Sunday, July 27, 2014

Ep. 127 - Will Link & Sean David - Emmy for Best Podcast

What's considered a drama? What's considered a comedy? And what the hell is a miniseries? We don't know either. The best we can do is break down the major categories and nominees in this, our 2014 Emmy's spectacular. 

Check out this episode!

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Ep. 126 - Misha Fisher - Gorgeous Portrait of Hitler


Misha Fisher flirts his way through an all new episode. This performer and host of two storytelling shows explains to us what exactly he’s up to when he’s constantly messing with his phone. Speaking of phones, apparently it’s a crime now to sext? We review the current wave of Post-Apocalyptic fiction, and ask ourselves how we would fare in each of these scenarios. Will has a bone to pick with a specific Yankees fan. A group of nut jobs are trying to rehabilitate the swastika. When asked to comment, the Jews were still upset.

Check out this episode!

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Ep. 125 - Paula Dixon - Sadly Proud

Paula Dixon, photographer, turns her lens on Will and Sean. Eschewing photoshop and most forms of digital manipulation, she prefers to shoot with manual focus and shutter speeds. “Seinfeld” turns 25, we reminisce  on some of our favorite episodes and the show’s general lasting impact. Robin Thicke continues to creep us all out with his increasingly desperate attempts to win back his wife.  Competitive eating is getting a little too big for its britches, non moreso than its “star” Joey Chestnut. Say good bye to Bryan Williams, say hello to Kodomodrode!



Check out this episode!

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Ep. 124 - Susanna Lee - New Jack Shack


Susanna Lee, AKA Lucky Deluxe, gives us a private show. A comedian and Burlesque dancer has a web series called “Peeping Comics” where she interviews other comedians while performing a strip show. We interview her with our clothes on. When is a date a date? We don’t know, maybe you can help. We give Melissa McCarthy some unsolicited career advice - this should go well. Will has some tough words for KFC after they donated $30,000 towards medical bills for a maimed three year old girl. Keep the your cupcakes away from all bears. And yes, we are aware that things sound funky for the last 15 minutes of the episode - Ghosts in the Machine.

Check out this episode!