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  1. Recorded LIVE at SubCulture in New York, Wyatt Cenac joins us as we dive into the futuristic world of Demolition Man! We discuss the frozen Sylvester Stallone cube, the slang of the future, the possibility that Wesley Snipes improvised every one of his lines, Denis Leary’s rant, and seashell wiping. Get ready for some spot on Stallone/Snipes impressions!


  2. The dulcet tones of Andy Peters is apart of the insanity that is this week’s Sklarbro County! Andy tells us a bit about coming up in the Seattle comedy scene, breaks down the different wrestling eras, and shares how he’s been trying to capture the essence of comedy festival hangouts with his mini-podcast broadcasts called “Wandertown.” Dan Van Kirk then brings us some of the usual County headlines which include; a South Florida mother accused of locking her child in room during a drunken party with 26 minors, a Florida man who took Applebee’s karaoke a little too far, and a Tulsa homeowner who hogties an attempted burglar. Oh yeah, it wouldn’t be a County without a visit from the man himself, Steven Seagal. Attention people of San Diego, come see Randy & Jason perform stand-up at the American Comedy Company this weekend (July 11th-13th)! Get your tickets at www.americancomedyco.com


  3. Properly attired in his uniform of a white oxford shirt and blue jeans, actor/comedian Jason Mantzoukas (The League, The Dictator) chats with Kevin about his extensive career in comedy. Mantzoukas talks about his roots at the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York, going toe-to-toe in an audition with Sacha Baron Cohen, and how Rafi’s antics can never go too far.


  4. Howard and Kulap sit down with filmmakers Jeff Howlett & Mark Covino to discuss their critically-acclaimed documentary A BAND CALLED DEATH on this week's very special TWO CHARTED! Jeff and Mark explain how the project came together and share the touching story of how they met before our hosts count down some classic Death songs and the guests share more relevant stories. Later on in the episode, Howard breaks down his new album HAVE ANOTHAH SUMMAH which is required listening for those wishing to...well, have a summah!


  5. Andrew Ti and this week’s guest Hunter Covington finish off the week strong by diving into Andrew's high school experience and talking about the merit of having a dedicated "multicultural" night. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.


  6. Holy smokes! He a TV icon and he's up in the Laime/Rosen House! Host, writer, actor, human being extraordinaire DAVE HOLMES stops by and we talk St. Louis, recovery culture, early years fantasy, and how none of us understand other people's "jobs". What are those people doing all day?! Enjoy!


  7. Celebrate your 4th of July weekend by joining us in a special behind the scenes episode of Sklarbro Country with our buddy Dan Van Kirk! We hear about the process that Dan goes through when doing a character, how he worked as a night host at Second City in Chicago, what ultimately lead him to help create & be a main part of Sklarbro County, how family plays a large role in his life, and what’s next for “life’s bouncer.” Then, Mark Wahlberg & some special guests help us with some Quick Hits! Plus, Sam Elliott aka the new voice of sports returns to tell us what summer time brings! Attention people of San Diego, come see Randy & Jason perform stand-up at the American Comedy Company on July 11th-13th! Get your tickets at www.americancomedyco.com


  8. Enjoy your Independence Day weekend with the ladies as they chat with the wonderful Alison Rosen! Alison tells us what lead to her getting engaged, auditioning to be apart of the Adam Carolla show, and how she’s going to re-invent television. It’s the perfect dessert to your BBQ!


  9. The extremely articulate and hilarious Nathan Rabin stops by to discuss his recent book You Don't Know Me but You Don't Like Me which details his misadventures as he followed Phish and Insane Clown Posse on tour, arguably the two most maligned musical acts in existence. Jake talks about his 7-minute Phish experience, fandom in general and is bewildered by Nathan's transition to a phull-phledged Phish phan. The importance of drugs is discussed, and Nathan shares many more incredible tales including how he came to write a coffee table book with Weird Al Yankovic.


  10. Celebrate Christmas in July with Tim Meadows, Neil Campbell, and Lauren Lapkus! Listen as they figure out who gets to go on a secret mission to Mars, feel uncomfortable with Jesus doing funny voices, and answer life changing questions as part of the Miss America Pageant. Plus, Matt reads from his grandmother’s college yearbook to inspire scenes about some of the old clubs. Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon. You can also now get Matt Besser’s new comedy album “Woo Pig Sooie: Comedy for Atheists” at mattbesser.com and Dragoon’s new album “This Galaxy Is But A Nursery” at dragoongalaxy.bandcamp.com!


  11. Film producer & podcaster Scott Mosier stops by to discuss one of the best rock documentaries ever made, “A Band Called Death.” Scott explains how being a fan of the band Death & opening up a Twitter account early on lead to him getting involved with the making of the documentary. Go to http://abandcalleddeath.com/ to watch the film instantly on VOD and to find out when it comes to a theater near you. If you’re listening to this on the day this drops, come see a special LIVE episode of THE FOGELNEST FILES with special guests Scott Aukerman & Christian Finnegan! Get tickets here.

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  12. Jeff is overjoyed that Aziz Ansari remains to be an amazingly hilarious stand-up comedian and that his future will be nothing short of prolific. Aziz shares stories from starting out as a new eager comic at the age of 18 in New York, tells us about his bizarre experience performing at the Gator Growl, and explains what he means by recently “quitting the internet.” Plus, Jeff crowns Aziz as the best dressed stand-up comedian and Aziz finally gets something off his chest.

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  13. Maria Bamford, Mike Still, and Charlie Sanders have no time for introductions as they get right into it on this week’s improv4humans! They’ll practice their fake laughs, look for a new life in the middle of America, and take part in a boss swap. Plus, Matthew Love of Time Out New York asks them to share memorable stories of past Del Close Marathons. Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon. You can also now get Matt Besser’s new comedy album “Woo Pig Sooie: Comedy for Atheists” at mattbesser.com and Dragoon’s new album “This Galaxy Is But A Nursery” at dragoongalaxy.bandcamp.com!


  14. Nerd Poker’s Brian Posehn stops by the studio on this week’s special B-B-B-BONUS Thursday episode of Comedy Bang Bang! Scott and Brian reminisce about the old Mr. Show days, break down Brian’s latest comedy album THE FARTIST track-by-track, and talk about Brian’s job writing Deadpool comics. Mall McCartney (or is it Paul McCartney?) sneaks his way in through the ever-open door to share some of his insider Beatles knowledge and attempt to give Brian and Scott hip new nicknames. We’ll be back with your regularly scheduled Bang Bang on Monday, don’t miss it!


  15. The hilarious, insightful, and super interesting Jack Dishel of Only Son explains how he’s recently come out of graffiti retirement on today’s Nocturnal Emotions! Jack tells us about his life long obsession with graffiti, rocking onstage with Mike Campbell, and how he feels about crowdsourcing. Then Jack & Har Mar create a couple of shows that include musicians in disguise & seeing the world through the eyes of handsome people. Plus, they play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Guns N’ Roses’ “It’s So Easy.”


  16. Blaine (Blackee Green) returns just in time for the day the Collectors arrive. Sheathing swords, sharpening blades, and praying to Bahamut all occur in a bad ass montage as our adventurers prepare for what’s to come. Also, get ready for some dead on Bruce Willis impressions!


  17. The always hilarious Ben Schwartz returns to the studio to ring in the Summah on this weeks WHO CHARTED! Howard recaps his day at Warped Tour and announces the long-awaited release of his new album HAVE ANOTHAH SUMMAH before he and Kulap count down the Billboard Rap chart. Ben explains his Twitter relationship with Macklemore, discusses the merit of Soundcloud and the ever-changing nature of the music industry. Kulap shares the unforgettable tale of her engagement to Scott before getting into the movie chart, and Ben takes credit for the recent onslaught of successful (and unsuccessful) magician movies.

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