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  1. This week a talking flower named Flower will join Chunt, Usidore and I. She looks really sweet. I think we’ll be good friends.
  2. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Detroit, featuring Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins as Cake Boss, Lauren Lapkus as the world’s oldest child actor Dinky Little, and Mike Hanford as Olympic silver medalist Raymond Flopper. Here on Howl
  3. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Oakland featuring Scott Aukerman, Lauren Lapkus as Scott’s nephew Todd, Paul F. Tompkins as Len Wiseman and Tim Baltz as Skipp Dribbles. Here on Howl
  4. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Seattle featuring Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins as Gary Marshall, Lauren Lapkus as Carmela Pointe, Mike Hanford as owner of the Gummy Bright Candy Factory Peter Finn and Tim Baltz as EVP of Creativity at LinkedIn Tom Boreman. Here on Howl
  5. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Toronto featuring Scott Aukerman, Lauren Lapkus as Scott’s nephew Todd, Kristian Bruun from Orphan Black as himself, Paul F. Tompkins as Gary Marshall and Tim Baltz as Guille Le Biscuit. Here on Howl
  6. Wild Horses welcome Laraine Newman (SNL) to the show! They chat about motherhood, horror films (and why found-footage is awful) and what "improv people" wear. Then, we stop by high-jump practice, and learn why you should always read your daughter's diary. Here on Howl
  7. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Portland featuring Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins as Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lauren Lapkus as Pamela from Big Bear and Tim Baltz as Kyle Bennet. Here on Howl
  8. Shannon

    Episode 7 - Christmas and Cows

    Hi!! Thanks for posting!
  9. Please read the below message from our dear friend, Matt MaGourley... "Unfortunately there will be no Pistol Shrimps Radio this week. A family member of Mark's is very ill and even though I'm sure we could find a substitute for him, it just doesn't seem like the right time to make a bunch of dumb jokes. Mark is my original boogie and my thoughts are with him, Kristina, and their family. Hoping very much to be back next week. Thanks for listening, Matt"
  10. Just so everyone knows, we hit our first technical snag of the whole tour (not bad if I say so myself) but it does mean that show #2 from Portland will be later than usual and for that we are very very sorry. I will post the forum for the new ep as soon as it's up like always, or check the Howl twitter for updates!
  11. Is he the right guy for you? Are you tired of feuding with your neighbor? Don’t know how tell your parents you’re not spending the holidays with them? Calling all Earwolf listeners, here’s your chance to be on a new Howl show to receive advice from comedians you trust! Nothing is off limits. Call (302) 285-WOLF and ask your question you need advice for OR write to askearwolf@gmail.com.
  12. As the Anderlugians host the crew of the Fortitude to an evening of glogg and salty pudding, Lord Joseph Banks has to contend with an insubordinate trouble-maker who has ideas above his station. Featuring Jemaine Clement (Lord Joseph Banks), Lawrence Arabia (Solander) and Jonathan Brugh (Narrator). Introducing Nigel Collins (Salty Jules, Dr. Fincello, Greedy Pete), Stephen Templer (Illustrator), Tom Clarke (Young Nick), Gavin Rutherford (Nutty), Madeline McNamara (Edna Halley), Peter Daube (Captain Quaker), Mick Rose (Arthur C. Oldham Burroughs), Keagan Fransch (O'mara'ania), Rob Mokaraka (Gravy Guide), Jason Whyte (Wolfgang Von Kripp), Loren Taylor (Hjelke), Duncan Sarkies (Bjorn), Hannah Banks (Gru) and Miranda Manasiadis (Thorid). Here on Howl
  13. Shannon

    Chapter 8 - WWW.WTF

    Watson and Ken escape into the Dark Web where, as always, they make "new friends!" And Watson learns a critical secret about his secret! Cast Includes: “Weird Al” Yankovic (Watson), Ken Jennings (Ken), David Koechner (Store Proprietor), Steve Hibbert (Corporal Jarvis), Rick Sanchez, Tara Zuckerman (Additional Voices). Written by: Rob Kutner, Original theme song performed by: Steven Page Here on Howl
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    Chapter 7 - Manishedders

    Ken and Watson are held captive by the International Gay Jewish Lizard Conspiracy and interrogated brutally about topics far too graphic and nerdy to reprint here. Cast Includes: “Weird Al” Yankovic (Watson), Ken Jennings (Ken), Sharon Feingold (Pilot), Frank DeCaro (Gay Jewish Lizard). Written by: Rob Kutner, Original theme song performed by: Steven Page Here on Howl
  15. Part Two of the Three Part Spielberg-Aganza-Palooza continues with a discussion of 1981's Raiders of the Lost Ark. Martin Casella once again joins Matt to talk about his experience as Steven Spielberg's assistant on the film. Martin provides some wonderful insight on what went on behind the scenes including the origin of Marion's famous dress, Spielberg's must-see-TV habits, and what lead to the inception of E.T. Plus, Matt's companion from the Superego podcast, Jeremy Carter, joins him to talk about the iconic Indiana Jones jacket and his own personal quest to find the perfect fit in a new segment called 'I Was Wear Too.'
  16. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Chicago, featuring Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins as Captain Chesley Burnett “Sully” Sullenberger, Lauren Lapkus as Whitney Peeps and Mike Hanford as Calvin Redding. Here on Howl
  17. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Chicago, featuring Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins as Werner Herzog, Lauren Lapkus as Big Sue and Mike Hanford as John Lennon. Here on Howl
  18. Shannon

    Welcome, influx of new listeners!

    I have the power to sticky posts... What would you guys like? This post stickied? Or should I create a new thread called like, "Welcome to Hollywood Handbook" and you guys can do whatever the heck you want with that? Let me know.
  19. Bing! Actor extraordinaire Stephen Tobolowsky joins Matt to chat about his role as Ned Ryerson, the insurance salesman who pesters Bill Murray each and every morning in Groundhog Day. Stephen talks about shooting his famous scene in every weather condition imaginable, improvising with Bill Murray, Harold Ramis as a personal hero, and much more. Stephen also tells us about his experience on Deadwood, working with a spiritually-transformed Steven Seagal, and the worst squibbing of his life. Plus, Matt interviews a very special lady in his life in a new segment called I Was There Mew.
  20. The plan is for every single show to eventually have 100% ad-free archives. This makes it fair to all the premium subscribers. It might be hard to explain to someone who is completely new to Earwolf and Howl that, "This show is the only one has ads because the fans wanted to keep them" BUT we do know that the HH fans and Spont fans really really like the ads. So we are looking into a possible way to maybe toggle ad-free off if someone really really wanted to listen to the ad-full version. Maybe there's another solution we haven't thought of yet. We shall see once it's Handbook's turn to go ad free. But your request to keep funny ads has been heard!
  21. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Minneapolis featuring Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins as J.W. Stillwater, Lauren Lapkus as Pamela from Big Bear, and Mike Hanford as special effects artist Ian Bean. Here on Howl
  22. Once in a while a youthful unicorn saunters through the studio doors. Charlie Malta aka The Guice Mann is that unicorn. Charlie joins Deanna & Emily to talk about how he became the man behind the special Earwolf and Wolfpop shoes that can be seen in the studio, take us through a week in the life of his glorious red hair, and give advice to other young artists out there. Check out all of Charlie's extraordinary work over at www.guicemann.com!
  23. Live Comedy Bang! Bang! performance from Austin featuring Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins as ‘Smooth Criminal’ Al A. Peterson, Lauren Lapkus as Traci Rearden, and Mike Hanford as sound fx master Archie Butts. Here on Howl
  24. On this week’s episode, Richard chats with Andy St. Clair, a writer for the ABC sitcom Dr. Ken. Richard shares some work from an aspiring writer in the “Write-In” segment and he walks Andy through the Bunn Technique for Writers and Writing. Here on Howl
  25. Shannon

    Episode 62 - Oldboy

    This week Devin & Amy are nominating Park Chan-wook's classic South-Korean mystery thriller Oldboy for consideration into The Canon. Based on a manga, it follows Oh Dae-su, a man who is locked in a hotel room for 15 years without knowing the identity of his captor. When he is finally released, he decides to find the guy who did this to him and get revenge, but does not realize that his search for revenge is all part of his captor's very elaborate revenge plan. Listen as Devin shares his love for the film & Amy discusses why all the computer scenes should be skipped if this is your second viewing -- and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!
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