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  1. Tig Notaro can make an audience squeal with delight using the most subtle gesture. Tig tells us about the real life story behind one of the greatest jokes Jeff has ever heard, how the process of surrendering in life has made her a happier person, and being unable to move on from the perfectly strung together wording of an Onion article. It’s a hysterical conversation that almost made Jeff pass out from laughter.

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  2. The best tweeter in the business, Julieanne Smolinski, comes on and talks about being great at the Internet on today’s The Fogelnest Files! They discuss her growing up in Cleveland and wanting to be every person in “The Breakfast Club”, then Jake takes her through some epic clips including; the amazingness that was the Sports Illustrated Football Phone, New Wave legends “Sparks” on SNL, and punk band The Germs being VERY rude. Be sure to leave a review for “Behind The Candelabra” in the comments section of The Fogelnest Files on iTunes. And it better be a good one, because that movie was GREAT.


  3. This week’s improv4humans features humans Andy Daly, Brian Huskey, and Katie Dippold getting some clarification on the game of soccer, following the showbiz antics of 2 Minute Tony, and creating a more positive Twitter experience. It’s an episode that will make you think twice about yellow jackets! 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!


  4. Contemporary horror film director, producer, and writer, Eli Roth, (Cabin Fever, Hostel) sits down with Kevin to discuss how his love of the genre propelled him to success. Roth talks about turning a passion project into a Toronto Film Festival sensation, making tourists nightmares come true at the Goretorium, and reminisces with Samm about collecting Nazi scalps for Quentin Tarantino.


  5. Paul Feig, (Bridesmaids, Freaks and Geeks) dressed in his best Willy Wonka cosplay outfit, wraps with Kevin on his career in writing, directing, and producing film and television. Feig chats about turning his awkward high school years into a cult tv hit, the delight of working with brilliantly funny females, and just how much is too much when editing a food poisoning scene.


  6. One of the stars of NBC's cult favorite Community, Gillian Jacobs, sits down with Kevin to discuss her hunger for acting as a child flourishing into a thriving career. Learn of Jacob’s passion for Shakespeare, her long standing devotion to NPR, and what it’s like to be the go-to when Steve Carell is required to make out with a young lady on screen.


  7. Dressed in festive St. Patrick’s Day attire, director/producer/cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld (Men In Black, Get Shorty) sits down with Kevin to discuss a career behind the camera. Sonnenfeld chats about creating the summer blockbuster, assisting Tommy Lee Jones in the role of the straight man, and receiving an unsolicited apology from Gene Hackman on his performance.


  8. Once under the impression that they were handing out television pilots to comedians upon arrival to Los Angeles, actor/writer/director/producer Jon Favreau (Swingers, Iron Man, Elf) chats to Kevin about all aspects of the movie making process. Having worn many hats in the industry, Favreau gives insight on penning a cult classic, directing Robert Downey Jr. in the film that resurrected his career, compiling snappy soundtracks, and letting Will Ferrell just do his thing.


  9. Chicago energy is all up in the house as Parks and Rec’s own Jim O’Heir (Damnit Jerry!) stops by today’s Sklarbro County! Jim tells us about his impressive typing skills, being in the middle of a NCAA Miami fans takeover at Barney’s Beanery, and the thrill of playing villains. Dan Van Kirk also brings us crazy stories that involve; a man who slashes his brother with a sword he got from his weapons room, a Russian teacher who turns to Satanism after being rejected by a student, and a man who faked a knife attack to improve his chances to attract a date. Plus, Chicago legend Doug Buffone has some big news for us. Dammit Jerry!


  10. Spice up your life with a film that Paul watched on his birthday when it came out in

    . Paul apologizes to Romania as he reads some of the many Corrections & Omissions for In The Name of The King, makes himself more meme-able, and explains why he doesn’t pick on The Rock while answering some of YOUR questions. Check out Burning Love Season 2, grab yourself a copy of Paul’s comic book Aliens Vs. Parker, and keep submitting new logos for the show!

  11. Sean and Hayes ask listeners to help them with an upcoming Celebrity Date Auction as a gift for Hayes’ birthday, talk about Chuck & Wynona from The Amazing Race with a caller, and explain the spectacle that is Splash. Eventually, JAKE FOGELNEST drops by to talk about some dummy on Survivor, give us a sample of what Louie Anderson’s theme song on Splash should be, and recommend some great documentaries. This episode is dedicated to Brent Musburger.

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  12. Building The Track is back with a vengeance! Axmaster Brian Huskey and Jon Daly predicted and then made the next big indie rock hit called “Some People’s Other Friends.” Look for it at the next Coachella & Bonnaroo. M83 watch yr back!

     

    (Cyrus Ghahremani on engineering & keys and Brett Morris on bass)


  13. The delightful and hilarious Jenny Slate visits the calming shores to talk about the psychic who predicted her career, her obsession with Gloria Estefan, and the time she dropped an F bomb on SNL. They also cover their favorite writers, Vince Young’s spending habits, and how Larry Bird’s son finally mucked up his father’s good name. Tom Leykis then comes by to offset the lady energy. Listen and laugh and be sure to get your tickets for a special screening of “Breaking Away” with Randy & Jason as part of the 2nd Annual Wayne Federman International Film Festival on February 28th at Cinefamily in Los Angeles

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