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  1. Shannon

    Episode 10 - Joel McHale

    On the Father Time season finale, Jamie and Joel McHale (The Soup, Community) talk about putting your kid through open heart surgery, seeing your parents naked, and growing up with dyslexia. Here on Howl
  2. Matt Besser questions what really happened during Jesus’ final days, and wonders whether more people eat marshmallows than chocolate on Easter. Later, he challenges his audience to tell him what skill they’d use to defeat Satan in a battle for their souls. Here on Howl
  3. Comedian and Literal King Of Podcasting Paul F. Tompkins shows us the best comedy the 70s had to offer, and then we bring in Bryan Fuller - the writer behind “Hannibal,” “Pushing Daisies,” “American Gods,” and the just-announced upcoming Star Trek series. Here on Howl
  4. Shannon

    Episode 16 - Blade Runner

    This week Devin & Amy debate whether Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner is worthy of the Canon or should be lost in time. Is this movie the foundational text for all modern fiction or just art design porn? Does it matter whether or not Harrison Ford is a replicant if his flirtation with Sean Young one of the worst onscreen romances in film history? And is the tears in the rain speech just nonsense? Tune in for the Philip K. Dick fight -- and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!
  5. America is in the midst of a chocolate revolution. Once it was all Hershey’s milk chocolate but now there’s lots of expensive bars with fancy wrapping and ingredients from far away. What happened? How did high-end chocolate become so popular? It’s about a dying man’s wish and $50 million of Hershey’s money. We’ll talk to the Mast brothers and get a tour of their chocolate making factory. We’ll also talk to John Scharfenberger, the man who invented the bean to bar movement in America, and Colin Gasko, the young upstart who is widely considered the best chocolatier in America. Here on Howl
  6. Shannon

    Episode 9 - Reid Scott

    Jamie is joined by his former MY BOYS cast-mate and current VEEP star Reid Scott on this week's Father Time. The guys talk about the experience of watching birth, belly buttons, and the dreaded arrival of morning sickness. Here on Howl
  7. This week on Father Time, Jamie is joined by none other than the Super Troopers themselves, Steve Lemme and Kevin Heffernan. The guys jump in to talk about having 2 kids vs 3, what to do when puberty hits, and ask the only girl in the room their female-centric questions. Here on Howl
  8. The smartest man in the world, Greg Proops joins Matt this week to discuss his role as Fode in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Greg shares how he was cast alongside Scott Capurro while performing stand-up in Edinburgh around 1997, what it was like meeting George Lucas for the first time while wearing a blue latex outfit & full character makeup, and his reaction when he found out he was turned into a completely CGI character. Plus, Matt brings up the rumor of Benicio Del Toro originally playing Darth Maul in another exciting installment of I Wasn’t There Too.
  9. Shannon

    HOWL Premium, HOWL Originals, HOWL.FM

    Hi Everyone! Just wanted to let you all know that the Howl Annual Plans have officially launched! The current introductory price is $35 per year! That shakes out to about $2.91 per month. So if you already know you'll want Howl for a year, it's a great discount and you won't have to worry about billing or auto-renew or any junk like that for 13 whole months (you get a free month just for starting the plan)! This annual plan will eventually increase in price, so if you think it's something you wanna do, go for it now and save some moneeey! (Please note: Any 'free month trial' coupon codes from Earwolf ads will not apply to these annual memberships, but they are still valid for the monthly plan.)
  10. Scott, Paul F. Tompkins and Lauren Lapkus look back at some of the favorite moments of the 2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Live Tour. PART THREEEEEE Here on Howl
  11. Comedy Bang! Bang! is back in Montreal, Canada for the Just For Laughs Festival with special guests, Lauren Lapkus (Pamela from Big Bear), Paul F. Tompkins (Big Chunky Bubbles), Nick Kroll and John Mulaney (Gil & George). Here on Howl
  12. Adidas shelltoes are one of the most iconic brands of sneakers ever made. But how did they get there? Thanks to an iconic Harlem drug dealer who was also a street ball legend and thanks to Run-DMC. We’ll talk to DMC, Russell Simmons, Jam-Master Jay’s older brother and more and you’ll hear all about the night at Madison Square Garden where Run-DMC single-handedly launched the revival of the Adidas brand. Here on Howl
  13. Shannon

    Episode 45 - Sunrise

    This week Devin and Amy discuss F.W. Murnau's 1927 silent film Sunrise. One of the last few silent pictures of the era, it's a big story about love, betrayal, and marriage. Can two people from the country fit in the city? Tune in as Devin & Amy debate whether the film indeed is a masterpiece worthy of the canon -- and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!
  14. Scott, Paul F. Tompkins and Lauren Lapkus look back at some of the favorite moments of the 2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Live Tour. Here on Howl
  15. The episode did have some kind of corruption a few minutes in, but we just replaced the file so re-download and it should be better now. So sorry!
  16. Shannon

    Episode 7 - Ralph Garman

    Today on Father Time, Jamie talks to his old friend Ralph Garman (KROQ, Hollywood Babble-On) about their rowdy past, keeping up with kids as an older parent, and dealing with unexpected tragedy. Here on Howl
  17. Why did everyone fall in love with Prince in 1984? Purple Rain was the #1 album and the #1 movie. Before that year Prince had never sold more than 2 million albums. In 1984 he sold 16 million. What made the difference? We’ll talk to a slew of his friends and bandmates—including his guitarist Dez Dickerson, his saxophonist Eric Leeds, his engineer Susan Rogers, and singer Susannah Melvoin, the first woman he got engaged to. She tells the story of how he proposed. Also, an amazing story about Prince, Elizabeth Taylor, and a courageous audio technician from Quincy, Massachusetts. Here on Howl
  18. Shannon

    CBB 2016 Tour Best of Part. 2

    Also this is the video that Lauren and Paul are talking about at the beginning lolololz
  19. lol thanks mwn!! I should have done this on Monday, so thanks a ton for picking up my slack also, don't barf! but I'm glad you're enjoying it
  20. I feel like I need to use this forum to bring attention to the fact that CRAZY EX GIRLFRIEND IS PERFECT TELEVISION AND IT'S ON NETFLIX NOW AND YOU NEED TO WATCH IT OKAY? No one told me that there was a hilarious musical on tv and I was so angry when I started watching that no one told me, like legit furious. So I've decided to become an evangelist for this show and to tell anyone who will listen to me about it. I promise you won't regret it. Okay thanks.
  21. Shannon

    HOWL Premium, HOWL Originals, HOWL.FM

    Hey Luke, you're not dumb. I promise. All you need to do is go into the NNF page in the Earwolf section of the app, and pull down to refresh. Maybe go out to the "all shows" page and pull to refresh there too for good measure. The app just needs to ping the API once to pull in all those new archives, and then they should stick around after that. Pull to refresh is the answer in a lot of cases, so just for future reference, always try that first! If you do have any issues with eps disappearing or anything please email support (address in my signature) so that I can get the team on it.
  22. Scott, Paul F. Tompkins and Lauren Lapkus look back at some of their favorite moments on the road and on stage during the Comedy Bang! Bang! 2016 Tour. Here on Howl
  23. So, what are everyone's favorite moments from the tour?
  24. Shannon

    Episode 6 - Joel Murray

    Actor Joel Murray (Mad Men, Shameless, Dharma & Greg) talks to Jamie about being the youngest of 9, raising 4 children in modern times, and divine intervention in the midst of an (almost) tragedy. Here on Howl