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  1. Where does Holiday in Handcuffs take place? What is Paul’s best movie of 2018? All this and more is covered on this week’s minisode! Paul goes through Corrections and Omissions for Holiday in Handcuffs, opens up the Mail Bag, and reveals which movie will be covered next week! Plus, the Movie Bitches review Princess Switch.

     

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  2. Danielle is joined by hilarious writer and undercover housewives reporter Nicole Shabtai who brings us an (old) boot on the hallowed ground of New Jersey. Plus she asks the biggest most important question of our time “why weren’t cameras at Todd Tucker’s Micheal Jordan bday party?!!!” They are also joined by empath to the stars Jamie Stein who goes deep on the dark soul of Vanderpump Rules and Casey’s birthday Cameos to Danielle finally arrive, each one more glorious and “cutting” than the next. 


  3. Amy & Paul saddle up for Clint Eastwood's revisionist 1992 Western Unforgiven! They ask if Gene Hackman is truly the villain of the piece, put the film in the context of Eastwood's career, and praise the script's comic touches. Plus: Screenwriter David Webb Peoples discusses Unforgiven's origins, and Saul Rubinek (W.W. Beauchamp) tells stories from the set that shed light on Eastwood's directing style.

    If you've never seen The Last Picture Show, what do you think it's about? Call the Unspooled voicemail line at 747-666-5824 with your answer! 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


  4. Uh oh! Jess and Zach are locked out of the studio this week while Every Place I Cry, the emo band with 4 lead singers including Neal Nocturne (Ross Bryant) and Moshe Black (Nick Mandernach), plus Aloysius Moody (Scott Passarella), And You Will Know Me By My Trail of Picks (Brett Morris) and Pain A'wiccans (Dana Wickens) record a doc of their latest studio session. With tear inducing tunes like "I Wanna Be Infotained", "Rattlesnake Dick", and "You're Rubbish! (Back Off!)" you won't be ashamed to release your true emotions after listening to this special ep.


  5. Ben Schwartz and Horatio Sanz join Scott to ring in the New Year and share what they want to achieve in 2019. Then, professional baseball player Johnny Salese stops by to share the story of the birth of Mr. Met. Later, storyteller Chris Grezlik stops by to play a game of Riddle Me This. Plus, the debut of a brand new Closing Up the Plugs Bag Theme Song!


  6. How well do you read Latin? Because if you’re not all that good at reading Latin or other dead languages, good news: you could have still had a job as an 1800s historian. Fun example: there’s a story claiming the Roman emperor Caligula was SO CRAZY, he sent a whole army to a beach to pick up seashells for him. However, the Latin word ‘musculi’ means both “shells” and “military huts”, so he likely actually told his troops to pack up their campsite. Which is normal. That’s a completely different kind of emperor, right? And here’s a fun thing: your pop cultural understanding of the Roman Empire is approximately that far off of the truth, in a lot of fascinating ways.

    On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by Siobhan Thompson (CollegeHumor, BBC America) and Patrick Wyman (Tides Of History, ‘Jeopardy!’) for a trip through the inaccurate lies you’ve been fed about the ancient Romans, and also the much more interesting true things you never knew about them. Get your head straight about everything from mighty gladiators to ancient fast food to the stunning economic benefits of living near a former Roman road.

    Footnotes: http://www.cracked.com/podcast/overrated-myths-and-underrated-facts-about-ancient-rome/


  7. Gilbert and Frank kick off 2019 by welcoming back the legendary Dick Cavett, who shares delightful anecdotes about Jack Benny, Stan Laurel, Truman Capote and Walter Winchell (among others) and looks back on memorable interviews with Orson Welles, John Lennon, Frank Capra, George Harrison and Laurence Olivier. Also, Peter Lorre fails an audition, Lily Tomlin storms off the stage, Bob Hope comes to Lincoln, Nebraska and Jack Paar sabotages "Fat Jack" Leonard. PLUS: Oskar Homolka! "Chuckles Bites the Dust"! The return of Richard Loo! Johnny Carson disses Jerry Lewis! And Dick introduces Groucho at Carnegie Hall!


  8. Due to some unfortunate real life stuff, we had to take one more week off without an episode but here’s a fun scene set in Arnie’s bedroom. And we’ll be back Jan 14 with new episodes.

    Credits:

    Arnie: Arnie Niekamp
    Chunt: Adal Rifai
    Usidore: Matt Young
    Craig: 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


  9. Paul F. Tompkins has some fun laughing and welcoming listeners back to Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s special return guest is hip-hop artist Open Mike Eagle! Then, they are joined by improvisers Ally Beardsley, Chris Grace, and Jacquis Neal, to improvise a story set In a Magician’s Apartment. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!


  10. In June 2017, a mother of 5 spent an hour talking to Chris while in a waiting room, about to hear life or death test results from her daughter’s oncologist. A year later, she tells Chris that all her daughter wants is for her and her family to keep living life, to know it’s okay to be happy and to fight to keep her message, Love Is Everywhere, alive. Find more Beautiful Follow-Ups plus all of the Beautiful Anonymous archives, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/stories and use promo code 'STORIES'.


  11. Paul, June, and Jason share what they remember about Jack Frost and their New Year Resolutions as they present this classic episode of How Did This Get Made? Dan Harmon joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the Michael Keaton classic Jack Frost in another LIVE episode recorded at Largo in Los Angeles! They talk about George Clooney’s connection to the movie, the snowman’s journey from bad dad to bad husband, the premise being identical to that of a horror movie, and the emotional roller coaster June was on while watching the movie. May you all have snow dads!


  12. (This is a rebroadcast from 2/28/2013. As the Put Your Hands Together team takes a break during the month of December, we invite you to enjoy this gem from our archives.)

    Peerless sets from Rory Scovel, Myq Kaplan, Beth Stelling, Greg Barris, Rhea Butcher, and Paul F. Tompkins as "Cake Boss." Cameo from Bruce McCulloch, and your host Cameron Esposito.

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  13. Lex speaks with ESPN'S Jody Avirgan, but he has a little help: He's joined by Harrison Goldberg and Brody Pontarelli from Grace Church High School. The three ask Jody about the process of turning popular documentary series 30 for 30 into an audio format. Lex and Jody also give Harrison and Brody pointers on launching their own sports podcast, With Further Review.


  14. This week Paul & Amy ride deep into Texas for The Searchers! They discuss the complicated legacy of John Wayne, place the film in the context of Western history, and look at The Searchers' influence on directors from Martin Scorsese to George Lucas. Plus: Joely Proudfit speaks to us about American Indian representation in film history, and The Searchers in particular.

    For Unforgiven week, who would you rather have in your posse - John Wayne or Clint Eastwood? Call the Unspooled voicemail line at 747-666-5824 with your answer. 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


  15. Actors and comedians Frances Callier and Angela V. Shelton (Frangela) join Andrew and Tawny to discuss representing being a person of color when they wrote their scenes at Second City Detroit, calling activities “so white,” if you should be nice people who mistake you for someone else, and much more. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.


  16. This week Mary Holland, Erin Whitehead and Stephanie Allynne from Wild Horses are in studio to play the classic 90's sleepover game Girl Talk! They will discover their futures while sharing embarrassing school stories and trying to avoid zit stickers. Plus: a Very Special Episode of Saved By The Bell that's even more special than usual!


  17. Producer, actor and comedian Sandy Hackett reminisces about his legendary dad Buddy Hackett, shares his memories of mob-run Las Vegas and looks back on personal experiences with Joey Bishop, Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra (to name a few). Also, Sandy guests on "Laugh-In," Bert Lahr pitches potato chips, Jimmy Durante "kicks the bucket" and Buddy and Hugh O'Brian fill in for Abbott and Costello. PLUS: Spike Jones! Spencer Tracy's last stand! Pat Morita bends the elbow! Albert Anastasia buys the farm! And Buddy and Jack Paar go to Tokyo!


  18. Paul F. Tompkins welcomes listeners on the eve of a New Year back to Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s special return guest is comedian Dave Holmes of Homophilia! Then, they are joined by improvisers Laci Mosley, Oscar Montoya, and Santina Muha, to improvise a story set at A New Year’s Day Brunch at a Hotel Restaurant. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!

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