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  1. Erin delights in her new bangs and Bryan gives the lowdown on the latest Dateline before they get into this week’s ‘ssues! Bryan discusses a new ad campaign from the Army putting diversity front and center that has been described as “woke-washing” plus some of the best takedowns to come off Twitter. Then, Erin shares a story out of Florida about a high school yearbook whose faculty (badly) edited 80 photos of girls to show less skin.
  2. Jon Snodgrass, Dan Lippert, Will Hines, Horatio Sanz, Peter Hulne, and Sean Conroy join Matt Besser to celebrate 500 episodes of improv4humans! For the first in-person recording since the beginning of the pandemic, Jon Snodgrass plays songs that inspire scenes about post-drinking shame, Meryl Streep’s celebrity fights, baseball ghosts with unfinished business, an Australian welcoming committee, and much, much more!
  3. Comedian Bill Burr feels great about being Conan’s friend. Bill joins Conan to chat about feeling jealous of his kids, his latest life-changing breakthrough, the end of the Burt Reynolds era, and more. Plus, Conan answers questions from fans about messing with his staff, sports, and Pokémon. Got a question for Conan? Call our voicemail: (323) 451-2821. For Conan videos, tour dates and more visit TeamCoco.com.
  4. Journalist and author Jake Tapper feels cromulent about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Jake sits down with Conan to talk about hanging out with the Eisenhower sisters, journalistic credibility (in superhero films), and exploring dark Hollywood in his new novel The Devil May Dance. Plus, Conan and his team consider the question of unseasonable horniness in response to a listener’s voicemail.
  5. Conan talks with caller Andrew about the importance of colorizing your home and the pleasures of a good soak. Then he speaks with Chelby in Brooklyn about vision boards and being more confident on stage.
  6. Dateline scams, Chase horror stories, and so much more on this week’s ATTITUDES! Erin discusses how lockdowns and poverty mixed with severe menstruation stigma in India have created a dire situation for women before touching on the Supreme Court’s hearing of a Mississippi case banning all abortions after 15 weeks. Then, Bryan talks about a case out of Montana in which a man who was put on the sex offender registry in 1993 for consensual gay sex was cleared by a federal judge, only for the state to push back on exoneration for the absolute worst reasons.
  7. John Gemberling, Lisa Gilroy, and Anthony Atamanuik join Matt Besser for a special Wonder Woman 1984 rewatch episode! We’ll see how the cops deal with Wonder Woman’s collateral damage, how she got her archaeology job, and what happens when Cheetah meets the rest of the DC villains. Plus, something is wrong with Wonder Woman’s Pegasus, an argument erupts onboard the Invisible Jet, and a local citizen refuses to renounce their wish.
  8. It’s no secret that we rely on technology in our daily lives. So it shouldn’t be a secret how that technology works, who is developing it, and just how biased it can be. This week on Getting Curious, returning guest Meredith Broussard joins Jonathan to discuss how data rights are civil rights—and how we can all get involved in efforts to defend them. Data journalist Meredith Broussard is an associate professor at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute of New York University, research director at the NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology, and the author of “Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World.” Meredith is featured in the documentary Coded Bias, directed by Shalini Kantayya, now available to stream on Netflix. You can follow Meredith on Twitter and Instagram @merbroussard, and keep up with her work at meredithbroussard.com. For more information on Coded Bias, head over to CodedBias.com and follow @codedbias on Instagram and Twitter. Make sure to visit the film’s Take Action page, where you can find more information on resources and groups like the Algorithmic Justice League.
  9. Researcher McKensie Mack sits down with Cameron to discuss their study on increases in harassment of marginalized groups in the workplace during COVID-19, picking and choosing what battles to fight for a long-term strategy, and what they do for fun.
  10. Musical guest St. Lenox joins improvisers Toni Charline and Eugene Cordero for this week’s improv4humans with Matt Besser! St. Lenox performs songs that inspire scenes about discovering the afterlife at a party, a eulogy for a specimen, cooking at Bed Bath & Beyond, breakup dessert, and much more.
  11. This week on ATTITUDES!, Bryan celebrates Laurel Hubbard, who is set to become the first out transgender athlete to complete in the Olympics, before covering a story out of Iran involving the murder of a 20-year old gay man at the hands of his brother and cousins. Then, Erin discusses the continuing drop in birth rates in the US for the sixth year running and how the anti-abortion cabal is twisting this trend to push their agenda.
  12. Actor, comedian, and writer Seth Rogen feels fantastic about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. Seth sits down with Conan to talk about getting started in comedy writing jokes for a mohel, close encounter with Nic Cage and George Lucas, and incredible pornographic discoveries. Later, Conan enlists his team in an attempt to showcase his vocal sound effects.
  13. Writer Diona Reasonover sits down with Cameron to discuss making music mixes for friends, really wanting to be goth growing up, and her podcast “Periodic Talks” that she hosts with Gillian Jacobs.
  14. Comedian Eric Andre is Conan O’Brien’s friend, and he feels titillated by that. Eric sits down with Conan to talk about showcasing unity and an uplifting spirit with his new film Bad Trip, how street pranks can bring out the best of humanity, and the ways in which performing comedy can mess with one’s head. Later, Conan gives us live updates on his reaction to his second vaccine shot.
  15. Conan discusses which cereal mascot he could take in a fight while speaking with Maggie from New Hampshire. Then he’s introduced to a very cute bunny and the idea of transforming a house into a cafe while talking to Keri from Pennsylvania.
  16. Musical guest Pete Yorn joins Seth Morris and Brian Huskey for this week’s improv4humans with Matt Besser! Pete performs songs to inspire scenes about the dangers of being told to calm down, getting back to restaurants post-pandemic, a lifelong My Fair Lady bet, planning a piñata fest, and more!
  17. On this week’s ATTITUDES!, Erin talks about a Supreme Court first amendment case regarding a cheerleader whose colorfully-worded social media rant got her suspended from the team. Then, Bryan discusses a story out of Ohio in which a gay couple’s pride flag was stolen by an unlikely suspect before covering anchor Stephanie Ruhle’s absolute schooling of West Virginia governor Jim Justice on the topic of trans athletes.
  18. Engineer Cj Giovingo sits down with Cameron to discuss being in an out queer faculty couple on the USC campus, working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and looking for the evidence of life on other planets.
  19. On this week’s ATTITUDES! Bryan discusses the shooting of Isaiah Brown, a black man who was shot by a Virginia police officer who claims he mistook Isaiah's phone for a gun. Then, Erin takes a moment to touch on the killing of Ma’Khia Bryant before talking about the Biden administration’s decision to lift Trump-era restrictions on access to abortion pills.
  20. Vic Michaelis and Sebastian Conelli join Matt Besser for this week’s improv4humans! They’ll perform scenes about buying fireworks from South of the Border, holding a bomb for a friend, and getting called out for wearing a Pink Floyd t-shirt. Plus, producers make their pleas at the 2022 Oscars, grandma decides who inherits her feather bed, and a doctor takes joy in delivering all kinds of news.
  21. Author Kacen Callender sits down with Cameron to discuss finding Black LGBTQ+ representation in fan fiction, learning to love yourself, and being introverted vs extroverted.
  22. JB Smoove feels optimistic about being Conan O’Brien’s friend, and Miles Grose feels awkward about being Conan O’Brien’s friend. JB and Miles join Conan to talk about their new podcast May I Elaborate? Daily Wisdom from JB Smoove, using “profounity,” and aphorisms to help Conan appreciate his unique packaging. Plus, Conan and his crew check out fan-made art and a theme song for his conceptual Whirligig film.
  23. Conan talks with Merin from Mexico City about the best places to go sightseeing. Then he gives advice on a pastor’s sock puppet problem while speaking with Ricky from El Paso.
  24. On this week’s ATTITUDES!, Erin talks about a product out of Germany (created by men) addressing the 'menstruation problem' that NOBODY has. Then, Bryan provides an update on the most extreme anti-trans bill in the country passed this month in Arkansas and what it spells for the kids who will be denied necessary healthcare as a result.
  25. This week on Getting Curious, Jonathan sits down with the creators and cast of Netflix’s new animated musical movie Arlo The Alligator Boy. Joining the discussion is director and writer Ryan Crego; supervising producer Blake Lemons; Mary Lambert, who plays Bertie; Michael J. Woodard, who plays Arlo—and Jonathan, who plays Furlecia! Listen in to learn all about the writing, casting, voiceover, and animation process. You can follow Ryan on Instagram @creegsmamation; Blake @blahlemons; Michael @MichaelJWoodard; and Mary @MaryLambertSing. For more on Arlo The Alligator Boy, and the upcoming Netflix series I ♥ Arlo, follow @NetflixFamily on Instagram.
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