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  1. Comedian extraordinaire Rhea Butcher joins Scott to talk about the writing process, top 3 things to get rid of from a daily routine, and touring with many fart jokes. Then, cool astronaut Devon Westinghouse drops by to talk about his upcoming trip to space. Plus, detective James P. Garity stops by to talk about a cold case he’s been investigating.


  2. This Week in Sports with Jacquis Neal continues to bring you the hardest hitting interviews with sports figures that you love. This week Jacquis talks with the big baller themselves, LaVar Ball (Carl Tart) & Tina Ball (Moni Oyedepo) and the success behind their growing sports dynasty. Later on they're joined by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones( Jake Sprague) o discuss the current state of the NFL. Later they're joined by special field reporter Aman Adumer for an update on regional championships."

    Host

    Jacquis Neal

    https://twitter.com/jacquisneal

    Guest:

    Carl Tart

    https://twitter.com/DammitCARL

    Moni Oyedepo

    https://twitter.com/momonilessprobs

    Jake Sprague

    https://twitter.com/jakesprague

    Aman Adumer

    https://ucbcomedy.com/user/57568


  3. The Hobbs & Shaw trailer dropped so it’s important that Paul and Jason break it down on this week’s minisode! Paul also opens up the Explanation Hope Line, goes through Corrections and Omissions for Little Italy, and opens up the Mail Bag. Plus, find out what movie is covered next week!

    Subscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: http://www.earwolf.com/show/unspooled/

    Check out our new website over at www.hdtgminfo.com!

    Check out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepubli…wdidthisgetmade

    Where to Find Jason, June & Paul:

    @PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter

    @Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on Twitter

    Jason is still not on Twitter


  4. Raised by liberals, after becoming a mom as a teenager, this caller’s politics shifted. Some would now call her a “Republican in name only” or a “compromising conservative,” but she disagrees. Her compelling life story is a jumping off point to search for a little common ground with Geth.


  5. A mothman flies into the tavern with a challenge for Usidore. Chunt sells some old stuff. Arnie has a striking memory from Earth.

    Credits:

    Arnie: Arnie Niekamp
    Chunt: Adal Rifai
    Usidore: Matt Young
    Hans Hoffman, Science Mothman: Hank Green
    Joe Jeff Finknore: Jeffrey Cranor
    Mysterious Man: Tim Sniffen
    Tricia: Kate James
    Tricia While Wearing Craig’s Hat: Ryan DiGiorgi

    Producers: Arnie Niekamp, Ryan DiGiorgi, Evan Jacover
    Editor: Tim Joyce
    Theme Music: Andy Poland
    Magic Tavern Logo: Allard Laban
    Audio Assistance: Jason Knox
    Production Assistance: Garrett Schultz


  6. Gilbert and Frank (aided by guest co-host Michael Weber) pay loving tribute to some of the artists and performers we lost in 2018, including John Mahoney, Barbara Harris, Tab Hunter, Margot Kidder and Bill Daily as well as former GGACP guests Ken Berry, Will Jordan, Charlotte Rae and Chuck McCann. Also in this episode: Laverne DeFazio makes good, Jerry Van Dyke breaks through, Burt Reynolds turns down 007 and Connie Sawyer opens for Sophie Tucker! PLUS: Marty Allen, war hero! The last surviving Munchkin! The magic of Ricky Jay! The villainy of Hal 9000! And Gilbert remembers his dear friend James Karen!


  7. “Social atomization” is a term that sounds like science fiction. It could be the title of a 1950s B-movie where a mad scientist vaporizes a dance party. But when sociologists use that term, “social atomization” is a complementary set of shifts you might have noticed lately: more loneliness, less societal trust, and an increasing feeling that nobody’s got your back. What does it mean if that’s happening to all of us? How can that happen without anybody intending it? And can that impact everything from your personal health to your national government?

    On this episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt sits down with Jason Pargin (who writes for the site as David Wong). They’ll explore why prior generations with rampant crime (!), Richard Nixon (!!), and the music of disco (!!!) feel better off and more cohesive than we do today. We’ll also take one step back and look at the awful reasons why some people are talking about this in the first place. And if we all stick together and trust each other, we might see a few ways out of this predicament.

    Footnotes: http://www.cracked.com/podcast/how-loneliness-epidemic-snuck-up-us-with-jason-pargin/


  8. Actor and improviser Matt Walsh (Veep, UCB) joins Scott and Traci Reardon to interpret the poster of Matt’s new film Under the Eiffel Tower and talk about Traci’s new documentary. Then, up-and-coming filmmaker Allen Woody stops by to talk about his directorial debut. Plus, everyone plays a game of Riddle Me This!


  9. In the spirit of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, the Florida-cast, hosted by Heather Alarcon Higginbotham and Anna Salinas, examines the many wonders and mysteries of the sunshine State. Harnessing all the power that their Central Florida AM station can afford, they feature cover a wide array of Floridian topics, with field pieces, in-studio interviews, and more.

    Socials:

    Anna Salinas

    @badcomixbyanna on Twitter and IG

    Heather Alarcon Higginbotham

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/higgasorous

    Twitter: www.twitter.com/hhiggz

    “John Baxter” social:

    Twitter - @johnbaxterjokes

    IG- @johnbaxter_comedy

    Guest:

    Edgar Momplaisir

    https://twitter.com/edgarmomplaisir


  10. Paul, June, and Jason are in-studio to discuss the 2018 romantic comedy Little Italy starring Emma Roberts and Hayden Christensen. They talk about the stereotypical Italian accents, the hair dye, the rain soccer game, the Luigi character, and everything else in this bonkers movie.

     

     

    Subscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: http://www.earwolf.com/show/unspooled/

    Check out our new website over at www.hdtgminfo.com!

    Check out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepubli…wdidthisgetmade

    Where to Find Jason, June & Paul:

    @PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter

    @Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on Twitter

    Jason is still not on Twitter


  11. Paul & Amy fly over 1975's countercultural touchstone One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest! They discuss how the film strays from Ken Kesey's novel, discover how Milos Forman caught actors in unguarded moments, and ask whether R.P. McMurphy or Nurse Ratched really had the right of their struggle. Plus: Matt Walsh (Veep, Under The Eiffel Tower) tells us about his time working in a psych ward.

     

    Next week we kick off our miniseries looking back at the films of 2018, with an episode focusing on blockbusters! Follow us on Twitter @Unspooled, get more info at unspooledpod.com, and don’t forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Photo by Kim Troxall.


  12. We learn about the half organic, half robotic Modron, Weewoo, visiting from another, more orderly plane of existence. Also, there’s magic and stuff.

    Credits:

    Arnie: Arnie Niekamp
    Chunt: Adal Rifai
    Usidore: Matt Young
    Weewoo the Modron: Chris Perkins
    Mysterious Man: Tim Sniffen

    Producers: Arnie Niekamp, Ryan DiGiorgi, Evan Jacover
    Editor: Garrett Schultz
    Theme Music: Andy Poland
    Magic Tavern Logo: Allard Laban
    Audio Assistance: Jason Knox
    Production Assistance: Garrett Schultz

    Special Thanks: Greg Tito, and Ryan Marth from Siren Sound 


  13. Gilbert and Frank (joined by guest co-host Michael Giacchino) chat with Oscar-winning special effects artist (and GGACP fan) Dennis Muren, who praises the artistry of stop-motion animation, looks back on the early days of Industrial Light & Magic and shares behind-the-scenes stories from the making of modern classics "E.T.,"  "Jurassic Park" and "The Empire Strikes Back." Also, Marlon Brando ages gracefully, Irwin Allen breaks up the Marx Brothers, Michael gets nostalgic for the "Temple of Doom" mine car sequence and Dennis remembers longtime friends Forrest Ackerman and Ray Harryhausen. PLUS: "Flesh Gordon"! The magic of Willis O'Brien! "Casablanca" in 3-D! Bob Burns recreates "The Exorcist"! And Dennis breaks down the transformation scene from "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”!


  14. We are fresh off the longest government shutdown in American history (with another around the corner, maybe!). We are also riding almost a decade of of sustained stock market growth, almost a decade of sustained job growth, and all kinds of other business-y news you heard about. And when those stories crossed your cable TV screen or Twitter feed, did you have any idea what they meant? And if so...c’mon, are you sure you’ve got all the context?

    On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt sits down with Kai Ryssdal, the host of ‘Marketplace’ and the world heavyweight champion of that exact economic context you need. They’ll dig into how just one missed federal worker paycheck (let alone two!) ripples through the global economy for a long time. They’ll examine ways you can better understand what a stock market swing or jobs number actually means. Also stick around for valuable heads-ups on which chairpersons, directors, and CEOs tend to be extremely important indicators of our economic future, even though most people pay them no attention.

    Footnotes: http://www.cracked.com/podcast/how-to-be-less-confused-about-economy-with-kai-ryssdal

    [TIMELY UPDATE: on Friday afternoon the U.S. government re-opened temporarily. Details here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/25/us/politics/trump-shutdown-deal.html [nytimes.com] We will describe the shutdown as a present-tense thing in this episode because, as we’ll say early on, we taped this episode right before the government re-opened. Also we taped with that possibility in mind, so all our facts about the shutdown are accurate and are long-term focused.]


  15. It’s the Carl Alarm! W-EAR The Wolf’s #1 morning drive-time show with your hosts Carl Tart  Latina Nina, Ronnie on the Radio, and Intern Patrick!  This may be their first week of syndication but they’re still spinning the hottest records, answering listener call-ins, hitting the streets with with everyone’s favorite “Carl Caught You” segment, and sitting down for an in-studio interview with RnB bad boy Johnny Tables.

    Sponsored by OnStar


  16. Humorist John Hodgman (Judge John Hodgman, Vacationland) joins Scott to talk about secret families, what he did to prepare for officiating a wedding, and his career as the character “Monica Geller” on Friends. Then, Alimony Tony stops by to sing some of his parody songs. Later, odds and ends man Rupert Sharp drops by to promote his home services.

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  17. Is Cellular part of the Final Destination extended universe? The answer to this and more on this week’s minisode! Paul opens up the Explanation Hope Line, goes through Corrections and Omissions for Cellular, and share’s his Pick of the Week. Plus, find out next week’s movie!

    Subscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: http://www.earwolf.com/show/unspooled/

    Check out our new website over at www.hdtgminfo.com!

    Check out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepubli…wdidthisgetmade

    Where to Find Jason, June & Paul:

    @PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter

    @Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on Twitter

    Jason is still not on Twitter


  18. Paul & Amy drive down to 1950's Hollywood house of horrors Sunset Boulevard! They ask if Joe Gillis is a reliable narrator, praise Gloria Swanson's transformative performance, and wonder if Hollywood really hasn't changed in 70 years. Plus: Alicia Malone (TCM host and author of "The Female Gaze") joins us to help place Sunset Boulevard in it's historical context.

     

    What's your favorite evil doctor (or other medical professional) in pop culture history? Before we discuss One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, call the Unspooled voicemail line at 747-666-5824! Follow us on Twitter @Unspooled, get more info at unspooledpod.com, and don’t forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts.

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