroes decide to test out their new gear. Things will get interesting and this time everyone makes sure that Brian doesn’t drift off.
  12. Black Lips’ Jared Swilley joins Har Mar for a Memorial Day weekend chat on today’s Nocturnal Emotions! Jared & Har Mar talk about amazing baseball players, the most depressing songs to sing at karaoke, turtle stew, and the time Jared got arrested on a plane in Australia. Then they create a Broadway play based on The Trail of Tears, a sitcom entitled “Groomies,” and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.”
  13. A caller believes that we've been bagging on the South for being racist. Andrew Ti & Sean O'Connor give their reasons for doing so and Sean tells us about his recent fight with Nascar fans. Be sure to keep leaving us messages at (323) 389-RACE.
  14. Standing ovations were made and tears were shed as Paul, June, Jason, and Adam Scott strapped themselves in for another Fast & Furious adventure complete with fast cars, amnesia, and family. They discuss why the incredible feats these drag racers accomplish must make them superheroes, Tyrese & Ludacris absolutely killing it as the comic-relief, Han’s long emotional journey, the larger than life body of The Rock, and the jaw-dropping post-credits scene that made Adam Scott declare that director Justin Lin must be a fan of How Did This Get Made. Plus, everyone names their favorite character and explain why. Be sure to grab your tickets for LIVE tapings of How Did This Get Made? on Saturday, June 15th at Largo in Los Angeles and Thursday, June 27th at SubCulture in New York!
  15. The crew is back in the hatch! They talk about Tig’s blossoming relationship with her personal trainer and they create a scoreboard for jokes. Then they welcome Andrew Shaver, a US Army Sergeant, to talk about the military and war. He shares stories about dealing with buffoonery in the ranks, camaraderie, and the difficulties in re-acclimating to civilian life. They also discuss military food, jargon, and the need for more PTSD research. If you’d like to learn more about helping returning soldiers you can visit here. Listen up Blastronauts!