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  1. Howard details his week of partying, Ramhand earns a new yet familiar nickname, and Kulap outlines her summer plans on today’s TWO CHARTED! Howard discusses his fascination with country superstars Florida Georgia Line, Paul F. Tompkins foul mouth and the comedy shenanigans that took place at his recent show at the Hollywood Improv. Kulap shares her excitement about the upcoming Bonnaroo Music Festival, San Diego Comic-Con and her planned visit back to her homeland (Minnesota). And guess what…THEY GOT SOME GIFTS!

  2. The absolutely fabulous Sarah Baker visits Ronna & Beverly to talk about her wonderful experience working on Go On, her continuos string of older character names, her comedic role in upcoming Reese Witherspoon film The Good Lie, and The Groundlings’ Sunday Company. Plus, Ronna and Beverly recall their exciting Memorial Day weekend.

  3. Terrific improviser, actor, and member of the sketch group “Naked Babies,” John Ross Bowie stops by the calming shores for some good ol’ fashioned Barbara Streisand talk. He also tells us how growing up in New York City makes you really know your neighbors, how his dad was basically Michael Scott, being moved by Hulk Hogan’s powerful stage presence during a WrestleMania he attended as a kid at Madison Square Garden, and what finally made him want to take the stage himself. Then, after an astounding round of Quick Hits, Michael Douglas makes his debut appearance to show off his love of sports.

  4. Documentary filmmaker Jeffrey Schwarz stops by to discuss his impressive career on today’s episode of The Fogelnest Files! Jeffrey is the director of several documentary features including, “Spine Tingler: The William Castle Story,” the HBO documentary, “Vito” about legendary gay activist, Vito Russo and the upcoming “I Am Divine,” a definitive documentary about the John Waters icon. Plus, a bonus phone conversation with Jeremy Newberger, co-director of the documentary “Évocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Story,” which is out June 7th in theaters and on VOD. Watch all the clips festured on today’s show at YouTube.com/thefogelnestfiles

  5. Half of the masters of gross-out comedy, the Farrelly brothers, Peter Farrelly (Dumb and Dumber, There’s Something About Mary) discusses his career in writing, producing, and directing these memorable comedies. Farrelly chats about casting Jim Carrey prior to the year that launched his stardom, how to get the texture of fake semen just right, and Bill Murray not taking any grief from a nine-year-old girl.

  6. It’s an episode of firsts as Todd Glass, Anthony King, Alex Fernie, and Ben Rodgers join Matt Besser for a special improv5humans! They’ll find themselves stranded in the middle of the ocean, explore the world of Civil War reenactors, and learn how to properly use social media. 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!

  7. Actor, comedian, and all around great guy Colin Hanks chats with Har Mar backstage from The Fitzgerald Theater in Minnesota on this week’s Nocturnal Emotions! Colin tells us about his recent entertaining haberdashery experience, the day he felt like he had take responsibility for what he tweets, surprising a hockey podcast by commenting on their harsh sound quality, and how he thought Degrassi was a British detective show. Then the guys explore the journey of a British sleuth who tames a moose while creating a show and play Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Bill Haley and His Comets’ “Rock Around the Clock.”

  8. It appears that Mildred had suffered some strange affliction in the night that left her with a wound on her chest with 8 tiny little needle marks. Now our heroes will investigate their skiff to look for anything out of the ordinary. Maybe this time they’ll know better than to call it night without setting a watch.

  9. TV’s Mary Lynn Rajskub takes a break from recording her own podcast to count down the charts and kick it with Ku-Ku (aka Spring Peach Oolong) and Wie-Wie on this week’s WHO CHARTED! She discusses the “structured” life of her four-year-old son, her success on the improv charts and clues us in on her short-lived dance career. After counting down the movie chart, Mary Lynn expertly coaxes eggs from Hermes, our trusty Chart Goose.

  10. Relax, take some deep breaths, and enjoy as the crew discuss everything involving stress. They’ll go over what they do to escape, feeling great after a good cry, career based stress, the varying levels of stress that could arise from taking care of children, and what is stressing everyone out. Now reward yourself with some chocolate!

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  11. The wonderfully delightful Joe Mande joins the guys in the front seat that is Sklarbro County! Joe tells us about his Twitter beef with Gilbert Arenas, getting out of a speeding ticket with the diarrhea excuse, the juggling act of writing for Parks and Recreation & doing stand-up, where his sport allegiances lie, and why lakes are disgusting. Then Dan Van Kirk brings us some crazy stories that include; a simple roommate’s request that leads to his car being defecated in, an Alabama model who fakes her own attack to get her ex-boyfriend’s attention, and something that could be considered the biggest goddammit of your life if it happened to you. Plus, Jesse “The Body” Ventura calls us up to give us his take on Donald Trump being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

  12. What have you done? We’re watching the sci-fi Will & Jaden Smith film directed by M. Night Shyamalan because you told us to and we suggest you don’t (unless you really want to). Also, Paul gets into some of the many Corrections & Omissions for Fast & Furious 6 and tells us whether the Fast and Furious crew or the Expendables would prevail in a battle against each other. Attention Austin Texas, join Paul, Martin Starr, and Brandon Johnson for a NTSF:SD:SUV:: Mini Marathon featuring a ton of special surprises on Friday, June 7th at the Alamo Drafthouse! Click here for tickets.

  13. Take a break from grabbing that tasty air and enjoy a fresh episode of Comedy Bing Bong! The iconic Garry Marshall is back with Gillian Jacobs to deal with some unfinished business that occurred since the last time they were on the show and we’re also joined by extreme adventure skier Ducky Powell who has a sweet message to share with us. It’s truly a gnarly episode you won’t want to miss!

  14. Get ready to be happy cause it’s TWO CHARTED! Ku-ku and Wie-wie talk music, Howard cedes that “Get Lucky” is a jam, and then they get into the charts. Howard does his “week that was” including a performance to send off YouTube comedy week, doing Stard the engineer a major solid and then rescinding, and going to a misguided pool party. Then Kulap keeps it Ku with her top 5 songs submitted by her buddy Kate. She talks about her range of feelings, plays the loveliest dance tracks, and hooks Howard up with her friends. Enjoy Chartists!

  15. Stand up comedian, author, and co-host of Walking the Room is in tha house! Greg Behrendt comes on and talks car salesmen, why the “why’s?” go deep in parenthood, how the vagina is worth exploring for women, and oh yeah, aspiring to stuff n shit. Enjoy!

  16. Remarkable improviser Chris Tallman swings by the calming shores to share tales of his Thailand hijinks on today’s Sklarbro Country! Chris tells us about his early beginnings with his sketch group The Bert Fershners, training at a gym with a very intense Denzel Washington, and the amazing experience of traveling to Thailand with Christian Bale as part of a Werner Herzog film. We then receive a call from Tiger Woods to hear his side of the Sergio Garcia controversy. People of Chicago, if you’re listening to this on the day this episode drops come see Randy & Jason perform stand-up tonight (Friday, May 31st) & tomorrow (Saturday, June 1st) at the UP Comedy Club!