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  1. They can't wait to grow up, they got plans to blow up! Danielle and Casey are back together and they don't care, so what....Actually they do care, but mostly about Lala and Sheana Shay's orgasm acting class. They talk Stassi's mom, Marlo's luggage, Porsha's pickles and all the fabulous housewives trips past, present and future. Happy OOTD day everyone!!!!


  2. Mark McConville of Superego and Pistol Shrimps fame joins Zach and Jess for the first in-studio episode of 2019 and an all new Portuguese vacation musical packed with Candy Crush, pickpockets, cops and more! With songs like “A Little Less Screen Time”, "It's A Famous Place That We Have", and "It's Hard To Pick A Pocket", you'll be drinking coke, grenadine, lime, orange and vodka to celebrate after listening to this ep! 


  3. Paul F. Tompkins says hello and goodbye on this edition of Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s very special guest is Spontaneanation’s first and final guest, Busy Philipps of Busy Tonight! They chat about what Busy’s themed restaurant would be and why. Then, they are joined by improvisers Maria Blasucci, Craig Cackowski, Eugene Cordero, Shaun Diston, Amanda Lund, Tawny Newsome, Colleen Smith, Carl Tart, Little Janet Varney, and Jean Villepique, to improvise a story set in Charleston, South Carolina. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!


  4. Gilbert and Frank are joined by Emmy-winning writer and Tony-winning composer David Yazbek ("The Full Monty," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "The Band's Visit") for a funny and freewheeling conversation about the golden age of kiddie show hosts, the comedy albums of Spike Jones and Allan Sherman, the long-lost era of Top 40 radio and the trials (and triumphs) of composing music for the Broadway stage. Also, Jerry Lewis goes to therapy, Larry David whistles a happy tune, Gilbert remembers Kathleen Freeman and David weighs in on the "Baby, it's Cold Outside" controversy. PLUS: Umm Kulthum! "The Sammy Maudlin Show"! "Richard Kind Theater"! Moe Howard meets Officer Joe Bolton! And David critiques Gilbert's "musical" abilities!


  5. Arnie has to run a bachelor party and a badgelor party for Chunt.

     

    Credits:

    Arnie: Arnie Niekamp
    Chunt: Adal Rifai
    Usidore: Matt Young
    Talbot the Badger: Tugs the Badger
    Mysterious Man: Tim Sniffen
    Tricia: Kate James
    Craig: Ryan DiGiorgi

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


  6. You’ve probably heard jokes about lawyers before. Here’s a more advanced version, coming from future Chief Justice Of The U.S. Supreme Court John Roberts in April of 1983: “The generally accepted notion that the court can only hear roughly 150 cases each term gives the same sense of reassurance as the adjournment of the court in July, when we know the Constitution is safe for the summer.” We know, we know, it’s not exactly a kickass one-liner. But what if it is getting at something true about the U.S. Supreme Court’s overwhelming power? What if our whole Constitution can vanish because five out of nine Justices get a little too active? And what if Chief Justice Roberts is a perfect example of the inconsistent, insensitive, inscrutable jurists who’ve hamstrung American democracy for centuries...all without most people noticing?

     

    On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by Ian Millhiser, author of the book ‘Injustices: The Supreme Court's History of Comforting the Comfortable and Afflicting the Afflicted’. They’ll re-discover the forgotten SCOTUS decisions that endorsed everything from racism to sexism to wildly villainous child labor. They’ll explore the complicated make-up of today’s Court, with a view to how its faults could destroy it. And great news: they’ll celebrate the rare past SCOTUS that got a whole lot of things right, and look at how that golden era could happen all over again.

     

    Footnotes: http://www.cracked.com/podcast/why-terrible-u.s.-supreme-court-historical-norm


  7. Welcome to The Wokest hosted by the wokest person ever Edgar Momplaisir. The Wokest is a satirical space for everyone to share their voice, offer their opinion, and to be seen. Edgar invites guests to talk about topics that he has pre-selected that highlights issues that he cares about in hopes that this podcast will speak to everyone. This time around, Edgar is joined by Latinx actor/comedian Raiza Licea (Spanish Aqui Presents) to discuss the Top 10 Wokest People on Earth during “Wokeness Power Rankings,” highlight a group of people you didn’t know you were erasing during “Les Inviserables,” and talk about how Raiza is bringing Latinx people into an often white space with her comedy variety show “Spanish Aqui Presents.”

     

     

    Edgar Momplaisir Socials:

    https://twitter.com/edgarmomplaisir

    https://www.instagram.com/awfulgram

     

    Raiza Licea Socials:

    https://twitter.com/raizalicea

    https://www.instagram.com/rzastar


  8. Fan favorite Chelsea Peretti (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) joins Scott to talk about Batman, favorite snacks, and saying bye to Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Then, 80s new wave singer Martin Sheffield Lickly returns to perform some new personal music. Plus, sensitive predator alien Chitter Chitter Cluck Click stops by to talk about his organization for young predators.


  9. Ike Barinholtz (The Oath) and Erin Gibson (Throwing Shade) join Paul and Jason to discuss the 2004 thriller Cellular starring Kim Basinger, Chris Evans, and Jason Statham. They talk about William H. Macy’s amazing performance, Kim Basinger’s character naming her son Ricky Martin, and the makers of the movie not knowing how cellphones work. Plus, everyone has some fun with their new favorite character “Jason Statham Angeleno.”

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  10. Actor and comedian Sam Richardson (Detroiters, Veep) joins Scott to talk about his YouTube Premium series Champaign ILL, fake mustaches, and object work. Later, NBA Head Coach GanVundi stops by to address some of his behavior on and off the court and answer Seinfeld trivia. Plus, Scott’s mom’s friend Deb stops by to pick up Scott to go to Souplantation.


  11. Danielle Kramer, Senior Producer of Exactly Right Network joins Lex on The Wolf Den. The two discuss the network’s formation, and which aspects of My Favorite Murder its original shows hope to maintain. Danielle also discusses what led her to the podcasting, including time at NerdMelt and JASH. Plus, what exactly makes a good podcast translate to television? 


  12. Amy & Paul travel deep into the heart of 1971's Texan coming-of-age story The Last Picture Show! They ask who the film's true protagonist is, marvel at the murderer's row of incredible actors, and wonder if this was the key inspiration for the boom of sex comedies to follow. Plus: writer/director Peter Bogdanovich himself joins Amy to discuss The Last Picture Show, and what separates modern films from the classics.

     

    For Sunset Boulevard week, give us your best "I'm ready for my close-up, Mr/Ms. ___." Just 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. Photo credit: Kim Troxall


  13. This one involves a lot of eggs… oh, and Baron Ragoon.

    Credits:

    Arnie: Arnie Niekamp

    Chunt: Adal Rifai

    Usidore: Matt Young

    Baron Ragoon: Chris Rathjen

    Craig: Ryan DiGiorgi

    Producers: Arnie Niekamp, Ryan DiGiorgi, Evan Jacover

    Editor: Ryan DiGiorgi

    Theme Music: Andy Poland

    Magic Tavern Logo: Allard Laban

    Audio Assistance: Jason Knox

    Production Assistance: Garrett Schultz


  14. Oscar and Tony-winning actor Joel Grey drops by the studio to have a bit of fun at the co-hosts' expense, to share amusing anecdotes about Bob Fosse, Buck Henry, Larry Hagman and Lana Turner and to discuss his new Yiddish language version of "Fiddler on the Roof." Also, Rita Hayworth breaks hearts, Pat McCormick plays Grover Cleveland, Gilbert pulls out his George Jessel impression and Joel shares the stage with the late, great Eddie Cantor. PLUS: "Man on a Swing"! Loving Jack Gilford! (and James Garner)! Hal Prince saves the day! The genius of Will Jordan! And Joel remembers his dad, the legendary Mickey Katz!


  15. The name “science fiction” is a pretty good descriptor of the genre, if you want to think of it as two big buckets for a writer to fill. Bucket 1: science! Fun tech and gizmos to entertain and inspire. Bucket 2: fiction! Narrative and story and other engaging ideas that make us laugh, cry, and consider what it means to be human. It’s amazing that one genre can bring us all that. But have you ever noticed some sci-fi does an incredible job of the “fi” part -- and thanks to that brilliant “fi”, we let a lot of weird “sci” whoosh right past us?

    On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by Dan Hopper (Cracked) and Moujan Zolfaghari (Mission To Zyxx) for a trip down memory lane, into the future, where everybody WISHES they had tech half as great as WiFi. They’ll examine everything from ‘Minority Report’ to ‘Blade Runner’ to all generations of ‘Star Trek’, finding gizmo after gizmo that’s lower-tech than what we have in real life, and dig into why sci-fi stories where things are supposed to be more advanced than today ignore the actual ways technology advances.

    Footnotes: http://www.cracked.com/podcast/12-sci-fi-movie-technologies-that-went-stupidly-backwards/


  16. Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman of Comedy Central’s Corporate join Scott to chat about how they met, the twists and turns you can expect on the new season of their show, and concerts. Then, Willamina Wonka stops by to talk about her past marriages with the two William Wonka brothers. Later, Doreen Blachly, head curator of the Los Angeles Libraries drops by to correct all incorrect facts. Plus, a game of Would You Rather?


  17. Paul F. Tompkins pleases theme song rippers on this week’s Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s very special guest is Spontaneanation’s own Eban Schletter! Then, they are joined by improvisers Sarah Burns, Nyima Funk, and Victor Yerrid, to improvise a story set in The Jail Underneath Disneyland. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!

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