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  1. Lennon Parham, Danielle Schneider, and Pamela Murphy are back and find themselves in the presence of a real fancy lady on this week’s bonus episode of improv4humans! Enjoy! Don’t forget to that you can 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! Attention humans, Matt Besser is recording a stand-up album at UCB-LA on July 7th! Get your tickets at http://losangeles.ucbtheatre.com/

  2. The Aukermans have landed! Comedy Bang! Bang! host Scott Aukerman has a rollicking good time on the County! Scott gives us a sneak peek of what to look for on the upcoming season of the Comedy Bang! Bang! television show, explains how hard it is to be a movie star these days, and debuts his new character “Kenneth.” Dan Van Kirk as always brings us some crazy stories that include; a Kentucky man who throws a firebomb that leads to a chain reaction of events, Florida brothers that take a fight over mac and cheese too far, and a Tempe resident who decides to take the law into his own hands. Plus, Bryant Gumbel gives us his thoughts on Soledad O’Brien joining HBO’s “Real Sports.” People of Denver, come see Randy & Jason perform stand-up this weekend (Thursday, June 27th – Saturday, June 29th) at the Comedy Works! Go to www.comedyworks.com for tickets!

  3. Pranks ensue within the hatch on this week’s Professor Blastoff! Kyle opens up by sharing a story about his bowels which inspires Aaron to open up as well by sharing a story of his own regarding heat exhaustion. Then they welcome fellow Blastronaut Anna B. to discuss living with a physical disability known as Quadrilateral Congenital Limb Deficiency. They’ll get into ways she feels it has empowered her as a person, stories from her youth, how often it becomes a thing where she has to tell people not to treat her exceptionally different, and quite possibly wins at What’s Nuts!

  4. Television’s most lovable serial killer, actor Michael C. Hall (Dexter, Six Feet Under), shares insights with Kevin in which even the most devout fans haven’t heard. Details include performing eight shows a week during his beginnings on Broadway, as wells as all the wonderful talent he got to work along side with on Dexter. He also sings the theme from his improv troop “Off the Cuff!”

  5. Recorded live at Largo in Los Angeles, Kristen Schaal joins Paul, June, & Jason to ask burning questions regarding duck boobies, how a duck’s penis works, and duck evolution in the world of Howard the Duck. Everything from Lea Thompson’s strange sexual relationship with Howard the Duck to the disturbing Jeffrey Jones electricity scene will be discussed. Oh yeah, there will be duck puns! Be sure to check out the screen grabs that were discussed in this episode on the Earwolf page!

  6. Comedy juggernaut Paul Feig returns to the podcast for the first time since 2011 on today’s Comedy Bang Bang! Paul shares his philosophy on improvising, discusses recording ADR jokes and talks about his latest feature THE HEAT, which opens in theaters nationwide this Friday. Victor Ramos, head of the Aspira after school program for inner city youth, stops by the show to promote his controversial curriculum. Victor explains how he deals with cyber-bullying and teen pregnancy before Scott poses quite the conundrum in a “squeaker” of a game of Would You Rather? Comedy Bang Bang returns with a special B-B-B-BONUS episode this Thursday.

  7. The absolutely hilarious Julian McCullough drops by to express the shame he felt after failing to catch a foul ball on today’s Sklarbro Country! We also hear about Julian’s experience being the side kick on the short lived talk show Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings, his great bit about Darryl Strawberry, why he quit his varsity short stop position in high school, the moment he realized that he could pursue stand-up comedy, and how he’s preparing to be a father. Plus, Richard Branson shares the word of the new world order from high above the sky. People of Denver, come see Randy & Jason perform stand-up Thursday, June 27th – Saturday, June 29th at the Comedy Works! Go to www.comedyworks.com for tickets!

  8. Ronna & Beverly are back from the UK to chat with the adorable & hilarious Josh Fadem! Josh talks about his tailor roots, his excitement for This Is The End, working on an upcoming horror comedy film, and hosting a comedy show out of one of the last remaining video stores that he works at. There’s also a ton of puns!

  9. Howie and BonnaKu are back for yet another TWO CHARTED! For the THIRD week in a row, gifts are unboxed live on air, Howard teases the release of his new Summah album and discusses the latest releases from Kanye West and Jay-Z. Howard counts down his memorable moments of the week, which included a killer set at Nerdmelt and a performance in a hipster’s front yard. As promised in WHOCH prime, Kulap clues us in on her top 5 Bonnaroo performances, which included the likes of Paul McCartney, Kendrick Lamar and Tom Petty.

  10. She's half of the awesome buddy travel show, Cooking Channel's "Tripping Out With Alie and Georgia" aka Elizabeth's most recent girl crushes having super food/drink fun around the country while looking adorable to boot. GEORGIA HARDSTARK dropped by and talked about vintage shopping, why Elizabeth's mom may have requested a honeymoon in Germany, and oh yes, she and Andy bonded over how weird it was being the only Jews in town! Enjoy!

  11. Todd Glass joins Jake on THE FOGELNEST FILES for what can only be described as the most fun thing you’ll ever listen to! They’ll take a look at Fred Rogers & Joan Rivers on The Tonight Show, James Gandolfini on Sesame Street, and have some fun with the WPVI Action News theme from Philadelphia. Also, next week Scott Aukerman & Christian Finnegan join Jake at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles for a special live episode of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Get tickets here.

  12. Improvisers Lennon Parham, Danielle Schneider, and Pamela Murphy bring the lady energy on this week’s improv4humans! They’ll deal with an obnoxious Arby’s customer, help support awkward loners, run into Lucifer in the woods, and ask themselves what exactly is a YouTube star. 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!

  13. Actor, writer, comedian, giant, Stephen Merchant (The Office, The Ricky Gervais Show) sits down with Kevin to discuss how his beginnings in stand up comedy led him to conquering nearly all aspects of entertainment. Merchant regales us with tales of his early relationship with Ricky Gervais, their in office antics, and his disgust for Velveeta once educated on what the product is.

  14. The radical Ryan Jarman of The Cribs joins Har Mar to nocturnally emote! Ryan & Har Mar chat about kidney stones, the Spinal Tap sequel, and bootleg merch. Ryan also tells us how he’s not cut out for dad stuff, going into the depths of Queen exhaustion, and some of his awful window selling jobs. Plus, Ryan & Har Mar discuss their love of Bret Michael’s Rock of Love, create a reality show that centers around small town battle of the bands, and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now.”

  15. The hunt for information on the skeletal crawlers continues as the gang figures out how to contact the Zyrax, the only species that holds that mystical knowledge. Zissou the Flutterer joins them as they fish for food to lure in the Zyrax when suddenly they hear a scream for help. It’s an episode that you won’t wanna miss complete with a chat about having babies and Brian googling blue waffles.

  16. The aptly named “Queens of Cocktail” and “Slumber Party” podcast hosts Alie Ward & Georgia Hardstark stop by the studio to count down the charts with Howard and post-Bonnaroo Kulap on this weeks WHO CHARTED! The pair share details on their new show on the Cooking channel, talk about party apprehension and break down Howard’s potentially pony hairstyle. Howard takes issue with the Billboard “Songs of the Summer” chart, Kulap shares some Bonnaroo wisdom and Alie & Georgia do what they do best and share some tasty concoctions as they rattle off the top music and movies of the week. After Howard and Kulap disagree on the merit of “The Great Gatsby” and Leo, we really get to know our guests in a revealing game of Chart Roulette. Enjoy, Chartists!

  17. Noah Garfinkel & Andrew Ti talk about people who hate on rap, let a caller know what kind of rap he should dive into it, and Noah explains why he doesn’t listen to music in general. Make sure to leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.

  18. The super fast and quick witted Doug Benson takes his spot controlling the steering wheel that is Sklarbro County! Doug gives us the low down on his recent food podcast “Dining With Doug and Karen,” tells us how he’s a good samaritan, and shares his problems with 3-D movies. Dan Van Kirk also brings us some insane stories that include; an Albuquerque man who crashes her car while driving drunk & having sex, Florida women arrested in a “bucket list” theft at Walmart, and a tale of misguided love full of nudity & tasing. Plus, Mark Wahlberg drops by to recommend Doug a category for the Leonard Maltin game, talk about his involvement with Tim Tebow, and explain why he’s trying to get to a Tom Hanks level.

  19. Matt Walsh, Paul Rust, and John Gemberling once again join Matt Besser as they take a look at the generalizations made in the “Stereotypes in Sitcoms” episode of Yo, Is This Racist? on this week’s bonus episode of improv4humans. Attention humans, be sure to pick up 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!

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  20. Vine all-stars Steve Agee, Marlo Meekins, and James Urbaniak join Jake for a special bonus-sode of THE FOGELNEST FILES all about the social media app Vine. Sit back and enjoy as they watch/discuss some of their favorite Vine users from the lemon obsessed Will Sasso to the prolific Adam Goldberg. You can check out all the Vines discussed in the episode over at http://thevinefiles.tumblr.com/ and don’t forget to tune into a LIVE streamed ep of THE FOGELNEST FILES with special guest TODD GLASS on Thursday, June 20th at 6pm PST/9pm EST over at youtube.com/Earwolf!